Atlanta, GA, January 13, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Dr. Guy Massry, MD was an honored guest lecturer at the Southeastern Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Symposium January 10, 2013. This was the 6th annual meeting directed only at oculoplastic surgery (cosmetic and reconstructive surgery focusing on the forehead/eyebrows, eyelids and midface). Dr. Massry was one of 11 national and international invited guest speakers attending the conference. Dr. Massry gave two talks.
In his first talk, Dr. Massry presented data on three new surgical techniques he has developed and published over the last 3 years. The title of the talk was “Modern Adjuncts to Upper Blepharoplasty Surgery.” The three procedures elaborated on (and their publication citing) are as follows:
1. Massry GG. The External Browpexy. Ophthal Plast Recontr Surg 2012;28:90–95
2. Massry GG. Nasal Fat Preservation in Upper Eyelid Blepharoplasty. Opth Plat Reconstr Surg 2011;27: 352-55
3. Massry GG. Effacing the Orbitoglabellar Groove with Transposed Upper Eyelid Fat. ASOPRS Fall Scientific Symposium, Chicago, Ill. Nov 2012. In Press currently in Archives of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
In his second presentation, Dr. Massry discussed his view on aesthetic rejuvenation of the lower eyelid and its transition to the cheek - with fat. The talk was titled “Effacing the Lower Eyelid/Cheek Interface with Fat.”
Both presentations were well received and stimulated lengthy discussion.
Dr. Massry practices cosmetic eyelid surgery in 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 facial plastic surgeons. He has expertise in both primary (first time) and revisional (redo) brow lift surgery, blepharoplasty surgery, mid face lift surgery, facial and eyelid fat grafting and the use of Botox and fillers (Restylane, Juvederm, Belotero, etc.). Dr. Massry can be reached at his office at (310) 657-4302 or through his web site at http://www.drmassry.com.