Michael Brenner

University of Michigan Medical School United States of America

Dr. Michael J. Brenner, M.D., F.A.C.S is Director of Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery at SIU School of Medicine. Dr Brenner was awarded his medical degree through the 7-year Honors Program in Medical Education at Northwestern University Medical School. He went on to perform residency in the 7-year Advanced Clinical Scholars Program in Otolaryngology – Head & Neck Surgery at Washington University Medical School, completing a two year Plastic Surgery Research Fellowship. His training culminated with a fellowship in Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery at University of Minnesota and he now directs the facial plastic surgery program. Dr Brenner holds leadership positions in the American Academy for Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery and is a delegate for the American Medical Association. He has also received several national distinctions for his pioneering research on nerve regeneration. He has lectured extensively, and has authored over 50 articles and book chapters in the field of facial plastic surgery. Dr Brenner specializes in rhinoplasty and also performs the full spectrum of cosmetic and reconstruction procedures, including cosmetic facelift surgery, blepharoplasty, forehead and brow lift surgery, necklift, scar revision, otoplasty, and treatment of traumatic and cancer-related deformities of the face and neck, including microvascular free tissue transfer.

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Rhinoplasty is one of the defining procedures of plastic and reconstructive surgery. Its roots stem from early efforts in nasal reconstruction to the emergence of modern rhinoplasty. This book describes the latest clinical and research perspectives in rhinoplasty and balances structural correction with aesthetic refinement. With treatises on rhinoplasty from a diverse set of thought leaders from around the world, the collective experience of this books' authors cover cosmetic and reconstructive approaches with a wealth of proven and innovative approaches ranging from minor refinement to major reconstruction. This diversity reflects the inherent complexity of the art and science of rhinoplasty. Discussion of structural approaches is balanced by consideration of judicious resection and refinement. The overarching goal is to instill an understanding of the subtleties of nasal structure and how the natural complexities of nasal anatomy can be adapted to maximize both function and natural appearance.

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