Dr. Dan Radin was featured in Freeds Image magazine.
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Dr. Radin discusses the trend for lip enhancements and his take on performing this procedure.
Dr. Radin discusses diagnostic challenges that may require more wide-ranging differential diagnoses and new therapies for 2015 that offer alternatives for clinicians.
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Skin Cancer on the Rise in Windsor-Essex
May 28, 2014 – CBCNews|Windsor
Dr. Dan Radin – Bye-Bye-Frown lines with Xeomin Cosmetic
November 10, 2014 Read More >
Dr. Dan Radin – No respect for deadly melanoma skin cancer
May 29, 2014 – The Windsor Star Read More >
Dr. Dan Radin answered questions on skin issues, acne, skin cancers, cosmetic dermatology. What roles do lasers and Botox, fillers play in helping you look younger.
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Dr. Dan Radin answered questions on all things skin related, and talked about the latest in cosmetic dermatology. Find out about Botox, cosmetic fillers, and the latest in lasers.
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Windsor Star (May 17, 2013)
Dr. Daniel Radin likes to be on the cutting edge of new cosmetic technologies, and that’s why he became the first dermatologist in southwestern Ontario to offer his patients Dysport last month. You might not have heard the name (it’s pronounced “diss-port,” by the way) but it’s expected to give Botox a run for the money in the fight against wrinkles. Read More
Windsor Star (March 16, 2013)
Are you tired of going through life with a unibrow? It might have looked sexy on artist Frida Kahlo, but most people would rather zap their “hairy” spots, and they want the process to be as quick and as pain-free as possible.
Meet the GentleMax Pro laser, the newest and most powerful hair removal system on the market.
Dr. Dan Radin has the only one in Canada right now — this baby doesn’t come cheap — and his patients couldn’t be happier. Read More about Laser Hair Removal
CTV Windsor: A Kingsville area mom is warning others after a beautiful Henna tattoo didn’t end up with a pretty outcome. Sacha Long reports. (March 2013)
Despite ubiquitous messages about melanoma and other types of skin cancer, some sun worshippers and frequent tanning salon visitors are just not taking the warnings seriously. But making them realize that too much sun can make them look older may just do the trick, the Canadian Dermatology Association hopes. Read More