Reliable Minor Cosmetic Procedures in Newmarket and the GTA
Extra eyelid skin and fat can make you look older or tired. “Droopy” eyelids can be fixed! Blepharoplasty is a surgery that removes extra skin and/or fat from the eyelids.
Spots on the face can be cancerous or non-cancerous. It is important to have a biopsy on any worrisome spots to be proactive in detecting skin cancer. OHIP covers the cost of having biopsies done for cancer.
Cosmetic mole removal.
This involves the removal of moles that are not cancerous in a way that minimizes scars. It can be done with little to no downtime. Procedure duration depends on the amount of moles being removed at the time. Since this is a cosmetic procedure when performed on benign moles, removal is not covered by OHIP.
Carpal tunnel treatment.
Carpal tunnel syndrome causes numbness and tingling in your fingertips. This can sometimes be worse at night time. Once you have tried wearing a splint, and your symptoms, persist it is time to consider surgery. After your GP refers you to get a nerve test, you will see Dr. Ayeni to discuss if surgery is needed in your case.
Male breast reduction.
Some men suffer from a condition known as gynecomastia, or enlarged male breasts. Even with weight loss, this condition may remain and require breast reduction to restore self-confidence and esteem. If you are a male and have extra breast tissue, you may need a combination of surgery and liposuction for your treatment. This may be fully or partially covered by OHIP.