Referrals are accepted

Now accepting referrals for rapid access assessments and removal of  suspicious skin lesions!

Dermatology services 

Dr. Inna Fadyeyeva earned a Diploma of Practical Dermatology from Cardiff University, UK. She treats a variety of skin conditions such as acne, dermatitis, eczema, rosacea, psoriasis, vitiligo, warts, shingles, fungal infections, hair and nail problems.

Many dermatological conditions can be treated with medication and non-invasive therapy. However, some require surgical intervention (excision of lesions i.e. skin cancer, scars etc.) or other invasive treatments listed below.

Cryotherapy utilizes liquid nitrogen to freeze and destroy the affected skin cells.

Biopsies are carried out to diagnose and rule out certain skin conditions.

Preparation for GP Dermatology consults.

There are no restrictions as to what you can eat or drink the night before and on the day of your minor surgery. The procedure is done under local anesthesia; you will be able to drive home afterwards.

Skin Preparation: Please do not use hair spray, or moisturizer.

Child Care: Please do not bring children to the clinic the day of your surgical procedure.

During the Procedure:

60 – 90 minutes depending on the condition being treated. The procedure is done under local anesthesia; so you will be able to drive home after.

Skin tags/Skin Biopsy
Skin cyst
Mole removal
Benign skin naevi
Lipomas/Fatty tumors
Pre-cancerous and cancerous skin lesions
Laceration and Incision Repair of Skin & Soft Tissue
Joint injections
Trigger point injections
Basal Cell Carcinoma
Squamous cell Carcinoma

We are able to provide a high quality skin cancer evaluation using Advanced MoleCheck with the latest state-of-the-art technology called SIAscopy.

SIAscopy is a non-invasive skin screening procedure for moles and lesions. Physicians are able to evaluate accurately suspicious for cancer moles and lesions in a non-invasive, pain free way.

Skin cancer is the most common cancer in the world, more than 13 million cases are diagnosed annually. About 60,000 people die every year from skin cancer worldwide. Melanoma continues to rise at a faster rate than the 7 most common cancers, including prostate and breast cancer. More than three Canadians die from melanoma daily. But it doesn’t have to be this way. With prevention and early detection, the majority of potentially deadly skin cancers are preventable. Ask your physician about SIAscopy.

Once you decided to make an appointment for the Advanced MoleCheck, please, download, print and fill out a consent form here. Bring it for your appointment.

We also apply Class IV K-Laser therapy to treat keloid scars, inflammation and other skin condition.

Contact us to learn more about our services. You may need a referral from your Family Physician in order to receive a consult.

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