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Creator: Baker Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery
Duration: 16:13
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery September 2016, Volume 138, Issue 3;
This video is a demonstration of a primary rhinoplasty using open structure rhinoplasty techniques. The case involves dorsal hump reduction with placement of spreader grafts, placement of caudal septal extension graft, lateral crural strut grafts and onlay grafting. The case demonstrates use of structural grafting to stabilize a nose and maximize the nasal airway. Baker Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery.
Creator: Baker Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery
Duration: 13:02
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery October 2016, Volume 138, Issue 4;
This surgery video discusses Dr. Mendieta’s technique in liposculpting and fat grafting to the buttock. A 3-dimensional approach to gluteal contouring. This procedure is about shape, form and - while it can be about size - the main directive is to sculpt and rejuvenate the buttock and body while creating a silhouette. Baker Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery.
Creator: Baker Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery
Duration: 22:14
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery March 2017, Volume 139, Issue 3;
The role of the open approach in rhinoplasty Is to allow both the perfect anatomic exposure to the nasal tip and dorsum. It also provides the rhinoplasty surgeon with so many excellent options to reshape, to reconstruct, and to restore the nose in a natural manner without the use of palpable or visible tip or dorsal grafts. These suture techniques or invisible grafts allow for improved and more natural long-term results in modern primary rhinoplasty.

This lecture delineates the rationale, the approach, and the finesse in how to do a graduated approach to nasal tip reshaping using sutures and when alar contour grafts are needed to restore the nasal tip and alar rims in a natural manner. The goal is to use the native lower lateral cartilages and reshape them using a variety of suture techniques based upon a concise pre-operative nasal analysis.

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Creator: Baker Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery
Duration: 12:16
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery December 2016, Volume 138, Issue 6;
In this video, the technique of circumvertical mastopexy with the interlocking suture technique is presented for revisional augmentation mastopexy. The role of fat grafting to the breast is presented. Part 1 of 3.
Creator: Rod J. Rohrich, MD
Duration: 2:10
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
In this video, Rod J. Rohrich, MD, Editor-in-Chief of “Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery” talks about the differences between Round and Anatomical Implants—and if there is an aesthetic preference between the two. This article appears in the March 2017 issue of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Volume 139 Issue 3, “Intraoperative Comparison of Anatomical versus Round Implants in Breast Augmentation: A Randomized Controlled Trial” By Hidalgo et al.
Creator: Jean Carruthers, MD, FRCSC, FRC (OPHTH)
Duration: 4:29
In this video, Dr. Jean Carruthers discusses the article, “Anatomy of the Facial Danger Zones: Maximizing Safety During Soft-Tissue Filler Injections” by Scheuer et al. appearing in the January 2017 issue of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Volume 139 Issue 1.
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Creator: Baker Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery
Duration: 14:23
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery February 2017, Volume 139, Issue 2;
The Jelks Hybrid Blepharoplasty. This video demonstrates upper and lower blepharoplasty with lateral upper eyelid access for lower eyelid retroseptal fat excision, retinacular canthopexy, pinch lower eyelid skin excision, preseptal orbicularis oculi muscle and anterior orbital septal access for lower eyelid fat excision, facial compartmental autologous fat augmentation.Part 2 of 3.Baker Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery.
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Creator: Baker Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery
Duration: 13:53
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery February 2017, Volume 139, Issue 2;
The Jelks Hybrid Blepharoplasty. This video demonstrates upper and lower blepharoplasty with lateral upper eyelid access for lower eyelid retroseptal fat excision, retinacular canthopexy, pinch lower eyelid skin excision, preseptal orbicularis oculi muscle and anterior orbital septal access for lower eyelid fat excision, facial compartmental autologous fat augmentation.Part 3 of 3.Baker Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery.
Creator: Baker Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery
Duration: 12:49
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery October 2016, Volume 138, Issue 4;
This surgery video discusses Dr. Mendieta’s technique in liposculpting and fat grafting to the buttock. A 3-dimensional approach to gluteal contouring. This procedure is about shape, form and - while it can be about size - the main directive is to sculpt and rejuvenate the buttock and body while creating a silhouette. Baker Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery.
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Creator: Baker Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery
Duration: 21:33
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery September 2016, Volume 138, Issue 3;
This video is a demonstration of a primary rhinoplasty using open structure rhinoplasty techniques. The case involves dorsal hump reduction with placement of spreader grafts, placement of caudal septal extension graft, lateral crural strut grafts and onlay grafting. The case demonstrates use of structural grafting to stabilize a nose and maximize the nasal airway. Baker Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery.
Creator: David Sieber and Jack Scheuer
Duration: 07:22
This video demonstrates the facial danger zones anatomy in a cadaver. From “Anatomy of the Facial Danger Zones: Maximizing Safety During Soft Tissue Filler Injections.” Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery: January 2017 - 139 (1).
Creator: Shai M. Rozen
Duration: 13:10
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
This video demonstrates Facial reanimation with a functional muscle transfer in the setting of long-term facial palsy. From “Facial reanimation: Basic surgical tools and creation of an effective toolbox for treating patients with facial paralysis.” Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery: March 2017 - 139 (3).
Creator: Baker Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery
Duration: 27:05
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery October 2016, Volume 138, Issue 4;
This lecture discusses a roadmap to gluteal contouring. It defines the surface anatomy of the buttock that helps guide us in understanding an area of the body that has been ignored for the history of our specialty. The lecture is extensive and will cement in your mind how to approach and understand gluteal sculpting. Baker Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery.
Creator: Baker Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery
Duration: 24:38
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery

