Following the success of the first volume published by Dr Massry and Dr Azizzadeh, the Editors present a second Multispecialty volume. This text is dedicated to Midface and Lower face rejuvenation techniques. An expert team of Editors spanning the practices of Plastic Surgery, Oculoplastic Surgery, Facial Plastic Surgery, and Dermatology discuss anatomy, techniques, procedure planning, complications, and outcomes in each specialty field.
• 10 Truths About Lower Blepharoplasty: A 17 Year Experience
• New Insights Into Lower Lid Retraction
• Volume Preservation Upper Blepharoplasty
• A Personal Perspective on Eyelid Fillers
Beverly Hills, CA – Dr Guy Massry is pleased to announce the launch of mobile.drmassry.com. The new website provides content found at drmassry.com in a format optimized for mobile and tablet devices. Iphone, ipad, and android users are automatically directed to the mobile version of the site. Users will notice the mobile version loads quickly and delivers site information efficiently preserving the user’s bandwidth.
Additionally Dr. Massry’s blog has been optimized for mobile devices and contains a growing information base on oculoplastic and ophthalmic plastic surgery.
The mobile site can be accessed directly at mobile.drmassry.com. Dr. Massry practices cosmetic eyelid surgery in Beverly Hills, California. He is very dedicated to clinical research and teaching, and is a sought after speaker at scientific meetings, publishes in his area of expertise often, and is a fellowship preceptor for training facial plastic surgeons. He has expertise in both primary (first time) and revisional (redo) brow lift surgery, blepharoplasty surgery , mid face lift surgery, facial and eyelid fat grafting and the use of Botox and fillers (Restylane, Juvederm, Belotero, etc.). Dr. Massry can be reached at his office at (310) 657-4302 or through his web site at http://www.drmassry.com
Beverly Hills, CA, January 15, 2013 - Dr. Guy Massry, MD (Beverly Hills cosmetic eyelid surgery) has developed a new and innovative surgical procedure to improve and smooth the transition of the brow to the upper lid (reduce depressions) after upper blepharoplasty surgery. The procedure is similar to repositioning fat in lower lid blepharoplasty (a now well accepted surgery). Dr. Massry has described and presented the procedure at last year’s fall meeting of the American Society of Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (ASOPRS www.asoprs.org) in Chicago, Illinois. The presentation was very well accepted. Dr. Massry has now written the manuscript on the procedure which has been accepted for publication after peer review in an upcoming issue of Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (OPRS). The manuscript is titled “Effacing the Orbitoglabellar Groove with Transposed Upper Eyelid Fat.”
This is the second in a series of publications by Dr. Massry on preserving and repositioning upper eyelid fat during blepharoplasty surgery. The first manuscript was published in 2011 and is cited below
Massry GG. Nasal fat preservation in upper blepharoplasty. Ophth Plast Recosntr Surg 2011;27(5):352-355.
The importance of this innovation is that it allows cosmetic upper blepharoplasty without leading to eyelid depressions (hollows). This is a big step forward in upper blepharoplasty surgery.
Dr. Massry practices cosmetic eyelid surgery in Beverly Hills, California. He is very dedicated to clinical research and teaching, and is a sought after speaker at scientific meetings, publishes in his area of expertise often, and is a fellowship preceptor for training facial plastic surgeons. He has expertise in both primary (first time) and revisional (redo) brow lift surgery, blepharoplasty surger , mid face lift surgery, facial and eyelid fat grafting and the use of Botox and fillers (Restylane, Juvederm, Belotero, etc.). Dr. Massry can be reached at his office at (310) 657-4302 or through his web site at http://www.drmassry,com
Dr Guy Massry, MD (Ophthalmic Plastic Surgery) of Beverly Hills, California has introduced a new surgical technique to improve outcomes in upper eyelid blepharoplasty surgery.
