Dr. Michael Brandt

Let me help you reveal your true self.

Trends come and go but unique, timeless, natural, and healthy beauty never goes out of style. I specialize in enhancing and preserving each individual’s beauty through subtle but impactful procedures using the latest technology and expert artistry.

A Certified Specialist

Dr. Brandt is a Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons Certified Otolaryngologist – Head and Neck Surgeon with advanced sub-specialty fellowship training in Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery.  He is a Diplomate of the American Board of Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery and one of a handful of Board-Certified Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgeons in Canada. 

Dr. Brandt is an Assistant Professor in the Division of Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery, Department of Otolaryngology at the Temerty Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto.


Tired of looking tired?  Dr. Brandt can have you feeling rested and rejuvenated with minimal downtime.



You’ve tried the lotions and are looking for real results.  Dr. Brandt uses the latest in  surgical and non-surgical treatments to help you turn back the hands of time.  


Whether it’s a torn earlobe, a small lump, hair loss, or a complex facial skin cancer, Dr. Brandt is able to help you get back to being you with minimal scarring. 

Ready to take the next step?

Dr. Brandt is ready to help you safely realize your goals.  



Natural Results.

Look Better, Not Done.


Dr. Brandt's Philosophy

It takes a lot of courage to consider a cosmetic procedure.  

Dr. Brandt’s goal is to provide his patients with the best possible care.  Your trust is Dr. Brandt’s priority and he will always provide you with real advice.  He is pragmatic in his approach – ensuring he only offers quality treatments that you will benefit from.  If you are not a good candidate for a particular treatment, Dr. Brandt will tell you so.  Dr. Brandt has many national and international colleagues across a variety of specialities including Facial Plastic Surgery, Occuloplastic Surgery, Plastic Surgery, and Dermatology.  If Dr. Brandt doesn’t offer a particular treatment that he thinks you’ll benefit from, he’ll gladly direct you to a trusted colleague that he knows will take great care of you.

Dr. Michael Brandt

In the News

iHeartRadioViewpoints with Todd van der Heyden
August 14, 2019 - Dr. Michael Brandt speaks with Todd van der Heyden about "selfie dysmorphia".
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Global News: The Morning ShowWhy younger people are behind a spike in cosmetic surgery
July 29, 2019 - Dr. Michael Brandt speaks with Jennifer Valentyne about the spike in cosmetic surgery due to social media influence.
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Newstalk 1010Radio Clip: Effects of Sunscreen on Skin
May 15, 2019 - Dr. Michael Brandt is interviewed on Newstalk 1010 to discuss his work, family life, and a new study that suggests the body and blood could absorb sunscreen products.
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680NewsRadio Clip: Botox and Millennials
February 23, 2019 - Dr. Michael Brandt responds to new research showing an increasing number of millennials seeking out non-invasive treatments.
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Toronto StarShoppers-branded Botox clinics launch amid concerns of 'cookie-cutter' cosmetics
January 10, 2019 - "Shoppers Drug Mart takes its most aggressive step into the beauty business this weekend with its first stand-alone clinic to offer Botox injections, fillers, laser treatments and medical-grade peels."
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CTV NewsShoppers-branded Botox clinics launch in Oakville, Ont.
January 10, 2019 - "That’s what bothers Dr. Michael Brandt, a facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon in Toronto who wonders about quality and whether staff are able to adequately respond to medical emergencies."
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National PostShoppers-branded Botox clinics launch amid concerns of 'cookie-cutter' cosmetics
January 10, 2019 - "All medical procedures have indications, contra-indications, alternatives and limits as to what each of those procedures can provide and with each of these procedures you need to go through a very careful assessment of the patient and then make an accurate diagnosis. None of this is cookie-cutter."
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