ASPS Plastic Surgery News
Facial recognition technology can quantify how effectively your procedure has refreshed your appearance. It may also help a surgeon assess a patient's pain level during surgery. Ask your plastic surgeon how your procedure may impact life in the digital world.
What can you do to fix a botched injectable treatment, and is there any way to prevent being unhappy with your results in the first place?
- What will your mommy makeover scars look like? July 13 · Scot A. Martin, MD | Las Cruces, NM
- What does "drop and fluff" mean after breast augmentation? July 5 · Eric R. Mariotti, MD | Concord, CA
- Scar Treatment 101: What are the first steps? June 9 · Samuel J. Lin, MD & Eric Shiah, BA | Boston, MA
- What you need to know about a neck lifts June 3 · Shahram Salemy, MD, FACS | Seattle, WA
Only six percent of women with silicone breast implants followed the previous U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recommendation for regular magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) screening, suggests a study in the August issue of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery®, the official medical journal of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS).
- What Are the Most Attractive Lips? More Attention Doesn’t Mean Most Beautiful July 27
- For Women Choosing a Breast Reconstruction Surgeon, Reputation Outweighs Demographics June 29
- Women's Satisfaction After Breast Reconstruction Varies With Quality of Life Ratings June 29
- American Society of Plastic Surgery's "By Design: Breast Reconstruction Surgery," Honored with Gold Telly in the 43rd Annual Telly Awards June 15