July 20, 2015
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Top 5 aesthetics stories from July

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As is typical this time of year, the summer is moving fast. The aesthetic industry has been heating up by releasing cutting edge research on plastic surgery pricing trends, rhinoplasty in Asian patients, a blepharoplasty preop checklist and much more.

Plastic surgery pricing does not coincide with supply-and-demand

A correlation exists between cosmetic surgery pricing and local economic factors, researchers found; however, the pricing cannot be completely explained by supply-and-demand model. Read more

Shortening upper pole, suprasternal notch to nipple, may rejuvenate older breasts

By evaluating bilateral prone breast MRI studies, researchers found age-related changes in breast shape: Caudal deviation of the nipple and an increase in volume. Read more

Optimize face transplant outcomes with soft-tissue, bony measurements

Researchers found early evidence in favor of soft-tissue and bony measurements in planning for facial transplantation. Read more

Blog: 5 tips on using Instagram for physicians and surgeons from @nyplasticsurgeon

Most healthcare professionals are familiar with websites, blogs, Facebook, and Twitter as professional development tools, but the latest and greatest social media app is Instagram. Read more

Postoperative short nose deformities in Asian patients mostly caused by silicone-related capsule contracture

To correct postoperative short nose in Asian patients, revision usually involves more than one kind of surgical technique and researchers introduced a novel cartilage flap technique in a subset of these patients. Read more