Lipoabdominoplasty represents a change of traditional concepts about undermining. It can be performed through limited undermining, by using a liposuction cannula to move the flap down.

Before this new concept, it wasn’t safe to perform lipoplasty and abdominoplasty at the same surgical time.

In this lecture we can see that now it is quite safe to perform them together and even get better results because this approach preserves almost all perforating vessels of the abdomen, branches of the deep epigastrics – superior and inferior ones.

Also it maintains all abdominal anatomic structures, including the Scarpa fascia, which has a fundamental importance to decrease the postoperative edema, because the lymphatic vessels are preserved.

Finally, it results in fewer complications and surgical revisions.

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Creator: Woffles TL Wu MBBS, FRCS(Edin), FAMS(Plastic Surg)
Duration: 14:48
This video demonstrates Dr. Wu’s Microbotox injection technique for the lower face and neck. Microbotox is the injection of multiple microdroplets of diluted OnabotulinumtoxinA into the dermis or the interface between the dermis and the superficial layer of facial muscles. The intention is to decrease sweat and sebaceous gland activity in order to improve skin texture and sheen as well as to target the superficial layer of muscles that find attachment to the undersurface of the dermis causing visible rhytids. From the PRS supplement, “Soft Tissue Fillers and Neuromodulators: International and Multidisciplinary Perspectives” (vol 136, issue 5s). The techniques presented in this supplement to Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery do not necessarily represent best practices or endorsed techniques of the Guest Editors, Editor-in-Chief, Editorial Board, American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) or Wolters Kluwer Health. The videos in this supplement are intended to provide multidisciplinary, international perspectives on how specific Soft Tissue Filler and Neuromodulator products are being used by board-certified plastic surgeons, dermatologists, facial plastic surgeons, and oculoplastic surgeons worldwide and may contain off-label uses in your region. It is recommended that these techniques only be administered by board-certified physicians who are core-trained in cosmetic medicine and according to the product labeling recommended by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Publication of these supplements does not constitute product or sponsor endorsement by Journal or ASPS.
Creator: Baker Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery
Duration: 19:37
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery October 2015, Volume 136, Issue 4;
This video demonstrates highlights of facelift surgery including the use of tumescent infiltration, 500-700ccs of the face and neck, lipo-dissection (tunneling) of the neck for wide-undermining, and perforator preservation. The extended SMAS elevation typically avoids the need and is counterproductive to platysma plication. Finally, moderate volume fat grafting is critical for volume restoration and facial shaping. These procedures facilitate one another for an effective and efficient facelift.

