European Academy of Facial Plastic Surgery (EAFPS). Update 2020.

Any surgeon is concerned by the cosmetic implications of the surgical procedures, but this fact has a particular significance for Head&Neck Surgeons. It does not matter if the patient is getting surgery for a cosmetic reason or to treat cancer, we will always look for the best possible cosmetic outcome.

I am an active member of the EAFPS since  year 2009. I have been devoted to functional rhinoplasty, otoplasty, surgery of Head&Neck skin cancer, Head&Neck general reconstructive surgery and, lately, to the cosmetic contributions of Minimally Invasive Surgery in the Head&Neck, particularly of robotic surgery.

Granell J el al. Cosmetic contributions of robotic surgery in the head and neck. Present and near future. 2015 Annual Conference of the European Academy of Facial Plastic Surgery (EAFPS). Cannes, 24-26 Sep 2015

Granell J et al. Doubts about having enough cartilage in augmentation rhinoplasty? Do not think twice, get the rib!. 2015 Annual Conference of the European Academy of Facial Plastic Surgery (EAFPS). Cannes, 24-26 Sep 2015

Granell J el al. Advising rhinoplasty in a public hospital: a functional perspective. Nose & Face world. VII International Congress IFFPSS (International Federation of Facial Plastic Surgery Societies). Techniques, tastes and trends in facial plastic surgery. A global perspective. Milán, 11 May, 2012.

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