Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Norwegian Cruise Lecture

While still on the American Society For Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Norwegian cruise, I gave a second lecture on rhinoplasty and the importance of recognizing the limits of the skin.  So much attention is paid to the nasal skeleton, manipulating it with sutures and struts, that not enough attention is placed on the skin, which limits […]

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ASAPS Cruise to the Norwegian Fjords

Charlotte and I just returned from a cruise sponsored by the American Society For Aesthetic Plastic Surgery that began in Southampton, England, and traveled to Scotland and into the Norwegian fjords.  There were 7 different ‘ports of call’ on this Oceania Cruise itinerary, and during the 3 days we were at sea, the educational meeting […]

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Facial Analysis Research

I have often been struck by the differences in facial expressions between revision rhinoplasty patients who were later happy with their surgical results, compared to patients who were later unhappy. The unhappy patients have a non-engaged, defocused, unhappy appearance around their eyes. We have commonly observed that a patient’s eyes reveal a great deal about […]

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The Face of Trauma

My third book, The Face of Trauma, is in its revision phase now, with only one chapter left to write and my recent research data to be added. The details of putting all the pieces into a book, photographs, consents, legends, and of course editing, always take more time than I anticipate. Yet I like […]

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The Rhinoplasty Society Meeting

My wife and I attended the annual meeting of The Rhinoplasty Society, of which I was a founding member more than twenty years ago and President in 2000 to 2001. This was our biggest attendance ever, and is a wonderful conjoined meeting of both plastic and reconstructive surgeons and facial plastic surgeons, which is exactly […]

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