Michael L. Kreidstein MD, MS, FRCSC
About the Practice
Do unto others as you would have done unto you.
Facial Cosmetic Surgery, Breast and Body Contour Surgery, Liposuction.
Background & Certification
Dr. Kreidstein is certified by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada in Plastic Surgery.
Michael Kreidstein, MD, MSc, FRCS(C) entered medical school at the University of Toronto on scholarship in 1983. He began specialist training in Plastic Surgery in 1988 and began private practice in Cosmetic and Reconstructive Plastic Surgery in 1995. In 2010 he was appointed by the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario (CPSO) to serve as a Physician and Premises Inspector of private surgical clinics for the Out of Hospital Premises Inspection Program. In 2011 he was appointed by the CPSO to serve as a Plastic Surgeon Peer Assessor. He is committed to excellence in Cosmetic and Reconstructive Plastic Surgery.
Affiliations & Memberships
The Scarborough Hospital
American and the Canadian Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery
$200; applied towards cost of surgery. Elective surgery available to Canadian Residents only.
Staff & Facilities
Private office facility, including over-night stay. Accredited by the CAAASF.
Morphing software used for rhinoplasty
"Ask a Question" Responses
I am a 20 years old guy living in Albania, who's planning to have nose surgery on December 23. About one month later I need to study hard for my...
Rhinoplasty can involve any of about 30 different steps depending on the nature of your problem and the preferences of your surgeon. Some will...
I had a tummy tuck 3 months ago. My belly was pretty flat for the first 6 weeks while I was wearing the compression garment. Once I stop wearing the...
Assuming you had fascial plication to correct diastasis rectus deformity (translation: your muscles were stitched together to flatten your belly), a...
My lower eyelid is drooping so much that you can see the red inside the lower lid and it waters all the time, due to a stopped up tear duct. My...
Is there a limit to the amount removed based upon the patient's size/weight/needs?