ASPS Plastic Surgery News
Facial fat is precious: Why your plastic surgeon shouldn't be too aggressive with buccal fat removalSeptember 15 · Gabby Shacknai | Freelance Writer
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.
Weight loss became a focus for some during quarantine, and many are predicting that plastic surgery after weight loss may be the new trend in 2022.
- Body positivity and plastic surgery October 19 · Ashley Amalfi, MD | Rochester, NY
- How working from home is fueling a desire for facial plastic surgery October 7 · Drew J. Davis, MD | Folsom, CA
- Can stress affect our skin? September 29 · Sara R. Dickie, MD | Skokie, IL
- If you start injectables young, can you prevent aging? September 22 · Eric Chang, MD | Columbia, MD
The American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS), the world's largest organization of board-certified plastic surgeons, named J. Peter Rubin, MD, MBA, FACS, as its new president.
- The Plastic Surgery Foundation Elects Bernard T. Lee, MD, MBA, MPH, FACS, as President November 1
- Did Your Plastic Surgeon Really Turn Back the Clock by 10 Years? Artificial Intelligence May Be Able to Quantify How Young You Actually Look June 30
- Checking Out Plastic Surgeons on Instagram? You May Need to Check Your Bias Too May 26
- Injectable Dermal Fillers Don't Just Fill – They Also Lift, New Study Suggests April 27