This study examines the impact of facial defects on quality of life and willingness to pay, as perceived by society, and highlights the quality of life penalty associated with facial defects and the value society places on their surgical reconstruction.
This study assesses the correlation between scores on the eFACE and the Sunnybrook Facial Grading System among patients with facial paralysis and compares the reliability of both scales.
This cohort study compares the W-plasty and straight-line techniques for closure of the paramedian forehead flap.
This Internet-based survey compares the perceived cosmetic appearance of linear vs zigzag facial scars by the general public in white men and women of different ages.
In this study, nasal septal cartilages from 30 fresh cadavers were used to measure thickness at clinically relevant points and length of dorsal and caudal L-strut arms to attempt to quantify septal strength for septorhinoplasty.
This preclinical trial of a rabbit model of electromechanical reshaping of the auricular ear extends previous evaluations to 6 months and refines reshaping settings to assess the feasibility of this technology.
This study identifies the integrated reaction force and the minimum and ideal mechanical properties associated with nasal tip support using the evaluations of 3-dimensional models by 30 rhinoplasty surgeons.
This observational study evaluates use of the eFACE scale in grading facial disfigurement in patients with unilateral facial palsy.
This case series evaluates 7 explanted alloplastic facial implants for the presence or absence of bacterial biofilm using scanning electron microscopy, with nonexplanted fresh silicone and porous polyethylene implants each used as a control.
This narrative review discusses a standardized evaluation system that will allow meaningful comparisons of surgical techniques and evaluation of outcomes for revision rhinoplasty.
An external short-incision technique for surgical midface aesthetic rejuvenation is evaluated and described.
This review examines whether patients with hypothyroidism are at increased risk for prolonged edema after face-lift surgery.
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