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Creator: Rod J. Rohrich, MD
Duration: 1:46
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
In this video, Rod J. Rohrich, MD, Editor-in-Chief of “Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery” discusses the development of Transgender surgery and the rise in demand for Female to Male genital surgeries. This article appears in the March 2017 issue of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Volume 139 Issue 3, “An Update on Genital Reconstruction Options for the Female-to-Male Transgender Patient: A Review of the Literature” By Frey et al.
Creator: Rod J. Rohrich, MD
Duration: 1:24
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
In this video, Rod J. Rohrich, MD, Editor-in-Chief of “Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery” discusses a new innovations that will reduce the need of surgery for infant ear defects. This article appears in the March 2017 issue of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Volume 139 Issue 3, “Classification of Newborn Ear Malformations and their Treatment with the EarWell Infant Ear Correction System” By Daniali et al.
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Creator: Baker Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery
Duration: 21:54
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery September 2016, Volume 138, Issue 3;
This video is a demonstration of a primary rhinoplasty using open structure rhinoplasty techniques. The case involves dorsal hump reduction with placement of spreader grafts, placement of caudal septal extension graft, lateral crural strut grafts and onlay grafting. The case demonstrates use of structural grafting to stabilize a nose and maximize the nasal airway. Baker Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery.
Creator: Baker Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery
Duration: 11:29
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery December 2016, Volume 138, Issue 6;
In this video, the technique of circumvertical mastopexy with the interlocking suture technique is presented for revisional augmentation mastopexy. The role of fat grafting to the breast is presented. Part 2 of 3.
Creator: Baker Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery
Duration: 16:10
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery January 2017, Volume 139, Issue 1;
This video demonstrates the extended SMAS technique for facial rejuvenation. Pertinent anatomic considerations regarding both the subcutaneous facial fat compartments as well as subSMAS anatomy are described to ensure both safety and precision in restoring facial shape. Cervical contouring through anterior plastysmaplasty is demonstrated as is the use of autologous fat injection to the perioral and deep malar compartments. Part 3 of 3.

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Creator: Baker Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery
Duration: 23:37
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery December 2016, Volume 138, Issue 6;
In this lecture, issues related to technical maneuvers in breast augmentation are discussed that can lead to greater consistency and better aesthetic results. Particular attention is given to manipulation of the pectoralis major muscle in an attempt to create a more aesthetic shape.
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Creator: Baker Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery
Duration: 20:10
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery October 2015, Volume 136, Issue 4;
This video demonstrates highlights of facelift surgery including the use of tumescent infiltration, 500-700ccs of the face and neck, lipo-dissection (tunneling) of the neck for wide-undermining, and perforator preservation. The extended SMAS elevation typically avoids the need and is counterproductive to platysma plication. Finally, moderate volume fat grafting is critical for volume restoration and facial shaping. These procedures facilitate one another for an effective and efficient facelift.

Baker Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery.
Creator: Baker Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery
Duration: 20:02
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
This primary rhinoplasty done via an open approach demonstrates the component dorsal reduction approach to rhinoplasty and it exemplifies the use and role of invisible grafts such as a columellar strut graft to reshape the nasal tip area. Non-destructive suture techniques are used to reshape and refine the nasal tip. Alar contour grafts are used to prevent long term alar rim collapse in the primary open rhinoplasty patient. All these techniques can be used in most primary rhinoplasty patients with excellent reproducible outcomes. Baker Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery.
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Creator: Elizabeth Hall-Findlay, MD
Duration: 11:08
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
In this video Dr Hall-Findlay shows the dissection for mastopexy, including inferior flap rearrangement, superior pedicle and vertical skin resection. From the “Breast Deformities and Mastopexy” CME, April 2011. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. Presented with Permission from Elizabeth Hall-Findlay, MD and Tracker Productions, Banff, AB, Canada
Creator: Albert Woo
Duration: 5:11
Demonstrates overlapping intravelar veloplasty and closure of the oral mucosa. “Evidence Based Medicine - Cleft Palate.” Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery: January 2017 – 139(1). MOC.
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Creator: Baker Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery
Duration: 19:33
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery October 2015, Volume 136, Issue 4;
This video demonstrates highlights of facelift surgery including the use of tumescent infiltration, 500-700ccs of the face and neck, lipo-dissection (tunneling) of the neck for wide-undermining, and perforator preservation. The extended SMAS elevation typically avoids the need and is counterproductive to platysma plication. Finally, moderate volume fat grafting is critical for volume restoration and facial shaping. These procedures facilitate one another for an effective and efficient facelift.

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Creator: Rod J. Rohrich, MD
Duration: 2:12
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
In this video, Rod J. Rohrich, MD, Editor-in-Chief of “Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery” touches on some of the reasons why women are less likely to negotiate in their careers than men, and how to combat this problem.This article appears in the March 2017 issue of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Volume 139 Issue 3, “Learning How to Ask: Women and Negotiation” By Fischer et al.
Creator: Baker Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery
Duration: 14:56
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery December 2016, Volume 138, Issue 6;
In this video, the technique of circumvertical mastopexy with the interlocking suture technique is presented for revisional augmentation mastopexy. The role of fat grafting to the breast is presented. Part 3 of 3.
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Creator: Charles H Thorne, MD
Duration: 15:16
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
In this video Dr. Thorne demonstrates his otoplasty technique. Reused with permission from Thorne, C. “Otoplasty. ”Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 122(1): 291, July. 2008. From the “Ear Deformities, Otoplasty and Ear Reconstruction” CME, April 2012. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.
Creator: Rod J. Rohrich, MD
Duration: 4:02

This month Rod J. Rohrich, MD, Editor-in-Chief of "Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery," discusses two articles on the hot topic of gynecomastia. The first article looks at a new procedure for gynecomstia in massive weight loss patients. The second article discusses the intricacies associated with gynecomastia in body builders. Volume 135, Issue 1.

