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Plastic Surgeon
Dr. Diana Gavril is a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon. She graduated from UMF Cluj School of Medicine in Romania in 2012 with her medical degree. She received her plastic surgery training at the Department of Plastic Surgery and Reconstructive Microsurgery Cluj-Napoca, Romania and also trained at several prestigious intuitions such as Clinique Clementville Montpellier (France), Institut Universitaire de la Face et du Cou Nice (France), Clinique St. George Nice (France), Mater Dei Belo Horizonte (Brazil). She obtained her board certification in 2017. She pursues her passion for education as a Cadaveric instructor at numerous local and international congresses and workshops, such as IMCAS Paris 2017/2018, AMWC Monaco 2017/2018, AMEC VISAGE 2017/2018, etc. She has collaborated on research studies and cadaveric workshops for multiple international companies with Dr. Philippe Kestemont and Prof. Sebastian Cotofana. Her specialty and passion remains aesthetic surgery of the breast, face and body. Dr. Diana Gavril presently is the medical director of her active private practice in Romania.
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Diana GAVRIL's publications (2)

The Influence of the Insertion Angle on Middle and Lower Face Tissue-Mechanics When Treating the Nasolabial Folds with Facial Suspension Threads-An Experimental Split-Face Cadaveric Study.

Jun, 2020

A novel treatment approach to address the nasolabial fold is the insertion facial suspension threads. However, there is a paucity of data available to guide insertion techniques and material selection. Three female and two male cephalic specimens of Caucasian ethnicity (73.6 ± 6.5 years; 21.41 ± 2.2 kg/m) were included into this experimental split-face study. One facial side was treated with polycaprolactone (PCL) thread: 180 mm, bidirectional, 18G 100 mm cannula, 20 degrees trajectory, preauricular approach whereas the contralateral side was treated with polydioxanone (PDO) thread: 100 mm, bidirectional, 19G, 60 mm cannula, 50 degrees trajectory, infraorbital approach. Three-dimensional imaging outcome measures included vertical and horizontal skin displacement and volume changes at the nasolabial sulcus, at the labiomandibular sulcus, and along the jawline. Comparing PCL 180 mm 20 degrees to PDO 100 mm 50 degrees: vertical lifting effect 1.42 ± 2.63 mm versus 1.24 ± 1.88 mm ( = 0.906); horizontal lifting effect 3.42 ± 1.44 mm versus -2.02 ± 1.84 mm ( = 0.001); nasolabial volume change -0.80 ± 0.65 mL versus -0.52 ± 0.17 mL ( = 0.367); labiomandibular volume change -0.45 ± 0.42 mL versus -0.16 ± 0.16 mL ( = 0.191); jawline volume change 0.02 ± 0.43 mL versus -0.01 ± 0.21 mL ( = 0.892). The study provides objective evidence for the short-term effectiveness of facial suspension threads in treating the nasolabial folds. The results point toward a better aesthetic outcome when utilizing long facial suspension threads that can effect full-face changes as compared with short facial suspension threads. read more

Facial plastic surgery : FPS

Soft tissue distribution pattern of facial soft tissue fillers with different viscoelastic properties.

Feb, 2020

Soft tissue filler product distribution and tissue integration have been shown to depend on myriad factors including the injector type, injector size, and injection angle. read more

Journal of cosmetic dermatology