Dr. Daniel Schachter
Dr. Daniel Schachter is one of the most renowned and respected dermatologists in the Country. With over 30 years of Medical and Aesthetic and Laser Dermatology Experience, Dr. Schachter truly enjoys building lifelong relationships with his patients.
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For years Dr. Schachter has lead rounds at Women’s College Hospital, a unique teaching opportunity for Dermatologists to see some of the rarest and most difficult to diagnose cases in the specialty. He teaches dermatology classes at the University of Toronto and works closely with residents, who shadow him in clinic.
ASSOCIATIONS AND MEMBERSHIPS
Dr. Schachter is a fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, a diplomate of the American Board of Dermatology, a member of the American Society of Laser Medicine and Surgery, Canadian Laser Aesthetic Surgery Society, Canadian Medical Protective Association, and is a past member of the Canadian Dermatology Association a past co-president of the Toronto Dermatology Society.
He has served as an advisor for numerous pharmaceutical companies including Allergan Canada, Astellas, Biogen, Galderma, and LEO to name a few. Many media outlets have sought his knowledge and expertise for newspaper, magazine and journal articles, as well as television shows and movies!
Dr. Schachter completed his Medical degree later his dermatology training at the University of Toronto.
Dr. Schachter is the son of Dr. Ricky Schachter, a pioneer for women in Dermatology. Dr. Ricky Schachter opened The Dermatology Centre at 208 Bloor Street more than 40 years ago, the clinic that is now Dermatology on Bloor. Women’s College Hospital Dermatology unit is named in Honour of Ricky Schachter MD. To learn more about Dr. Ricky Kanee Schachter click here: https://www.dermonbloor.
FAMILY AND PERSONAL INTERESTS
Dr. Schachter is a loving husband to Anya and an adoring father of 2 adult children, Reva and Jonathon. He is a lover of fine art, the ballet, and comedy, and is always happy to share a joke or two to lighten the mood in the exam room.