“Boomerang Pattern Correction of Gynecomastia” by Hurwitz; “Correction of Gynecomstia in Body Builders and Patients with Good Physique” by Blau et al.
All content is available at http://prsjournal.com

For consumer information on plastic surgery and to find a board certified plastic surgeon in your area visit http://plasticsurgery.org
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Creator: Baker Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery
Duration: 12:39
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
Part 1 of 3. This video demonstrates a circumferential truncal rejuvenation procedure by performing by incorporating a full abdominoplasty with excision of sub-Scarpal fat, concurrently with circumferential SAFELipo. The three-step process of SAFELipo allows complete, circumferential liposuction of the entire trunk including the area of the abdominoplasty flap, without disrupting the vascular supply of the flap. Excision of the sub-Scarpal fat of the abdominoplasty flap eliminates the parasitic deep fat, decreasing the metabolic load on the flap. These techniques allow for a circumferential rejuvenation of the entirety of the trunk while minimizing complications.

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Creator: Elizabeth Hall-Findlay, MD
Duration: 12:17
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
In this video Dr Hall Findlay shows the skin closure and liposuction for mastopexy. From the “Breast Deformities and Mastopexy” CME, April 2011. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. Presented with Permission from Elizabeth Hall-Findlay, MD and Tracker Productions, Banff, AB, Canada
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Creator: Elizabeth Hall Findlay, MD
Duration: 10:40
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
In this video Dr Hall Findlay shows the marking of the breast for mastopexy and reduction. From the “Breast Deformities and Mastopexy” CME, April 2011. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. Presented with Permission from Elizabeth Hall-Findlay, MD and Tracker Productions, Banff, AB, Canada
Creator: Shai Rozen
Duration: 13:46
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
This video demonstrates Facial reanimation with a functional muscle transfer in the setting of long-term facial palsy. From “Facial reanimation: Basic surgical tools and creation of an effective toolbox for treating patients with facial paralysis.” Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery: February 2017 - 139 (2)
Creator: Rod J. Rohrich, MD
Duration: 1:26
In this video, Rod J. Rohrich, MD, Editor-in-Chief of “Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery” discusses the safety of Fat Transfer after Mastectomy vs. traditional reconstruction surgery.

This article appears in the January, 2017 issue of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Volume 139 Issue 1, “Cancer Recurrence after Fat Transfer: A Multicenter Case-Cohort Study” By Myckatyn et al.
Creator: Baker Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery
Duration: 10:45
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
This video is from the 34th Annual Baker and Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery in 2000. During this procedure, Dr. Jelks describes his approach to upper and lower blepharoplasty, including the transconjunctival approach to contouring lower lid fat. The anatomy and technical nuances of retinacular canthopexy are demonstrated.

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Creator: Luis Capitán
Duration: 1:37
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
This video demonstrates the Posterior coronal approach. Modified coronal approach at the temporoparietooccipital level (posterior), obtaining the strip. From “Facial Feminization Surgery: Simultaneous Hair Transplant during Forehead Reconstruction.” Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery: March 2017 – 139(3)
Creator: Mario Pelle-Ceravolo
Duration: 0:20
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
This video shows the Rationale of Applying the Traction on the MidBody of the Platysma via Animation. From “Treatment of anterior neck aging without a submental approach: Lateral Skin-platysma Displacement (LSD), a new and proven technique for platysma bands and skin laxity.” Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery: February 2017 - 139(2).
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Creator: Baker Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery
Duration: 13:15
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
Part 3 of 3. This video demonstrates a circumferential truncal rejuvenation procedure by performing by incorporating a full abdominoplasty with excision of sub-Scarpal fat, concurrently with circumferential SAFELipo. The three-step process of SAFELipo allows complete, circumferential liposuction of the entire trunk including the area of the abdominoplasty flap, without disrupting the vascular supply of the flap. Excision of the sub-Scarpal fat of the abdominoplasty flap eliminates the parasitic deep fat, decreasing the metabolic load on the flap. These techniques allow for a circumferential rejuvenation of the entirety of the trunk while minimizing complications.

