Joseph Sobanko, MD, considers the present and future of facial plastic surgery to identify what’s needed to satisfy both patients seeking facial rejuvenation and the practitioners who care for them. Among the areas of consideration: safer, faster acting and more effective aesthetic fillers and injectables; board regulation of minimally invasive cosmetic procedures; an improved appreciation for the idiosyncrasies of the facial vasculature and ennervation; stem cell cosmetics and ultrasound visualization.
- Clinical Briefing: CAD-CAM Modeling for Craniofacial Surgery
- Case Study: Ms. C, a 23-year-old woman, was referred to Penn Plastic Surgery for correction of orbital hypertolerism, a condition defined by excessive distance between the eyes and orbits, and vertical orbital dystopia, a condition where...
- Dr. Sobanko’s Profile