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The Psychology of Facial Reshaping Surgery and Its Impact On Patient Satisfaction and the Need for Revisional Surgery

The most recognized and common form of aesthetic facial surgery is that of facial rejuvenation. Typically performed on ‘older’ patients procedures such as facelifts, blepharoplasty and browlifts for example have been around for a hundred years and can ameliorate an inevitable concern that everyone will eventually face. While no patient really likes to undergo elective Read More…

Plastic Surgery Case Study – Custom Jawline Implant Replacement/Coverage of Prior Sliding Genioplasty and Chin and Jaw Angle Implants

Background:  Custom jawline implants (CJI) provide the most effective bone augmentation method for the lower face. But it frequently is not the first jaw augmentation procedure done in some patients. Approximately 40% of CJI patients have a prior history of other more limited procedures. Standard chin and jaw angle implants, sliding genioplasties, chin wing osteotomies, Read More…

Plastic Surgery Case Study – Corticocancellous Chip Grafting of the Bony Step Deformity of the Sliding Genioplasty

Background:  The well known sliding genioplasty can create multiple aesthetic dimensional changes of the chin. Most commonly horizontal advancements are done with or without some vertical height changes. While very effective at horizontal advancements it does result in an abnormal contour to the bone. (step-off) The larger the horizontal advancement the more significant this contour Read More…

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