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Researchers review staging system for revision rhinoplasty

May 23, 2016
Researchers recently proposed a staging system to use with preoperative planning for revision rhinoplasty. Using the TNM staging system for cancer as…

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Autologous costal cartilage linked to more complications in dorsal augmentation

May 17, 2016
Use of autologous costal cartilage for dorsal augmentation in a Southeastern Asian patient population has aesthetic outcomes similar to those using…

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Bacterial biofilms present on explanted facial implants

May 10, 2016
A majority of removed facial implants had some degree of biofilm formation, with porous polyethylene implants having more severe biofilm formation…

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Surgical reconstruction of facial defects viewed as high-value intervention

April 21, 2016
Casual observers perceived that facial defects were related to a significant decrease in quality of life, and data show that surgical reconstruction…

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Patient characteristics associated with septorhinoplasty revision rates

March 22, 2016
The overall rate of revision for septorhinoplasty was low, with certain patients characteristics associated with higher revision rates, according to…

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Surveyed plastic surgeons report using streaming media such as YouTube as educational tool

March 14, 2016
A majority of surveyed plastic surgeons reported previously using online streaming media, such as YouTube, to learn a new technique, according to…

ASAPS reports 20% increase in aesthetic procedures in 2015

February 25, 2016
The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery has reported preliminary survey findings that finding combined surgical and nonsurgical aesthetic…

Corticosteroid spray study among recent developments in rhinoplasty

February 18, 2016
Findings that a mandatory use of corticosteroid nasal spray resulted in delay in treatment for patients with severe-to-extreme nasal obstruction, was…

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Facial feminization surgery results in high patient satisfaction

February 15, 2016
Patient satisfaction was high following full facial feminization surgery, according to recently published study results. Researchers retrospectively…

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Low incidence of incision scars reported in Asian patients undergoing open rhinoplasty

February 8, 2016
Open rhinoplasty resulted in a low incidence of problematic scars among Asian patients, according to study results recently published in JAMA Facial

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Corticosteroid nasal spray delays treatment in patients with severe nasal obstruction

January 26, 2016
A mandatory use of corticosteroid nasal spray resulted in delay in treatment for patients with severe-to-extreme nasal obstruction, according to…

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Analysis: Systematic reviews in plastic surgery lack reporting quality

December 21, 2015
An analysis recently published in JAMA Facial Plastic Surgery found that the systematic reviews in plastic surgery journals lacked reporting quality…

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Repositioning of lateral cartilages significantly lowers alar rim

November 24, 2015
There was a statistically significant lowering of the alar rim when lower lateral cartilages were repositioned, according to study results recently…

Breast implant-associated anaplastic large cell lymphoma study tops aesthetics reads

October 23, 2015
Research presented at the American Society of Plastic Surgery’s annual meeting in Boston on optimal primary treatment for breast…

Recent developments in rhinoplasty include the use of finite element model, cartilage flap

October 22, 2015
Recent developments reported on have included study results showing that a computerized finite element model of the human nose…

Fractional modality for picosecond laser tops aesthetics reads for week

October 19, 2015
The international launch of Syneron’s PicoWay Resolve, a dual wavelength fractional modality for the PicoWay picosecond laser, was the…

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Finite element model simulates cephalic trim, nasal tip stability

October 12, 2015
A computerized finite element model of the human nose was able to simulate cephalic trim, including tip depression and tissue migration, according to…

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Cartilage flap prevents notching of keystone area in large-nose septorhinoplasty

September 29, 2015
A triangular-shaped flap of upper lateral cartilages prevented notching of the keystone area when lowering the nasal dorsum in larger noses during…

Hot topics in aesthetics research

September 21, 2015
Researchers explored the portrayals of stem cell-based cosmetic and anti-aging products online and found that most websites portrayed stem cell-based…

Top 4 aesthetics stories this week

September 18, 2015
September is Healthy Aging Month and the FDA offered tips on maintaining your youth, inside and out. Researchers explored 2-stage and 3-stage…

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