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Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery FAQ Videos

 The Johns Hopkins Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Center provides a comprehensive, individualized approach to every cosmetic and reconstructive surgery patient. Our experts answer some of the most commonly asked questions about facial reanimation surgery, cosmetic surgery and ethnic plastic surgery.

Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery: Johns Hopkins: Q&A

Lisa Ishii, M.D., a Johns Hopkins facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon, answers frequently asked questions about facial cosmetic and reconstructive surgery. She provides information on when and why you should consult a facial plastic surgeon and what you can expect at your first appointment.

Cosmetic Procedures

Ethnic Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery: Johns Hopkins: Q&A

Johns Hopkins facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon Kofi Boahene answers questions about ethnic facial plastic surgery. He discusses facial scarring, rhinoplasty, jaw contouring and how to choose a facial plastic surgeon.

Facial Injections and Fillers: What You Need to Know

Kofi Boahene, a Johns Hopkins facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon, explains the "Need to Know" for choosing a facial injectable or filler over facial cosmetic surgery, the side effects, and how long the results last.

Rhinoplasty: What You Need to Know

Find out what you need to know about rhinoplasty from Johns Hopkins facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon Patrick Byrne, including when to have one, what makes this procedure unique and what to expect after surgery.

Reconstructive Procedures

Facial Paralysis and Facial Reanimation: Q&A

Johns Hopkins facial plastic and reconstruction surgeon Patrick Byrne answers questions about facial paralysis surgical techniques. He provides information on temporalis tendon transfer (T3) and gracilis free flap procedures and on placement of eye weights to recreate a balanced face.

Nasal Tip Surgical Reconstruction Options After Mohs Surgery

Learn about three options for nasal tip reconstruction following Mohs surgery: local flap, skin graft and forehead flap from Johns Hopkins facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon Patrick Byrne.

Mohs Reconstructive Surgery for Face, Head and Neck: What You Need to Know

Patrick Byrne, a facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon at Johns Hopkins Medicine, explains the "Need to Know" on how to choose a Mohs reconstructive surgeon; how procedures are performed on the face, neck and head; and outcomes after surgery.

Facial Paralysis Surgical Options: What You Need to Know

What you need to know about three options for facial reanimation surgery: masseteric nerve transfer, temporalis tendon transfer and gracilis free tissue flap from Johns Hopkins facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon Patrick Byrne.

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