Despite the availability of many cosmetic surgeries and procedures to treat the aging face, there is still little understanding of how the face grows older. A special presentation at the Annual Meeting of the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS), being held April 11-16, 2013, in New York, NY, will review current results from a study that is documenting the facial aging of plastic surgeons in real-time. “Longitudinal Study of Facial Aging,”moderated by James M. Stuzin, MD, will feature Val S. Lambros, MD, who is conducting the study.
“Typically, facial aging has been understood by what we do to improve the look of the face. For example, when all we were doing was pulling on the face using the facelift, it was thought that the face largely aged by descent. Now t