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Dr. William Truswell asks Dr. Philip Young to write a chapter on Resurfacing on Asian Skin. Dr. Young titles the chapter Lasers, Peels, and Abrasion Techniques for East Asian Skin. Dr. Young is really pleased to have contributed to a major textbook in our industry. In the chapter, we discuss all the resurfacing techniques for the East Asian Clientele and some of the particular nuances for this segment of the population. You can learn more about this book and chapter here: Lasers, Peels, and Abrasion Techniques for East Asian Skin
Sept 30 - Oct 2, 2015
Dr. Philip Young MD travels to Dallas, Texas and presents his research at the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery's Fall Academic Meeting on the "Novel Facial Dimensions Describing Positioning of Key Anatomic Elements". In this research study, Dr. Philip Young finds support for the ideal location of the ear which also hints at how the face is organized into 3 oblique arrangements that start with the iris, nasal tip and lateral brow arch highlight. He also discovers the ideal location for the start of the nose in the area between the eyes. In addition, Dr. Young finds more information for the ideal total length of the lips and ideal length of the pucker of the lips. Click here to see the actual talk on pdf: Circles of Prominence New Theory on Facial Beauty: Ideal Dimensions of the Ears | Nose | Lips.
See it on page 12 of this brochure: Fall Mtg 2015 Preliminary Brochure
In March of 2015, Dr. Philip Young's latest paper on his New Theory on Facial Beauty was published in the American Journal of Cosmetic Surgery: The Circles of Prominence: Ideal Ratios That Determine the Basis of Facial Beauty. In the scientific research study, Dr. Young discovers that the face is organized ideally by the iris, nasal tip and lower lip. These center pieces determine the location of the eyes, nose and mouth in general. He finds that the symmetrical positioning of the iris, nasal tip and lower lip satisfies a basic level of beauty. In this paper, he finds the most ideal positioning of these shapes. You can click here for the actual paper on The Circles of Prominence: Ideal Ratios That Determine the Basis of Facial Beauty. See it here on their website: Philip A. Young (2015) The Circles of Prominence: Ideal Ratios That Determine the Basis of Facial Beauty. American Journal of Cosmetic Surgery: March 2015, Vol. 32, No. 1, pp. 24-30.
In February of 2015, Dr. Philip Young travels to Park City, Utah to present to the American Brazilian Aesthetics Meeting on "New Theory on Facial Beauty: Ideal Dimensions in the Face and its application to your practice". In this study, Dr. Young elucidates more information on the ideal distance between the eyelid margin and the eyebrow. In other words, he finds out how high our eyebrows should be in an ideal face. He also discovers the ideal size, height of the upper and lower lips. Dr. Young also finds more support for the ideal width of the nose. In this study he uses drawings and actual pictures to test these ideas.
1. Publication in Textbook: Young PA. Revision Otoplasty. In Shiffman MA (eds.) Advanced Cosmetic Otoplasty: Art, Science, and New Clinical techniques. Pending published by Springer.
2. Publication Peer Reviewed Journal: Treatment of Large Keloids With Secondary-Intention Healing. Phillip Young, Michelle Fisher, Jamie Segel, Fred Stucker, Adam Becker and Achih Chen. American Journal of Cosmetic Surgery Sep 2013, Vol. 30, No. 3 (September 2013) pp. 193-199
1. Publication in Textbook: Young PA. (2009) Management of the Crooked Nose Deformity. In FJ Stucker, C deSouza, GS Kenyon, TS Lian, W, Draf, B Schick (eds.) Rhinology and Facial Plastic Surgery Chapter 72 (pp 769-780). Springer.
2. Publication in Textbook: Young PA. (2009) Concepts of Facial Beauty. In FJ Stucker, C de Souza, GS Kenyon, TS, Lian, W Draf, B Schick (eds.) Rhinology and Facial Plastic Surgery Chapter 78 (pp 819-830). Springer.
1. Publication in Magazine: Philip A Young. Circles of Prominence: A New Theory on Facial Aesthetics. Jan 2007 Cosmetic Surgery Times.
2. Publication Peer Reviewed Journal: Young PA, Rice DH. Management of a Type II Nasoethmoid Orbital Fracture and Near Penetration of the Intracranial Cavity with Transnasal Canthopexy. ENT June 2007. vol 86, number 6 344-347, 360.
1. Publication Peer Reviewed Journal: Circles of Prominence: A New Theory on Facial Aesthetics. Philip A. Young; Uttam Sinha; Dale H. Rice; Fred Stucker. Arch Facial Plast Surg. 2006;8:263-267. Received Sir Harold Delf Gillies Award 2005 by American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery for best basic science research among academy fellows.
1. Publication Peer Reviewed Journal: Avulsion of the Medial Canthal Tendon during Management of a Type II Nasoethmoid Fracture and Near Penetration of the Intracranial Cavity with Transnasal Canthopexy: Prevention and Treatment.Young PA, MD; Rice DH, MD.2005, Ear Nose and Throat Journal.
2. Pending Publication Peer Reviewed Journal: An Unusual First Branchial Cleft Cyst Involving the Anterior Petrous Apex. Zim S, Larrison D, Maceri D. Pending Publication by the Archives of Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery.
1. Residency: at Research with the Department of Otolaryngology and program director Dr. Uttam Sinha.
2. Research: With Dr. Yi-Hsin Liu BS, PhD (2003-2004) studying the events governing craniofacial growth employing immunohistochemical techniques identifying SMAS protein products in embryonic mice anterior frontal sutures.
3. Publication Peer Reviewed Journal:: Sinha U, Young P, Hurvitz K, Crockett D. Functional outcomes following palatal reconstruction with a folded radial forearm free flap. ENT January 2004, volume 83: 45-48.
Medical school: Research with the Department of Pathology at Tulane University Medical School. Concentrated on the expression of Fas antigen and Fas Ligand mRNA in eukaryote cell lines. The research included extensive lab work consisting of using rt PCR techniques, SDS electrophoresis and computer analysis of mRNA folding. Results of work has been presented at a number of different meetings. Dr. Wai Choi Leung, mentor during this project, still formulating a paper using this research.
University: Research on the cell biology of Acetabularia acetabulum concentrated on the effects of blue light on the morphogenesis of tip maturation and reproduction. Received a grant funded through the NIH for a one-year research position. Given as a scholarship to work in the department of Molecular and Cellular Biology at the University of Washington.