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Delivering the highest quality of care for our patients with kindness, empathy, and compassion.

Delivering the highest quality of care for our patients with kindness, empathy and compassion.

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Meet Dr. Moein Momtazi

Dr. Moein Momtazi is a board certified plastic and reconstructive surgeon with a clinical interest in complex oncologic reconstruction, breast surgery and reconstructive microsurgery.

Dr. Momtazi received his Bachelor of Science degree in Biochemistry in 2003 from the University of Winnipeg.  He went on to complete his Medical Doctorate from the University of Manitoba in 2007.


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When it's time to make a difficult, life-changing decision, it's important that you have caring people who are by your side to support you every step of the way. This is why our team continues to work hard in providing all of our patients and guests with the very best experience the moment they walk into our office for the first time. You can rest assured our team can provide the quality service you deserve.


Our Location

Dr. Momtazi's office is located in the Meadowlark Health Centre.

Whether you are considering cosmetic or reconstructive plastic surgery, call us to book your consultation with Dr. Momtazi today.

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Dr. Momtazi on Social Media

We believe that immediate lymphatic reconstruction hasthe potential to significantly decrease the incidence and burden of breast cancer related lymphedema in patients undergoing axillary lymph node dissection.

Lymphovenous Bypass for Immediate Lymphatic Reconstruction in Breast Cancer Patients: Minimizing the Risk of Upper Extremity Lymphedema published in the Journal of Reconstructive Microsurgery, April 2024.

Thank you to my collaborators:
@alilyr @erincordeiro80 @lfindlayshirras @cass.mdr @drdiegodaniel @iz.churchi

I am grateful for your contributions to this study.


University of Alberta Department of Surgery 100th Anniversary Gala ...

It has been privilege to work with you @jessicastomas

The patients and staff all love working with you - and for good reason.

Thank you for always looking after me and the practice so well…and for making me feel so tall 🤭


Being a plastic surgeon is one of the most rewarding careers a person could have. I am doubly blessed to also have some of the kindest patients.

Here is a clip of one of my patients from The Ottawa Hospital’s 12th annual President’s Breakfast.


I received so much feedback after I posted the thumb replant video I decided to make another one.

This video is of a lower extremity reconstruction I performed using a free anterolateral thigh flap.

I hope you enjoy it and if you`d like to see more videos like this please let me know 😊


Thank you to all of the staff who came together to make the 2022 Canadian Plastic Surgery Review Course a success. Best of luck to our fantastic residents writing their Royal College exams this year. The class of 2022 (above) knows their stuff and is ready to shine!



Welcome residents and faculty to the 14th annual Canadian Plastic Surgery Review Course! We are virtual again this year. Here’s hoping 2023 will be in person.


Any expression of gratitude from a patient is uplifting. I was especially moved yesterday when I received this beautiful needle point picture from one of my patients. Above: my unsuccessful attempt to channel @dudewithsign 😆

📸 @ogisol

#laughter is the best medicine

This video shows several photos from a case I recently performed. This patient sustained a traumatic thumb amputation at work. The amputated piece of the patient’s thumb was then replanted back onto his hand. Replants are made possible by sewing together two cut ends of an artery under a microscope. This restores bloodflow to the amputated part. The bones and nerves must also be reconstructed with pins and sutures respectively to allow for stable movement and eventually sensation to the tip of the thumb. These types of cases are high risk for failure, but can also be incredibly rewarding. I’m grateful this patient’s replant was successful.


The Ottawa Hospital Breast Reconstruction Alliance (TOHBRA) Fall 2021 meeting.

#breast cancer

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