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Paranasal Augmentation With Diced Rib Graft Cartilage

The most common site of midface augmentation (minus the nose) is the nasal base. While the nasal base is composed of a concave paranasal and a convex central premaxillary regions, it is the larger and bilateral paranasal concavities that are the most frequently requested for augmentation. Such paranasal augmentations have been done for decades and Read More…

Jaw Asymmetry As An Indication For Custom Jaw Angle Implant Designs

Of all the common sites of aesthetic facial implant augmentation, the jaw angles in my experience pose the greatest challenges. Not only getting the correct dimensional shape for each patient defies any conventional measurements but they are also the most difficult to accurately place in the correct position on the bone. Placing an implant through Read More…

Plastic Surgery Case Study – Sliding Genioplasty with Soft Tissue Resuspensions To Treat Chin Pad Ptosis from Infected Chin Implant Removal

Background:  In placing a chin implant there are two approaches, intraoral and submental incisional access. Each has their advantages and disadvantages. What is most obvious to the patient is that the intraoral approach avoids an external scar with a somewhat higher risk of infection. The submental approach has a lower risk of infection but at Read More…

Surgically-Assisted Corseting with Rib Fracturing for Waistline Narrowing

Waistline narrowing is a common female body contouring request for which numerous standard surgical techniques are used. Liposuction and various types of tummy tucks are effective procedures which will work for the majority of patients. But for the cis female seeking a maximal waistline reduction or for the transgender patient who is striving to change Read More…

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