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Bonjour et bienvenue dans l'univers aussi prisé que mystérieux de la Chirurgie esthétique. Que vous soyez patient, futur patient, praticien, personnel de soin... vous allez trouver ici les dernières informations en matière de chirurgie esthétique.

En quête permanente des dernières avancées technologiques, à l'affût des plus récentes découvertes biologiques et médicales, cette page d'informations, vous permet de ne rien manquer dans le domaine de la chirurgie esthétique.

Interviews de chirurgiens, de plasticiens, de directeurs d'établissements de soins, de personnel soignant, mais aussi de patients... nous vous faisons vivre, dans le quotidien d'un univers encore trop méconnu, celui de l'accès ou de la restauration de la beauté.

Quand les affres du temps qui passe n'ont pas lieu de citer, venez découvrir les secrets de beauté des peoples, mais aussi de tous les grands de ce monde.

Entrez avec nous dans des établissements dédiés au bien-être et à la beauté, dans ces lieux où la discrétion et la rigueur sont de mise.

Bien au delà des photographies des magazines de mode photoshopées, des prodiges réalisés par les maquilleuses du cinéma et de la télévision, ici on passe de l'abstrait au concret, du rêve à la réalité, sans fard ni maquillage.

Injection, ablations, remodelage, gommage... Bref des petits gestes pas si anodins que ça...

Rhinoplastie, abdominoplastie, otoplastie, blépharoplastie, brachioplastie, mamoplastie, liposuccion, lipo liftinf, remodelages en tous genre, lifting des cuisses et des jambes, injections d'acide hyaluronique, de botox, implants mollets, pectoraux, fessiers, phalloplastie, nymphoplastie, vaginoplastie, hyménoplastie … au fil du temps, nous vous dirons tout de ces interventions et de leurs conséquences, mais aussi les risques que vous encourez en vous lançant dans de telles interventions. La finalité de ces interventions, les limites entre la chirurgie dite classique, la chirurgie réparatrice et la chirurgie esthétique.

Nous pointerons aussi un œil sur les dernières technologies et les matériaux les plus novateurs en matière d'implants et de prothèses, mais aussi, des produits utilisés pour les sutures....

Nous vous emmenons aussi à la rencontre de ces professionnels de la chirurgie esthétique, ces femmes et ces hommes qui ont fait le choix de mettre leur compétences médicales au service de l'esthétique. Quand l'Art et la médecine ne font plus qu'un …

Nous vous proposerons aussi régulièrement de faire un point sur la législation en vigueur, sur les attentes de la profession, mais aussi sur certaines démarches administratives ou avancées en matière de remboursement des actes et des soins.

New York Facial Plastic Surgeon Dr. Maurice Khosh Named a Best Doctor in America | Benzinga

Article in English proposed by ICME Each year, the Best Doctors in America organization awards a select number of physicians with the honor of being a Best Doctor. The award is based on a poll from leading physicians nationwide who are impartial and not compensated for their peer review. This year, Dr. Maurice Khosh, a dual board facial plastic surgeon from New York, joins the privileged group of physicians on the Best Doctors list. His exceptional talent, results and experience in advanced facial plastic surgery and ENT surgery helped garner the consensus support from fellow physicians in determining the Best Doctors of America for 2017-2018. Dr. Khosh now represents approximately four percent of U.S. doctors from whom other physicians would seek care.

Other 2016 plastic surgery trends | Health & Fitness | tucson.com

Article in English proposed by ICME According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS), one of the biggest trends right now is that patients are using their own fat for body shaping.  "One trend we are seeing with fat involves an increase in fat grafting procedures. Plastic surgeons harvest a patient's unwanted fat from their abdomen using liposuction and then inject it to lift and rejuvenate other areas such as the face, buttock and even the breast," said ASPS President Debra Johnson, MD. "Because the material injected is the patient's own fat the results typically last longer than fillers.

The Future is Now: Sci-fi Advancements in Plastic Surgery

Article in English proposed by ICME Plastic surgery has been used in the field of healthcare for health related issues, since the ancient times, using skin grafts. It was not until the nineteenth century that plastic surgery was actually used for cosmetic purposes. Since then, the popularity of plastic surgery has seen its fair share of dips and rises as new technology filled the gaps for skill and talent. This article describes three advances in science and technology that have increased the popularity of plastic surgery by reducing unwanted aftermath and increasing the probability of customer satisfaction.

