Beverly Hills, CA, December 20, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Dr. Guy Massry, ophthalmic plastic surgery – Beverly Hills, California, has published three articles in the most recent edition of the Journal of Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (OPRS) – the scientific journal of the American Society of Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (ASOPRS). The articles are “An Argument for Closed Canthal Suspension in Aesthetic Lower Blepharoplaty,” an invited commentary on the manuscript “The Sigmoid Upper Blepharoplasty: Redefining Beauty,” and “ A Novel Technique of Jones Tube Fixation for Refractory Tube Extrusion. The first two articles provide important perspective on contemporary aesthetic eyelid surgery.
ASOPRS - http://www.asoprs.org - is the organization which trains, certifies and accredits surgeons who specialize in ophthalmic plastic surgery. The specialty focuses on cosmetic surgery of the forehead/eyebrows, eyelids, middle face (cheeks) and reconstructive surgery of the same areas, tear ducts and orbits (bones which house the eyes).
The journal OPRS - http://journals.lww.com/op-rs/pages/default.aspx - is published bi-monthly and publishes on standard, new and innovative topics within the field of ophthalmic plastic surgery.
Dr. Massry practices n Beverly Hills, California. He is very dedicated to clinical research and teaching, and is a sought after speaker at scientific meetings, publishes in his area of expertise often, and is a fellowship preceptor for training of facial plastic surgeons. He has expertise in both primary (first time) and revisional (redo) surgery of these areas of the face mentioned above. Dr. Massry can be reached at his office at (310) 657-4302 or through his web site at http://www.drmassry.com