Dr. Monica Bertolo MD, FCFP, CCFP Practicing in Dermatology
Dr. Monica Bertolo is a family physician practicing in Dermatology . She Graduated with Distinction from the University of Toronto with an Honours Specialist Degree in Human Biology and later from the University of Western Ontario Medical School in 2002. She was awarded a Diploma in Practical Dermatology with Distinction and also comp
Dr. Monica Bertolo is a family physician practicing in Dermatology . She Graduated with Distinction from the University of Toronto with an Honours Specialist Degree in Human Biology and later from the University of Western Ontario Medical School in 2002. She was awarded a Diploma in Practical Dermatology with Distinction and also completed a clinical traineeship in dermatology. She then further completed a specialist clinical traineeship in psoriasis in 2015. Her passion involves Dermoscopy and its utility in the diagnosis and management of skin cancers and is an active member of the International Dermoscopy Society. Dr. Monica Bertolo has a Focused Practice Designation in Dermatology recognized by the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care and the Ontario Medical Association. She sits on the Board of Directors for the Primary Care Dermatology Society of Canada, is a member of the College of Family Physicians of Canada, the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario, the Canadian and Ontario Medical Associations, the International Dermoscopy Society and is a past adjunct Clinical Professor at Queen’s University. She is actively involved in the education of medical students, residents and local physicians and is an Adjunct Clinical Professor at McMaster University. Dr. Bertolo has been awarded the fellowship designation with the College of Family Physicians of Canada for her outstanding contribution to her community, colleagues, and the discipline of family medicine. She is also the recipient of the 2020 Reader’s Choice Award for her practice in Medicine.
Dr. Monica Bertolo is a medical physician and specializes in skin cancer medicine. Dermoscopy is a regular part of her practice and is a tool used to detect early melanomas and other skin cancers.
Dr. Bertolo practices in all areas of medical dermatology including acne, psoriasis, skin cancer and skin screening.
Dr. Bertolo performs regular medical procedures such as mole removal, cancer removal, scar treatments and cosmetic procedures.
Performing regular skin checks on yourself is an easy way for you to detect early skin cancers. Try looking once per month to get a sense of what your skin is doing. Broad spectrum sunscreen SPF 30 or higher is what Health Canada Recommends.
Avoid the sun in peak hours (11-3), wear a hat and put on sunscreen. There are different sunscreens and some do not have any chemicals. Roughly a shot glass is needed to cover the average body. Reapply every 80 minutes or after swimming or sweating.
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