The novel technique demonstrates how to preserve eyelid fat during upper blepharoplasty surgery to prevent postoperative hollowing of the eyelids. This is an important addition to our evolving understanding of maintaining eyelid fat during surgery to prevent a sunken appearance after surgery. This concept has gained wide acceptance with lower lid surgery, but until now has not been elaborated well in upper lid surgery.
Traditional upper blepharoplasty is a subtractive form of surgery that involves the excision of variable amounts of skin, muscle, and fat from the eyelid. The goal of surgery is to improve field of vision and/or appearance. While surgical debulking of the eyelid may improve appearance early on, the removal of tissue inherent to this process (especially fat excision) can contribute to a hollowed appearance with an associated deep and sunken appearance of the upper eyelid. This skeletonized look may be eliminated or reduced by preserving and repositioning a prominent nasal (inner) fat pad, if present, to the central upper eyelid.
The article is featured in the peer reviewed journal Ophthalmic Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery - the primary periodical of the society.
http://journals.lww.com/op-rs/Abstract/publishahead/Nasal_Fat_Preservation_in_Upper_Eyelid.99710.aspx - the full article can be viewed by opening the article PDF under article tools
This recent innovation, which Dr. Massry has also presented at scientific medical meetings, is born out of a continuing effort by Dr Massry to improve the field of Ophthalmic Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery. Dr. Massry is also active making comprehensive information available to anyone considering ophthalmic plastic surgery through his website and social network pages. Please visit www.drmassry.com .
Beverly Hills, CA - Dr. Guy Massy, M.D. will be a guest lecturer at the 7th Annual Las Vegas Cosmetic Surgery Symposium (An International Multi-Specialty Symposium). The symposium is taking place in Las Vegas, NV, June 22-26, 2011 at the Bellagio Hotel.
Dr. Massry’s subjects will include:
- Surgical Pearls for Successful Endoscopic Browlifting
- Aesthetic Management of the Lateral Canthus
- Innovative Use for the “Nasal Fat Pad” of the Upper Lid
The Multi-Specialty Foundations Vegas Cosmetic Symposium is unique is unique in that it provides truly multi-disciplinary cross talk, sharing and cooperation. It is the only educational venue that features the best and brightest in the fields of dermatology, facial plastic surgery, oculoplastic surgery, plastic surgery, practice management and business development. More information is available at www.vegascosmeticsurgery2011.com.
In addition to the Las Vegas speaking engagement Dr. Massry will be conducting a course at the Annual fall meeting of the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery in San Francisco, California Sept 8-11, 2011
His course is titled: Comprehensive lower lid rejuvenation
Presentation is: Saturday, September 10th , 2011 at 5:30pm - 6:20pm
The meeting syllabus will be available at www.aafprs.org
The American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery is the world's largest specialty association for facial plastic surgery. It represents more than 2,700 facial plastic and reconstructive surgeons throughout the world.
Dr. Guy Massry, M.D. is proud to announce the launch of a new website. The new deployment encompasses a broad information base detailing Dr. Massry’s practice and useful information on cosmetic ophthalmic plastic surgery and reconstructive ophthalmic plastic surgery.
Visitors are presented with the resources to make an informed decision about their options for surgery. The site contains multi media presentations and printable articles for the benefit of prospective patients.
Dr. Massry’s intent with the new website is to make information more accessible and make it easy to initiate a consult for ophthalmic plastic surgery or reconstructive ophthalmic plastic surgery.
Please visit www.drmassry.com for more information.
About Dr. Massry
Cosmetic eyelid plastic surgery is a practice which requires a specialist to get the best results. Beverly Hills cosmetic eyelid surgeon, Dr. Guy Massry, has years of experience with eyelid surgery (blepharoplasty, canthoplasty, ptosis repair, eyelid fat grafting, eyelid fat repositioning, etc.) and would be happy to evaluate your specific needs for enhancing your appearance. He practices reconstructive and cosmetic eyelid surgery, reconstructive ophthalmic plastic surgery, cosmetic wrinkle treatment, and more in Los Angeles, West Hills, and Beverly Hills, California.