ASPS Plastic Surgery Vlog
In the latest Plastic Surgeons Talking About Their Plastic Surgery, Karen Horton, MD, shares her own breast augmentation journey with Jamie Moenster, DO, discussing why the subglandular position was best for her and why she's feeling more proportional.
A successful recovery is an essential part of a successful procedure. ASPS members' innovations in long-lasting anesthetics will help relieve symptoms of nausea and stomach pain (and potentially reduce opioid dependence) while helping patients return to normal activities sooner and more safely.
From women in their teens seeking rhinoplasty to women in their mid-30s looking for rejuvenation after childbirth to post-menopausal women wanting the glow back in their skin, Aviva Preminger, MD, talks plastic surgery through the years.
Facial feminization surgery is always tailored to the individual, but as ASPS member Justine Lee, MD, PhD, explains there are general characteristics such as hairline, brow bones, cheeks and jawline that many patients note and plastic surgeons plan for.
Retinols help improve fine lines, acne and skin pigmentation; but, not all retinols are created equally. The revitalizing effects of retinols are creating so many questions that Ashley Amalfi, MD, and Smita Ramanadham, MD, took about two minutes to help you sort some of it out.
How can you determine the way back to a youthful-looking chest – breast augmentation, breast lift or both? Our plastic surgeons discuss the options and help you decide which is the best for your body type and your goals.
As new procedures emerge, plastic surgeons are offering more options than ever before. ASPS members are also measuring patient reported outcomes to discover what patients really want so they can guide us into the future.
All fat is bad. Plastic surgery is scarless. Fat returns after liposuction. Watch as we demystify these misconceptions with ASPS members Aviva Preminger, MD, and Susan MacLennan, MD.
Do you remember your first time? ASPS members chat about their first day in private practice, their first time in charge of the OR and their first incision. WARNING: Not approved for AC/DC fans.
Studies using eye-tracking are providing a more objectivity for determining which breast areas are most attractive, which may to improve surgical outcomes.