Tag Archives: Teach Facial Plastic Surgery

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Sep

Teaching Facial Plastic Surgery

Published: September 21, 2011

Dr. Pearlman, course director for the AAFPRS Two weeks ago was the 46th Annual Fall Meeting of the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. As co-director with Dr. Rick Davis from Miami, Florida, we spent countless hours over the past year working hard to make this meeting a success. From the feedback we … Continue reading Teaching Facial Plastic Surgery


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Jun

Rhinoplasty Teacher from New York

Published: June 7, 2011

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. … Continue reading Rhinoplasty Teacher from New York


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Oct

Rhinoplasty and Facial Fillers in New York

Published: October 14, 2010

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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Oct

Rhinoplasty, Revision Rhinoplasty and teaching Facial Plastic Surgery

Published: October 4, 2010

Dr. Pearlman recently attended the annual meeting of the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and lectured the following week at the American Academy of Otolaryngology (ENT). He gave three lectures to fellow physicians on rhinoplasty, revision rhinoplaty and a special course on teaching physicians how to speak to patients.


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Aug

Facelifts in NYC

Published: August 11, 2010

After attending and lecturing at the 6th annual meeting of the Mullti-Speciality Foundation for Facial Plastic Surgery meeting in July, I found that the facelift techniques I prefer coincide with those performed by the nation’s experts. There are a number of ways to perform a facelift. The procedure needs to be individualized for each patient. For most patients, I prefer the deep plane facelift. It takes longer to peform and longer for patients to heal but the results also last longer.


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Aug

Rhinoplasty and revision rhinoplasty lectures at the Multispeciality Foundation

Published: August 2, 2010

I attended and lectured at the 6th annual symposium on Facial Plastic Surgery sponsored by the Multispeciality Foundation for Facial Plastic Surgery in Las Vegas, NY in early July 2010. I moderated a panel on rhinoplasty with 7 experts from around the world. I also gave two lectures on revision rhinoplasty. The first, “what makes a nose look fixed” and the second on why patients come in seeking revision rhinoplasty.


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Apr

Teaching Facial Plastic Surgery in New York

Published: April 14, 2010

Teaching Facial Plastic surgery entails resident training, fellow (post-residency), lecturing at medical meetings and publishing journal articles and book chapters. I lecture regularly at meetings, hospitals and as an invited guest on rhinoplasty, revision rhinoplasty, endoscopic browlift, blepharoplasty, and facelift surgery as well as Botox and Fillers.


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Dec

Revision Rhinoplasty NY

Published: December 21, 2009

Revision rhinoplasty, what went wrong in the first place? We examine the most common tell-tale signs that a nose has been over-done. A brief summary is provided about how to avoid these noses for an ideal result. Rhinoplasty and revision rhinoplasty can be a rewarding experience for both patients and the surgeon if both are prepared.


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Dec

Revision Rhinoplasty Specialist

Published: December 16, 2009

Revision rhinoplasty can be very frustrating for patients. Dr. Pearlman conducted a comprehensive study on why patients seek revision rhinoplasty; the first study of it’s kind. The top patient concerns are tip asymmetry, difficulty breathing and a crooked nose.


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Sep

Scar revsion for the face

Published: September 29, 2009

Some of the simplest things that we surgeons take for granted can be of utmost importance to patents. Just this week I saw a model/actress in follow-up. She cut her lips last year in Paris in a motorbike accident, and had her lip stitched up in an emergency room. Unfortunately, a thick scar formed and … Continue reading Scar revsion for the face