Learn about the parts of a parabola. A parabola is the shape of the graph of a quadratic equation. A regular palabola is the parabola that is facing either up or down while an irregular parabola faces left or right. A quadratic equation is an equation whose highest exponent in the variable(s) is 2. The parts of a parabola include: the axis of symmetry (the line passing through the vertex of the parabola to which the parabola is symmetric about), the vertex (the point at which the parabola turns), the domain (the set of possible x-values of the parabola, usually all real numbers for regular parabolas), the range (the possible y-values of the parabola which is usually the region above the vertex inclusive or below the vertex inclusive for regular parabolas), the x-intercepts (the points where the parabola cuts the x-axis) and the y-intercepts (the point(s) where the parabola cuts the y axis. #quadraticequations #graphquadratics
Views: 99336 Brian McLogan
Learn how to graph quadratic equations in vertex form. A quadratic equation is an equation of the form y = ax^2 + bx + c, where a, b and c are constants. The graph of a quadratic equation is in the shape of a parabola which can either face up or down (if x is squared in the equation) or face left or right (if y is squared). To graph a quadratic equation, we need to know some essential parts of the graph including the vertex. The vertex of a parabola is the turning point of the parabola. It is the point on the parabola at which the curve changes from increasing to decreasing or vice-versa. Given a quadratic equation in the vertex form i.e. y = a(x - h)^2 + k, the vertex of the parabola formed by the equation is given by (h, k). Knowing the vertex of the graph and the parent graph, we can then apply the required transformation to obtain the required graph. 'h' in the vertex signifies the number of units left or right the the graph of the quadratic equation is shifted. #quadraticequations #graphquadratics
Views: 15292 Brian McLogan
Return to Sport for ACL Injuries - Hop for Distance Tests The distance is calculated by dividing the distance measured on the operated leg by the distance measured on the un-operated leg then multiplying this figure by 100. Single Leg Hop for Distance: The subject stands on the test leg and performs one hop as far as possible, landing on the same leg. Free leg swing is allowed but hands are placed behind the back. The subjects are instructed to perform a controlled, balanced landing and to keep the landing foot in place (i.e. no extra hops were allowed) until the measurer records the landing position; failure to do so resulted in a disqualified hop. The distance is measured in centimetres from the toe at the push-off to the heel where the subject lands. Single Leg Triple Hop for Distance: The procedure for the single leg hop for distance is repeated but the subject performs three hops as far as possible. Crossover Hop for Distance: The procedure for the single leg triple hop for distance is repeated but the subject hops across a line marked on the floor. The Limb Symmetry Index (LSI) uses the unaffected leg as a reference to identify deficits in strength and hopping ability following ACL injury and reconstruction. A LSI of greater than 90% is recommended on muscle strength testing (quadriceps and hamstrings) and hopping performance before considering return to play. However, LSI may over-estimate the function of a reconstructed knee, as strength deficits have also been demonstrated in the un-operated leg following ACL injury. Therefore, EPIC (estimated preinjury capacity) may be a more suitable reference to guide return to sports. This method relies on these measurements being recorded before surgery, which may not available. Reference: Barber S, Frank BS, Noyes R, et al. Quantitative Assessment of Functional Limitations in Normal and Anterior Cruciate Ligament Deficient Knees. Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research (1990). 255. Gustavsson A, Neeter C, Thomee P, et al. A test battery for evaluating hop performance in patients with an ACL injury and patients who have undergone ACL reconstruction. Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc (2006). 14: 778-788. Noyes FR, Barber SD & Mangine RE. Abnormal lower limb symmetry determined by function hop tests after anterior crutiate ligament rupture. The American Journal of Sports Medicine (1991). Vol 19, No 5. van Grinsven S, van Cingel RE, Holla CJ, van Loon CJ. Evidence-based rehabilitation following anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction. Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc. 2010;18(8):1128-44.
