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Outcomes in Rhinoplasty.

In recent years, there is an increasing trend to use health-related quality of life questionnaires after surgical procedures. The idea is to prove the success of an operation by objectively measurable parameters. Rhinoplasty is by far the most frequently performed surgery of facial plastic surgery. One of the most difficult parts of rhinoplasty is to measure the outcomes after surgery. Rhinoplasty is a unique operation because the surgeon affects three aspects: shape, function, and psychology of the patient...

Gender-Related Facial Surgical Goals.

In the last several years, there has been an increasing demand for surgical facial feminization or masculinization to treat the gender dysphoric patient. However, while aesthetic ideals for facial rejuvenation are well described and taught, there is a relative paucity of literature on how to achieve a feminine or masculine morphology. It is thus becoming increasingly important for facial plastic surgeons to understand patient goals regarding facial feminization or masculinization, and to have a systematic a...

The Relationship between Age and Facial Asymmetry.

Facial symmetry is a fundamental goal of plastic surgery, yet some asymmetry is inherent in any face. Three-dimensional photogrammetry allows for rapid, reproducible, and quantitative facial measurements. With this tool, the authors investigated the relationship between age and facial symmetry.

The plastic surgeon as employee: Survey of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons.

Assessment of Duration of Facial Plastic Ambulatory Surgery and Risk of Complications: A Systematic Review.

Concordance of the Balthazar Grade and the Revised Atlanta Classification: Proposing a Modified Balthazar Grade to Predict the Severity of Acute Pancreatitis in Pediatric Population.

The aim of this study was to compare the concordance of the Balthazar grade and the revised Atlanta classification and then establish a modified radiological scoring system that would predict 3 degrees of severity of acute pancreatitis (AP) based on the latest Atlanta classification.

Postoperative Care in Facial Implants.

Facial augmentation is a growing field, secondary to the appreciation of the changes seen in the facial skeleton with aging and the growing acceptance/popularity of facial fat grafting and facial fillers. In addition, it plays a significant role in patients with congenital facial deficiencies as well as those interested in facial feminization/masculinization surgery. Several facial implants are discussed in this article including classic facial implants such as malar, submalar, chin, and prejowl implants as...

Enhanced Contouring of Local Flaps.

Scars and flaps represent a disruption of the normal skin contour, shape, and texture. Successful reconstruction of facial defects with local flaps requires prior planning to choose the correct reconstructive method. However, thorough preoperative planning should include consideration of adjunctive procedures to improve expected postoperative results as well as potential procedures to improve less-than-ideal results. Approaching facial reconstruction holistically allows the surgeon to soberly assess his/her...

Facial Nerve Trauma: Clinical Evaluation and Management Strategies.

The field of facial paralysis requires the reconstructive surgeon to apply a wide spectrum of reconstructive and aesthetic principles utilizing a comprehensive array of surgical tools, including microsurgery, peripheral nerve surgery, and aesthetic facial surgery on the road to optimize patient outcomes. The distinct deficits created by different anatomic levels of facial nerve injury require a fundamental understanding of facial nerve anatomy. Palsy duration, followed by location and mechanism, will determ...

Letter to the editors in response to the article: Facial restoration by transplantation, B. Kolar, B Pomahac. The surgeon 16 (2018) 245-249.

Analysis of Facial Reanimation Procedures Performed Concurrently With Total Parotidectomy and Facial Nerve Sacrifice.

Facial reanimation procedures share the same surgical field as a parotidectomy and are most easily accomplished at the time of facial nerve sacrifice. Early reanimation would also reduce the duration of paralysis and may lead to better functional outcomes.

Assessment of Ideal Dimensions of the Ears, Nose, and Lip in the Circles of Prominence Theory on Facial Beauty.

A theory on facial beauty might allow clinicians to achieve better results.

Achieving Ideal Facial Appearance.

Ideal Facial Relationships and Goals.

Analysis of the face is an essential component of facial plastic surgery. In training, we are taught standards and ideals based on neoclassical models of beauty from Greek and Roman art and architecture. In practice, we encounter a wide range of variation in patient desires and perceptions of beauty. Our goals seem to be ever shifting, yet our education has provided us with a foundation from which to draw ideals of beauty. Plastic surgeons must synthesize classical ideas of beauty with patient desires, cult...

