Our Doctors

Dr. Benjamin Choy and Dr. Godwin Tang received their Medical Degree from the prestigious University of Toronto in 1994 and 1995 respectively. They are both Fellows of College of Family Physicians of Canada and the American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery. With an interest to help patients look their very best, they started their Aesthetic Medicine practice in 2005.


They have special interests in Laser Treatment for conditions such as pigmentation, acne, scarring, hair removal and skin tightening. Realizing that Aesthetic Medicine is a fast evolving field, Dr. Choy and Dr. Tang regularly attend annual laser conferences such as the American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery and the Harvard Medical School Department of Continuing Education to acquire the most up to date laser technologies and injection techniques.

Having performed thousands of injections, Dr. Choy and Dr. Tang are also two of the top injectors for treatment of wrinkles and folds in Canada. Dr. Choy and Dr. Tang are well known for bringing patients the best results with the optimal amount of injection material.


Dr. Choy and Dr. Tang believe the key ingredient of success for any laser treatment is paying utmost attention to patient's safety and having an honest open discussion with every single patient. Working closely with our caring medical aesthetic team, Dr. Choy and Dr. Tang strive to make your experience at SKIN MED a pleasant and enjoyable one!

Dr. Maxine Wong completed her medical degree in

Queen’s University of Belfast, United Kingdom in 1995. She went onto her internship and general internal medicine training, and obtained her MRCP certification in 1998. She finished her dermatology residency program in England in 2005 and then moved to Toronto. She completed a 2 years fellowship in Toronto Western Hospital and passed her Canadian board examination in Dermatology in 2008.


From 2008 to 2010, she was employed as a full-time staff dermatologist at Toronto Western Hospital. In addition, she was an assistant professor at University of Toronto and the co-director for the undergraduate dermatology program.

She completed her Master Teacher Program with the University of Toronto in 2009. She is now working in the community but continues to be affiliated with the University of Toronto and Toronto Western Hospital.


Dr. Wong has special interest in both cosmetic and surgical dermatology e.g. wrinkle management with neurotoxin/dermal filler injectables and removal of unwanted lesions such as moles. She believes that to enhance beauty, one should consider a multi-faceted approach. In order to help you achieve the best results, Dr. Wong can discuss various treatment modalities to suit your skin type and needs.