This survey study measures naive observers’ perceptions of attractiveness, success, and overall health of patients who have undergone rhinoplasty.
This systematic review with meta-analysis examines masseteric nerve transfer for treatment of patients with facial paralysis.
This case-control study examines and compares the outcomes of septorhinoplasty to repair lateral wall insufficiency to determine the most appropriate treatment approach.
This data analysis of survey examines the relative value from the patient perspective of specific facial plastic surgeon personal and practice attributes available online.
This cohort study explores whether delaying Mohs reconstructive surgery increases the risk of postoperative complications.
This case series evaluates the use of condensed nanofat combined with fat grafts to treat atrophic facial scars.
This comparative cohort study examines the postoperative donor-site pain associated with either a muscle-cutting or muscle-sparing technique in autologous costal cartilage grafting for patients undergoing rhinoplasty.
This randomized clinical trial evaluates the effectiveness of 3 commercially available botulinum toxin neuromodulators in the treatment of facial synkinesis.
This case series compares the preoperative and postoperative facial function of patients who underwent a nasolabial fold creation procedure using the minimal nasolabial incision technique.
This database review evaluates patient and surgical factors associated with length of stay and reoperation following surgical procedures for malignant neoplasm of the head and neck involving microvascular free tissue transfer reconstruction.
This study assesses using an equation to quantitatively describe nasal base shape and tests it against subjective categorization.
This Surgical Pearl describes a procedure that combines the columellar incision with the incision for the upper lip–lift, resulting in harmonious nasolabial proportions and a smaller surgical scar.
This Surgical Pearl describes the technique of nostril sill repair to restore the first auxiliary tension line group in patients with cleft lip.
This database analysis uses the American College of Surgeons National Surgical Quality Improvement Program Participant User File to characterize the epidemiologic, surgical, and hospitalization patterns and postoperative complications in patients undergoing repair of orbital floor fracture.
This study assesses the utility of peak nasal inspiratory flow as an objective diagnostic and outcome measure for functional septorhinoplasty in combination with the Nasal Obstruction Symptom Evaluation scale.
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