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Plastic Surgery Case Study – Treatment of Pectoral Implant Contracture

Background:  Pectoral implants are the definitive treatment for enhanced muscle definition and size of the male chest. They are placed in a completely submuscular location underneath the pectoralis major muscle unlike female breast implants which are usually partially submuscular or on top of the muscle. Also, unlike breast implants, they are designed out of a Read More…

The Anatomy of the Clavicle in Shoulder Width Reduction Surgery

Shoulder width reduction, also known as shoulder feminization surgery, is a bone-based surgery not a soft tissue one. There are no methods to reduce the fat or muscle mass of the shoulders, and even if there were, they would not make the shoulders appear more narrow. Effective shoulder width reduction involves reducing the length of Read More…

Postoperative Instructions for Temporal Reduction Surgery

Temporal reduction surgery is an aesthetic head reshaping procedure done to reduce the width at the wide of the head. This is done through removal of the posterior portion of the large temporalis muscle which covers the side of the head. Done through a hidden incision in the sulcus behind the ear, it creates an Read More…

Plastic Surgery History – Silicone Gel Chin Implants

Chin implants are the oldest form of alloplastic facial augmentation. Such implants have been available for over fifty years. Over half a century of clinical experience has led to many innovations in their shapes and sizes as well as the surgical techniques to place them. Throughout this history there are currently older patients walking around Read More…

Transillumination of The Frontal Sinuses in Brow Bone Reduction Surgery

One of the original contouring procedures in facial feminization surgery is that of reshaping the forehead. Brow bone reduction still remains one of the defining facial contouring procedures that separates male vs. female appearance. It is a well described technique that fundamentally can be done by either burring reduction or a bone flap setback technique. Read More…

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