Cosmetic Surgeon Dr. Paul Vitenas to Host Glitter & Glow Holiday Event
Rohrich’s presentation “Understanding and Utilizing Facial Fat Compartments in Fat Grafting.” In keeping with the mission of this educational symposium, Dr. Rohrich shared insight on this emerging area of study. Advances in anatomical knowledge of subcutaneous fat compartments are changing facial rejuvenation techniques and altering the way facelift specialists approach these multi-faceted procedures. His presentation included technical and practical information relating to the concept of fat compartments and how surgeons can successfully apply this knowledge. An understanding of fat compartments is especially valuable in a modern “lift-and-fill” facelift, an approach that Dr. Rohrich strongly advocates. During the lifting component of the procedure, the skin is gently tightened to reduce sagging and counter the effects of gravity.
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Board certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery, Dr. Vitenas is a graduate of Tulane University Medical School and best plastic surgery doctors, completed a Craniofacial and Cosmetic Surgery Fellowship in Paris, France at Necker Hospital. He is a frequent national speaker and writer, which have earned him a national reputation among his peers. Dr. Vitenas specializes in breast augmentation , body contouring , and vaginal cosmetic surgery. Most recently, Dr. Vitenas was honored with two awards from Vitals.com: the 2014 Vitals Top 10 Doctor Award and a Vitals Patients Choice Award.
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aThey come in with their iPhones and show me pictures,a Rizk, 47, added. aSelfies are just getting to be so crazy.a Rizk, who specializes in rhinoplasty, said not everyone who requests surgery needs it, because a selfie produces a distorted image that does not represent how a person really looks. aWe all will have something wrong with us on a selfie image,a he explained. aI refuse a significant proportion of patients with selfies, because I believe it is not a real image of what they actually look like in person.a Some patients get upset when Rizk tells them surgery is not necessary, and he knows they will simply go to another surgeon. aToo many selfies indicate a self obsession and a certain level of insecurity that most teenagers have. It just makes it worse,a he said.
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