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Progressive Improvement in Midfacial Volume 18 to 24 Months After Simultaneous Fat Grafting and Face

Although many facelift techniques incorporate fat grafting with tissue repositioning and removal, the intermediate and long-term changes in facial volume after these techniques is unknown. While fillers for facial volume have predictable life spans, little is known about the facial volume changes following fat grafting with facelift surgery. This week, IFAAS faculty, Dr. Steven Cohen, shares his findings on Progressive Improvement in Midfacial Volume 18 to 24 Months After Simultaneous Fat Grafting and Facelift: An Insight to Fat Graft Remodelling. Objectives To track the short-term and long-term effects on midfacial volume change. Methods Evaluated a subset of patients who were followed by 3

“Septal T”: A Spacer and Conformer for Properly Contoured Nasal Tip in Rhinoplasty

Achieving an aesthetically pleasing and structurally stable nasal tip is complex. Often than not, such procedures are performed through an open approach that brings into play a vast array of maneuvers and techniques. This week, IFAAS faculty, Dr. Enrico Robotti, shares his exclusive techniques of using the "Septal T" as a Spacer and Conformer for Properly Contoured Nasal Tip in Rhinoplasty. Nose Tip Configuration An ideal nose tip configuration resembles a gently opened diamond and it is important to note that the shape of the nose tip depends primarily on the appropriate suturing maneuvers, followed secondarily by the infralobular contour, before it can be finalised through the use of the “

Biofilling and Biocontouring with Milli, Micro & Nano Fat

Facial aging is complex. To deliver the best anti-ageing result in the face, a surgeon has to address and treat photo-damage, volume loss, and soft tissue laxity simultaneously. By improving volume at earlier ages with biomaterials such as with a patient’s own fat, it is possible for a surgeon to stimulate angiogenesis as well as sustain volume augmentation to help tissue regeneration and possibly prevent/decelerate ageing at cellular level. This week, IFAAS faculty, Dr. Steven R. Cohen shares his findings in Regenerative Cells For Facial Surgery: Biofilling and Biocontouring with Milli Fat, Micro Fat & Nano Fat. Regenerative Cells - Stromal Vascul Fraction (SVF) Regenerative cells found in

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