Aesthetic Injectables

Aesthetic Injectables

Avanti Le Spa offers aesthetic injectable treatments for facial rejuvenation. With millions of clients treated, aesthetic injectables are now the leading medical treatment for facial rejuvenation.


Treatments by physician specialists

At Victoria Park Medispa, we believe that all injectable treatments should be administered or supervised by general practitioners and physician specialists – board-certified plastic surgeons, oculoplastic surgeons, dermatologists, as well as the nurses who work under the direction of their medical directors.

Our physicians are not only specialists, they are trainers of other physicians in Canada and around the world on the application of aesthetic injectables for a natural and rejuvenating result.


All our solutions at Victoria Park Medispa are non-surgical, including aesthetic injectable treatments now known as the non-surgical nose job and lip augmentation. However, where appropriate our plastic surgeons can offer surgical solutions.

A wide selection of optimal solutions

Like a painter who selects from a pallet of artistic materials and colours, our physician specialists use a wide selection of leading products to ensure you get the best possible result. Aesthetic injectable treatments include wrinkle relaxers like Botox, Dysport, and Xeomin, dermal fillers like Juvederm, Restylane, Belotero, and Radiesse, and fat reduction injectables like Belkyra. They will also provide the option of the right laser treatment where appropriate.

Schedule your physician consultation

Your experience begins with a consultation with one of our physician specialists or highly skilled nurses. We perform a complete review of your age, facial structure, skin type and the improvements you would like to see. We then walk you through the various options that could have the greatest benefit for you, review before and after photos, and develop a treatment program together.

For a consultation with a Victoria Park Medispa physician, the range is between $125 and $360 depending on the type of consult. A consultation for an injectable treatment with a nurse injector is free, however, if a prescription is written by a physician to proceed with a treatment, a $55 charge will apply.