Criteria This award will recognise the consultant plastic surgeon who has created the best surgical aesthetic result for a patient. The practitioner may have utilised non-surgical treatments to complement the result. Please note that formatting cannot be copied and pasted from Word documents, so you should only add these when submitting your entry on the website. As well as providing photographic evidence of an excellent aesthetic result, the entry should demonstrate excellent patient care and patient satisfaction with the outcome. The finalists’ before and after images of their patient will be displayed at the Aesthetics Awards, on the Aesthetics Awards website, in the Aesthetics journal and across social media, so entrants must confirm they have permission to use the images for marketing purposes. Treatment must have been given after January 1 2019. The winner will be selected by the Aesthetics Awards judges.
This 59-year-old female patient consulted Consultant Plastic Surgeon Mr Tunc Tiryaki with concerns about her ageing face. Her particular concerns were centred around the sagging of her midface skin and neck, loss of jawline, and lack of skin elasticity and glow. As a heavy smoker, the extreme deterioration of her skin quality, compared to her relatively young age, was very noticeable and she felt very self-conscious of “aged appearance”.
Firstly, the two main concerns which would need addressing were identified; the bone and deep soft tissue resorption and the consequential skin sagging.
It was concluded that a Mini-Facelift and Neck lift procedure would be required to address the skin excess and sagging and an autologous stem cell enriched fat grafting to address the skin quality loss at the same time.
The procedure was conducted under sedation in order to decrease the postoperative discomfort and provide faster recovery.
The patient is absolutely thrilled with the results by Mr Tiryaki and the “miracle he had created for me.”
This is the case story of a 49 y.o female patient with very advanced signs of facial ageing with the underlying condition of colitis ulcerosa. At this advanced stage of facial ageing no non-invasive procedure could have given her an appropriate result.
She underwent my signature TBT face and neck lift which is a strictly vertical SMAS lift. All fat tissue was preserved.
The results show her 1 year post-op at age 50. She shows no more signs of facial ageing, her scars are almost invisible, she shows no stigmata of a face lift, her result is very natural and she looks today almost 15 years younger. Compared to her younger look with 21 years of age (see attachment in supporting information) we can see that the facelift didn't change her characteristic facial features but restored them instead. That is what a great face lift should do.
The before- after photos speak for themselves.
Thyroid Eye Disease (TED) or Graves’ Orbitopathy (GO) is an autoimmune condition of the eye socket, affecting the muscles and fatty tissue behind the eye, causing them to become swollen, red and inflamed, while sometimes altering their appearance and making them bulge, or scarring the muscles that move the eye, causing double vision. In rare cases, TED can lead to blindness caused by optic nerve compromise at the back of the eye or from corneal exposure and infection at the front of the eyes.
Daniel Ezra, one of the UK’s top ophthalmic and oculoplastic surgeons, carries out NHS and private work at Moorfields Eye Hospital and on Harley Street. He is currently a full-time consultant and the endoscopic lacrimal surgery lead at the Adnexal Department at Moorfields Eye Hospital. He is also the research lead and training director of the department.
I have innovated and improved the results that can be achieved in treating severe festoons, which is a poorly understood condition, given its idiopathic nature & risk of recurrence. Published scientific methods include sub-periosteal face lift or direct excision, however festoons are challenging to treat as they can persist, despite surgical efforts to remove them, necessitating further treatments to address the malar fat via direct excision, off-label Kybella injection or liposuction.
By combining my knowledge of non- surgical & surgical modalities, I have used a minimally invasive strategy to tighten the malar fat pad using fractionated radiofrequency & to stimulate neo-collagenesis to optimise skin quality prior to surgery. I have used innovative skin muscle flap aesthetic techniques to minimise visible surgical scars.
I am delighted that by combining advanced techniques, I have achieved high patient satisfaction with minimal downtime & natural aesthetic results.
I have selected this patient as she demonstrates well what is achievable with a mummy makeover surgery. This surgery is increasingly common, takes 4 hours and requires 1 night stay in hospital. I do a lot of mummy makeovers - please have a look at my instagram @dr_danmarsh to see many more examples of this type of surgery.
After having lost a significant amount of weight as a teenager and waiting over 15 years to pluck up the courage to have a consultation about body contouring , my patient underwent 360 body lift first followed by brachioplasty and thighplasty at a later date. She has had an excellent outcome, regained her confidence and now has become an active social media advocate for similar patients.
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