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Creator: Luis Capitán
Duration: 2:43
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
This video demonstrates the Step-by-step 3D animated video of the forehead reconstruction and simultaneous hair transplant technique. From “Facial Feminization Surgery: Simultaneous Hair Transplant during Forehead Reconstruction.” Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery: March 2017 – 139(3)
Creator: James Zins
Duration: 1:46
An example of a lateral canthopexy technique. From “Evidence Based Medicine - Blepharoplasty.” Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery: January 2017 – 139(1). MOC.
Creator: Mark Codner
Duration: 2:08
Marking and elevation of the high-SMAS flap atop the parotid-masseteric fascia. From “Evidence Based Medicine – Face Lift.” Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery: January 2017 – 139(1). MOC.
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Creator: Elizabeth Hall-Findlay
Duration: 10:54
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
This video displays inverted T inferior pedicle markings and surgery. From the CME article “Current Concepts in Breast Reduction” in the October 2015 issue of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.
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Creator: Baker Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery
Duration: 12:14
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
Part 2 of 3. This video demonstrates a circumferential truncal rejuvenation procedure by performing by incorporating a full abdominoplasty with excision of sub-Scarpal fat, concurrently with circumferential SAFELipo. The three-step process of SAFELipo allows complete, circumferential liposuction of the entire trunk including the area of the abdominoplasty flap, without disrupting the vascular supply of the flap. Excision of the sub-Scarpal fat of the abdominoplasty flap eliminates the parasitic deep fat, decreasing the metabolic load on the flap. These techniques allow for a circumferential rejuvenation of the entirety of the trunk while minimizing complications.

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Creator: Mario Pelle-Ceravolo
Duration: 0:49
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
This video shows Placing the Cable Sutures. From “Treatment of anterior neck aging without a submental approach: Lateral Skin-platysma Displacement (LSD), a new and proven technique for platysma bands and skin laxity.” Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery: February 2017 - 139(2).
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Creator: Baker Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery
Duration: 23:33
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery

Part 2 of 2. In this video, William P. Adams, Jr., MD demonstrates the correction of the constricted lower pole breast using a refined surgical technique for the live audience at Baker Gordon 2015.

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Creator: Albert Woo
Duration: 3:22
Dissection of the hard palate with a modified two-flap palatoplasty technique. From “Evidence Based Medicine - Cleft Palate.” Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery: January 2017 – 139(1). MOC.
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Creator: Baker Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery
Duration: 21:13
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery

Part 1 of 2. In this video, William P. Adams, Jr., MD demonstrates the correction of the constricted lower pole breast using a refined surgical technique for the live audience at Baker Gordon 2015.

Baker Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery.

Creator: James Zins
Duration: 4:07
Cadaver dissection demonstrating tarsal strip canthoplasty. From “Evidence Based Medicine - Blepharoplasty.” Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery: January 2017 – 139(1). MOC.
Creator: Rod J. Rohrich, MD
Duration: 1:52
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
In this video, Rod J. Rohrich, MD, Editor-in-Chief of “Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery” touches on the risks and complications associated with smoking in all areas of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.This article appears in the February, 2017 issue of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Volume 139 Issue 2, “The Association between Smoking and Plastic Surgery Outcomes in 40,465 Patient: An Analysis of the American College of Surgeons National Surgical Quality Improvement Program Data Sets” By Goltsman et al.
Creator: Mario Pelle-Ceravolo
Duration: 0:48
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
This video shows the Incising, Undermining and Transecting the platysma. From “Treatment of anterior neck aging without a submental approach: Lateral Skin-platysma Displacement (LSD), a new and proven technique for platysma bands and skin laxity.” Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery: February 2017 - 139(2).
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Creator: Baker Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery
Duration: 17:51
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery April 2015, Volume 135, Issue 4;
Part 2 of 2. To restore the abdominal silhouette in the female patient, the key to consistency is accurate preoperative analysis. This lecture will focus on examining zonal lipodystrophy and its correction through combined circumferential liposuction and abdominoplasty. The technical aspects of combining these two treatment modalities will be examined.

