Month: September 2015

16th Biennial Congress of the International Society of Craniofacial Surgery (ISCFS)

24, September, 2015

The International Society of Craniofacial Surgery (ISCFS) Tokyo, Japan, September 18, 2015 Lecture on: “The role of Alloplastic implants as an adjunct and occasional alternative to orthognathic surgery” Chairing a panel discussion on “Aesthetic Orthognathic  Surgery ”


Changes in Eyebrow Position and Shape with Aging

18, September, 2015

Purpose Lack of an objective goal for brow lift surgery may explain why several articles in the plastic surgery literature concluded that brow lifts produce eyebrows with shape and position which are not aesthetically pleasing. By comparing eyebrow shape and position in both young and mature women this study provides objective data to plan forehead […]


Enlarging the Deficient Mandible by: Michael J. Yaremchuk, M.D.

11, September, 2015

Introduction Patients with small lower jaws may derive aesthetic benefit from alloplastic augmentation of both their anterior and posterior mandible. Augmentation of the contours of their mandible balances” their facial dimensions while adding definition and angularity to the lower third of their face. Most patients with small mandibles have a normal occlusion. Significant mandibular deficiency […]


Bridge of Bone Canthopexy by: Michael J. Yaremchuk, M.D.

03, September, 2015

Introduction The youthful palpebral fissure is long and narrow with a slight lateral upward inclination.       Distortions of, or deviations from, this shape may be secondary to heredity, aging, paralysis, trauma or previous surgery. This distortion of shape inevitably manifests as rounding of the fissure with inferomedial descent of the lateral canthus and […]