Anti-Aging From the Inside Out: Fat May Hold the Key

Plastic surgeons have identified specific molecular changes in genome structure that occur in fat that may serve as critical markers for tissue aging. If these changes can be reversed, they may someday provide people with a more youthful appearance on a molecular level — without surgery. The findings were presented at the ASPS annual conference, Plastic Surgery The Meeting in New Orleans.

Gregory R.D. Evans, MD, FACS, Named New ASPS President

Gregory R.D. Evans, MD, FACS, chief of the Aesthetic and Plastic Surgery Institute at the University of California in Irvine, was named president of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) at Plastic Surgery The Meeting.

Lip Lifts for Everyone?

New research shows that lip lifts can be important aspect of facial rejuvenation, and should be offered to more patients, especially women.