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In the News
Atlanta Plastic Surgery Physicians Lead Breast Symposium
Story credit Medical News Today, dated January 9, 2006
The Southeastern Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons (SESPRS) has assembled an all-star faculty for its 23rd Annual Breast Surgery Symposium, scheduled January 19-21, at the Grand Hyatt Atlanta in Buckhead. Titled “Raising the Bar,” the symposium will cover a full range of topics in augmentation and reconstructive breast surgery, with an emphasis on practical solutions to problems relevant to all plastic surgeons.
Iraqi Child With Spina Bifida Travels To Atlanta For Surgery
Story credit Medical News Today, dated January 9,2006
After being rescued by soldiers of the Georgia Army National Guard’s 48th Brigade during a home raid in Baghdad in early December, 3-month-old Iraqi “Baby Noor” was flown to Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta to receive life-saving surgery. Baby Noor was born with spina bifida, a birth defect in which the spinal column fails to completely close. She is being treated by Roger Hudgins, M.D., chief of neurosurgery at Children’s. Dr. Hudgins will be assisted by Fernando Burstein, M.D., Medical Director of the Center for Craniofacial Disorders at Children’s. Children’s and the surgeons have offered to perform the delicate operation at no cost.
FDA Approves GEL Implants
Story credits Medical News Today, dated November 17, 2006
After rigorous scientific review, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) today approved the marketing of silicone gel-filled breast implants made by two companies for breast reconstruction in women of all ages and breast augmentation in women ages 22 and older. The products are manufactured by Allergan Corp. (formerly Inamed Corp.), Irvine, Calif., and Mentor Corp., Santa Barbara, Calif.
Special Health Issue of Atlanta Magazine features APS surgeons
Story credits Medical News Today, dated January 09, 2006
The August 2001 Special Health Issue of Atlanta Magazine has once again recognized Atlanta Plastic Surgery physicians as top surgeons in the specialty of plastic surgery. Philip H. Beegle, MD, L. Franklyn Elliott, MD and Fernando D. Burstein, MD, all make the list again. Please see Atlanta Magazine’s website at www.atlantamagazine.com
BOTOX® is Now Approved by FDA for Wrinkle Reduction
BOTOX®, a derivative of Botulinum Toxin Type A, is used to temporarily paralyze various muscles of the face in order to reduce lines and wrinkles. BOTOX® treatment is a simple, non-surgical procedure used to smooth the deep, persistent lines between eyebrows and around the eyes . BOTOX® is a natural, purified protein that is administered through a few tiny injections to relax the muscles that cause lines to form. After BOTOX® you can frown, smile, or look surprised without the furrows, creases, and wrinkles. While the results are dramatic, it will not radically change your appearance or make you look like you have had plastic surgery. Within days the results are apparent and will last up to four months. BOTOX ® is a registered trademark of Allergan, Inc.
The procedure is carried out in the APS office by our Physicians and Certified Physician Assistants.
Atlanta Plastic Surgery now features the Aurora Photorejuvination Device
AYA, Atlanta Plastic Surgery’s retail medical spa, located at Phipps Plaza, now proudly offers Foto-facial with its new Aurora Intense Pulse Light/Radio Frequency device. The Aurora, using a combination of intense light and radio frequency, is able to effectively address several common skin issues. Foto-facial, or Facial Photo-Rejuvination, is the latest technology offered in the battle for more beautiful skin. Using the Aurora, patients can expect facial wrinkle reduction, reduced facial vascularity and reduction of pigmented lesions (age and sun spots). Combined with micro-dermabrasion, Power Peel, patients can expect smoother, clearer skin. For more information contact one of our professionals at AYA™ Medical Spa or Atlanta Plastic Surgery for a free consultation.
AYA – A Healthy Skin Experience – 404.842-1772