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Craniofacial Surgery: Applications in private practice from trauma to aesthetics
Craniofacial Surgery: Applications in private practice from trauma to aesthetics
Craniofacial Surgery: Applications in private practice from trauma to aesthetics
Craniofacial Surgery: Applications in private practice from trauma to aesthetics
Craniofacial Surgery: Applications in private practice from trauma to aesthetics
Craniofacial Surgery: Applications in private practice from trauma to aesthetics
Craniofacial Surgery: Applications in private practice from trauma to aesthetics
Craniofacial Surgery: Applications in private practice from trauma to aesthetics
Craniofacial Surgery: Applications in private practice from trauma to aesthetics
Craniofacial Surgery: Applications in private practice from trauma to aesthetics
Craniofacial Surgery: Applications in private practice from trauma to aesthetics
Craniofacial Surgery: Applications in private practice from trauma to aesthetics
Craniofacial Surgery: Applications in private practice from trauma to aesthetics
Craniofacial Surgery: Applications in private practice from trauma to aesthetics
Craniofacial Surgery: Applications in private practice from trauma to aesthetics
Craniofacial Surgery: Applications in private practice from trauma to aesthetics
Craniofacial Surgery: Applications in private practice from trauma to aesthetics
Craniofacial Surgery: Applications in private practice from trauma to aesthetics
Craniofacial Surgery: Applications in private practice from trauma to aesthetics
Craniofacial Surgery: Applications in private practice from trauma to aesthetics
Craniofacial Surgery: Applications in private practice from trauma to aesthetics
Craniofacial Surgery: Applications in private practice from trauma to aesthetics
Craniofacial Surgery: Applications in private practice from trauma to aesthetics
Craniofacial Surgery: Applications in private practice from trauma to aesthetics
Craniofacial Surgery: Applications in private practice from trauma to aesthetics
Craniofacial Surgery: Applications in private practice from trauma to aesthetics
Craniofacial Surgery: Applications in private practice from trauma to aesthetics
Craniofacial Surgery: Applications in private practice from trauma to aesthetics
Craniofacial Surgery: Applications in private practice from trauma to aesthetics
Craniofacial Surgery: Applications in private practice from trauma to aesthetics
Craniofacial Surgery: Applications in private practice from trauma to aesthetics
Craniofacial Surgery: Applications in private practice from trauma to aesthetics
Craniofacial Surgery: Applications in private practice from trauma to aesthetics
Craniofacial Surgery: Applications in private practice from trauma to aesthetics
Craniofacial Surgery: Applications in private practice from trauma to aesthetics
Craniofacial Surgery: Applications in private practice from trauma to aesthetics
Craniofacial Surgery: Applications in private practice from trauma to aesthetics
Craniofacial Surgery: Applications in private practice from trauma to aesthetics
Craniofacial Surgery: Applications in private practice from trauma to aesthetics
Craniofacial Surgery: Applications in private practice from trauma to aesthetics
Craniofacial Surgery: Applications in private practice from trauma to aesthetics
Craniofacial Surgery: Applications in private practice from trauma to aesthetics
Craniofacial Surgery: Applications in private practice from trauma to aesthetics
Craniofacial Surgery: Applications in private practice from trauma to aesthetics
Craniofacial Surgery: Applications in private practice from trauma to aesthetics
Craniofacial Surgery: Applications in private practice from trauma to aesthetics
Craniofacial Surgery: Applications in private practice from trauma to aesthetics
Craniofacial Surgery: Applications in private practice from trauma to aesthetics
Craniofacial Surgery: Applications in private practice from trauma to aesthetics
Craniofacial Surgery: Applications in private practice from trauma to aesthetics
Craniofacial Surgery: Applications in private practice from trauma to aesthetics
Craniofacial Surgery: Applications in private practice from trauma to aesthetics
Craniofacial Surgery: Applications in private practice from trauma to aesthetics
Craniofacial Surgery: Applications in private practice from trauma to aesthetics
Craniofacial Surgery: Applications in private practice from trauma to aesthetics
Craniofacial Surgery: Applications in private practice from trauma to aesthetics
Craniofacial Surgery: Applications in private practice from trauma to aesthetics
Craniofacial Surgery: Applications in private practice from trauma to aesthetics
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Craniofacial Surgery: Applications in private practice from trauma to aesthetics

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Craniofacial Surgeon, Dr. Jennifer Keagle, discusses applicability of craniofacial surgery in everyday Plastic Surgery private practice. The talk encompasses treatment of trauma (both soft tissue and …

Craniofacial Surgeon, Dr. Jennifer Keagle, discusses applicability of craniofacial surgery in everyday Plastic Surgery private practice. The talk encompasses treatment of trauma (both soft tissue and bony), cleft lip and palate, pediatric plastic surgery and aesthetics. The main focus is on use of autologous materials. Primarily concentrating on fat injection with the Coleman microinfiltration technique and bone grafting. Also discusses genioplasty in place of chin implants.

