DR. SHERINE RAVEENDRAN
Dr. Sherine S Raveendran is the director of Toronto Medical Aesthetics. She specializes in facial rejuvenation and non-invasive treatments to make you years younger.
DR. SHERINE RAVEENDRAN is a Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeon, completed her undergraduate training in the University of Jaffna, Sri Lanka. She was trained in General surgery at the University of Colombo and underwent sub speciality training in Plastic Surgery. She successfully completed Master of Surgery and was board certified as specialist Plastic surgeon in Sri Lanka. She undertook the consultant post at the National Hospital of Sri Lanka.
Dr. Raveendran continued the training in Plastic & Reconstructive surgery in the United Kingdom and was successful in the Fellowship examination by the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh and European Board of Plastic surgical examination. She worked in the prestigious hospitals in the United Kingdom such as Guys & St. Thomas’s hospital, St. Bartholomew’s hospital, St. Andrew’s centre, Broomfield and Chelsea & Westminster hospital. She also completed theMasters degree in Aesthetic Surgery in the Queen Mary University, London and was trained in cosmetic surgery by the experienced aesthetic surgeons.
Dr. Raveendran had an excellent record during the training and won the gold medal award for Anatomy and the research award for the year 1988/89. Dr. Raveendran had extensive operative experience in Clefts, breast, trunk and abdomen, skin malignancies, head and neck cancer and post burn reconstruction. She developed a special interest in cleft lips and palate and has published a guidance booklet for the parents in three languages.
Dr. Raveendran was involved in the care of burn patients and was trained in the Europe’s major burns centre at the St. Andrews centre in UK. She has a wide operative experience in burn reconstruction and studied about the burn injuries caused by rice husks. She presented this work in the 6th World congress of Paediatric Burns in Switzerland in 2011. She was an active participant of multidisciplinary management of breast cancers, melanomas, head and neck cancer and clefts.
Dr. Raveendran was involved various research projects that were carried out at the Department of Anatomy, Imperial College, UK and in Sri Lanka. She has published several articles in Plastic surgery and Aesthetics in the peer reviewed journals and have presented in several international meetings. She is also an invited reviewer of several International Journals.
After practicing in the surgical field for more than a decade, Dr. Raveendran established Toronto Medical Aesthetics, the institute that provides advanced medical skin care and rejuvenation in the province of Ontario. Dr. Raveendran also holds short-term positions in Plastic & Reconstructive surgery in the United Kingdom. Her extensive experience in Plastic Reconstructive Aesthetic surgery and Burns experience help her to provide exceptional services to the aesthetic requirements of the clients.
Gold medal award and Distinction for Anatomy
Distinction in Community Medicine
Research award 1988/89
She is a member of:
The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh
Associate member of the British Association of Plastic Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgeons (BAPRAS)
European Union of Medical Doctors
College of Surgeons of Sri Lanka
1.Book chapter on Neck - Anatomy for the Plastic Surgery of the face, Head & Neck. 1st Ed, Thieme: Feb. 2006, New York.
2. Sherine S Raveendran . Beauty beyond basic skin types: a pragmatic approach. PRIME – International Journal of Aesthetic and Anti-aging Medicine. Jan 2016.
3. Sherine S Raveendran . Role of dermal fillers in rejuvenation and sculpturing of the face, The Aes Jou 2014: 3; 38-44.
4. Sherine S Raveenrdan. Rejuvenation of the neck and décolletage- A Review. PRIME – International Journal of aesthetic and anti-ageing medicine. 2013.
5. Sherine S Raveendran, L. Ion, DJ Anthony. An anatomical basis for volumetric evaluation of the neck. Aesthet Surg J. 2012
6. Sherine S Raveendran and Lucian Ion, Open neck lipectomy for patients with HIV related lipohypertrophy, Aesthetic Plastic Surgery , March 2011.
7. Hurst SA, Sherine Raveendran, Eckersley R. Pseudoaneurysm of the Ulnar arteryJournal of hand SurgeryEur Vol. 2012.
8. Sherine S Raveendran and Effie Katsarma, Enchondroma of the distal phalanx – minimal access approach, JPRAS, 2011.
9. Sherine S Raveendran, L. Ion. Application of suction diathermy in plastic surgical practice. J Plast Reconstru Aesthetic Surg. 2012.
10. Sherine S Raveendran, L. Ion. Body contouring with radiofrequency assisted liposuction. J Plast Surg Hand Surg. Dec 2011.
11. Sherine S Raveendran, ‘Reconstruction of complex lower extremity wounds using sural artery flaps: A Review’, Techniques in Orthopaedics 24(2):117-122, June 2009
12. Raveendran SS et al, ‘Thermal injuries to autologous breast reconstructions and their donor sites – literature review and report of six cases’, JPRAS August 2009 (Epub)
13. Sherine S Raveendran et al, ‘Toe to hand transfer in a severely burned upper limb: a surgical dilemma’, JPRAS, 62:e 463 2009.
14. Sherine S Raveendran et al, ‘Precision and Symmetry in aesthetic plastic surgery’, JPARS. 2008; 61:272 – 274.
15. Sherine S Raveendran and L Amarasinghe, ‘The Mystery of the Split Earlobe’, PRS. 2004; 114(7):1903-1909.
16. Sherine S Raveendran et al, ‘Superficial sural artery flap- a study in 40 cases’, British Journal of Plastic Surgery 57: 3: 267-270, 2004
18. Sherine. S. Raveendran et al, ‘Early free tissue transfer following gangrene of the feet’, British Journal of Plastic Surgery. 58:692-694, 2005.
19. Sherine S Raveendran and KGJL Kumaragama, ‘Arterial supply of the Soleus muscle – An anatomical study in fifty lower limbs’ Clinical Anatomy 16:248-252, 2003. (Official journal of American Association of Clinical Anatomists and British Association of Clinical Anatomists)
20. Sherine S Raveendran, ‘Injuries to children caused by burning rice husk’ Burns 28: 92-94, 2002.
21. Sherine S Sabanathan and J Kandasamy, ‘Antibacterial activity of selected plant extracts used by Indigenous physicians of Jaffna’ Jaffna Medical Journal 1989; 24: 17-23.
22.‘Booklet for the parents of children with Clefts’, I wrote this booklet with information for parents about the care of the cleft children. This booklet was published in three official languages in Sri Lanka.