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TORONTO, ON
2011 – 12


THE BOCHNER EYE INSTITUTE

DR. AGATHA BIS COSMETIC & FAMILY DENTISTRY

THE LAMB PAIN CLINIC

MADISON CLINIC

MIDTOWN DENTAL CENTRE

PROSTHODONTIC ASSOCIATES

TORONTO FACIAL PLASTIC SURGERY

THE TORONTO INSTITUTE OF AESTHETIC PLASTIC SURGERY

THE VEIN INSTITUTE OF TORONTO

YONGE EGLINTON DENTAL
Madison Clinic | Toronto, Ontario, Canada
MADISON CLINIC

21 Imperial Street
Toronto, ON M5P 1B9


T: 416.944.8296
vm@madisonclinic.com
www.madisonclinic.com
MADISON CLINIC



"Aesthetic medicine is a delicate combination of art and science."

          When it comes to helping people look their best, Dr. Vera Madison turns back the clock, one face at a time. Drawing on her extensive experience, her first-rate technical skills, and, most importantly, her keen artistic eye, she is at the forefront of non-invasive aesthetic medicine.
          "Before you entrust your face into someone's hands, make sure you're confident of their knowledge base and their artistic skills," says Dr. Madison with a smile. With that in mind, she uses her unique vision and deft touch to create extraordinary results that are often featured in print media and on national television programs such as ET Canada.
          Through the use of injectables, tighteners and lasers, Dr. Madison creates a customized solution that accentuates each patientís natural qualities. "Patients leave my office looking refreshed and revitalized, but not overdone," she explains. "Whether the procedure involves Botox or filler, it is not just a case of injecting problem areas. You must study each patientís face and determine what needs to be improved in order to achieve optimal results."
          By enhancing each patientís natural beauty, Dr. Madison helps to restore their pride, self-esteem and confidence. The true secret to her success, though, is her belief that cosmetic changes be subtle — so subtle that there is no evidence that anything has been done, other than the patient looking and feelings years younger. "Iíve always had an eye for assessing a face, and to ensure quality and consistency, I always do all of the procedures myself," she concludes. "After the procedure, it needs to be your own face — just 10 years younger!"


Pictured: Dr. Vera Madison