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Considering Plastic Surgery? Check out these resources: The Smart Woman's Guide to Plastic Surgery: http://amzn.to/1GwD0vI Plastic Surgery Without the Surgery: The Miracle of Makeup: http://amzn.to/1JTbHf2 Navigate Your Beauty: Smart and Safe Plastic Surgery Solutions: http://amzn.to/1Om2u5n Essentials of Plastic Surgery: http://amzn.to/1RubNA2 Watch more Plastic Surgery Guide videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/515691-4-Main-Risks-of-FaceLift-Plastic-Surgery We're going to discuss four important risks about ah, to, to think about prior to having a face lift. Ah, just like any other surgical procedure infection is a possibility. Ah, we commonly give antibiotics and use sterile techniques and specific dressing, changes and wound care ah, to help prevent infection, however, infection is always a possibility. Bleeding is always a possibility with a facelift as well. During the surgery, many blood vessels are encountered and it's important that the surgeon takes time to make sure that there's no bleeding during the surgery. That being said, there's always the risk of bleeding after the surgery. A third risk to keep in the back of ah, one's mind has to do with the fact the no one's face is symmetric to start um, most likely no one's face is going to be perfectly symmetric ever, even after a facelift. So, minor contour irregularities, minor facial asymmetry, that's something that could be expected after a facelift as well. The last risk that I want to specifically address is the risk of nerve injury. There are many nerves in the face that control our muscles or facial expressions. They allow us to smile, they allow us to speak, they allow us to eat, they allow us to open and close our eyes and lift up our eyebrows. Ah, there is a very small risk that during any procedure on the face ah, these nerves can be injured. If they're injured, sometimes the nerve can regenerate itself and a function can come back in a period of time, but, however, sometimes the injury could be permanent. So, infection, bleeding, minor facial asymmetry and contour irregularities, and the potential for serious nerve injury and muscle dysfunction are things that need to be kept in mind when considering a facelift. That being said, in general, facelifts tend to go well.
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Functional test for athletic populations. Single leg hop tests are a method that your physical therapist or doctor may use to determine your ability to return to high level athletics following knee surgery. They are commonly used during the return to function phase in an anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) rehabilitation protocol to assess the functional stability of your knee.
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Expert parotid surgeon, Dr. Babak Larian, has created a comprehensive parotid surgery animation so that his patients can better understand the procedure. Learn more about parotid & facial nerve surgery at https://www.parotidsurgerymd.com/ A minimally invasive procedure pioneered by Dr. Larian, Micro-Parotidectomy is a revolutionary way to treat parotid tumors through the full or partial removal of the parotid gland. During the micro-parotidectomy procedure, or minimally invasive parotid surgery, Dr. Larian will remove the parotid tumor and a portion of the surrounding parotid gland through a very small and well-hidden incision near the ear - an approach that results in reduced pain, minimal scarring, and a quicker recovery. At the same time, Dr. Babak Azizzadeh, a leading facial nerve specialist and facial plastic surgeon, will monitor the facial nerve to ensure its safety and reduce the risk of surgical complications. Once the parotid tumor has been located and removed by Dr. Larian, Dr. Azizzadeh will then perform a reconstructive procedure to fill in the defect left behind by the removed portion of the gland. In addition to restoring symmetry to the face, this corrective procedure provides an added layer of protective tissue on top of the facial nerve, which helps prevent Frey's Syndrome. To achieve this, Dr. Azizzadeh will use muscle flaps, grafts, or a combination of these, dependent on the needs of each individual patient, to provide a positive aesthetic outcome and ensure the patient experiences minimal to no scarring. Micro-parotidectomy is commonly performed as an outpatient procedure; most patients do not require hospitalization and can return home the same day as surgery. Is Micro-Parotidectomy right for you? Everyone should be evaluated by a team of parotid and facial nerve surgery experts. Your smile is very important and we want to make sure you get the best care possible! For more information, contact the CENTER for Advanced Parotid & Facial Nerve Surgery at 310-461-0300. -- Connect With Us! Website: https://www.parotidsurgerymd.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/larianmd/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/babaklarian/ Yelp: https://www.yelp.com/biz/babak-larian-md-beverly-hills-3
