ASPS brings you free of charge access to digital rich content of a new medical publication called PMFA News. Members of the Australian Society of Plastic Surgeons can access the digital content free of charge.
The magazine entitled PMFA News is a bimonthly review of plastic & maxillofacial surgery, and aesthetic medicine. It is edited by Professor Andrew Burd (retired), the Chief of Plastic Surgery in the Chinese University of Hong Kong, who has recently contributed an article on his work in treating the victims of acid attacks in Asia. The publisher aims to publish a diverse range of content by leading professionals across these three linked fields, creating a new and distinct platform for communication within and between the disciplines.
Take a look at the content. Browse the digital issues online.
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Read the December/January issue of PMFA News here
Access all our fantastic content including an insight into the anatomy of the ageing lip, patient satisfaction with dermal fillers for facial deformity, and the latest in masculinisation: ‘power face’ surgery. The magazine also features a historical perspective on the median forehead flap, along with both surgical and non-surgical tips for improving the form and function of ageing hands.
Click here to access all our fantastic content including a comprehensive discussion of informed consent, a review of 3D printers in the field of plastic surgery, updates on PDO threadlifting and the use of dermal fillers in the male patient, and a guide to different approaches to neck rejuvenation.
Read PMFA News August/September online. This issue features an article by Olivier Branford and Paul Harris on breast reconstruction, overviews of TMJ disorders and chemical peels, plus advice on chin augmentation and perfect practice marketing. Email Diana@pinpoint-scotland.com to sign up for your own bimonthly print copy.
Read the Jun/Jul issue of PMFA News here!
In this issue we are delighted to continue our special focus on cosmeceuticals – this time Mustafa Varçin and Catherine Knapen present some of the common ingredients used to enhance skin appearance and Dr Sandeep Cliff gives a personal review of the cosmeceuticals he uses within his aesthetic dermatology practice. In our features, Sotirios Foutsizoglou takes us through the principles of augmentation rhinoplasty, whilst Jani van Loghem focuses on rejuvenation of the forehead, looking specifically at the correction of the frontal concavity. Muhammad Javed takes a look at the factors influencing choosing a career in the field of plastic surgery and Taimur Shoaib provides us with guidance on how to approach the challenge of mastopexy.
* The use of neuromodulators in the management of TMJ disorders
* Mercy Ships’ hope and healing in Madagascar
* Business administration for aesthetic practitioners – why be managed when you can manage?
* Focus on: Cosmeceuticals
* The use of electrolysis in acne treatment – sebaceous gland ablation
* Surgical and non-surgical approaches to orbital rejuvenation
* The uses of BTX-A in maxillofacial surgery
* Stratifying preoperative risk in revision augmentation: the six Cs
* Revirgination is not the same as hymenoplasty
* Commentary – further thoughts on hymenoplasty
* Surgical and non-surgical approaches to nasal reconstruction
* Off-label cosmetic use of botulinum toxin in the lower face
* Cryolipolysis: a review of published clinical data
* Hymenoplasty and virginity – an issue of socio-cultural morality and medical ethics
* A new treatment for genitourinary syndrome of menopause
* Emergenza Sorrisi – Doctors for Smiling Children
* Non-surgical management of actinic keratosis, Bowen’s disease and non-melanoma skin cancer
* Surgical and non-surgical approaches to skin cancer treatment
* The linear Bolus Technique and other practical tips for the advanced use of non-traumatic cannulas in aesthetic medicine
* Cleft surgery: outreach not over-reach
* Support groups for hidradenitis suppurativa
* Temple restoration
* Cellulite: does wearing compression hosiery work?
* How I Do It: A global approach to facial volumising
* Opinion: An open letter to young plastic surgeons (from an old UK plastic surgeon)
* Debate: Voluntary registers for medical cosmetic practitioners: friend or foe?
* Can 3D facial imaging improve patient management in disfiguring eye disease?
* New approaches to soft tissue reconstruction involving adipose tissue engineering
* Lasers and the skin
* HA dermal filler with lidocaine: initial clinical outcomes
* How I Do It: Skin peeling
* Facial nerve palsy and Facial Palsy UK
* Wound moisture sensing in traumatic wounds
* Case in focus: Converse scalping flap for nasal reconstruction
* How I Do It: Surgical and non-surgical approaches to facial palsy
* Thread veins and varicose veins: medical or aesthetic?
* Contemporary aesthetic management strategies for deficient jaw angles
* Living confidently with a distinctive face or body
* Peri-orbital rejuvenation using HA fillers
* When a patient asks for your insurance details
* Encouraging results on treating thinning hair with PRP
* Recommendations and regulations in emotional support and psychology as ‘patient safety’ issues
* Psychological outcomes following ultrasound-assisted gynaecomastia reduction in adult men
* Maxillo-facial and neck surgery in Iraq and Afghanistan
* Want to do exciting entrepreneurial research? – ask the space scientists
* How to establish a successful practice in aesthetic medicine
* Transcutaneous scarless buttock lift via the Serdev Suture® Technique
* Tear trough rejuvenation (surgical)
* Photoshopping the face: simulated outcomes of orthofacial surgery
* 2nd Chance: reconstructive surgery for life reconstruction
* The role of skin camouflage and micropigmentation in the fields of burns and plastic surgery
* Debate: cannulas vs. needles
* Hair removal: a summary of techniques with a particular emphasis on the importance and versatility of electrolysis
Looking unusual: what it’s like and how skin camouflage can help
Facial contouring with fillers
The role of angiogenesis in wound healing, scarring and tissue regeneration
The three stages of breast reconstruction
How developments in maxillofacial surgery have contributed to improved quality of life for patients
From liposuction to adipose stem cells; from regenerative medicine to tissue engineering; and a vision of the future
Part 3 – The future and a summary of the past
Acid Survivors Trust
Durjoy – the Hong Kong story
The role of maxillo-mandibular advancement surgery in obstructive sleep apnoea
Brazilian butt lift: large volume fat grafting with water jetstream assisted liposuction
Cutting it fine online: social media and reputation management on the web
From liposuction to adipose stem cells; from regenerative medicine to tissue engineering; and a vision of the future – Part 2 – Combined procedures: Lipo-abdominoplasty and lipo-inner thighplasty (string technique) and face rejuvination
The role of the maxillo-facial surgeon in the management of skull base malignancy
Opinion – How will Keogh impact non-surgical services?
Perspectives on polyurethane covered breast implants
The manufacturer’s viewpoint
The surgeon’s viewpoint
Liposcution – the evolution of the classical technique
Facial aesthetics and orthognathic surgery
From female genital mutilation to female genital reconstruction
Body contouring surgery following massive weight loss
Female Cosmetic Genital Surgery: lifestyle or science?
Do You Know Your Advertising Standards
The Bottom Line: buttock augmentation
MD/PhDs or MD/MBAs: which do we need more to innovate in plastic surgery
The Challenge of Renaissance, not Reconstruction: the aftermath of an acid attack
Liquid Face Lift
Training in Facial Plastic Surgery in the UK
Mercy Mission: all aboard with Mercy Ships off he coast of West Africa
From PIP to DC-CIK to the Sorcerer’s Apprentice
Reconstructive Surgery in Post Colonial Africa
Rediscovering the Lost Art of Endonasal Rhinoplasty