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Papers & Research
  • Awarded over $5 Million in research funding Coordinator, International study of 3,000 women with silicone gel breast implants

  • Awarded the Lister Prize, University of Toronto, for long-term research at the international level

  • Awarded the Tiffany Prize for the most outstanding presentation, American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery.

  • Awarded the Ralph Millard Prize, for the most outstanding presentation, Canadian Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery.

  • 2000 - Awarded the Mentor Prize for the most outstanding publication and presentation, Canadian Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery: Management of the woman with silicone gel breast implants.

  • 2003 - Awarded the Mentor Prize for the most outstanding presentation and publication, Canadian Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery: The evolution of breast implants.

  • 2008 Awarded the Mentor Prize for the most outstanding presentation and publication, Canadian Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery: Autoinflation of saline-filled inflatable breast implants.

  • 2010 Awarded the Mentor Prize for the most outstanding presentation and publication, Canadian Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery: Complication from injectable material used for breast augmentation.

  • 2015 - Awarded the Mentor Prize for the most outstanding presentation and publication, Canadian Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery: Update on anaplastic large cell lymphoma (ALCL) in women with breast implants.

  • Dr. Peters has published over 160 manuscripts and book chapters


Recent Publications
  1. Update on anaplastic large cell lymphoma (ALCL) in women with breast implants. Canadian Journal of Plastic Surgery 2014; 22: pp 267-269.

  2. Late unilateral hematoma after breast augmentation. Canadian Journal of Plastic Surgery 2014; 22: pp 18-21.

  3. The silicone gel breast implant story, in: Biomaterials in Plastic Surgery, Woodhead Publishing Limited, Cambridge, United Kingdom, 2012

  4. Biomaterials used for breast augmentation and breast reconstruction, Editor, Woodhead Publishing, Cambridge, United Kingdom, 2012

  5. Iatrogenic disorders following breast surgery. In: Cosmetic Surgery of the Breast, Neligan P, ed, Elsevier Inc., Maryland Heights, MO, USA, Volume 5, pp 1-24, 2012

  6. History of Biomaterials used for Breast Augmentation and Reconstruction, Woodhead Publishing, Cambridge, United Kingdom, 2012

  7. Complications from injectable materials used for breast augmentation. Canadian Journal of Plastic Surgery 2009; 17:pp 89-96

  8. Late unilateral breast enlargement after insertion of silicone gel breast implants: A histopathological study.
    Canadian Journal of Plastic Surgery 2007; 15: pp 19-28

  9. Autoinflation of saline-filled inflatable breast implants. Canadian Journal of Plastic Surgery 2006; 14: pp 219-226

  10. Untreated silicone breast implant rupture. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 2004; 214: pp 215-516.

  11. Self-reporting diseases and symptoms by rupture status among Danish women with cosmetic silicone breast implants: Invited Discussion. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 2003; 111:pp 733-744.

  12. The evolution of breast implants. Canadian Journal of Plastic Surgery 2002; 10: Pp 223-236.

  13. Tumescent liposuction: A plastic surgeon's perspective. Canadian Journal of Plastic Surgery 2002; 10: pp 75-77.

  14. Survival properties of third-generation silicone gel breast implants. Canadian Journal of Plastic Surgery 2002; 10: pp 109-112.

  15. The peri-implant breast capsule - an immunophenotypic study of capsules taken at explantation surgery. Biomedical Materials Research 2001; 58: pp 88-96.

  16. Calcification properties of saline-filled breast implants. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 2001; 107: pp 356-363.

  17. Chemical peeling with phenol and trichloracetic acid. In: Management of Facial Lines and Wrinkles (Blitzer A, Boyd JB, eds). Lippincott Williams and Wilkins, Philadelphia 2000: pp 25-43

  18. Silicone gel implant capsules and Chlamydia antigens. Plastic and Reconstuctive Surgery 2000; 106: pp 225-226.

  19. Analysis of silicon in human tissues with special reference to silicone breast implants. Journal of Trace Elements in Medicine and Biology 2000; 14: pp 31-42.

  20. A perspective analysis of patients undergoing silicone breast implant explantation. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 2000; 105: pp 2538-2539.

  21. Current status of breast implant survival properties and management of the woman with silicone gel breast implants. Canadian Journal of Plastic Surgery 2000; pp 54-67.

  22. Making the body beautiful: A cultural history of aesthetic surgery. Canadian Medical Association Journal 1999; 161: 1565-1566.


Dr. Peters reviews manuscripts for:
  • Aesthetic Surgery Journal
  • Annals of Plastic Surgery
  • Canadian Journal of Plastic Surgery
  • Journal of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
 
Rosedale Centre for Plastic Surgery
Suite 802, 600 Sherbourne St.,
Toronto, Ontario M4X 1W4,
Canada
Phone: 416-926-7790 | Email: walter.peters@utoronto.ca

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