Last week I attended the 10th annual Vegas Cosmetic Surgery meeting where over 1,000 aesthetic physicians were in attendance, along with over 100 presenters. While there, I coordinated the two-day section on rhinoplasty and was scheduled for three talks on revision rhinoplasty, rhinoplasty, and 3-D video imaging. I should note that I am on the […]Read More
Friday was the final day of the course, a day devoted to revision rhinoplasty. I gave the featured lecture, titled: “Lessons learned in revision rhinoplasty, how to avoid it in the first place.” This lecture evolved from a study I performed and published reviewing the reasons patients seek revision rhinoplasty. Since over almost half of […]Read More
A rhinoplasty can do more than rebuild your nose – it can build confidence, too. Looking good is something that everyone wants and there is nothing wrong with that. If a little bit of plastic surgery is going to give you the confidence that you need to take that extra leap, either professionally or socially, […]Read More
Posted January 22, 2013 in Rhinoplasty
How patients used to find their doctors Back when I started my training in the ‘80s patients sought out the doctors who taught other doctors. This group included those who published articles in peer reviewed journals, legitimate medical journals that require stringent review of all submissions for content and contributions to medical education. This also […]Read More
Back when I started my training in the ’80s, patients sought out the doctors who taught other doctors. This group included those who published articles in peer reviewed journals — legitimate medical journals that require stringent review of all submissions for content and contributions to medical education. This also included the doctors who routinely gave […]Read More
Posted October 06, 2012 in All Posts
Rhinoplasty, better known as a “nose job”, is performed to alter the size and/or shape of the nose and is one of the most commonly performed types of plastic surgery. An estimated 77,000 people got rhinoplasty in 2010; while some simply didn’t like the noses they were born with, others needed corrections to previous surgeries […]Read More
Posted April 19, 2012 in All Posts
Facial asymmetry, it’s more common than you think As a facial plastic surgeon, people are coming in for facial analysis for treatment of their noses, faces, chins etc. Most people have at least minor facial asymmetry. One eye and/or corner of the mouth is higher. Very often someone comments that their faces look more crooked […]Read More
Posted June 07, 2011 in Revision Rhinoplasty
Lecturing at an International Rhinoplasty course in Milan, Italy. Spring 2011 I had the privilege to be invited to speak at the 6th Biennial Milan Masterclass in Rhinoplasty. This was a course directed by my friend and master Rhinoplasty teacher Prof. Pietro Palma from Milan. There were over 700 attendees from 58 countries in attendance. […]Read More
Posted February 02, 2011 in All Posts
Our patients are treated with the utmost in care beginning right from the time they arrive at the building at 521 Park avenue when they are greeted by the extraordinary doormen. The consultation process is described from office arrival, to consultation with Dr. Pearlman, that includes computer imaging for rhinoplasty and revision rhinoplasty, to the time they confer with Kim the patient coordinator. They finish as they are assisted again by the men in uniform, our doormen.Read More
Posted January 18, 2011 in Revision Rhinoplasty
I performed nasal reconstruction to restore nasal height to the collapsed nose of a 6 year old boy. He smashed his nose last summer and after attempted urgent removal of a blood clot (hematoma) from his septum he was referred to me for nasal reconstruction. I used the newly FDA approved flexible PDS plate to create a template to rebuild his nasal septum and restore a natural height to his nose.Read More
Posted November 04, 2010 in All Posts
PDS plastes are newly FDA approved for nasal surgery and an excellent new product that will help yield better results in revision rhinoplasty and revision septoplasty. I have already performed one case with great sucess and anticipate much more use in the futureRead More
Posted October 14, 2010 in All Posts
At the Fall meeting of the AAFPRS, I picked up a few good pointers on rhinoplasty techniques from a number of my esteemed colleagues such as better rib harvesting techniques and how to get a nose crooked nose straighter.
I also learned the latest in the use of Sculptra. Sculptra is for facial volume enhancement. This product is now injected deeper in the face, right on top of the facial bones to get the best results.
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