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A woman had an injury in her childhood. As she aged, the asymmetry of her eyelids became more visible. She wants to know the best treatment for her. Dr. Amiya Prasad, a cosmetic oculofacial plastic surgeon, sees from this woman’s photo that her right upper eyelid is lower than the left. This condition is called ptosis which basically means drooping. It is usually caused by trauma where the eyelid swells tremendously and causes the stretching of a muscle called levator palpebris superioris muscle. The part of the muscle that stretches is typically the levator aponeurosis which is responsible for lifting the eyelid. In addition, traumatic ptosis can sometimes mean stretching or dehiscence (separating). It is possible that this woman can benefit from a cosmetic procedure to correct the eyelid so that it looks more like the other eye. Ptosis surgery deals with the muscle and placing it in a way that it elevates the lid. It also creates a contour so that the eyelids look more symmetric. As a cosmetic oculofacial plastic surgeon, Dr. Prasad does a lot of ptosis surgery. During the surgery, he lets the patient sit up to let them open their eyes to look up or down. This will enable him to get the right height and contour of the eyelid. The muscle is a very sensitive muscle in terms of how it responds and sometimes the eyelid will turn out to be too low or too high, commonly referred to as under correction or over correction. In his practice, he does this procedure under local anesthesia with LITE™ IV sedation which means that the patient won’t feel anything. They have no awareness or any discomfort. Through this, he can really customize and adjust appropriately and it results in a pretty high rate of success and satisfaction. This is a specialized procedure and is generally performed mostly by oculofacial plastic surgeons who undergo fellowship training. At this point, Dr. Prasad suggests that she should go and meet with qualified, experienced cosmeticsurgeons, most likely oculofacial plastic surgeons. She really needs a specialist for this type of surgery. There are other surgeons who do this, but for most people, the majority of ptosis surgery is still performed by cosmetic or reconstructive oculoplastic or oculofacial plastic surgeons. She must meet with some doctors and know their method of surgery. There are a couple of different options but essentially it involves the levator muscle. Some people do a Mueller’s muscle resection or shortening which is an option but it depends on the physical exam. The photo is helpful in coming up with some kind of diagnosis, but a physical exam is also necessary to determine muscle function, height and variability and also to come up with a treatment strategy that makes sense and will result in a desirable outcome. For more information about ptosis surgery, please visit our website: http://prasadcosmeticsurgery.com/prasad-face-eyes/eyelifts/eyelid-ptosis-surgery/ To know more about LITE™ anesthesia, please visit: http://prasadcosmeticsurgery.com/dr-amiya-prasad-nyc-new-york/lite-anesthesia-for-cosmetic-surgery/
Views: 2165 Amiya Prasad, M.D.
If you’ve ever lowered your body fat enough, you may have noticed that you have uneven abs (or “crooked abs”). In this video I’m going to discuss how to fix uneven abs. There are a variety of types of uneven abs, with each having their specific causes for being uneven. Uneven abs can be caused by genetics, uneven fat distribution or unbalanced training, improper mind-muscle connection, and body imbalances like scoliosis. Unfortunately, if you have staggered abs (not lined up from side to side), this cannot be fixed as this is determined genetically. But don’t worry, if you get your body fat down to a low enough level, even uneven abs are very attractive and in fact most people have asymmetrical abs as opposed to perfectly symmetrical. 0:47 = Misaligned abs from side to side (1st type) 1:57 = Uneven abs from top to bottom (2nd type) 3:30 = One side of abs more defined than the other (3rd type) Link to stubborn fat video (couldn't link it in the vid): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GkUeZ1J2AWQ Hopefully you find this video useful to fix your crooked abs. Let me know if you have any questions in the comments below. As always don’t forget to give the video a like and subscribe for more content! And follow me on Instagram at @Jayethierfit for some more personal content.
