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Danny Peters

Division Head MD MBA FRCSC FACS FAAP
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Dr. Danny Peters is a skilled and dedicated plastic surgeon with clinical interests concentrated in pediatric and adult craniofacial surgery, craniosynostosis, craniofacial syndromes, reconstruction of traumatic and oncologic problems of the face and aesthetic facial surgery.

Dr. Peters received his medical doctorate from Queen’s University, Kingston Ontario in 2002. His residency training in plastic and reconstructive surgery was completed at the University of British Columbia in 2007. His fellowship training includes pediatric craniomaxillofacial surgery at The Hospital for Sick Children, University of Toronto (2008) and adult craniomaxillofacial surgery at Sunnybrook Hospital and Health Sciences Center, University of Toronto (2009). In 2010 he completed his MBA at the Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto.

His academic appointments include Assistant Professor and in the Department of Surgery at the University of Ottawa, Residency Program Director for Plastic Surgery at the University of Ottawa and Staff Surgeon at the Ottawa Hospital and Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (2009-present).

Additional Info

Clinical Interests
  • Pediatric craniofacial reconstruction
  • Craniosynostosis
  • Adult facial and skull reconstruction
  • Rhinoplasty (Nose Surgery)
  • Skin Cancer
  • Aesthetic Surgery
Certifications
  • Fellow of the Royal College of
  • Surgeons of Canada (FRCSC)
  • Fellow of the American College of Surgeons (FACS)
  • Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics (FAAP)
Publications
  1. Peters DA, McKay DR. (2015) The current decline in oil: Investment and macoeconomic considerations. Plast Surg 23(1) March.
  2. Peters DA, Boyd KU. (2015) Oral examinations in plastic surgery. Trochanteric pressure sore and intra-oral squamous cell carcinoma. Plast Surg 23(1) March.
  3. McKay DR, Peters DA. (2014) What’s the difference between hedge fund and a mutual fund? Plast Surg 22(4) December.
  4. Peters DA, McKay DR. (2014) Why won’t my financial advisor beat the market? Reflections on the Black Swan. Plast Surg 22(3) September.
  5. Peters DA, Boyd KU. (2014) Oral examinations in plastic surgery. Dermatofibrosarcoma protuberans and microtia. Plast Surg 22(3) September.
  6.  McKay DR, Peters DA. (2014) The instruments of debt. Plast Surg 22(2) July.
  7.  Boyd KU, Peters DA. (2014) Oral examinations in plastic surgery: Partial mastectomy defect and axillary degloving injury. Plast Surg 22(2) July.
  8. Peters DA, McKay DR. (2014) Life insurance: Ownership and investment considerations. Plast Surg 22(1) April.
  9. Peters DA, Boyd KU. (2014) Oral examinations in plastic surgery: Felxion contracture of the hand and immediate breast reconstruction. Last Surg 22(1) April.
  10. Peters DA, Boyd KU. (2013) Oral examinations in plastic surgery: Thumb amputation and shoulder gunshot wound. Canadian Journal of Plastic Surgery 21(4) December.
  11.  McKay DR, Peters DA. (2013) Cost: It’s all in the eye of the beholder. Canadian Journal of Plastic Surgery 21(4) December.
  12. Peters DA, McKay DR. (2013) Where do I put my money? Mutual funds versus exchange traded funds. Canadian Journal of Plastic Surgery 21(3) September.
  13.  Peters DA, Boyd KU. (2013) Oral examinations in plastic surgery: Chest wall reconstruction and phalangeal fractures. Canadian Journal of Plastic Surgery 21(3) September.
  14. Peters DA, Boyd KU. (2013) Oral examinations in plastic surgery: Mastopexy augmentation, basal cell cancer. Canadian Journal of Plastic Surgery 21(2) June.
  15. Peters DA, McKay DR. (2013) You want me to write a business plan? Capital budgeting fundamentals for the plastic surgeon. Canadian Journal of Plastic Surgery 21(2) June.
  16. Peters DA, Boyd KU. (2013) Oral dxaminations in plastic surgery: Exposed tissue expander, groin flap. Canadian Journal of Plastic Surgery 21(1) April.
  17. Peters DA, McKay DR. (2013) To corp or not to corp: Strategic tax considerations for investing. Canadian Journal of Plastic Surgery 21(1) April.
  18. Peters DA, McKay DR. (2012) Compensating a plastic surgeon: What is the best way to reward quality while optimizing efficiency? Canadian Journal of Plastic Surgery 20(4) December.
  19. Peters DA, Boyd KU. (2012) Oral Examinations in plastic surgery: Delayed breast reconstruction, escharotomies. Canadian Journal of Plastic Surgery 20(4) December.
  20. Peters DA. (2012) Oral examinations in plastic surgery: Basal cell carcinoma, botox for aesthetic rejuvination. Canadian Journal of Plastic Surgery 20(3) September.
  21. Peters DA, McKay DR. (2012) Starting up or winding down: How to value a practice. Canadian Journal of Plastic Surgery 20(3) September.
  22. Peters DA. (2012) Oral examinations in plastic surgery: Osteoradionecrosis, melanoma in-situ. Canadian Journal of Plastic Surgery 20(2) June.
  23. McKay DR, Peters DA. (2012) The practical benefits of planning. Canadian Journal of Plastic Surgery 20(2) June.
  24. Peters DA. (2012) Oral examinations in plastic surgery: Breast reduction, tenosynovitis. Canadian Journal of Plastic Surgery 20(1) April.
  25. Peters DA, McKay DR. (2012) Are You Holt Renfrew or Walmart? Applied economics in pricing plastic surgery. Canadian Journal of Plastic Surgery 20(1) April.
  26. Stubenitsky BM, Peters DA, Kelly C, Harkness M, Forrest CR. (2010) Predictive value of airway obstruction and weight gain in isolated Pierre Robin Sequence. Journal of Cleft Palate Craniofacial Surgery (In Press). October.
  27. Peters DA, Courtemanche DJ. (2009) Role of platelet gel and calcium-coated lactosorb membranes in healing critical calvarial defects. Journal of Craniofacial Surgery Nov;26(18): 1441-1446.
  28. Peters DA, Courtemanche DJ, Heran MKS, Ludemann JP, Prendiville JS. (2006) Treatment of cystic lymphatic vascular malformations with OK-432 sclerotherapy. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 26(18): 1441-1446.
  29. Peters DA, Verchere C. (2006) Healing at home: comparing cohorts of children with medium-sized burns treated as outpatients with in-hospital applied Acticoat to those treated with inpatient silver sulfadiazine. Journal of Burn Care and Research: Mar-Apr;27(2):198-201.
  30. Nagase DY, Courtemanche DJ, Peters DA. (2005) Plate removal in traumatic facial fractures: 13 year practice review. Annals of Plastic Surgery 2005;55(6):608-11. Co-Principal Author (CPA).
  31. Mandat TS, Honey CR, Peters DA, Sharma BR. (2005) Artistic assault: an unusual penetrating head injury reported as a trivial facial trauma. Acta Neurochir (Wien) Mar;147(3):331-3.
  32. Peters DA, Watkins JF. (2002) Lymphepithelioma-like-carcinoma of the skin. Canadian Journal of Plastic Surgery 10:220.