With great excitement and anticipation, we announce that TH Medical Aesthetics and THMA Consulting will be relocating to a sparkling new warm-and-welcoming medical aesthetics clinic in Markham next month.
The official opening of Timeless Medical Aesthetics will have to wait until current pandemic restrictions are lifted, of course. We are hopeful that we will be rolling out the red carpet in mid-February.
The new clinic is nicely located within a medical building just 15 minutes from Thornhill. Here’s the address and map link: 5293 Hwy 7, Unit 207, in Markham,
We can’t wait for everyone to see it! It’s comfortable, spacious and bright with ample natural light in the treatment rooms for ideal, best-in-practice medical aesthetics.
Quality Patient Care Continues
The move, we understand, might be interpreted as an inconvenient change by some our patients at TH Medical Aesthetics. But while the address and our name will change, the same impeccable service and expert treatments that you received at THMA will most assuredly still be yours at Timeless Medical Aesthetics.
More good news: the entire THMA Team will be there, too.
Michele Cluff, Jeanine Harrison and Jacklyn Sudetic – all experienced nurse injectors with superb skills in neurotoxins, dermal fillers and laser treatments – will welcome patients to our new home. Stephanie Gibb will be back to greet everyone and I will focus primarily on specialty treatments like Bellafill, Radiesse, InstaLift and Plasma IQ.
“I know our patients are going to love our spacious new home. Timeless Medical Aesthetics is a continuation of the professional practice our patients know and have trusted for many years. Our patients’ best interests and outcomes are still a priority.” – Michele Cluff
At Timeless Medical Aesthetics, the look you desire comes with the care you deserve!
Bright Future in Training and Mentoring
We are equally jazzed about opening our new National Training Centre and Bridging Clinic for THMA Consulting in Markham.
With six fully-equipped treatment rooms and a spacious boardroom, Timeless Medical Aesthetics gives us the elbow room and comfort to do wide-scale training and mentoring.
In the Greater Toronto Area, this is where we’ll do the Foundation Courses 4A/4B: Practical and Hands-on Training to tie together the Virtual Training and complete our extensive education.
We will also do training at the Markham facility in Supplementary Courses, like PRP Treatment and Deoxycholic Acid Treatments, and in the specialized InstaLift and Plasma IQ training for Suneva clients.
As a Bridging Clinic for program participants, the professional setting at Timeless Medical Aesthetics will be perfect environments for those trained nurse injectors who want to practice their techniques and boost their skills while transitioning to a new career.
One-on-One Mentoring is a key component of our preceptorship program as we put a strong emphasis on working closely with THMA Consulting members to ensure safe and successful practices.
We hope to welcome program participants to our National Training Centre and Bridging Clinic later next month. In the meantime, we will continue to offer our Virtual Training in Foundation Courses 1-3 and Supplementary Courses in the Role and Responsibilities of the Medical Director/AOA and the new Medical Directives Development Course.
I am sad to say good-bye to the Yonge Street location. That’s where I landed seven years ago when I took that big leap into independent practice. I will look back fondly at the time spent there helping people look good and feel better about themselves.
But it’s time to move on and move up. I am so excited to be sharing this fresh start at Timeless Medical Aesthetics with our many wonderful patients, training clients and THMA friends.
See you there soon!
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