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UCLA MDChat Webinars offer the latest information on advances and treatments from expert physicians at UCLA. Our live-streaming webinars give you the opportunity to learn and to also ask questions.

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Upcoming Webinars

Scar and Keloid Management
Tuesday, January 31, 11:30 am PT

Join UCLA plastic surgeon Andrew Vardanian, MD, as he discusses different types of scars — surgical, trauma and cosmetic — and keloids and introduces treatment options. Register for the webinar »


Past Webinars

Craniosynostosis: Treatment Options & Future Development in Children
Wednesday, August 31, 2016, 11:30 AM PST

Join UCLA plastic surgeon Justine Lee, MD, as she discusses types of craniosynostosis, treatment for craniosynostosis, and the future development of children with craniosynostosis. Register for the webinar »

 

About Justine Lee, MD

Justine Lee, MD, PhDJustine Lee, MD, PhD, is an Assistant Professor of Surgery in the Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at the UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine. Dr. Lee is a craniofacial and pediatric plastic surgeon who specializes in the reconstruction of complex congenital, post-traumatic, and post-oncologic deformities of the head and neck region. Her practice focuses on patients with microtia, prominent ear, traumatic ear deformities, cleft lip/cleft palate, craniosynostosis, rare craniofacial syndromes, craniofacial microsomia, Parry-Romberg disease, facial nerve palsy, malocclusion, and vascular malformations. Her primary philosophy in treating patients is to combine aesthetics with reconstruction. She believes the goal of surgery is to help patients function normally as well as look and feel their best.

Cleft Care 101: What to expect when your child has a cleft lip or palate

UCLA plastic surgeon Justine Lee, MD, discusses cleft care and what to expect when your child has a cleft lip or palate. Dr. Lee will address key steps from the diagnosis of a cleft lip, or cleft lip and palate, to treatment until adulthood.

Treating Congenital Ear Anomalies

UCLA plastic surgeon Justine Lee, MD, discusses congenital ear anomalies, available treatments and ear-reshaping procedures such as ear molding and otoplasty.


About Jason Roostaeian, MD

Jason Roostaeian, MDJason Roostaeian, MD, is an assistant clinical professor in the Division of Plastic Surgery at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA. He received his medical degree from UCLA where he also completed a combined residency in general surgery and plastic surgery. He pursued additional specialization in advanced aesthetic surgery at the University of Texas Southwestern (UTSW) Medical Center in Dallas, Texas. Dr. Roostaeian returned to the UCLA Plastic Surgery Division to complete a fellowship in microvascular surgery where he focused on breast reconstruction, as well as complex reconstruction of the head and neck, and lower extremity. He has authored more than 50 peer-reviewed articles and book chapters in leading plastic surgery text books and journals.

The Modern Approach to Facial Aesthetics and Rejuvenation

UCLA plastic surgeon Jason Roostaeian, MD, discusses the latest techniques in facial aesthetic surgery and rejuvenation that give real results without losing one’s natural appearance.

 

Total Body Contouring: From Massive weight loss to Mommy Makeovers

UCLA Aesthetic and Reconstructive Plastic Surgeon, Jason Roostaeian, MD, discusses all aspects of body contouring surgery including liposuction, tummy tuck surgery, and body lift.

The Modern Approach to Rhinoplasty: What Every Patient Should Know

UCLA Aesthetic and Reconstructive Plastic Surgeon, Jason Roostaeian, MD, discusses rhinoplasty (nose reshaping) surgery, including cosmetic versus functional, closed versus open, and primary versus secondary rhinoplasty. He will review new techniques, who are candidates for surgery, and answer questions about costs and recovery.

 


Breast Reconstruction after Mastectomy and Lumpectomy Webinar

UCLA plastic surgeon, Charles Tseng, MD, discusses options for breast reconstruction after mastectomy and lumpectomy, from "flaps" to implants. He will also discuss the importance of a multidisciplinary, personalized approach to breast reconstruction.

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Charles Tseng, MD

Dr. Tseng is an assistant clinical professor and board-certified plastic surgeon specializing in breast reconstruction and cosmetic surgery. He completed a combined residency in general surgery and plastic surgery at the University of Chicago Medical Center, IL. He then completed a combined fellowship in cosmetic surgery and reconstructive microsurgery at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA. Dr. Tseng's research has been published in books, articles, and journals.

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