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About / Visage Clinic

Welcome to Our Yorkville, Toronto Plastic Surgery Office

Combine impeccable customer service equal to what you expect at the Ritz-Carlton with a reserved, classical aesthetic design and a peaceful, calming environment, and you can imagine your experience at our boutique plastic surgery practice in Toronto.

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Our Yorkville Location

Marble floors and the use of walnut, olive wood, birdseye maple, oak, rosewood and Macassar ebony woods reflects Dr. Marc DuPéré’s attention to detail. Slabs of white and honey onyx and Italian Venetian hand-blown crystal light fixtures personally selected by Dr. DuPéré on a trip to Milan add to the luxurious feel of our clinic. Guests entering our Medical Spa, a space dedicated to beauty and wellness, are greeted by a living plant wall.

Hands-on Attention to Detail

With a natural affinity for design and beauty, Dr. DuPéré could easily have excelled as an architect. In fact, he listed architecture as his second choice behind medicine when applying to university. “To this day, I continue to subscribe to architecture and design magazines and love ‘warm modern’ accents influenced by classical touches,” says Dr. DuPéré.

Our building was developed by Sam Mizrahi, who specializes in luxury living and is currently building The One, an 85-storey complex at the corner of Bloor and Yonge streets. Focused on providing only the best service and experience, Dr. DuPéré has created a 5,000-square-foot office and fully accredited surgical overnight recovery center, along with a 2,000 square-foot, state-of-the-art Medical Spa, Skin Lab & Wellness Center, that appeals to the most discerning women and men in the Toronto area.

Your Experience

Our patients know from the moment they enter Visage Clinic’s downtown Toronto plastic surgery office in the chic Yorkville neighbourhood that they can expect an unparalleled experience designed to meet their individual needs. VISAGE has won the BEST plastic surgery clinic awards in Toronto for 7 years in a row. From the clinic’s comfortable “flow” and the wafting of our custom scent to a playlist evoking vocal legends such as Edith Piaf, Billie Holliday, and Tom Jobim, Visage’s sophisticated ambiance underscores our unmatched customer service. That includes offering patients filtered water, espresso, cappuccino, chocolates, and exotic teas, all served on Hermès and Christofle trays. A French-style maid dedicates her time to ensuring our patients’ comfort. Other amenities included heated floors for our examining and overnight rooms and Netflix for our hair restoration and overnight patients.

Beyond those amenities, Visage creates a stress-free experience by offering valet parking, full-time concierge services, our own elevator, and discreet entrances and exits to the clinic to maximize privacy. We have a fully accredited surgical centre and accredited overnight accommodations with Yves Delorme linens and staffed by 2 nurses.


Visage is the Beauty Embassy in Toronto. Visage translates into French as “face,” and our clinic represents the “visage de la beauté.” Blending Italian design with French and Brazilian influences creates a unique and stunning experience in Toronto. The clinic features original works by Brazilian-German artist Harding Meyer, who specializes in painting faces, echoing the Visage theme.

Our Flagship Location

Visage Clinic is on Hazelton Avenue, where Hazelton Avenue meets Davenport Road. The closest major intersection is Avenue Road and Davenport Road. Eataly recently opened its first Canadian location on Bloor Street in the nearby Manulife Centre shopping complex, and we are just north of Pusateri, the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM), and Whole Foods. We are also just steps away from the Four Seasons, Park Hyatt, Windsor Arms, the InterContinental, and Hazelton hotels. Our office has its own entrance, with our logo and sign displayed by the door.

Your Hotel Stay

Visage Clinic has ongoing relationships with several hotels in Toronto who have agreed to offer corporate rates to our patients. If you are looking for accommodations, please speak with us prior to booking, and we will give you a list of participating hotels.

Directions From Other Areas of Ontario

  • BY CAR

    Please note: Hazelton Avenue is a 1-way street running south to north. If you are being dropped off, the easiest way is to have your driver take you to the southeast corner of Davenport Road and Hazelton Avenue.

    Via Southbound Don Valley Parkway (from East York and areas northeast of downtown)

    • Take the Bloor Street/Bayview Avenue exit.
    • Stay in left lane to take Bloor Street.
    • Turn right onto Bay Street (northbound).
    • Take either the second left (Yorkville Street) or third left (Scollard Street).
    • Turn right onto Hazelton Avenue and continue to 133 Hazelton Avenue, on the southeast corner of Davenport Road and Hazelton Avenue.


    From Western Ontario via the 401 (Ontario 401 Express)

    • Take the Avenue Road exit (southbound).
    • Turn left (east) onto Davenport Road.
    • Come to the corner of Davenport Road and Hazelton Avenue. Visage Clinic is the first door of the multi-story building on Hazelton.


    From Queen Elizabeth Way/Lakeshore

    • Take the Gardiner Expressway.
    • Take the Bay Street exit and turn left (northbound).
    • Go past Bloor Street.
    • Take either the second left (Yorkville Street) or third left (Scollard Street).
    • Turn right onto Hazelton Avenue and continue to 133 Hazelton Avenue, on the southeast corner of Davenport Road and Hazelton Avenue.



    Bay Station (Green line) is the closest station to our clinic. From there, it is a 10-minute walk to the clinic. Go north on Bellair Street and then left (west) on Yorkville Avenue until you reach Hazelton Avenue. Then head right (north) until you reach 133 Hazelton Avenue, just before Hazelton meets Davenport Road. Our office is at the southeast corner of Hazelton and Davenport.

    St. George Station (Yellow line) is the second closest to our clinic. It’s about a 15 to 20-minute walk. Walk north to Prince Arthur Avenue and turn right. At Avenue Road, turn left and head north to Webster Street. Turn right to Hazelton and then left (north) to 133 Hazelton Avenue, near the corner of Davenport and Hazelton.

    Bloor-Yonge Station (Green and Yellow lines) is the third closest station, also about a 20-minute walk to our clinic. Walk north on Yonge Street and turn left (west) on Yorkville Avenue. Go past Bay Street until you reach Hazelton Avenue. Turn right (north) and walk until you reach 133, before Hazelton Avenue meets Davenport Road. Our office is at the southeast corner of Hazelton and Davenport.


    We are 10 to 15 minutes from the Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (YTZ) via taxi and 35 to 40 minutes from the Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ). All taxi drivers will be very familiar with Hazelton Avenue and Yorkville. There is also an express train from Pearson Airport to Union station. From there, our clinic is 10 to 15 minutes by taxi. It is also a quick subway ride from the Union station to St. George or Bay stations (see above) and then a short walk.

    We also offer a “fly-in patient” package for patients traveling to Toronto via airplane. Learn more about this personalized assistance on our Travel Information page.


    Our clinic is 10 to 15 minutes from the Main Union and GO Train Station in downtown Toronto. Then take the subway to either the St. George or Bay stations (see above) or a quick taxi ride.