NEW YORK, Oct. 27, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Distinguished plastic surgeons from around the world gathered in Kyoto, Japan for the 23rd Biennial Congress of ISAPS to discuss the latest in rejuvenation techniques for face and body. Of the many topics discussed, providing patient safety and satisfaction, advanced techniques for rapid recovery and the use of stem cells could be seen as themes throughout.
Key highlights from the meeting included an advanced, hybrid facelifting technique, which offers superior long lasting results with fewer complications. The pioneer of this Minimal Access Deep Plane Extended Vertical "MADE" Facelift, NY Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon, Dr. Andrew Jacono, also discussed how his approach results in less scarring and accelerated healing time for the patient.
"The 'MADE' facelifting technique represents the future of facelifting," said Dr. Jacono. "I have built on all of the benefits of previous facelifting advances and revolutionized the approach to address drooping cheeks while creating longer lasting neck rejuvenation," explained Dr. Jacono, who is known for his advanced techniques and natural results.
"Much of the world is still using the 'traditional approach,' which is to lift underneath the skin. This disrupts superficial blood vessels causing bruising, as well as the overly tight look often attributed to 'overdone' celebrities. The 'MADE' facelift lifts under the muscle layer, called the 'deep plane,' maintaining the blood supply to the face, which aids in rapid healing and gives a natural result with less scarring."
Another breakthrough technique revealed at the meeting focused on stem cells and how the field of regenerative medicine can be applied to the field of plastic surgery. "While many non-invasive, non-efficacious 'spa-like' services have touted stem cells for years, giving them a bad name, stem cells, promise great benefits when properly applied to plastic and reconstructive surgery," explained Dr. Jacono "Stem cells used effectively can be seen in work with platelet rich plasma (PRP), growth factors and fat harvesting," said Dr. Jacono.
About Dr. Andrew Jacono
A world-leading expert on minimally invasive facelifting, Dual Board Certified, Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon, Dr. Andrew Jacono has presented clinical research at countless plastic surgery meetings and symposiums all over the world, including European Academy of Facial Plastic Surgery: London 2016, International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery: Columbia 2016 and Facial Rejuvenation 2016: Master the Techniques in Beverly Hills.
A Castle Connolly Top Doctor, with offices in Manhattan and Great Neck, New York, Dr. Jacono is also Section Head of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at North Shore University Hospital Manhasset, Assistant Clinical Professor, Division of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at The New York Eye and Ear Infirmary and Director of The New York Center for Facial Plastic & Laser Surgery in New York, New York. He is the author of The Face of the Future, and has written numerous manuscripts and published articles in leading plastic surgery journals on a variety of surgical techniques, including minimally invasive endoscopic facial plastic surgery. With surgical privileges at six New York area hospitals, as well as an extensive background in Head and Neck Surgery with subspecialty training in Facial Plastic Surgery, Dr. Jacono is recognized amongst his peers for his innovative surgical techniques and skills.
Dr. Jacono has been featured on Good Morning America, Anderson, CNBC and CNN and in USA Today, Harper's Bazaar, Huffington Post, Parade, O, The Oprah Magazine, Marie Claire, GQ, Departures and Newsweek, among others. To learn more about Dr. Jacono and his practice, visit www.newyorkfacialplasticsurgery.com.
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