Meet Matthew

Royal Treatment is owned and operated by Matthew Royal, a Nurse Practitioner, specializing in anti-aging and wellness treatments.

Royal Treatment aims to provide cutting edge, top-notch medical and cosmetic injectable treatments, conveniently located in downtown Toronto.

Matthew graduated with his Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Nursing in 2007 and worked for approximately ten years in the Emergency Department. His passion for lifelong learning resulted in him returning to university where he graduated with his Master’s Degree in Nursing and Nurse Practitioner certification in 2015. He received his advanced injectables certification in 2017. Matthew has provided cosmetic injections across the GTA and is sought after to support a variety of clinics and med-spas. He provides mentorship and clinical support to several novice and experienced nurse injectors across the city.

Royal Treatment provides exceptional service within a warm, friendly, relaxed and private environment. Never worry about seeing a friend or neighbour at your appointment. Matthew’s calm and personable approach will help you feel comfortable and relaxed as you discuss your concerns and establish your unique goals for treatment. Complimentary consultations provide an opportunity to devise an individualized treatment plan that is tailored to your aesthetic desires and works within your budget. Outstanding professional service coupled with years of experience and the drive for continued lifelong learning and education ensures the delivery of the safest and highest quality medical and cosmetic aesthetic results.

​Helping you look and feel your best!

What Is A Nurse Practitioner?

A Nurse Practitioner (NP) is a Registered Nurse (RN) who has completed additional education and can function independently within their practice settings. NPs complete physical examinations, order and interpret laboratory and diagnostic test results (such as ultrasounds and x-rays), as well as perform procedures and order and administer medications. Related to medical and cosmetic aesthetics, NPs can independently assess, determine the appropriate dosing or procedure, administer the treatment, and follow up with patients without the need to consult with a physician.

Matthew is in excellent standing with the College of Nurses of Ontario.


Since becoming certified in the provision of injectables back in 2017, Matthew has made a name for himself in the cosmetic community across the GTA. He is an experienced injector and not only has an ever-growing roster of patients and a bustling downtown clinic, but also supports other nurses by providing clinical directorship and oversight, training, and hands-on mentorship for both new and experienced nurses. Learning in the aesthetic industry never stops. Matthew regularly attends conferences, advanced injector seminars, cadaver courses, information sessions and hands-on training with leading physicians and experts both nationally and internationally, to continue to advance his knowledge and skill development.


Royal Treatment’s primary mandate is to provide exceptional service and results, with the highest regard for safety, to patients of all ethnicities, religions, sexual orientations and genders from all walks of life. Matthew will work with you to identify your concerns, discuss options, and develop an individualized treatment plan to meet your goals. Results are natural and beautiful. Injectables are meant to allow you to be the best version of yourself. Whether your goal is to prevent, treat, correct or restore, injectable treatments provided by Royal Treatment will help you look and feel your best!



Patient safety and risk minimization is of paramount importance to all injectable treatments provided. While all procedures carry risks, a thoughtful, skilled and cautious, yet confident injector who values continued learning and seeks ongoing educational opportunities ensures the newest and safest techniques are always used. During the complimentary consultation, procedures are explained in full, risks are discussed, and all questions and concerns are addressed.

All products and devices used at Royal Treatment are authorized for sale by Health Canada and obtained directly from the manufacturer with DIN (Drug Information Numbers) numbers, LOT numbers and expiry dates.