Dr. Brannon Claytor to Present at New England Meeting

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A paper entitled, “Abdominoplasty with Preservation of Scapa’s Fascia and Simultaneous Liposuction” co-authored by Doctors Lawrence N. Gray and R. Brannon Claytor of Atlantic Plastic Surgery Center in Portsmouth, New Hampshire has been selected for presentation at the annual meeting of the New England Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons to be held in Woodstock Vermont from June 1st to June 3rd, 2012.



Woodstock, Vermont - PressReleasePoint - A paper entitled, “Abdominoplasty with Preservation of Scapa’s Fascia and Simultaneous Liposuction” co-authored by Doctors Lawrence N. Gray and R. Brannon Claytor of Atlantic Plastic Surgery Center in Portsmouth, New Hampshire has been selected for presentation at the annual meeting of the New England Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons to be held in Woodstock Vermont from June 1st to June 3rd, 2012. The paper is a review of 100 cases performed by Dr. Lawrence Gray over a period of 6 years. Dr. Brannon Claytor researched the cases, compiled the statistics and will present the paper at the meeting.

Abdominoplasty improves excess fatty tissue and sagging abdominal skin that is concentrated in the abdomen and is out of proportion with the rest of your body. It is customary to use drains to minimize the chance that fluid builds up in the operated area. These drains can be uncomfortable and difficult to manage. A novel technique which has been pioneered by members of the ISAPS and adopted by Dr Gray over 6 years ago limits the interruption of the lymphatic drainage in the abdomen.

The lymphatic drainage of the abdominal wall is carried out by a thin fibrous layer deep in the abdominal wall. It is called Scarpa’s fascia. It is the preservation of Scarpa’s fascia and the lymphatics which allows for absorption of the fluid. With less disruption of the body’s own regulatory drainage, no drains are needed following abdominoplasty.

To ensure that the same contouring effect is produced from the abdominoplasty surgery additional liposuction is performed at the same time. This thins the deeper layer while simultaneously allowing for the tissues to continue to drain the excess fluid.

The presentation at the NESPRS meeting will cover the findings of the retrospective review of the senior author’s experience with this technique. The results of this research demonstrates that this procedure is safe and that this procedure has results which are similar to standard abdominoplasty while at the same time avoiding the use of drains.

Visit our website at www.atlanticplasticsurg.com to learn about the complete range of plastic surgical procedures or call Atlantic Plastic Surgery Center at 1-800-633-6860 for additional information.

About Atlantic Plastic Surgery Center
Atlantic Plastic Surgery Center is the practice of New Hampshire plastic surgeon, Dr. Lawrence Gray, since 1985. Dr. Gray is nationally and internationally recognized as the inventor of the Scarless Breast Reduction, a revolutionary procedure that eliminates scars associated with the older, traditional method of breast reduction. Dr. Gray has taught at educational conferences for the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons and is the only member of the International Society of Plastic Surgeons from New Hampshire. Dr. Mark Ballentyne has been Director of Medical Aesthetics at the Skin Wellness Center since 2003. Dr. Ballentyne is board-certified by the American Academy of Family Practice Physicians, is licensed to practice in New Hampshire and will be fully certified by the Board of Aesthetic Medicine in September 2011. He has established a strong reputation for his talent in administering dermal fillers, BOTOX® Cosmetic and Dysport injections, and Fraxel laser treatments. He is a national trainer for Allergan™. Dr. Brannon Claytor is board certified in plastic and reconstructive surgery and in hand surgery. Dr. Claytor is a fellow of the American College of Surgeons, offering patients a high level of skill, outstanding training and commitment to excellence in cosmetic, reconstructive and hand surgery. He had an additional year of training in breast microsurgery, oncologic reconstruction and hand microsurgery at Washington University in St. Louis and was on the teaching faculty of Lahey Clinic Medical Center. For More information visit our website at www.atlanticplasticsurg.com


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