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Dr Andreas NIKOLIS

Plastic Surgeon

Dr. Nikolis is an Associate Professor of Plastic Surgery at McGill University and maintains his teaching position at the Université de Montreal’s Division of Plastic Surgery. He has treated patients with all types of pathologies requiring treatment and reconstruction  of the Head and neck, thorax, breast, abdomen and extremities. His extensive training includes General Surgery, Plastic Surgery, Craniofacial Surgery and an MSc in Experimental Surgery.

Dr. Nikolis is a Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon recognized by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons and is a member of multiple Societies including the Canadian Society of Plastic Surgeons, the Canadian  Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, and the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. He pursues his passion for  education  with his position as the Director of the Aesthetic Plastic Surgery training program at McGill University.

Apart from his formal training, Dr. Nikolis is the accomplished author of over 55 peer reviewed articles ranging from topics in plastic surgery, dermatology and surgery and has presented his research at over 200 conferences. He lectures worldwide on a range of surgical and non-surgical innovative aesthetic procedures.

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Andreas NIKOLIS's publications (22)

In vivo determination of the skin surface topography and biophysical properties of human hands: Effects of sex and hand dominance.

Mar, 2020

The effect of hand dominance on the skin topography and parameters associated with skin health and aging is unknown. read more

Skin research and technology : official journal of International Society for Bioengineering and the Skin (ISBS) [and] International Society for Digital Imaging of Skin (ISDIS) [and] International Society for Skin Imaging (ISSI)

Adverse reactions associated with the esthetic use of soft tissue fillers and neurotoxins: a 53-year retrospective analysis of MedEffect™, Health Canada's reporting database.

Oct, 2019

This is the first study to evaluate Health Canada's national reporting database, MedEffect™, to assess the safety and efficacy of esthetic injectables. Describe adverse reactions (ARs) associated with soft tissue fillers and neurotoxins. Investigators reviewed MedEffect™ for reports associated with esthetic injectables from January 1 1965 to March 31 2018. Descriptive analyses of the reports were completed, including information on reporters', patients', and AR characteristics. A total of 1459 individual reports containing 5714 ARs were evaluated. The majority ( = 5705; 99.84%) of reported ARs were related to neurotoxins and only 0.16% ( = 9) were related to soft tissue fillers. Most reports were submitted by health professionals ( = 4930; 86%), indicated that the product was ineffective ( = 2428; 42.5%) and that the result of ARs were unknown ( = 4835; 84.6%). ARs associated with the use of neurotoxins and soft tissue fillers are underreported in Canada. More complete and representative information regarding ARs is necessary for the development and validation of treatment algorithms and management strategies. read more

The Journal of dermatological treatment

Methods of Standardizing Photography for Cellulite in the Buttocks and Thighs.

09, 2019

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Dermatologic surgery : official publication for American Society for Dermatologic Surgery [et al.]
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