The American Society of Plastic Surgeons and The Plastic Surgery Foundation stand in unity with the Council of Medical Specialty Societies and the 800,000 physicians across 45 medical specialties that deplore the negative impact of racism in our nation and of racial inequities in our healthcare system.
ASPS Plastic Surgery News
The things that you do leading up to your liposuction procedure have the potential to greatly impact your surgery results. So, what is it that you should do before liposuction?
- Frequently asked rhinoplasty questions May 20 · Shahram Salemy, MD FACS | Seattle, WA
- What is a breast reduction and what are the benefits of this procedure? May 12 · Anthony Terrasse, MD | Lake Forest, IL
- The impact of COVID-19 on gender dysphoria patients May 5 · Cristiane Ueno, MD | Tacoma, WA
- How to maintain injectable results while under quarantine April 14 · Josef Hadeed, MD, FACS | Beverly Hills, CA
American Society of Plastic Surgeons Releases New Guidance for Resuming Elective Procedures Amid COVID-19June 1
As plastic surgeons prepare to resume elective procedures, ASPS is providing its nearly 8,000 members essential tools and resources, including a comprehensive playbook with enhanced patient and staff safety protocols.
- New Study Evaluates Facial Feminization Outcomes, Benefits for Transgender Women May 27
- Stem Cell Treatments 'Go Deep' to Regenerate Sun-Damaged Skin May 27
- How Your Race, Age and Income Motivate Your Pursuit of Cosmetic Surgery April 30
- New Therapeutic Approach to Facial Feminization Surgery for Transgender Women March 30