Pioneers In Plastic Surgery – Johannes “Jan” Fredericus Samuel Esser

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  If you’ve never heard of Johannes “Jan” Fredericus Samuel Esser, you’re not alone. There’s the off-chance that you know him as the man who coined the term “stent” for the dental impression compound created by English dentist Charles Stent for facial reconstruction. It would later be used to expand constricted tubes of body tissue.


Plastic Surgery and Regenerative Medicine – The Perfect Duo

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  It’s been said, “regenerative medicine is the wave of the future.” Of course, that was said a while back because this burgeoning field is already taking the medical world by storm. In the simplest of terms, regenerative medicine is the process of either replacing or renovating human cells, tissues, and organs to assume regular


Regenerative Medicine in Plastic Surgery

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  If you know anything about regenerative medicine, then you may be curious about the role of regenerative medicine in plastic surgery. Then again, maybe you’re not familiar with regenerative medicine and it sounds like some sort of idea stirred up by a science fiction author. It’s not. In fact, regenerative medicine has been a