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Creator: Arthur Swift, MD, CM, FRCS (C)
Duration: 5:05
This video demonstrates Dr. Arthur Swift’s personal “one up, one over” technique to treat signs of aging in the temple hollows. From the PRS supplement, “Soft Tissue Fillers and Neuromodulators: International and Multidisciplinary Perspectives” (vol 136, issue 5s). The techniques presented in this supplement to Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery do not necessarily represent best practices or endorsed techniques of the Guest Editors, Editor-in-Chief, Editorial Board, American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) or Wolters Kluwer Health. The videos in this supplement are intended to provide multidisciplinary, international perspectives on how specific Soft Tissue Filler and Neuromodulator products are being used by board-certified plastic surgeons, dermatologists, facial plastic surgeons, and oculoplastic surgeons worldwide and may contain off-label uses in your region. It is recommended that these techniques only be administered by board-certified physicians who are core-trained in cosmetic medicine and according to the product labeling recommended by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Publication of these supplements does not constitute product or sponsor endorsement by Journal or ASPS.
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Creator: Baker Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery
Duration: 28:41
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
Lipoabdomonoplasty has been advocated by Avelar and Saldanha, a technique which has modernized the conventional abdominoplasty that saw few modifications in the last 50 years. Lipoabdominoplasty is based on three basic points: a) dissection through liposuction; b) preservation of Scarpa’s fascia and deep fat of lower abdomen; and c) narrow undermining on the midline for plication.

A large number of patients were not good candidates for the lipoabdominoplasty protocol, because many of them have mild skin flaccidity in the abdomen, partial rectus diastasis and high position of belly button. For these patients, Novaes and Ribeiro, created a new classification, as shown in this video. This personal evolution can reduce flap necrosis, seromas, and hematomas, with faster recovery time.

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Creator: Baker Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery
Duration: 14:27
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery

Part 1 of 4. This video demonstrates the surgical approach to endoscopic brow lifting in association with upper and lower blepharoplasty, retinacular canthopexy and transpalpebral corrugator resection. The advantage of utilizing a transpalpebral approach to perform both corrugator resection, as well as to utilize the lateral upper lid access incision to form the optical cavity in endoscopic brow lifting is emphasized. Control of lid shape utilizing the transconjunctival lower lid fat resection in associated with retinacular canthopexy and skin flap dissection is demonstrated.

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Creator: H.S. Byrd
Duration: 1:53
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
This video demonstrates the treatment of malformations such as constricted ears using advanced molding techniques to counteract significant resistive forces to expansion resulting from tissue deficiency. From “The Classification of Newborn Ear Malformations and their Treatment with the EarWell Infant Ear Correction System.” Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery: March 2017 – 139(3)
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Creator: Baker Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery
Duration: 32:48
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery

This patient had two pregnancies and two children. She presents a medium abdominal flaccidity, no stretch marks, central abdominal lipodistrophy and diastasis. She had breast augmentation prothesis that were changed at the same surgical time as lipoabdominoplasty.

This is a good case for professionals who are going to start using this technique.

Baker Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery.

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Creator: Baker Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery
Duration: 19:48
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery

This primary rhinoplasty done via an open approach demonstrates the component dorsal reduction approach to rhinoplasty and it exemplifies the use and role of invisible grafts such as a columellar strut graft to reshape the nasal tip area. Non-destructive suture techniques are used to reshape and refine the nasal tip. Alar contour grafts are used to prevent long term alar rim collapse in the primary open rhinoplasty patient. All these techniques can be used in most primary rhinoplasty patients with excellent reproducible outcomes.

Baker Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery.

Creator: H.S. Byrd
Duration: 3:24
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
This video demonstrates the diagnosis of cryptotia and treatment strategies. From “The Classification of Newborn Ear Malformations and their Treatment with the EarWell Infant Ear Correction System.” Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery: March 2017 – 139(3)
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Creator: Rod J. Rohrich, MD
Duration: 10:21
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
This video demonstrates part 2 of a patient undergoing Wise pattern augmentation mastopexy with resection of 110 grams of tissue and placement of a 125cc saline subpectoral implant. From “Achieving Predictability In Augmentation Mastopexy.” Vol. 133, Issue#3, 2014. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.
Creator: Baker Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery
Duration: 6:08
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
This video describes the preoperative aesthetic analysis regarding patients with full cheeks who would benefit from buccal fat pad excision. The anatomy and intraoperative approaches for intraoral buccal fat removal are demonstrated.

Baker Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery.
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Creator: Baker Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery
Duration: 14:08
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery

Part 2 of 4. This video demonstrates the surgical approach to endoscopic brow lifting in association with upper and lower blepharoplasty, retinacular canthopexy and transpalpebral corrugator resection. The advantage of utilizing a transpalpebral approach to perform both corrugator resection, as well as to utilize the lateral upper lid access incision to form the optical cavity in endoscopic brow lifting is emphasized. Control of lid shape utilizing the transconjunctival lower lid fat resection in associated with retinacular canthopexy and skin flap dissection is demonstrated.

Baker Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery.

