Posts Tagged ‘ III ’

“Hairstyle Freedom” after Otoplasty

Protruding ears are a big problem for many children and adults.  This deformity can result in bullying, lack of self confidence and the inability to wear ones hair short.  Many children and adults wear their hair long to hide the protruding ears.  It is rewarding as a surgeon to see many male and patients return […]

Kybella is Here; the first non-surgical treatment for double chins

I have never reposted a post but am doing it today.  With the coverage of Kybella on the many of the morning and news shows this AM, I have received many inquiries about this new treatment. This video tells the entire story.  I am one of the few certified Kybella trainers in Virginia and have […]

The Diagnosis and Treatment of Protruding Ears

Protruding ears are a physical and social problem that affects children (and later adults) and is a common deformity.  Children are often teased and or bullied by peers and this can affect the child’s self-esteem and produce body image disorder that can last a lifetime. Otoplasty is one of my favorite operations and it is […]

Argentina: a surgical trip of a lifetime

My academic cosmetic surgery travels have taken me to six continents over the past 15 years and I have been lucky to share the beauty and friendship of many countries.  This summer I lectured in Turkey and had an awesome trip.  Last week, I returned from Buenos Aires Argentina with phenomenal experience and memories. I […]