Teanoosh Zadeh - GloboMD

Teanoosh Zadeh

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1 Westmount Square, Suite 1200
Montreal, Quebec, CA

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Personal Statement

As one of the recognized plastic surgeons in Montreal, Dr. Zadeh takes a personal approach in treating patients. He develops treatment plans based on your cosmetic goals. He also takes the time to discuss the different plastic surgery procedures and non-invasive treatments to help you make a well-in



Board Certifications


Board-certified by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada -
General Surgeons and Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada -
Plastic Surgery


Memberships

American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS)

Consultation Fee






$100. Consultation fee may be credited to your cosmetic surgery procedure.


Hospital Privileges

Dr. Zadeh has hospital affiliations at Montreal General Hospital, Anna Laberge Hospital, Montreal Children's Hospital, Royal Victoria Hospital.


Education


Undergraduate & Medical School
Medical: MD, Laval University, 1987


Post-Medical School Training
Residencies:
General Surgery, McGill University, 1992
Plastic Surgery, McGill University, 1994
Fellowships:
Hand & Reconstructive Microsurgery, Medical College of Wisconsin, 1996
Tissue Engineering, Harvard Medical School, 1996



Blog Posts and Articles




A Tupperware Party With Needles!? Be Careful of the Growing Botox Party Trend



Event: it’s
Botox night at Mrs. Droopy Eyes!

Place: 123
My House

Date: July
31st, 2015

Time:
7:30pm-10:00pm

Come party
with us at your own risks!

Members of
the Dermatological and Plastic Surgery Societies and the College des Medecins
du Quebec are not welcomed.

A HOUSE
PARTY IS NOT A SAFE SETTING FOR ELECTIVE MEDICAL TREATMENTS.

“It is not a
good idea to mix medicine with merlot!”

Botox
parties are a popular trend in the United States...




Protect your eyebrows ladies!



I am
often asked by patients to treat those expressive lines or furrows running
across the forehead. However, there is a reason for these lines. Our body is
trying to tell us something: “Please, Please help me! My eyebrows are
falling!”. In fact, the forehead muscle is working overtime!

Believe
it or not, the forehead muscle, otherwise known as the frontalis muscle, is
your friend; it works hard to keep your eyebrows up. Just raise your eyebrows
and watch what happens to the...




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    sarahortega

    I would recommend Doctor Z to anyone.Great JOb and very proffesional

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    Jessicopina

    I did my internet research before consulting with Dr. Zadeh. I found him to be highly educated and professional. I also found out he is affiliated to numerous hospitals in Montreal (which speaks volumes of his skills). Sometimes the wait time is long... but thats truly my only negative point.

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