🤩 WOW results from an upper eyelid blepharoplasty aka eyelid surgery👁
This middle aged female patient had heavy, drooping upper eyelids. Dr. Edwin Williams 👨⚕️ performed a bilateral ⬆️ eyelid blepharoplasty to remove the excess skin. 👍
These natural results will:
✅ improve her field of vision, •
✅ make her look less tired and •
✅ see her eye make up better! •
📍 Latham, NY
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Rinoseptoplastia integral (abordaje cerrado). Resultado natural. Forma y Función 👃 🇺🇸 Integral rhinoseptoplasty (closed approach). Natural result Form and Function 👃 . =============================
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Can you spot the diagnosis? Non-displaced or minimally displaced fractures of the mandible can present without swelling, bleeding, numbness, or tingling. Our young patient presented only with right-sided pain that he attributed to a toothache.
Watch some behind the scenes footage of Dr. Zuliani performing an Autologous Fat Transfer to add volume to this patient's cheeks. This patient underwent a rhinoplasty and fat transfer at the same time. You can visibly see the difference toward the end of the video where Dr Z had only injected fat into one side of the face. AMAZING! This patient is beyond pleased with her results.
Autologous fat transfer, is a procedure in which an individual's own body fat is used to plump up sunken or emaciated areas of the face or to add volume where desired. The word "autologous" simply refers to the use of one's own tissues or fat. Because the patient's own fat is used, autologous fat transfer requires three steps. The first step involves the gentle liposuction of some excess fat (such as the abdomen, as shown here). The second step involves the isolation and cleansing of the fat cells. The third and final step involves the injection of the fat cells into the targeted facial areas.
The RealSelf 100 was announced with the glitz, glam and lights of Times Square! So honored, humbled, pumped, and excited to have received this prestigious designation that recognizes the top 100 cosmetic physicians in the world based on patient feedback, before and after photographs and contributions to patient education. Also stoked to be representing the Millennials breaking into the top 100! Check the second photo for a little Where’s Waldo and see if you can find me. #BestOfTheBest
Pre-op and post-op photos following removal of rhinoplasty cast at 1 week. Over aggressive resection of her cartilages during previous rhinoplasty left her with poor support, over-rotation, dorsal/tip asymmetry as well as breathing problems. Rib cartilage was to used to restore form and function. She is already extremely happy but her nose will become much better defined as her swelling goes down over the next several months.
There are several transcolumellar incisions used for opening the nose in rhinoplasty: inverted-V, stair step, transverse, gullwing, W, etc. Where I train we use the inverted-V. 👃🏻
Ideal placement is at the narrowest part of the columella, superior to the flare of the medial crural footpods, and exactly midline and symmetric. 👃🏻
The main criticism of any transcolumellar incision is the possibility of scar visibility due to notching, depression, hyperpigmentation, or widening. 👃🏻
Found this nice article in JAMA Facial Plastics reviewing columellar incision scarring for rhinoplasty in the Asian population. 👃🏻
Full link to article: https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jamafacialplasticsurgery/fullarticle/2484556
Drawing and photo by me. Please do not copy or repeat without credit.
I think facial plastic surgery is the perfect specialty for me, and here’s why: ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
1. The face is so important! The eyes may be the window to the soul, but the face represents emotion, health, and youthfulness. I get such a sense of accomplishment helping patients put their best face forward. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
2. This specialty allows me to use both sides of my brain! Since facial anatomy is extremely complex and fragile, every case is challenging and exciting. I love that I get to use not only my technical skills but also an artistic eye to achieve harmony, proportion, and balance. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
3. It’s an exciting field - there are always new techniques and technology emerging, and staying on top of the latest trends keeps me invigorated. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
I know I made the right choice, because I’m absolutely obsessed with what I do, and love sharing my talents and knowledge with the rest of the world 😊🌎 💖🤓👩🏻⚕️
White coat: @medelita_gram
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#FlashbackFriday to Dr. Maas lecturing at a surgical symposium.
At The Maas Clinic, we know how important it is to work with a plastic surgeon that knows the science + artistry of plastic surgery inside and out. To book your consultation with Dr. Maas, educator and leader in the field of facial surgery, 📲 (415) 567-7000
Crazy week with 9 lip lifts👄, an otoplasty👂🏼, a monster lipoma removal🤕😳, and injections injections injections💉💉💉. Looking back over this week and love love love this natural result from on of the patients! A little swollen, but you can already see where she’s headed. So happy for her 🤗happy Memorial Day weekend everyone #nomoremedicalstuffthisweekend 😜😁