I often have patients in the office or at a seminar ask, "How many cosmetic procedures can be done at once?" And the short answer is, "It depends." The longer answer revolves around a few things. First, are the areas of the body that you want to treat in close proximity?...
The Educational and Research Foundation for the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery would like to remind Academy members that there is still time in 2015 to apply for the AAFPRS Clinical Investigation...
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One of the foundations of surgery is that doctors must create trauma to heal trauma. The same may now be said for male pattern baldness, as researchers from the University of Southern California have found through plucking mouse hairs...
Russian scientists have created a new biological material they called "bone cement," which after 3-D printing into a fracture or a crack, completely dissolves over time, while in its place the human body regenerates the missing part of the bone tissue.
The AAFPRS recently created and distributed to media an Aging Face infographic, which breaks down and provides a quick snapshot of America's most coveted solutions for sagging, volume loss, fine lines and other signs of aging on our face. Members are encouraged to use this...
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