Postoperative Care in Facial Plastic Surgery.

Perioperative Care Considerations and Management of Complications Involving Surgical and Technology Procedures.

Technology impacts the lives of everyone nowadays and has had perhaps a greater impact on the lives of facial plastic surgeons and the patients they seek to help with both surgery and procedures. This article will discuss modern technology's impact on intervening in the aging process including technology used for facial and skin rejuvenation and reconstruction concentrating on the techniques and care to minimize complications as well as dealing with complication from the treatments.

Unfiltered Nanofat Injections Rejuvenate Postburn Scars of Face.

The aim of this study was to compare the quality of postburn facial scars before and after injection of unfiltered nanofat. The study was performed in the Plastic Surgery Department of Mayo Hospital, Lahore, Pakistan, from January 2015 to December 2016. Forty-eight patients with postburn facial scars were included; age range was 4 to 32 years with Fitzpatrick skin types between 3 and 4. Patients with hypertrophic scars, contractures, or keloids were excluded. Scars were assessed by a senior plastic surgeon ...

Predicting Perceived Disfigurement from Facial Function in Patients with Unilateral Paralysis.

Clinical rating tools such as the electronic, clinician-graded facial function (eFACE) scale provide detailed information about aspects of facial functioning relevant to the assessment and treatment of facial paralysis. Past research has established that eFACE scores significantly relate to expert ratings of facial disfigurement. However, no studies have examined the extent to which eFACE scores relate to casual observers' perceptions of disfigurement in facial paralysis.

Influence of Massive Weight Loss on the Perception of Facial Age: The Facial Age Perceptions Cohort.

Knowledge is scarce about the role of massive weight loss in facial age perception. The aim of this study was to verify whether there is a change in the perception of facial age when comparing people with morbid obesity before surgery and 1 year after the procedure.

Facial Scar Improvement Procedures.

Scars are a natural part of dermal healing following lacerations, incisions, or tissue loss. The ideal scar is narrow, flat, level with surrounding tissue, and difficult for the untrained eye to see due to color match and placement parallel to relaxed skin tension lines; however, scarring that is dyspigmented, hypertrophied, widened, contracted, or atrophic can be aesthetically displeasing or causing functional limitations. When the scar has unfavorable characteristics, scar revision is often indicated and ...

"A Threat to All Texas Physicians:" TMA Backs Surgeon in Defamation Suit.

Miguel Gomez, MD's well-publicized legal fight isn't over yet. In its latest turn, the Texas Medical Association is still standing behind the surgeon as he fights to uphold a verdict against one of the state's largest nonprofit hospital systems for defaming him.

Causes for litigation and risk management in facial surgery: a review of 136 cases.

Malpractice lawsuits in medicine and facial surgery are on the rise and they become an influencing factor in everyday practice for any surgeon.

The Extended Purse-String Rhytidectomy.

Facelifts remain a critical part of a facial plastic surgeon's cosmetic practice. Techniques continue to evolve, while at the same time patients demand less invasive procedures with less morbidity. The authors present a facelift plication technique using wide purse-string sutures placed into the superficial musculoaponeurotic system and platysma. This is a retrospective review with a level of evidence 3 set at a medical spa and tertiary referral center designed to assess a purse-string suture technique usin...

The transverse facial artery anatomy: Implications for plastic surgery procedures.

The transverse facial artery (TFA) perfuses the lateral face. Knowledge of topographical anatomy of the lateral face is crucial for safe procedural performance in aesthetic and plastic surgery, especially the face lift flap and face transplant. The aim of the present study was to assess detailed TFA morphometrical features.

Selecting the Best Eyelid Techniques.

The periorbital region is a focal point on the face. Dermatochalasis, fat herniation, blepharoptosis, brow ptosis, deep tear troughs, and malar fat pad descent are all age-related changes that occur around the eyes, and successful rejuvenation involves addressing all of these changes. Restoring a youthful, vibrant appearance to the eyes and periorbital areas can often only be accomplished with a combination of surgical and nonsurgical interventions. Facial plastic surgeons should have a comprehensive knowle...

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