About Us

Our Practice

When you arrive at the office, typically the first contact is with Airdrie or Kristina. They will organize your cosmetic consultation appointments and follow-ups. At the time of the consultation, they will assist with the consultation and take care of scheduling any surgical procedures.

Kristina | Cosmetic Surgery Consultation | Victoria BC | Saanich BC
Kristina
Airdrie | Cosmetic Surgery Consultation | Victoria BC | Saanich BC
Airdrie
Amanda | Cosmetic Surgery Consultation | Victoria BC | Saanich BC
Amanda

Nursing

We offer Registered nursing support at our office as well as at the private surgical facility, Victoria Surgery . Mary, our registered nurse, will provide preoperative and postoperative information, answer questions, remove sutures, perform dressing changes and assist Dr. Taylor during preoperative and postoperative examinations.

For more extensive procedures such as abdominoplasty, brachioplasty (arm lift) and belt lipectomy (lower body lift), Mary along with the other postoperative care nurses at Victoria Surgery, will provide care in the recovery room and any necessary at home postoperative visits.


Facilities

The Oak Bay office is primarily used for initial cosmetic and reconstructive consultations and minor procedures such as cosmetic facial mole excision and scar revision.

Cosmetic Surgery | Plastic Surgery | Victoria BC | Saanich

Oak Bay Office

Procedures requiring general anesthetic such as liposuction, breast augmentation, and abdominoplasty take place at Victoria Surgery, a private plastic surgical center established in 1966.

 

Cosmetic Surgery | Plastic Surgery | Victoria BC | Saanich

Victoria Surgery

Patients with more complex medical needs may have their surgery at the Royal Jubilee Hospital.

Cosmetic Surgery | Plastic Surgery | Victoria BC | Saanich

Royal Jubilee Hospital


Referring MDs

For urgent on call type problems referring physicians should contact the on call plastic surgeon by phone and may utilize the following form.

For Skin lesions, skin cancers the following may be used: