Editorial| Volume 5, ISSUE 1, Pxvii, May 2022

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      Jeffrey S. Dover, MD, FRCPC, Editor
      We are delighted to present the fifth issue of Advances in Cosmetic Surgery. Along with my coeditors, Drs Branham, Khetarpal, Ramanadham, and Wulc, we are pleased to present this issue of Advances in Cosmetic Surgery to keep you, our aesthetic surgery colleagues, up-to-date with a series of articles selected that cover so many of the developments in our field. We have chosen topics that will be of interest to dermatologists, facial plastic surgeons, plastic surgeons, and oculoplastic surgeons as well as all those who participate in the field of aesthetic medicine. In this issue of Advances in Cosmetic Surgery, you’ll find a host of topics to address popular and interesting concerns, including platelet-rich fibrin, high-definition liposuction, nonsurgical approaches to the aging neck, tear trough filling, brow elevation with botulinum toxin, thread lifts, chemical fat alteration, earlobe correction, enhanced fluid fat injection, eyelid crease surgery, platysma excision, the isolated deep neck lift, facial noninvasive skin tightening, treatments of melasma, radiofrequency microneedling, and updates on rhinoplasty or otoplasty. These articles were authored by leaders in the field from around the world and will give you all the updated information needed to keep you and your practice on the cutting edge of aesthetic and cosmetic surgery.
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