Nipple cosmetic surgery: The search for the ‘perfect’ nipple

Article in English proposed by ICME LET’S talk about nipples. You may not realise it, but they’re actually having a bit of a “moment”. While the majority of us won’t have spent much time pondering them, these days according to cosmetic surgeons, nipples are big … big business, that is. It all started at the end of last year when leading names in the US plastic surgery industry hedged their bets and released a forecast of nip and tuck trends for 2017. Surprisingly, the hitherto ignored nipples topped the list. And in contrast to breasts, bigger is not in fact better when it comes to our nips.

Women are going to extreme lengths to get rid of arm flab | New York Post

Article in English proposed by ICME Last summer, when Kim Campbell put on her first sleeveless dress of the season, she noticed sagging and dimpling on her upper arms. “I tried firming creams, spent a lot of money and saw no results,’’ says the 52-year-old Astoria resident, who works in optical sales. “I knew surgery left scars and I didn’t think anything else could be done, so I started wearing cardigans over everything.’’

Getting Fake Dimples Is The New Plastic Surgery Trend Among Millennials

Article in English proposed by ICME There's virtually no part left in our bodies that plastic surgeons haven't meddled with. From the already common breast implants to butt augmentation, thinner lips, double eyelids and reduction of labia, it seems like everything is possible. And now, a new trend is pushing the limits even further – dimpleplasty is a dimple creation procedure that adds little indentions in clients' cheeks. According to reports, the surgery has been on a rise among millennial-aged patients.

Social Media and Plastic Surgery - News - DailyBeauty - The Beauty Authority - NewBeauty

Article in English proposed by ICME There’s a new type of patient coming into the offices of Dover, OH, facial plastic surgeon David Hartman, MD—one that he describes as a “more informed client.” The source of their newfound education? A rather unlikely medium. “Social media’s impact on our first-time visitors is giving way to the arrival of a more educated client,” he says. “The light of understanding in the eyes of first-timers is much more evident today, because nearly all of them have already seen videos, studied before-and-after photos, and read reviews before I ever meet them. I love this.” While Dr. Hartman says he believes it is still important to cover the basics in the discussions of procedure options, he thinks the "pre-informed" clients are far more capable of asking personalized and relevant questions—mainly because they have already been contemplating details of a prospective procedure and been imagining themselves trying it out. Plus, there’s a pretty solid personal connection.

Scientific Advances Are Making Plastic Surgery Safer And More Efficient Than Ever

Scientific Advances Are Making Plastic Surgery Safer And More Efficient Than Ever - ICME

Article in English proposed by ICME How will plastic surgery evolve in the next 30 years? originally appeared on Quora: the place to gain and share knowledge, empowering people to learn from others and better understand the world. Answer by Eduardo Rodriguez, MD, DDS, international leader in reconstructive surgery, on Quora: It was only twenty years ago when the movie Face Off came out, and look at what has been accomplished today in this area. To-date, thirty-eight face transplants have been performed worldwide. I’m excited to see what we can achieve in the next twenty to thirty years based on what we’re learning now and the new technologies that are emerging.

The Most Popular Plastic Surgery Procedures According to New Data | Observer

Article in English proposed by ICME In recent years, the stigma surrounding plastic surgery has all but disappeared; what was once a dirty little secret is now a social media phenomenon. Millennials are flocking to plastic surgeons for noninvasive procedures in an effort to look like Instagram filters IRL, especially as celebrities speak out about “chin tweaks” and doctors document the results on Snapchat. The popularity of these techniques can no longer be ignored—The International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons highlighted data on these procedures and found people in the United States received more treatments than any other country, with 4.2 million procedures.