Views: 495315 Jeremy Ethier
A woman had ptosis surgery on her right eye. She also had revision surgery 6 months later to remove excess skin. She thinks her surgeon didn't remove enough. She wants to know the procedure to fix the issue. Dr. Amiya Prasad, an oculofacial plastic surgeon explains that in the normal population, if the eyelids are one to two millimeters from each other, it doesn't draw attention and considered normal. After reviewing this woman's photos with her eyes open, Dr. Prasad thinks that the objective of making the eyelid elevated and getting relative symmetry, shape and contour appears to be achieved. When he measures successful ptosis surgery, he measures the height, contour, aesthetics and symmetry of the eyelids. It is obvious with her eyes looking down that there is a difference with her eyes closed but with her eyes open, it appears that she achieved her objective. Dr. Prasad thinks that it is best that she continue communicating with her doctor who did the original surgery. If she's concerned about extra skin, her original surgeon knows whether or not that's the case. Sometimes the folds, variability and the appearance is not a function of excess skin but rather the skin being attached or folding in a certain way. An example is non-incisional Asian eyelid surgery where it may appear to have overlapping skin when actually there is no extra skin but the skin is attached in a way so that the eyelid crease can form. A variation of this procedure is done for ptosis surgery when it is appropriate. So Dr. Prasad's advice is for her to continue communicating with her original oculofacial plastic surgeon. This is the doctor who knows her eye very well and has reasons for doing the procedure the way it was done. In choosing revision procedures, Dr. Prasad suggests that she may want to consider some procedures just to improve the scar quality. In his practice, he uses a material called platelet-rich plasma which is drawn from the patient's own blood to help scars that are very thick. He has found this to be very helpful in softening scars. However, there was no clear indication from this woman's question as to the time frame of where she is in the healing process. Eyelid healing, whether it's skin or muscle, can last 6 months to a year and not just a few months. Particularly in eyelid surgery, an undesirable scar can change over the course of a year so she may want to do some conservative options before considering another surgery. Dr. Prasad's advice is to meet with the original doctor and discuss her options. If she doesn't feel confident about the recommendations, she can consider second opinions. For more information, visit our website: http://prasadcosmeticsurgery.com/prasad-face-eyes/eyelifts/eyelid-ptosis-surgery/
Views: 4990 Amiya Prasad, M.D.
What is FACIAL SYMMETRY? What does FACIAL SYMMETRY mean? FACIAL SYMMETRY meaning - FACIAL SYMMETRY definition - FACIAL SYMMETRY explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. Facial symmetry is one specific measure of bodily asymmetry. Along with traits such as averageness and youthfulness it influences judgements of aesthetic traits of physical attractiveness and beauty. For instance, in mate selection, people have been shown to have a preference of symmetry. This is due to the fact that it is seen an indicator of health and genetic fitness, but also as holding adaptation qualities; reflecting the ability to withstand the changes in their environments. Facial symmetry has been suggested as a possible physical manifestation of the 'big-five' personality traits. For example, it is found that extraversion and openness are strongly associated with the symmetry of the face. Hormones such as testosterone and estrogen are believed to be associated with developmental processes and growth of facial features during puberty and as a result are hypothesized to be the cause for individual differences in the implications associated with facial symmetry. Facial bilateral symmetry is measured via fluctuating asymmetry of the face comparing random differences in facial features of the two sides of the face that develop and accumulate throughout one's lifetime as a result of stressors. Facial symmetry has been shown to have an effect of ratings of attractiveness in human faces. More symmetrical faces are perceived as more attractive in both males and females, although facial symmetry plays a larger role in judgments of attractiveness concerning female faces. A wide variety of methods has been used to examine the claim that facial symmetry plays a role in judgments of beauty.
