If you’re looking for a Botox® clinic that’s conveniently located on the south side of Edmonton, Dr. Jarret Morrow, B.Sc. M.D. CCFP is currently providing cosmetic dermatology services at the Serence Radiance Rutherford Laser Centre.
Dr. Jarret Morrow B.Sc. M.D. CCFP is a physician currently working in full-time family practice at the Rutherford Medical clinic in South Edmonton. He completed his M.D. and residency training in Family Medicine at the University of Alberta where he is also an Assistant Clinical Professor. Dr. Morrow is a published author and researcher as well as a member of Mensa Canada® and American Mensa®.
Dr. Morrow offers non-surgical cosmetic procedures at his clinic including injectable neuromodulators and hyaluronic acid fillers. He has obtained advanced certification in the use of Botox® and dermal fillers with several physicians at the forefront of cosmetic dermatology. Dr. Morrow is certified to practice family medicine and holds a special interest in cosmetic dermatology. His philosophical approach is to provide consumers with a natural yet youthful appearance.
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