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  1. Craniofacial Surgery- from Trauma to Aesthetics Jennifer Newman Keagle, M.D . Clinical Assistant Professor, UCLA Division of Plastic Surgery Private Practice, California and Good Samaritan Hospitals Attending Plastic Surgeon, Cleft Palate Clinic at White Memorial Hospital
  2.  What is Craniofacial Surgery?  Do your homework!  Craniofacial Surgery in private practice  Pediatric  Traumatic  Orthognathicsurgery  Aesthetics  Rhinoplasty  Genioplasty  Fat injection  Breast  Lips, fold and other wrinkles
  3. What is Craniofacial Surgery?  Head and Face  Trauma  Soft tissue  Bony  Congenital defects  Cleft  Craniosynostosis  Orthognathic  “Pediatric Plastic Surgery”: nevi, skin tags, microtia, prominent ears, scar revisions, NICU consults, etc.  Cosmetic
  4. I try to…  “use your own „stuff‟”  Autologous, autologous, autologous  Remember that foreign bodies can cause infection and reaction
  5. How does one become a Craniofacial Surgeon?
  6. My Training Medical School (Northwestern) 4 yrs General Surgery Residency-UCSF • 5 yrs (+ 2 yrs basic science research)= 7 yrs • Board Certification Plastic Surgery Residency-UCSF • 2 yrs • Board Certification Craniofacial Fellowship-UCLA
  7. My Practice Aesthetic (including Breast Reconstruction)= 45% Pediatric reonstruction=45% Trauma reconstruction=10%
  8. Do your homework!
  9. Why should I go to a Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon? Aren’t you all the same????
  10. Are you my Plastic Surgeon? “Cosmetic Surgeon” Dentist Emergency Room Physician Internal Medicine Oral Surgeon Podiatrist
  11. Plastic Surgeon = Cosmetic Surgeon Cosmetic Surgeon = Plastic Surgeon/
  12. DO YOUR HOMEWORK! Member of the ASPS (American Society of Plastic Surgeons) and/or Board Certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery
  13. Craniofacial surgery in private practice
  14. Pediatric
  15. Pediatric Plastic Surgery  Cleft lip  Cleft palate  Ear deformities  Hemifacialmicrosomia  Lump, bumps, nevi  Scar revisions
  16. Nevi
  17. Benign lesions
  18. Trauma
  19. TRAUMA  Soft tissue  Bony  Secondary reconstruction
  20. Soft tissue trauma
  21. Bony Craniofacial Trauma
  22. Frontal Sinus
  23. Orbital
  24. Nasoorbitalethmoid (NOE)
  25. LeFort I
  26. Mandible
  27. Zygomaticomaxillary Complex (ZMC)
  28. Secondary reconstruction due to trauma
  29. Orthognathic
  30. Orthognathic  “jaw surgery”  Lefort I (maxilla)  BSSO (mandible)  “double jaw” (maxilla and mandible)  Functional (underbite, overbite)  Cleft patients (more common with bilateral)  OSA  Aesthetic surgery (genioplasty)
  31. Aesthetics
  32. Aesthetic Surgery  Usingautologous materials  Rhinoplasty  Genioplasty  Breast  Lips, folds and other wrinkles
  33. Rhinoplasty Use of cartilaginous grafting Rib grafts Osteotomies Reconstruction vs. aesthetic
  34. Genioplasty  Not a chin implant  Using your bone to augment or reduce chin  Fixation with plates and screws  Outpatient  Incision hidden in your mouth  Less infection/less bony erosion
  35. Fat Injection (the permanent filler)
  36. Fat injection  Autologous  Coleman microinfiltration technique  0.1cc per pass  >50% take  Fat is centrifuged  Hand liposuction  Outpatient or in the office  Reconstructive or aesthetic  PERMANENT!  Takes 1-3 sessions for adequate fill
  37. Craniofacial surgery in everyday practice  The Face  Try to always use autologous: fat, cartilage, bone  Less apt to use synthetic  Reconstructive  Aesthetic  Kids  Adults
  38. THANK YOU! Jennifer Keagle, M.D. O: 213-250-1300 C: 213-505-6012 jnk@drkeagle.com

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