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Got Fat?: Plastic Surgeons Review Fat-Melting and Fat-Grafting Procedures
Date:5/2/2008

olysis actually works -- and how exactly it

works. Safety concerns will be reviewed during the study.

-- Lipo-Transfer: Kotaro Yoshimura, MD, a plastic surgeon from Tokyo, will

be presenting new advances in Lipo Transfer. One common problem with

this procedure is the difficulty predicting the survival rate of

transplanted fat or the risk of fibrosis and calcification. To overcome

the problem, Dr. Yoshimura has developed a strategy called Cell-Assisted

Lipotransfer (CAL), which employs patients' adipose-derived stem

cells and can be applied to breast augmentation. He expects that this

technique will improve the survival rate and prevent post operative

atrophy of transplanted fat tissue.

-- Laser-Assisted Lipolysis: Arturo Prado, MD, Barry E. DiBernardo, MD,

and Jeffrey M. Kenkel, MD, will present on laser-assisted (fat

destroying) Lipolysis. Dr. Prado, a plastic surgeon in Chile, will

report on his randomized double-blind study that compared traditional

lipoplasty and laser-assisted lipoplasty. Dr. DiBernardo (Cutera,

Cynosure, Lumensis and Apira Science), a plastic surgeon in Montclair,

NJ, is going to discuss the first preliminary clinical trial of

SmartLipo. Dr. Kenkel (Palomar), a plastic surgeon in Dallas, TX, will

discuss his clinical experience with CoolLipo and ProLipo.

As plastic surgeons concerned about patient safety, we want to be sure that the treatments we recommend are backed by good science and sufficient clinical experience," says Foad Nahai, MD, ASAPS President and a plastic surgeon in Atlanta, GA. "Many of these innovations in aesthetic surgery may prove to be widely beneficial, but at the beginning they must be used cautiously and, of course, only with the patient's full informed consent.

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