Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeon at the University of Rome “La Sapienza”, Italy
Dr. Francesco was born in Terni in 1978. He is Board Certified Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeon at the University of Rome “La Sapienza”. He accomplished his Ph.D in “Plastic Surgery, Dermatology and Human Anatomy” at the Univeristy of Rome “La Sapienza”. He is also an International member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons and he is now a lecturer and speaker at various national and international conferences and teacher in training courses all around the world. He is the co-CEO with Dr. Massimo Tempesta of “SurgeonRoma Surgical and Medical Centre”, established in 2008 by them, both Board Certified Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons, that holds its core in providing high valuable scientific knowledge of two Board certified Plastic Surgeons available for every single patient in different countries. The centre is located mainly in Rome, Milan and Dubai.
Short Description of the Lectures:
- Body Contouring with Macromolecular HA Filler:
Speaking about Body Contouring, there are some strategies that help to “sculpt” the body in critical points, without being invasive. One of these is remodeling the silhouette with macromolecular hyaluronic acid. The use of the filler is focused on sculpting peculiar body areas without distorting the natural shape, but improving its appearance.
Macromolecular hyaluronic acid makes possible to measure the exact amount of product injected and to regulate injection depth and area to be treated. It is excellent for those who are too thin and are not elegible for lipofilling or for those who do not want to use surgery to improve the silhouette. It is an office procedure, under local anesthesia.
The buttocks are the area that is treated the most, but also calves and arms can obtain very satisfying results. In the case of small bumps or irregularities of the body, it helps to reduce deformities and make skin homogeneous.
- Aging of the Face and the Role of Fat Compartment:
Today’s plastic surgeon is experiencing an increase in the demand for facial rejuvenation procedures among this expanding demographic. Between 1992 and 2008, performance of the rhytidectomy increased by 68%. Recent studies have determined that not only are the deep facial structures compartmentalized, but the superficial, subcutaneous tissues are as well. The new understanding of the role of subcutaneous tissue of the face should pursue to improvements in rejuvenation techniques that focus on the skin and superficial tissue. A more detailed understanding of the fat compartments of the face can be maximize the results of “minimally invasive” facial rejuvenation procedures (fillers and autologous fat) and rhytidectomy as well.