These 5 Countries Are Getting the Most Plastic Surgery in the World

Article in English proposed by ICME Plastic surgery is more socially acceptable than ever before. Pop culture alone stands to reflect the rise in young people undergoing surgery, but thanks to a recent report from the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (ISAPS), we now have numerical proof of the increase in surgeries. Research released by ISAPS on “Aesthetic/Cosmetic Procedures” breaks down who’s getting what procedures and where. It ranks countries, the number of surgeons, and a breakdown of exactly what kind of work people are getting done. The top five countries with residents opting for plastic surgery: United States (17.9 percent of surgeries) Brazil (10.7 percent ) Japan (4.8 percent) Italy (4.1 percent) Mexico (3.9 percent)

Evidence-Based Medicine: Breast Augmentation : Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery

Evidence-Based Medicine: Breast Augmentation : Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery - ICME

Article in English proposed by ICME Learning Objectives: After reading this article, the participant should be able to: 1. Understand the key decisions in patient evaluation for cosmetic breast augmentation. 2. Cite key decisions in preoperative planning. 3. Discuss the risks and complications, and key patient education points in breast augmentation. Summary: Breast augmentation remains one of the most popular procedures in plastic surgery. The integral information necessary for proper patient selection, preoperative assessment, and surgical approaches are discussed. Current data regarding long term safety and complications are presented to guide the plastic surgeon to an evidence-based approach to the patient seeking breast enhancement to obtain optimal results.

Assessment of the Efficacy of Cryolipolysis on Saddlebags:... : Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery

Article in English proposed by ICME Background: Cryolipolysis is a noninvasive subcutaneous fat removal technique. Its efficacy has been demonstrated on various fatty areas but not yet on saddlebags. The main objective of this study was to demonstrate the efficacy, patient tolerance, and safety of cryolipolysis on the saddlebags. Methods: This prospective study enrolled 53 patients with saddlebags. Patients with a history of liposuction or other surgical procedure on the saddlebag area and those on diet pills were excluded. The primary endpoint was a decrease in fat thickness at 3 and 6 months, as assessed by thigh circumference measurement and by ultrasound evaluation of subcutaneous fat. Pain associated with cryolipolysis was assessed using a visual analogue scale. Body mass index at the different time points and adverse events were recorded. All patients completed a satisfaction questionnaire at the end of the study. Results: At 6 months, there was a mean decrease of 5.63 cm in thigh circumference; the mean decrease in fat layer thickness measured by ultrasound was 1.31 cm. The satisfaction questionnaire showed that 93.75 percent of patients were satisfied with the results. The mean visual analogue scale score was 1.66 of 10 after the session. Reversible skin changes such as postprocedure postinflammatory hyperpigmentation were observed in 8.33 percent of patients.

The Ideal Buttock Size: A Sociodemographic Morphometric Eva... : Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery

Article in English proposed by ICME Background: Perception of beauty is influenced by geographic, ethnic, cultural, and demographic factors. However, objective measurements remain the foundation for aesthetic evaluations. In the quest to better define the “ideal” female buttock, this study assumes interdependence among variables such as country of residence, sex, age, occupation, and aesthetic perception, yielding a waist-to-hip ratio that appears most pleasing across most cultures and geographic locations. Methods: An online survey was designed. Modifiable ranges of buttock sizes were achieved by means of digital alteration, enabling participants to interactively change the size and waist-to-hip ratio of a single model’s buttocks. The questionnaire was translated into multiple languages and sent to more than 9000 plastic surgeons and to the general public worldwide. Demographic data were collected, and analysis of variance was used to elucidate buttock shape preferences.

Surgical Outcomes and Global Warming - General Surgery News

Article in English proposed by ICME Scientists around the world have used hard data to conclude that climate change due to the increase of “greenhouse” gases is real. Despite those who are skeptical or uninformed and eschew global warming as being a “hoax,” the evidence for this phenomenon is evident and pervasive. From the receding topography of the Mendenhall Glacier in Alaska, to the increasing salt levels and rising tides wiping out fauna and flora in the Florida everglades, to the loss of approximately 152 cubic kilometers (36 cubic miles) of ice between 2002 and 2005 in Antarctica, we are reminded that no creature—human or otherwise—will be spared the unwanted consequences of this geothermic occurrence. Naturally, surgical consequences may derive from these events.

Près de 200.000 interventions de chirurgie esthétique l’an dernier en Belgique - sudinfo.be

Près de 200.000 interventions de chirurgie esthétique l’an dernier en Belgique - sudinfo.be - ICME

L’année passée, environ 200.000 interventions esthétiques ont été réalisées en Belgique, soit une moyenne de 770 par jour ouvrable, rapportent les titres Mediahuis jeudi.

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