Computer Models Helping Plastic Surgeons Minimize Errors

12, December, 2016

At the recent International Meeting in plastic surgery held in Moscow, Russia on Dec 5th 2016, the focus was on use of computer models to minimize errors in surgery. Dr Natalia Pirgogov Manturova from the Dept. of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery led the discussion on use of imaging prior to plastic surgery procedures. The round […]

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How International Cooperation is Improving Plastic Surgery

12, December, 2016

Plastic surgery is now a global phenomenon. At the 23rd International Congress of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery held in Japan recently, plastic surgeons from all over the world gathered to discuss the trends and future of plastic surgery. With advances in technology, these plastic surgeons discussed the newer facial procedures and how to sustain the anti-aging […]

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“2ND ANNUAL SELECTED TOPICS IN CRANIOMAXILLOFACIAL SURGERY: AN INTERNATIONAL CRANIOPLASTY SYMPOSIUM”

11, November, 2016

“2ND ANNUAL SELECTED TOPICS IN CRANIOMAXILLOFACIAL SURGERY: AN INTERNATIONAL CRANIOPLASTY SYMPOSIUM” CO-CHAIRMEN: CHAD GORDON, JUDY HUANG, AND MICHAEL YAREMCHUK NOVEMBER 4-6TH, 2016 JOHNS HOPKINS SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, BALTIMORE, MARYLAND Dr.Yaremchuk with course Co-Directors

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Orbital Deformity After Craniofacial Fracture Repair: Avoidance and Treatment

28, October, 2016

Abstract: Background and Objectives. To achieve the optimal preoperative appearance following craniofacial fracture repair, the surgeon must be facile in the most sophisticated reconstructive techniques and able to determine their application. The purpose of this article is to describe the common deformities following such repairs, outline a strategy to avoid them, and review the surgical […]

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Improving Aesthetic Outcomes after Alloplastic Chin Augmentation

21, October, 2016

A novel approach to increase chin projection with alloplastic material is presented. Key aspects of the technique include the consideration of anthropometric normal values in preoperative assessment and planning, a submental approach with wide subperiosteal exposure of the area to be augmented, the use of two-piece porous polyethylene implants for augmentation, and screw fixation of […]

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Dr. Yaremchuk present the following lectures at the Australasian 39th Annual Meeting held on Australia’s Gold coast October 6-9, 2016

14, October, 2016

Designer Faces Face Lift Avoiding the Operated Look in Eyelid Surgery The Brow Paradox Paranasal Augmentation as an Adjunct to Rhinoplasty Aesthetic Management of the Prominent Eye

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Correction of Posttraumatic Enophthalmos

14, October, 2016

Management of posttraumatic enophthalmos can present as a challenge to the reconstructive surgeon, particularly in cases of late presentation. This article reviews the pertinent anatomy of the orbit, diagnostic modalities, indications for surgery, and surgical approaches as they relate to the treatment of posttraumatic enophthalmos. Internal orbital reconstruction has evolved to an elegant procedure incorporating […]

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Dr. Yaremchuk present the following lectures at the International Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ISAPS) Facial Implant Symposium on Thursday, October 6, 2016 On the Gold Coast of Australia

13, October, 2016

Bone grafts, fat, fillers, osteotomies – The rationale for facial implant surgery Bespoke facial surgery –computer designed/computer manufactured implants Implants – Providing aesthetic sophistication to orthognathic surgery Chin and mandible augmentation – concepts, nuances and personal techniques Midface augmentation – concepts, nuances and personal techniques

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Reversing Brow Lifts

07, October, 2016

Background: Undesirable brow shape and position may occur after brow lift surgery. Problems can include over elevation of the brows, separation of the brows, and creation of an apex medial slant brow shape. Objective:We report on a procedure to restore or improve presurgical brow shape and position. Methods: Brow lift reversal surgery was performed with […]

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