DR. PARI OZA
DIRECTOR OF MEDICAL AESTHETICS
Dr. Oza believes that one never stops learning and as such regularly attends training events and seminars. She has had the privilege to one of few General Practitioners to attend Galderma’s annual National Aesthetic Injection Network(GAIN) meeting where top injectors network and further refine their skills in advanced aesthetic technique.
Believing in the value of collaboration, Dr. Oza is the Director for a several Advanced Skills Registered Nurses(RN). She prides herself with working with some of the best RNs in the business, including two whom themselves are InjectablesTrainers and one who is a pioneer in Aesthetic Medicine and has been injecting for almost 3 decades!
Dr. Oza holds the rank of Lecturer with the Department of Family and Community Medicine at the University of Toronto and regularly trains medical students and Family Medicine residents. She has hospital privileges at Trillium Health Partners and is also a Medical Consultant for Optimal Retirement Solutions where she oversees the care of patients in one of their Retirement Residences.
Always having an interest in Rejuvenation and Aesthetic Medicine, Dr. Oza completed Dr. Martin’s Rejuvenation Centre course in 2016 and holds a certificate of training in Injectables (neuromodulators such as Botox and hyluronic acid fillers such as Juvaderm and Restalyne ), Lasers(scar and spot removal, skin revitalization, contouring and tightening), and Sclerotherapy (treatment of varicose and spider veins).Dr. Oza completed her medical training at the University of Toronto and her post-graduate training in Family Medicine at Toronto East General Hospital.
She has been working in primary care for nearly 10 years, 9 of which she has been at her current office in South Etobicoke where she cares for close to 2000 patients.
Other pursuits in aesthetics include working as a Medical Consultant for Galderma Medical Solutions, an Aesthetic Medicine industry leader. In this role she has served as a Medical Director for training events and taught Peer to Peer Injectable Workshops for other doctors, nurse practitioners and nurses.
Dr. Oza completed her medical training at the University of Toronto and her post-graduate training in Family Medicine at Toronto East General Hospital. She has been working in primary care for over a decade at her current office in South Etobicoke where she cares for close to 1500 patients.