We’re pleased to announce the addition of Georgia K. Abrams, MD and the Saratoga office to the California Skin Institute.
Liposuction of the face and neck using a tumescent technique can be a substitute for a facelift, without risk of nerve damage or skin irregularities, Dr. Gregory Morganroth asserted at a meeting sponsored by the Foundation for Facial Plastic Surgery and the World Society of Aesthetic Surgery.
Chin-jowl implants are a valuable adjunct for optimizing the results of minimally invasive facelift procedures and neck liposuction, says Greg S. Morganroth, M.D., who spoke at “The Next Step: Mastering Cutaneous Outpatient Procedures,” a continuing education program at Stanford University.
The Facial Lipo-Lift is a minimally invasive procedure that can offer an attractive alternative to the traditional facelift for a wide range of patients, says Greg S. Morganroth, M.D., at “The First Step: Mastering Cutaneous Outpatient Procedures,” a continuing education program held at Stanford University.
Combined chin-jowl implants give a better, longer-lasting cosmetic result than central chin implants alone, Greg S. Morganroth, M.D., said at the annual Pacific Northwest Dermatological Conference.
The Facial Lipo-Lift, a new technique combining modifications of facial and neck tumescent liposculpture with a short scar facelift, provides a safe, effective, minimally invasive alternative to a traditional facelift, said Greg S. Morganroth, M.D.