Just over two years ago, 26-year-old Christine Carter weighed 275 pounds. A food addiction had filled the void left by her former smoking habit, and no number of hours spent exercising or attempts at eating a nutritiously balanced diet could keep pace with the sheer ... Continue Reading
Stubborn, excess fat doesn’t always accumulate in just one region of the body, prompting many men and women to inquire about how many areas can be treated in a single liposuction session. For the vast majority of patients, there isn’t a concrete limit on the ... Continue Reading
This is a great question that I hear frequently from patients seeking to diminish localized pockets of diet- and exercise-resistant fat on certain regions of the body. The simple answer is this: Yes, the results achieved with liposuction can be permanent, but only if a ... Continue Reading
With summer right around the corner, many people have been working hard to eat healthily and exercise regularly to get in shape for trips to the beach, weekends at the lake, or simply hanging out at the pool. While these efforts are likely helping most ... Continue Reading
There are a variety of factors that can influence the longevity of facelift surgery results, some of which include the patient’s skin quality, the particular technique employed by their plastic surgeon and the lifestyle they lead in the years after their procedure. Generally speaking, healthier, ... Continue Reading
As time passes, the formation of lines and wrinkles, skin laxity, and numerous other aging symptoms on the face is inevitable. However, due to factors such as genetics, lifestyle choices, sun exposure, and various environmental elements, these signs of aging don’t always develop at the ... Continue Reading
Two common questions I hear from women considering abdominoplasty (tummy tuck) are: “Can I undergo abdominoplasty prior to having children?” and “Are there any serious risks if I become pregnant after tummy tuck surgery?” Although the answers to these inquiries may vary from patient to ... Continue Reading
Tummy tuck surgery – also referred to as abdominoplasty – can often be a great option for men and women who have extra skin, excess fat and/or muscle laxity in the abdominal region that remains resistant to even the healthiest of diets and strictest exercise ... Continue Reading
This is a question I frequently hear from women and men who are seeking to achieve a slimmer, more toned midsection after traditional means of diet and exercise have failed to produce the results they desire. While both surgical options can effectively sculpt the midsection ... Continue Reading
Noticeable scarring following breast lift surgery (mastopexy) is a concern many prospective patients share. Unfortunately, some degree of scarring after mastopexy is unavoidable, as the removal of excess skin and the reshaping/repositioning of breast tissues requires the employment of strategically placed incisions. Depending on your ... Continue Reading
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1.Predictable Control of Tip Projection and Rotation: Septal Extension Grafts. Rod, J. Rohrich, Jamil Ahmad, T. Jonathan Kurkjian, H. Steve Byrd. Dallas Rhinoplasty: Nasal Surgery by the Masters, Third Edition. 2014.
2.Adjusting Rotation of the Nasal Tip. Rod J. Rohrich, Georges Tabbal, T. Jonathan Kurkjian, Jamil Ahmad. Dallas Rhinoplasty: Nasal Surgery by the Masters, Third Edition. 2014.
3.Importance of the Alar-Columellar Relationship. Jack P. Gunter, Rod J. Rohrich, T. Jonathan Kurkjian, Jamil Ahmad. Dallas Rhinoplasty: Nasal Surgery by the Masters, Third Edition. 2014.
4.The Role of Soft Tissue Fillers in Rhinoplasty. Rod J. Rohrich, T. Jonathan Kurkjian, Jamil Ahmad. Dallas Rhinoplasty: Nasal Surgery by the Masters, Third Edition. 2014.
5.Classifying Deformities of the Columella Base in Rhinoplasty. Michael R. Lee, Georges Tabbal, T. Jonathan Kurkjian; Jason Roostaeian; Rod J. Rohrich. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. April 2014.
6.Soft-Tissue Fillers in Rhinoplasty. T. Jonathan Kurkjian, Jamil Ahmad, Rod J. Rohrich. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. February 2014.
7.Anatomy of the Supratrochlear Nerve: Implications for the Surgical Treatment of Migraine Headaches. Jeffrey E. Janis, Daniel A. Hatef, Robert Hagan, Timothy Schaub, Jerome H. Liu, HemaThakar, Kelly M. Bolden, Justin B. Heller, T. Jonathan Kurkjian. Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery. April 2013.
8.The Effect of the Columellar Strut on Nasal Tip Position. Rodney J. Rohrich, T. Jonathan Kurkjian, Ronald E. Hoxworth, Phillip J. Stephan, Ali Mojallal. Journal of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. October 2012.
9.Role of the Columellar Strut in Rhinoplasty – Indications and Rationale. Ron Hoxworth, Rodney J. Rohrich, T. Jonathan Kurkjian. Journal of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. January 2012.
10.Brow Lift in Facial Rejuvenation: A Systematic Literature Review of Open versus Endoscopic Techniques. Darrell W. Graham, Justin Heller, T. Jonathan Kurkjian, Timothy Schaub, Rod J. Rohrich.Journal of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. October 2011.
11.Impact of the Current Economy on Facial Cosmetic Surgery. T. Jonathan Kurkjian, Jeffrey M. Kenkel. Aesthetic Surgery Journal. September 2011.
12.Refinements in Abdominoplasty – A 20-year single surgeon review. Andrew P. Trussler, T. Jonathan Kurkjian, Daniel Hatef, Rodney J. Rohrich. Journal of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. October 2010.
13.Soft Tissue Fillers in Secondary Rhinoplasty: Jamil Ahmad, T. Jonathan Kurkjian, Rod J. Rohrich: Secondary Rhinoplasty by the Global Masters Volume 1
14.Altering Tip Rotation and Projection: Jamil Ahmad,Rod J. Rohrich, Georges N. Tabbal, T. Jonathan Kurkjian: Secondary Rhinoplasty by the Global Masters Volume 1
15.The Alar Rims and Columella: Rod J. Rohrich, Jamil Ahmad, T. Jonathan Kurkjian: Secondary Rhinoplasty by the Global Masters Volume 1