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  • Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 01/01/1976

    30 Degree Transposition Flap w/M Plasty - Richard Webster, MD

    30 Degree Transposition Flap w/M Plasty for medical students, resident and new physicians.

    Richard Webster

    MD

  • Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 01/01/1976

    75 Degree Transposition Flap w/M Plasty - Richard Webster, MD

    75 Degree Transposition Flap w/M Plasty for medical students, resident and new physicians.

    Richard Webster

    MD

  • Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 08/05/2020

    There are various techniques used to address nasal tip shape and resiliency.

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    Presenter: Jose Enrique Barrera, MD

    This presentation will address indications for dome suture versus need for alteration of the lateral crura and placement of various nasal tip grafts. An approach will be presented from simple techniques to more advanced overlay and tensioning of the lateral crura in achieving aesthetic goals to the nasal tip.

    Jose Enrique Barrera

    MD

    Ada Phillips (Moderator)

    Director of CME and Meetings

  • Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 07/22/2020

    This webinar will include two presentations: "The Illusion of volume loss /the etiology of aging" and "Deep Plane Rhytidectomy to Vertical Platysma Advancements; from novice to expert.

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    Presenter: Neil A. Gordon, MD

    The webinar will present the foundation of facial aging based on multiple published studies on the etiology of facial aging by Neil A Gordon, MD and segue in the second presentation to the concepts of deep-plane rhytidectomy. As one of the pioneers of this technique the academic validity as well as the technique for novices as well as the advancements and nuances for experienced practitioners that created there vertical platysma advancement will be defined in detail.

    Edwin F. Williams, III (Moderator)

    MD

    Neil Gordon

    MD

  • Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 10/27/2017

    Advances in Hair Restoration -Yael Halaas, MD

    2017 AAFPRS Annual Meeting Video Clips - Advances in Hair Restoration -Yael Halaas, MD

    Yael Halaas

    MD

  • Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 01/01/2007

    Aligning the Stars: A History of Modern Rhinoplasty - Robert L. Simons, MD

    Aligning the Stars A History of Modern Rhinoplasty

    Robert L. Simons

    MD

  • Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 01/01/1976

    Angulated Transposition Flaps - Richard Webster, MD

    Angulated Transposition Flaps for medical students, resident and new physicians.

    Richard Webster

    MD

  • Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 01/01/2000

    Arcus Marginalis Release & Orbital Fat Repositioning - Robert Goldberg, MD

    Dr. Goldberg demonstrates his technique for AMR and fat repositioning through a transconjunctival approach. The tape continues as Dr. Goldberg performs an endoscopic midface lift. After patient analysis, utilizing a temporal incision, Dr. Goldberg demonstrates his technique for an endoscopically assisted midface lift using a combination of endoscopic and external views. Pre and postoperative results are shown. Finally, Dr. Goldberg concludes this tape with a SOOF lift with lateral canthoplasty after patient analysis; Dr. Goldberg demonstrates his technique for SOOF lift utilizing a combination of endoscopic and external views. Pre and post operative comparisons are made.

    Robert A. Goldberg

    MD

  • Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 03/30/2004

    Asian Blepharoplasty - Robert Goldberg, MD

    In this DVD, Dr. Goldberg performs a closed blepharoplasty on an Asian patient. He demonstrates his technique for reforming an upper eyelid crease using a non-incisional mattress suture. There is no skin excision; sutures are passed in a form similar to the trail left by a downhill skier. The procedure is done under local anesthesia. Pre and postoperative photos are shown.

    Robert A. Goldberg

    MD

  • Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 01/01/2006

    Autologous Fat Grafting & Facial Rejuvenation - Thomas L. Tzikas, MD

    Autologous fat grafting is a method of rejuvenating the face with soft tissue augmentation. The procedure is very artistic and technique dependent especially in knowing where to inject the fat and how much to inject in order to obtain natural and long term results. The harvesting and injection techniques should also be minimally traumatic. In this DVD, Dr. Tzikas steps the viewer through a pre-op analysis, fat harvesting and injection techniques. He clearly demonstrates areas for fat harvesting and fat injection. He explains the reasons for these choices. He discusses the amount of fat to inject in specific regions of the face. Pre and post operative photos are shown at the conclusion of the case. This menu driven DVD is divided into: a general concepts overview (based on a presentation he gave at the Fall Meeting of the AAFPRS in 2005), pre-operative analysis, marking, fat harvesting, fat separation & preparation, injections and pre-postoperative comparisons.

    Thomas L. Tzakis

    MD