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Review | July 2, 2015 ONLINE FIRST

Current Status of Fractional Laser Resurfacing

This narrative review summarizes recent studies on treatment with fractional laser resurfacing and adjuvant treatments for skin rejuvenation.

Original Investigation | June 25, 2015 ONLINE FIRST

Rhinoplasty for Short Noses in Asians

This case series uses review of medical records to report outcomes and complications of revision rhinoplasty for postoperative short noses in Asian patients.

Surgical Pearls | June 25, 2015 ONLINE FIRST  audio icon

The "Chef's Knife" in Oblique Split Technique

The author testifies that a general utility surgical "chef's knife" should be part of the surgical set when the use of costal cartilage is an option for the patient.

Original Investigation | June 18, 2015 FREE ONLINE FIRST

Labial Strength and Function in Facial Paralysis

This study of patients with unilateral facial paralysis found labial strength to be reduced across the lip and recommends the Iowa Oral Performance Instrument as an effective tool for measuring labial strength and evaluating the effectiveness of facial reanimation procedures.

Original Investigation | June 11, 2015 ONLINE FIRST  audio icon

Broad Nasal Tip Modification in Asian Patients Undergoing Rhinoplasty

This study describes use of the cruciate overlap technique in modification of broad nasal tips in 43 Chinese patients undergoing rhinoplasty.

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