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Creator: Baker Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery
Duration: 20:23
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
This four-part video demonstration is of an isolated neck lift, a procedure indicated in patients with cervical obliquity and bands, in which the soft tissues of the cheek and jawline are well supported by the facial retaining ligaments. I perform isolated neck lifts through postauricular incisions, as well as a submental incision which allows access to contouring the anterior platysma. The dissection is begun laterally through the postauricular incision towards the midline of the neck, dissecting in the subcutaneous plane along the innerface between preplatysmal fat and the underlying platysma muscle. This allows the surgeon to keep the preplatysmal fat intact and vascularized on the cervical skin flap. After performing a similar dissection on the contralateral side, a submental incision is made caudal to the submental skin crease, and the dermal attachments of the crease are dissected from the mandibular symphysis. A through-and-through dissection of the neck is then completed. Preplatysmal fat is removed from the central neck to expose the underlying platysma muscle. In the patient on this video, a small amount of subplatysmal fat is also resected superior to the hyoid, to deepen the cervicomental angle. Interrupted 3-0 mersilene sutures are used for the platysma plication, extending from the mentum toward the base of the neck. A partial platysma myotomy is then performed from the midline toward the anterior border of the sternocleidomastoid, a distance of 5 to 6 cms. The key to platysma transection is not only to divide the muscle, but also to release the superficial fascia posterior to the platysma, to ensure adequate muscular release. Following platysma myotomy, the platysmaplasty is reinspected and additional sutures are added to define the cervicomental angle. In summary, the advantages of an anterior approach to cervical contouring include: 1) Direct surgical access to the anterior platysma, allowing the surgeon to precisely contour the platysma muscle such that it conforms to the floor of the mouth and thyroid cartilage, thereby diminishing cervical obliquity and banding. 2) It allows the surgeon to precisely set the depth of the cervicomental angle, which is of aesthetic significance in determining both the vertical height of the neck, as well as the horizontal dimension of the jawline. 3) Precise resection of preplatysmal and subplatysmal fat 4) The obliteration of the submental crease, which allows a better blending between the chin and the neck. Baker Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery.
Creator: Mark Codner
Duration: 1:30
A skin flap inset and demonstrates minimal skin tension closure and technique for avoidance of pixie-ear deformity. From “Evidence Based Medicine – Face Lift.” Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery: January 2017 – 139(1). MOC.
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Creator: Baker Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery
Duration: 11:40
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery May 2016, Volume 137, Issue 5;
The use of the core projection of a breast implant covered with the natural look and feel of fat is an appealing concept that has gained adoption quickly – much more quickly than augmentation with fat transplantation for core volume. The authors technique as well as patient selection and surgical planning is discussed in this video on composite breast augmentation. Baker Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery.
Creator: Marina Landau, MD
Duration: 3:28
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
This video demonstrates the Restylane Skinbooster treatment technique. Note: there is no audio associated with this video. From the PRS supplement, “Soft Tissue Fillers and Neuromodulators: International and Multidisciplinary Perspectives” (vol 136, issue 5s). The techniques presented in this supplement to Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery do not necessarily represent best practices or endorsed techniques of the Guest Editors, Editor-in-Chief, Editorial Board, American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) or Wolters Kluwer Health. The videos in this supplement are intended to provide multidisciplinary, international perspectives on how specific Soft Tissue Filler and Neuromodulator products are being used by board-certified plastic surgeons, dermatologists, facial plastic surgeons, and oculoplastic surgeons worldwide and may contain off-label uses in your region. It is recommended that these techniques only be administered by board-certified physicians who are core-trained in cosmetic medicine and according to the product labeling recommended by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Publication of these supplements does not constitute product or sponsor endorsement by Journal or ASPS.
Creator: Rod J. Rohrich, MD
Duration: 6:00
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
Rod J. Rohrich, MD, Editor-in-Chief of "Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery," discusses an article which aims to find the ideal breast. Mimicking the study conducted in the article, Dr. Rohrich and the PRS staff ask a group of Residents and non-physicians to select the ideal breast from four options. These anecdotes, coupled with a poll on PRSJournal.com, and the results of this month's article may prove that there really is such a thing as the "perfect breast." Volume 134, Issue 3.

“Population Analysis of the Perfect Breast: A Morphometric Analysis” by Mallucci et al. All content is available at http://prsjournal.com
Creator: Baker Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery
Duration: 23:12
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
Lipoabdominoplasty combines safety, efficacy and aesthetic control when contouring the female silhouette. Preoperative markings are performed with the patient upright and is fundamental to achieving a desired result. The technical details of abdominoplasty include Scarpa fascia preservation of the lower abdomen to aid in healing and lessen seroma formation. From an aesthetic perspective, we believe that a natural soft contour of the abdomen is an important aesthetic goal, rather than a "high definition" defined by an extreme unnatural appearance. For this reason, when we preform liposuction of the abdomen and truck, we tend to be conservative in fat reduction to maintain the natural volume associated with a mature female shape. Our main objective remains obtaining consistent results while minimizing the possibility of complications when combining liposuction with abdominoplasty.

