MIAMI, July 20, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Dr. Rian A. Maercks, a Miami native, has been invited by the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (ISAPS) to present his own unique innovations that call into question mainstream approaches to aesthetics and plastic surgery of the breast and face at the most important annual congress in Aesthetic Plastic Surgery in the world.
Dr. Rian A. Maercks of The Maercks Institute, an international aesthetics destination for the world's savvy elite, has long been recognized for developing techniques that deliver bespoke, made by nature appearing results to his fortunate patients. These advanced techniques challenge status quo plastic surgery in preconceptions about aesthetic judgment and technical approaches. While his approaches have not been embraced by mainstream plastic surgery stateside, the international plastic surgery community's interest continues to grow. This year, the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (ISAPS) has invited Dr. Maercks to speak at their annual congress in Kyoto, Japan about his antipodal approach to breast augmentation, lifting and shaping, as well as his radical redefinition of facial subunits and aesthetic analysis that led to the unbelievable "Aesthetic Facial Balancing" techniques he has developed. This is a somewhat unique honor as exception was made to the ISAPS stringent rule that a presenting surgeon may only present once on one subject during this prestigious annual congress.
The growing interest in Dr. Maercks work surely stems from the fact that many of his concepts are in diametric opposition to mainstream plastic surgery conceptions, yet deliver such incredibly beautiful results. The Cold-Subfascial Breast Augmentation completely avoids disruption of the pectoral muscle, challenges the mainstream concept of high profile implants and delivers supported projecting and naturally shaped breasts while using low profile and anatomic implants, all while avoiding scars on the breast completely. Using the support of Cold-dissected fascia Dr. Maercks has devised a technique that avoids the separation of the implants, or "augmented look," so common in submuscular breast augmentation. Movement of the implants with arm motions and the ever so common "bottomed-out" appearance are also avoided. His ISAPS invited presentation entitled "Extended Fascial Preserving Subfascial Breast Augmentation and Revision Without Electrocautery, A Novel Technique Providing Uniquely Supported Long Term Control of Breast Shape and Aesthetic Appearance" will explain the technical details, revolutionary aesthetic philosophy and analysis as well as demonstrate long term results of the breath-taking Cold-Subfascial Breast Augmentation.
Dr. Maercks erudite vision in facial aesthetics has led to the radical concept of "Aesthetic facial balancing," the subject of his second ISAPS invited presentation. Aesthetic Facial Balancing is Maercks' term for bringing facial features into harmony and "unlocking" facial beauty. The practice of Aesthetic Facial Balancing involves using volumes of fillers or the body's own fat that are thought to be excessive by mainstream practitioners. Dr. Maercks explains that "industry and academically propagated conceptions about where the aging face needs volume restored are simply aesthetically wrong. This is why virtually everyone that has even a little bit of facial fillers looks strange, not younger or more beautiful. Sadly aesthetics are exactly what is missing from most 'aesthetic interventions.' That is why my practices are diametrically disparate from mainstream practices." Dr. Maercks explains that volume loss in key areas begins in the late teens and early twenties. In order to correct this in a naturally appearing manner, the volume needs to be blended and thus requires higher volumes than are conventionally prescribed. To explain an aesthetically sound approach to other practitioners in the world, Dr. Maercks has devised redefined facial subunits of aesthetics and aging. His presentation entitled "Novel Facial Subunits of Facial Aging and Facial Balance and Their Use In Large Volume Volumetric Rejuvenation And Balancing of the Aging Face," will share with other practitioners the theory behind Dr. Maercks beautifully natural appearing facial results.
Dr. Maercks' presentations will be on October 27, 2016 in Kyoto, Japan. Dr. Maercks practices at The Maercks Institute, 4500 Biscayne Boulevard Suite 104, Miami, FL 33137. Exclusive private consultations are arranged by phone at 305.328.8256 or via Email.
SOURCE The Maercks Institute