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Dr Javier BEUT

Oculoplastic Surgeon

Fco. Javier Beut, Barcelona 2 july 1959
He studied at the French School in Barcelona and studied medicine and surgery at the Central University of Barcelona. During his studies, he worked as an assistant to a maxillofacial surgery team. He trained as a plastic surgeon in Italy ,  University of Milan under the tutoring Prf. Morelli, Ezio. 
His current specialties are Oculoplastic Surgery - Beut & Jelks Symposium in 2010./2017 Rhinoplasty Surgery .Member Rhinoplasty Society and European Rhinoplasty Society. 

Visiting Professor Stanford University
Director A.C.M.E (Academy Continuing Medical Education) with more than -up to day- 85 editions on cadaver workshops for fillers and surgery,  certified by Educational Health Spanish Minister
Founder of Cirujanos Plastikos Mundi, since 1989 giving educational support to underdeveloped countries
Currently lives and work in Palma de Mallorca, Spain.
Language:  spanish, english, french, italian

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The Boomerang Lift: A Three-Step Compartment-Based Approach to the Youthful Cheek.

04, 2018

Autologous fat grafting is an important tool for plastic surgeons treating the aging face. Malar augmentation with fat is often targeted to restore the youthful facial contour and provides support to the lower eyelid. The existence of distinct facial fat compartments suggests that a stepwise approach may be appropriate in this regard. The authors describe a three-step approach to malar augmentation using targeted deep malar fat compartmental augmentation, termed the "boomerang lift." Clinical patients undergoing autologous fat grafting for malar augmentation were injected in three distinct deep malar fat compartments: the lateral sub-orbicularis oculi fat, the medial sub-orbicularis oculi fat, and the deep medial cheek (n = 9). Intraoperative three-dimensional images were taken at baseline and following compartmental injections (Canfield VECTRA H1). Images were overlaid between the augmented and baseline captures, and the three-dimensional surface changes were analyzed, which represented the resulting "augmentation zone." Three-dimensional analysis demonstrated a unique pattern for the augmentation zone consistent across patients. The augmentation zone resembled a boomerang, with the short tail supporting the medial lower lid and the long tail extending laterally along the zygomatic arch. The upper border was restricted by the level of the nasojugal interface, and the lower border was defined medially by the nasolabial fold and laterally by the level of the zygomaticocutaneous ligament. Lateral and medial sub-orbicularis oculi fat injections defined the boundaries of the boomerang shape, and injection to the deep medial cheek provided maximum projection. This is the first description of deep malar augmentation zones in clinical patients. Three-dimensional surface imaging was ideal for analyzing the surface change in response to targeted facial fat grafting. The authors' technique resulted in a reproducible surface shape, which they term the boomerang lift. read more

Plastic and reconstructive surgery

Reply: "No Touch" Technique for Lip Enhancement.

06, 2017

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Plastic and reconstructive surgery

"No-Touch" Technique for Lip Enhancement.

Oct, 2016

The purpose of this study was to examine the anatomical principles of lip structure as they relate to individualized lip enhancement procedures and to describe a technique that does not violate lip mucosa during injection. read more

Plastic and reconstructive surgery
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