Acne results from hyperactive sebum-producing glands, whether for genetic or hormonal reasons. Excess sebum clogs the pores of the skin, producing blackheads or whiteheads, depending on whether the pore is open or closed. When the pore is closed, the gland may rupture, which will release inflammation factors that produce red bumps (or pimples) on the face. A bacteria called propionibacterium acnes may also play a role.

There are many ways to treat acne, including creams, oral antibiotics and isotretinoin (Accutane). Many are even covered by RAMQ. There are also cosmetic approaches (not covered by RAMQ) to treat acne, such as facials with blackhead removal, the use of blue light to reduce skin inflammation or ablative radiofrequency. Clinique D’s professionals can also offer you several methods to treat the various forms of scars that can result from acne, such as pulsed dye laser, ablative radiofrequency or microneedling.

Our procedures in Cosmetic Dermatology

Our cosmetic treatments are designed to respect your age and your personality and are aimed at a select clientele who share our vision of realism, discretion and the well-being of the patient.


Make an appointment

We accept requests for phototerapy, clinical research (atopic dermatitis) and cosmetic dermatology.
* You can get in touch with us as of January 11th 2022 for medical request.

NOTE: To make a dermatology, or a phototherapy appointment, you must absolutely attach a referral from a doctor. (Accepted formats: PDF, JPEG, JPG, PNG, GIF. Limit: 5mb)

Cancelation Policy: If you miss an appointment or cancel with less than 24 hours notice you will have to pay a $40 fee.

Clinique D

1150 boulevard de l'Avenir, office 300,
Laval, Quebec H7N 6L2

Opening hours

Monday to Friday 8AM to 5PM
Phototherapy : Monday to Friday 7AM to 7PM

Clinique D | Cosmetic Dermatology

1150 boulevard de l'Avenir, office 320,
Laval, Quebec H7N 6L2

Opening hours

Monday to Friday 9h to 17h


T 450 239 6285
F 450 681 5618


T 514 396 5351
F 450 681 5618