Dr. Jean-Philip Lacroix,
Dr. Jean-Philip Lacroix is a board-certified dermatologist of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada. He obtained is medical degree at McGill University, where he graduated in 2013 on the Dean’s honor’s list, that is at the top 10% of his promotion. He then pursued his specialty training in dermatology also at McGill University, where he was elected assistant chief resident, and chief resident of the academic program in 2015 and 2016, respectively.
Competent, empathetic and humane, we are proud to have Dr. Lacroix at Clinique des spécialistes Dix30 for more than 3 years now. His practice balances medical dermatology and esthetic dermatology, and has primary goal the satisfaction of his patients.
COSMETIC DERMATOLGY – LASER VBEAM TREATMENT
The VBEAM laser is the first line treatment of the following conditions:
- Redness of the face
- Dilated broken blood vessels (telangiectasia) on the face, nose and legs
- Stellar angioma, cherry angioma
For an appointment for the VBEAM laser with Dr. Lacroix, call 450-678-5258, extension 8539, or send an email to following email address: email@example.com
Note that a medical referral not required for the VBEAM laser.
For more information about the Laser Vbeam perfecta, you can visit the website:
MEDICAL DERMATOLOGY (RAMQ)
Until further notice, we will not accept new requests for consultation except for those patients that have been treated in the past at this clinic.
For those patients, a request for consultation issued by a GP must be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org or by fax at 450-672-4578
All services which are not medically necessary, which means are not involved in the prevention or the treatment of skin disease are not insured by the Régie de l’Assurance Maladie du Québec (RAMQ). These fees are not covered and must be paid by the patient. This includes the removal of benign lesions such as: age spots, skin tags, benign moles, etc.
Our dermatologists in medical dermatology include Dr. Jean-Philip Lacroix and Dr. Chantal Bolduc.