- Dr. Nan-Ze Yu
- Department of Plastic Surgery, Peking Union Medical College Hospital, Beijing, China.
Special Issue Introduction
For thousands of years, human beings have been pursuing forever young. With the prolongation of life span, facial rejuvenation has becoming a more and more important content in modern plastic and aesthetic surgery, that is, to improve or delay facial aging and restore young appearance through specific methods.
At present, the treatment methods of facial aging can be roughly divided into three categories as follows: 1) surgery, including face lift, blepharoplasty, thread lifting et al. 2) minimally invasive treatments, including autologous fat grafting, fillers, botulinum toxin injections et al. 3) non-invasive methods, such as lasers, IPL skin resurfacing, radio frequency skin tightening et al.
In this special issue of Plastic and Aesthetic Research, we aim to address some hot topics in comprehensive treatment of facial aging, that will enhance the current practice and achieve better outcomes for our patients. We would like to invite contributing authors who are distinguished experts in plastic surgery, aesthetic surgery, dermatology and others from around the world to share their clinical experience and research.
KeywordsFacial aging, facial rejuvenation, face lift; blepharoplasty, thread lifting, fat grafting, fillers, botulinum toxin, laser, skin resurfacing
Submission Deadline30 Jun 2022