The Guenther Dermatology Research Centre
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Our centre provides general and advanced state-of-the-art dermatologic (skin) care, including diagnosis and treatment.

Services provided by our centre include those whose cost is covered by OHIP and other provincial health care plans and private health insurance plans as well as cosmetic services which are not covered by public or private insurance plans.

Some treatments may be available free of cost through a funded research study.


Our office is active in clinical research and the testing of new treatments and medications. Current areas of research include facial-á and body psoriasis. Please speak to a study coordinator to obtain more information about ongoing and planned studies.


Ultraviolet B (UVB), Ultraviolet A (UVA) and PUVA therapy are offered and covered by OHIP for treatment of psoriasis, dermatitis, vitiligo and other less common skin conditions.


Removal of benign moles, skin tags and other lesions. The method of removal depends on the appearance of the individual lesions.

Removal of liver and age spots. This is usually done with application of a liquid (liquid nitrogen) to allow a more even and natural pigmentation.

Removal of milia and blackheads.

Chemical Peels. A treatment solution is applied to the skin, sloughing off the outer layers, allowing new outer surface to redevelop.

Glycolic acid Peels are superficial “freshening” peels which improve the skin texture,-á-á-á sallowness, mottled pigmentation, fine lines and acne.

Trichloracetic acid peels are deeper peels which also help reduce mild scarring and wrinkles.

Botox Cosmetic™ is a naturally occurring protein which is injected into the skin to weaken muscles and soften the overlying wrinkles.

Botox™ for hyperhidrosis provides prolonged control of excessive sweating of the armpits, palms and feet.

Soft tissue fillers are substances injected into the skin to fill in lines, improve scars and plump up lips. A number of different products including hyaluronic acid and Artecoll-« are used.

Sclerotherapy for Leg Spider Veins. A sclerosing solution is injected into the affected veins to reduce their visibility.


For your convenience, we offer sunscreen and other skin care products for purchase. Please speak to a receptionist or a nurse if you are interested in any of these products.

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