Facial allotransplantation has transformed the future of patients with severe facial disfigurement by allowing for nearly normal facial restoration. Since 2005, at least 21 facial allotransplantations have been performed worldwide, with an estimated 90 percent overall success...
In a discovery that could lead to new treatments for individuals who have hair and scalp disorders, a team of researchers have honed in on the growth factor responsible for helping hair follicles form and regenerate during the wound-healing process.
Facial fractures are relatively common, and potentially serious, sports-related injuries among children participating in a wide range of sports, according to a study in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, the official...
Plan now to attend the AAFPRS Fall Meeting Oct. 19-21 in New Orleans, separate from the AAO-HNSF meeting. Please note that the AAFPRS meeting will not be held in Vancouver, British Columbia, alongside the AAO-HNSF Annual Meeting. Click here for details.
This meeting will offer more than 150 hours of CME activities in facial plastic surgery from world renowned experts in facial plastic surgery, plastic surgery, cosmetic dermatology, oculoplastic surgery and maxillofacial surgery from...
The only thing more eye-catching than a nose that hereditarily is too large is showcasing a nose that is lovely, but clearly not yours. Most nose surgery candidates today desire a natural-looking nose that will bring better balance to their facial anatomy.
There is one thing that wrinkles, drooping jowls and sagging facial skin does for a person's appearance: makes her look older than she actually is. Although scientists are still looking for ways to put time in reverse, many individuals tend not to wait for some miracle cream...
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