Dr. M. Anne Curtis - Dermatologist

Dr. M. Anne Curtis

Dr. M. Anne Curtis is a leading practitioner of general dermatology, with a focus on cosmetic dermatology, and recognized expertise in laser dermatology. Dr. Curtis offers cosmetic procedures such as fillers, neuromodulators, Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) injections, and chemical peels. Her many years of experience as the Director of the Women’s College Dermatology Laser Centre demonstrate her mastery in lasers and energy-based devices. Dr. Curtis is known for her superb patient care and dedication to holistic treatment plans.

Dr. Curtis’s clinic runs exclusively at Dermatology on Bloor, however she has spent many years on staff at the University of Health Network and Women’s College Hospital.

Certified by the American Board of Dermatology as well as the American Board of Internal Medicine, Dr. Curtis is also a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada.  as well as the President of the Eglinton Branch Society of the Ontario Medical Association. She is an active member of the American Society of Laser Medicine, The American Academy of Dermatology, the Canadian Dermatology Association and the Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honour Society.

Dr. Curtis regularly lectures at the University of Toronto, and works closely with dermatology students, and regularly teaches the dermatology elective to family medicine residents.

Dr. Curtis completed her Medical Degree at The University of Toronto Medical School where she won the Cody Gold Medal for the highest academic standing in her graduating year. She then completed a fellowship in internal medicine at the University of Western Ontario and was the Chief Resident at University Hospital in London, Ontario before going on to her dermatology fellowship with the University of Toronto integrated program.

Dr. Curtis’s husband, Dr. Blake Woodside, is a Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Toronto. She and Blake have three adult sons, Fraser, Malcolm, & Owen. They enjoy singing in their church choir, gardening and are avid thespians. The family spends a month every summer at their cottage in Nova Scotia.