About Dr. Guy Massry

Guy G. Massry, M.D., is an ophthalmic plastic and reconstructive surgeon, also known as an oculoplastic surgeon. His specific expertise is in cosmetic surgery of specific areas of the face. This website provides relevant information regarding the procedures Dr. Massry performs, and the importance of his specialty.

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Why Choose Dr. Massry for Your Surgery?

Because the eyes are a vital part of one’s face, and provide our most important sense, vision, only an oculoplastic specialist should perform surgery in this area. Dr. Massry has developed a reputation as an excellent educator, clinician and surgeon. His background and experience set him apart from general cosmetic surgeons, and substantiate his qualifications for the wide array of procedures he performs. He is well respected among his peers and within the community; and he will provide an honest and valued opinion regarding your surgical needs.

Dr. Massry's Textbooks

Dr. Massry's new textbook "Master Techniques in Blepharoplasty and Periorbital Rejuvenation" has just been released (October 2011). This is Dr. Massry's second text. The first entitled "Pearls and Pitfalls in Cosmetic Oculoplastic Surgery," was released in 2009 and has been a great success (see below). While the first book details how to achieve the best results to aesthetic forehead/eyebrow/eyelid and midface surgery, the second is less of a how to book, and more of a definitive textbook. It has hundreds of surgical photos, illustrations, and comprehensively covers all aspects of surgery of the eyelids and surrounding areas. The text is one of the definitive references in the field of cosmetic eyelid surgery. Dr. Massry edited the text and wrote a number of the chapters. The text includes contributions from leaders in the fields of plastic surgery, facial plastic surgery, oculoplastic surgery and dermatology. As such it is truly multidisciplinary. For this reason alone it is unique and provides perspective on the subject as no previous text has. It is an exquisitely illustrated and written and comprehensive in content. The initial response to the text has been highly positive with copies being purchased by surgeons across all the specialties described from all over the world.

The book can be found at the publisher's link - or at Amazon.com.

In 2009 Dr. Massry's first textbook "Pearl's And Pitfalls in Cosmetic Oculoplastic Surgery" hit the shelves and has been a big success. Rather than being a typical "How To" textbook - it concentrates on lessons learned over the years by Dr. Massry and the distinguished group of authors included in the book. The book has been very well-accepted by the medical community and is also available through the publisher's link - or at Amazon.com.

In June 2011 Dr. Massry was an invited speaker/lecturer at the 7th Annual Las Vegas Cosmetic Surgery Multi-Specialty Symposium. Dr. Massry gave an instructional course titled "Successful Endoscopic Brow lifting," and two separate lectures:

1. Nasal Fat Preservation In Upper Blepharoplasty – A New Technique
2. Aesthetic Canthal Surgery – My Approach

In September 2011 Dr. Massry was an invited speaker for the 46th Annual Fall Meeting of the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. He presented an instructional course titled: "Comprehensive Lower Eyelid Rejuvenation"

In October 2011 Dr. Massry was an invited speaker at the 42nd Annual Fall Scientific Symposium of the American Society of Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. He presented a scientific poster titled "Cicatricial Canthal Webs," and gave a lecture on a new procedure he developed titled "The External Browpexy." In November 2011 Dr Massry was an invited speaker at the Cedars Sinai Multidisciplinary Plastic Surgery Symposium. He presented a lecture titled "Novel Adjunctive Procedures to Blepharoplasty Surgery – Fat Preservation and The External Browpexy."

Dr. Massry is currently editing a two series book set from the Plastic Surgery Clinics series. The first concentrates on the forehead/eyebrows and upper lids. It should be in Press in Nov 2012. The second will be out the following year and centers on the lower lids and midface.

Dr. Massry is a fellow of the American Society of Ophthalmic Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery, as well as a Diplomat of the American Board of Ophthalmology.


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