ASPS Plastic Surgery Vlog
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.
What makes the female breast attractive? The answer is subjective, of course. But studies using eye-tracking technology are providing a more objective basis for determining which breast areas are most attractive – which may help to improve surgical outcomes.
A breast reconstruction follow-up. A neck lift or liposuction consultation. A breast reduction follow-up. A breast lift consultation. Even a lunchtime procedure for the plastic surgeon herself. Step inside the office of Karen Horton, MD.
What's the benefit of consulting with a plastic surgeon who has had plastic surgery? "Been there. Done that." says Patricia McGuire, MD.
Whether for reconstruction or aesthetic patients, implants are very useful in changing the volume and shape of the breast; however, implants should not be considered lifetime devices.
Breast lifts, unlike breast reductions or breast augmentations, can be a great option for women who struggle with flat or drooping-shaped breasts, downward pointed nipples, stretched out skin or unevenness.
On an office visit with ASPS member, Dr. Aviva Preminger, you'll get what's trending in plastic surgery, like radiofrequency-based devices for noninvasive fat removal. There's also the best skin care advice you'll ever receive and a reminder that honesty is the best policy.
How do you relate to your plastic surgeon? Their openness and understanding can be as important as their knowledge and experience. Sarah Dickie, MD, and Michelle Roughton, MD, give you a glimpse into the surgical and nonsurgical procedures they had and why they had them.