When we sent out this survey, there were no known similar data published focusing on facial plastic surgeons who had been in practice only a few years. A review of the literature found several reports that examined some, but not all, points of interest. In 2008, the AAFPRS published a report of a survey looking at trends in facial plastic surgery,1 which had a 10% response rate. There also are articles that report data about academic plastic surgeons,2 practice trends of plastic surgeons,3,4 practice information for plastic surgeons 50 years or older,5 facial trauma repair distribution among specialties,6 and differences in practice with respect to sex,7 but none focused specifically on young facial plastic surgeons. For this reason, we sought to survey this group to obtain new data on this subset of facial plastic surgeons.