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Keywords: Lipoabdominoplasty; Preoperative Markings; Abdominoplasty; Scarpa Fascia; Abdominal; Abdomen; Liposuction; Cosmetic; Aesthetic; Safety; Efficacy; Lecture
Creator: Baker Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery
Duration: 19:40
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
Part 2 (of 3) of a video that demonstrates the Extended SMAS technique in facial rejuvenation as well as utilizing the submental approach to anterior plastymaplasty. Facial subcutaneous anatomy delineating the fat compartments of the cheek during subcutaneous undermining is demonstrated, as well as the relationship of the transition between fat compartments and the location of the retaining ligaments. Relevant anatomy to provide safety during subsmas dissection of the cheek is emphasized.
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Creator: Mario Pelle-Ceravolo
Duration: 0:54
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
This video shows a Full Through-And-Through Vision on a Specimen of the Platysma Displacement. From “Treatment of anterior neck aging without a submental approach: Lateral Skin-platysma Displacement (LSD), a new and proven technique for platysma bands and skin laxity.” Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery: February 2017 - 139(2).
Creator: Mario Pelle-Ceravolo
Duration: 0:12
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
This video shows the Rationale of Applying the Traction on the MidBody of the Platysma on a living patient. From “Treatment of anterior neck aging without a submental approach: Lateral Skin-platysma Displacement (LSD), a new and proven technique for platysma bands and skin laxity.” Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery: February 2017 - 139(2).
Creator: Baker Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery
Duration: 4:57
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
This four-part video demonstration is of an isolated neck lift, a procedure indicated in patients with cervical obliquity and bands, in which the soft tissues of the cheek and jawline are well supported by the facial retaining ligaments. I perform isolated neck lifts through postauricular incisions, as well as a submental incision which allows access to contouring the anterior platysma. The dissection is begun laterally through the postauricular incision towards the midline of the neck, dissecting in the subcutaneous plane along the innerface between preplatysmal fat and the underlying platysma muscle. This allows the surgeon to keep the preplatysmal fat intact and vascularized on the cervical skin flap. After performing a similar dissection on the contralateral side, a submental incision is made caudal to the submental skin crease, and the dermal attachments of the crease are dissected from the mandibular symphysis. A through-and-through dissection of the neck is then completed. Preplatysmal fat is removed from the central neck to expose the underlying platysma muscle. In the patient on this video, a small amount of subplatysmal fat is also resected superior to the hyoid, to deepen the cervicomental angle. Interrupted 3-0 mersilene sutures are used for the platysma plication, extending from the mentum toward the base of the neck. A partial platysma myotomy is then performed from the midline toward the anterior border of the sternocleidomastoid, a distance of 5 to 6 cms. The key to platysma transection is not only to divide the muscle, but also to release the superficial fascia posterior to the platysma, to ensure adequate muscular release. Following platysma myotomy, the platysmaplasty is reinspected and additional sutures are added to define the cervicomental angle. In summary, the advantages of an anterior approach to cervical contouring include: 1) Direct surgical access to the anterior platysma, allowing the surgeon to precisely contour the platysma muscle such that it conforms to the floor of the mouth and thyroid cartilage, thereby diminishing cervical obliquity and banding. 2) It allows the surgeon to precisely set the depth of the cervicomental angle, which is of aesthetic significance in determining both the vertical height of the neck, as well as the horizontal dimension of the jawline. 3) Precise resection of preplatysmal and subplatysmal fat 4) The obliteration of the submental crease, which allows a better blending between the chin and the neck. Baker Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery.
Creator: Baker Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery
Duration: 26:16
Journal: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
Dr. Ivo Pitanguy has been a pioneer in many aspects of both aesthetic and reconstructive plastic surgery, and has authored several sentinel articles on such topics as facial rejuvenation, facial nerve anatomy, breast reduction and body contour techniques. His academic and clinical influence has extended not only to his patients, but also to the many surgeons he has trained throughout his career. Most of the program directors of residency training in Brazil have studied under Dr. Pitanguy, and his influence extends not only through South America, but globally as well. This video contains the concepts of Dr. Pitanguy’s personal evolution and progression regarding maintaining the dignity of the human body through the aging process.
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