"People are influenced by influencers. And I think we're seeing the more subtle, understated aesthetic in many celebrities," said ASPS President Gregory Greco, DO, FACS.
ASPS Plastic Surgery News
After the stress of the COVID-19 pandemic, a new national survey called the Inaugural ASPS Insights and Trends Report: Cosmetic Surgery 2022 finds many Americans are now investing in themselves through cosmetic procedures, despite an uncertain economy.
- How plastic surgery can be part of your New Year's resolution January 25 · Daisy Brumby | Freelance Writer
- From practitioner to patient: A plastic surgeon's breast reconstruction story January 20 · Daisy Brumby | Freelance Writer
- Medical tourism: What you need to know about traveling for plastic surgery January 13 · Madison Freeman | ASPS Staff
- Celebrities cause buzz over buccal fat removal surgery – but is it right for you? January 12 · Daisy Brumby | Freelance Writer
One thing patients are usually most interested in knowing about when considering implants is when it will be safe for them to exercise again after their breast augmentation procedure.
- What does TV plastic surgery get right and wrong? February 2 · Michele Manahan, MD | Baltimore, MD
- What can you do to prepare for a breast augmentation consultation? January 23 · Terence M. Myckatyn, MD | St. Louis, MO
- Liposuction vs weight loss: What are the differences? December 20 · Nneamaka A. Nwubah, MD | Nashville, TN
- What kind of breast surgery should you get? December 1 · Shahram Salemy, MD, FACS | Seattle, WA
Emily McLaughlin's breast cancer diagnosis in 2016 transformed her from a practitioner to a patient overnight. As a plastic surgeon, she had reconstructed plenty of breasts affected by cancer. Still, she never guessed that she would need these same surgeries, putting her into a unique category of providers.
An automated pattern recognition tool – developed using artificial intelligence (AI) technology – can detect whether surgery will be effective in reducing pain due to nerve compression headaches, reports a study in the February issue of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery®, the official medical journal of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS).
- 'Reconstructive Burnout' – Study Looks at Patients Who Start Breast Reconstruction After Mastectomy, But Don't Complete It December 28
- Applications to Plastic Surgery Residency Programs Lag Behind Significant Increase in Residency Positions December 28
- ASPS-MTI Plastic Surgery Accelerator Is Expanding for 2023 December 12
- Minor Facial Scars Don't Negatively Affect First Impressions November 29