Article Tagged ‘ Plastic Surgery ’

SMASectomy: Safe and Predictable Deep Tissue Management with Facelift

Old school facelifts involved “skin only” treatments meaning that incisions were made, the skin was stretched and the excess was cut off.  Although this looked good at first, it was not stable or lasting as skin stretches.  The SMAS (Superficial Musculoaponeurotic System) is a group of tissues deep in the face that becomes loose with […]

My Recent Trip to Asia

At the meeting Lecturing in Korea Lecturing in Tokyo Japanese Shrine I have had the pleasure and honor to lecture on 6 continents. My prior trip to Asia was lecturing in Istanbul, Turkey. Several weeks ago April and I departed for South Korea and Japan. I have to say that going to Korea several weeks […]

Subcision for Scars and a Review of a New Device

Subcision is a treatment used to undermine scars and facilitate surgical dissection.  Dr. Niamtu discusses and demonstrates subcision techniques for acne scars, nasolabial fold rejuvenation and facelift predissection.   This video contains live surgical footage and view discretion should be used. For more information about cosmetic facial surgery visit www.lovethatface.com Joe Niamtu, III DMD Cosmetic […]

Having a Facelift was one of the Best Decisions I have Made

One of our favorite patients discusses her cosmetic facial surgery experience with Dr. Niamtu.  This patient underwent facelift, eyelid surgery and chin implant.  It is our honor to have such wonderful patients. For more information about facelift surgery or Dr. Joe Niamtu, III visit www.lovethatface.com  

Dr. Niamtu named to Scientific Advisory Committee for the 2017 Aesthetic Show

I lecture at numerous meetings each year, and The Aesthetic Show is one of the most fun.  As the name states, it is a hybrid between the art, science and glamour of aesthetic surgery and medicine.  The Aesthetic Show is held each year in  Las Vegas under the direction of Michael Moretti and chaired by […]

“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 […]

Anti-Stick Solution for Electrosurgical Instruments

This blog is obviously aimed at surgeons and discusses the prevention of char debris and improved ergonomics when using electrosurgical and cauterization devices. Dor more information about cosmetic facial surgery by Dr. Joe Niamtu visit www.lovethatface.com

Restylane Refyne and Restylane Defyne: A New Generation Injectable Fillers

Restylane has released two new filler products designed to fill and plump ares of the face where movement occurs.  These new fillers add to the options for surgeons and patients and are representative of “designer” fillers that use technology to craft better products.  These are FDA approved fillers that last up to a year in […]

How Otoplasty Changed a Patient’s Life

Although much of the visible reward of my job is immediate, sometimes great things don’t happen immediately.  Cosmetic facial surgery not only makes people look better, it also makes them feel better about themselves.  When I get a letter like the one below, it truly underlines why I love my profession.  There are few better […]

A Nice Case on A Wonderful Young Lady

Protruding ears are one of the biggest sources of peer ridicule that occur during elementary school years.  Bullying and ridicule can cause children to withdraw and affect their body image and self-confidence for a lifetime. I was my pleasure to assist this young lady with her protruding ears.  I am proud of the physical result […]