Rump, booty, bottom, tushie. There are a lot of terms for rear ends — almost as many as there are approaches used by plastic surgeons to augment them.
Val Lambros, MD, a pioneer in aesthetic plastic surgery, continues to redefine aging progression. This time using 3D imaging at the Aesthetic Meeting of the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery in Las Vegas.
Somebody with a sense of humor created the “#turkeygobbler” Twitter hashtag for a session about optimizing neck contouring at The Aesthetic Meeting this week in Las Vegas. Funny stuff. But ridding patients of their troublesome wattles is a serious, difficult and potentially dicey business for plastic surgeons.
News about cosmetic fillers and potential complications gets plastic surgeons’ attention. After all, fillers are the second most common procedure (following neuromodulator injections) that plastic surgeons perform, according to Jamil Ahmad, M.D., director of research and education, The Plastic Surgery Clinic, Ontario, Canada, and assistant professor of surgery at University of Toronto.