July 2014

Introducing THE ACNE CLINIC

Posted on July 25, 2014 in Community

GOT #ACNE? SEE DR.E!

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We are thrilled to announce the opening of our third location, THE Acne Clinic, dedicated to the management and treatment of Acne.

“THE Acne Clinic offers a variety of acne treatments, including the LumiCleanse technology, which is exclusive to THE Acne clinic in Western Canada. They believe in a multi-step approach, customizing treatment plans to the individual.”

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Meet Kathleen: Ultherapy Before & After Story

Posted on April 25, 2014 in Community

Kathleen, 41, Actress and Homemaker

Motive for getting Ultherapy: Wanting to keep her skin looking healthy after recovering from skin cancer; maintaining a natural look for acting roles.

Issue: Looking tired all of the time.

Ultherapy on The View!

Posted on January 5, 2014 in Beauty, News, The Aging Face

Dermatologist Dr. Doris Day, tells the ladies of The View about Ultherapy – the only non-invasive procedure available
to actually lift skin on the face, neck and chest the chin.

To learn more about Ultherapy, or to schedule a consultation here at our practice please contact us today.

Awarded Best Facial Rejuvenation Clinic on the North Shore!

Posted on September 25, 2013 in Community

We would like to say a big THANK YOU voting and awarding us the “BEST FACIAL REJUVENATION CLINIC ” on the North Shore!

We take great pride in offering you cutting edge technologies and procedures to make you look and feel the best!

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Well Done, Dr. Shehla!

Posted on June 6, 2010 in Community

ShehlaDr. Shehla Ebrahim thanks her clients for their support at Mount Everest’s base camp (17,300 feet above sea level) in April. Dr. Ebrahim donated partial proceeds from Afterglow over the last 18 months to the Central Asia Institute.

She’s back! Congrats go to Dr. Ebrahim for climbing past Base Camp (to 18,500 ft.) and for helping to save a life en route. In our previous post, we told how Dr. Ebrahim planned on climbing to Base Camp, and donating part of the profits from Afterglow to Greg Mortensen’s Central Asia Institute.  Not only would the donation support schools for poverty-stricken girls in Pakistan, “It would also be a nice way to say thanks to Afterglow clients—the men and women who have made my business successful and my climb possible,” says Dr. Ebrahim.

“It was so hard to breathe,” she continues. “Every step required a monumental effort but I felt  incredible power and determination, which enabled me to press on.  Afterglow has a mandate for social responsibility and I do believe in giving back. In North America, we are so blessed and it is a good thing to be able to provide for others who may not be similarly blessed.”

The Everest mission is Dr. Ebrahim’s third major humanitarian journey. In 2002, she travelled to Tibet with a group of physicians to provide free medical care to the nomads that inhabit the eastern reaches of that country.  In 2006, she climbed Kilimajaro and helped raise $50,000 for Children’s Hospital.
And what about the life she helped save on her latest mission?
“At 14,000 feet above sea level, a woman staggered into our camp. She was short of breath and her sherpa guide planned to take her down 1,000 feet however, she appeared to have high altitude cerebral edema,” Dr. Ebrahim explains. When a person has this condition, he or she must be taken down to a low altitude immediately or death will quickly follow, but it was already 7 p.m. and unlikely that the sherpa could get the woman down far enough before nightfall.  Fortunately, Dr. Ebrahim’s team was carrying a gamow bag—a pressurized cylinder that simulates an altitude close to 4,000 ft. below where it is used. With careful monitoring, the woman survived the night and was flown out by helicopter. She survived thanks to Dr. Ebrahim’s diagnosis and quick action.
“I felt like I was meant to be there at that time,” says Dr. Ebrahim, adding that the whole experience has galvanized her desire to perform more humanitarian work in the years to come.

Dr. Ebrahim’s journey was also covered in a detailed news story in the North Shore News, which you can read here.

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