Views: 3937 The Audiopedia
An Asian man, 18-21 years of age feels that his left eye is unnatural and his eyelashes curl inwards. He wants to know if blepharoplasty can be performed to correct asymmetrical eyelids. Dr. Amiya Prasad, an oculofacial cosmetic surgeon, has had a lot of experience in eyelid surgery especially ptosis surgery. When he assesses a person who is concerned with asymmetry, there are two critical aspects when deciding whether blepharoplasty is the right thing for the patient. First is determining the eyelid height. When someone has a lot of skin overhanging the eyelid, it can increase the width or the height between the margin of the lower eyelid and the margin of the upper eyelid. This height is called the interpalpebral fissure. By measuring the height, he is able to determine whether or not there's a condition called ptosis or drooping of the eyelid. Eyelid ptosis is a different surgery from blepharoplasty. When someone has eyelid ptosis, Dr. Prasad evaluates the levator muscle. He has to do something to advance the muscle or shorten the muscle to get the height to be equal. In addition, he looks at the eyes in the primary gaze as well as forward, downward and upward to determine the muscle function. The other part of the equation is the skin fold. The man mentioned that his eyelids are turning inward. This is relatively a frequent condition of people from the Asian descent. This condition is called epiblepharon where there's a fold of skin that pushes the eyelashes. When the eyelashes already touch the eye, a correction has to be done to prevent irritation of the eye itself. When people are concerned with asymmetry, it is not only limited to the soft tissue of the eyelids such as skin and levator muscle. Sometimes it is related to the natural underlying bone structure. The human face is not perfectly asymmetric. If someone looks at their face long enough, they can notice the subtle asymmetry of the two sides. Specifically, with this man's issue, there sounds to be a real difference with the skin fold of her eyelid. This man might be well served with limited blepharoplasty to address the fold of skin that is causing his eyelashes to turn inward. Although he submitted a question about the asymmetry and he has a relatively descent photo, the photo does limit how much opinion he can get without a proper examination. Dr. Prasad recommends that he meet with a qualified experienced surgeon. Typically if there's an issue with ptosis, someone would be going to an oculofacial plastic surgeon and get an evaluation of all the things mentioned. Get the proper evaluation of ptosis and the fold of skin over the eye. Once they are comfortable with the doctor they meet with then they can make a decision of proceeding with his surgery. For more information, visit our website: http://prasadcosmeticsurgery.com/prasad-face-eyes/eyelifts/eyelid-ptosis-surgery/
Views: 1368 Amiya Prasad, M.D.
Someone asks about the risks of Asian double eyelid surgery, or Asian blepharoplasty. The intent of the procedure is to create a double fold, or an eyelid crease where there was none, as 50% of Asians are born withput an eyelid crease. This person asks about the chances of possible risks, such as crease that’s too high, eyelids unable to close, or damaging a muscle. They also ask if board certification in cosmetic or plastic surgery reduces surgical risks. New York Oculoplastic surgeon Dr. Amiya Prasad explains that Asian eyelid surgery is a specialty even among cosmetic and plastic surgeons. He advises that an Asian eyelid surgical specialist reduces the risks of surgery further. He explains that board certification does not guarantee experience, expertise, or skills, but the proof is really in samples of the Dr.’s work, and knowledge of Asian eyelid surgery terms, as explained in this video: 1:12 - Dr. Prasad’s different board certifications and training in eye and eyelid surgery 2:12 - Why board certification does not guarantee expertise, experience, and skills 2:52 - How to determine a doctor’s skill and experience in Asian eyelid surgery 5:22 - Different cosmetic and plastic surgery certifying boards in the U.S. 6:02 - Finding out from individual doctors about what their expert procedures are 6:15 - Chances of complications, and how they are reduced For more information on Asian double eyelid surgery, please visit: http://prasadcosmeticsurgery.com/asian-eyelid-surgery/ For more information regarding Dr. Prasad’s background and training, please visit: http://prasadcosmeticsurgery.com/dr-amiya-prasad-nyc-new-york/ CONNECT WITH US! Facebook ▸▸▸ www.facebook.com/DrAmiyaPrasad Twitter ▸▸▸ twitter.com/@AmiyaPrasadMD Tumblr ▸▸▸ dramiyaprasad.tumblr.com Pinterest ▸▸▸ www.pinterest.com/amiyaprasadmd Prasad Cosmetic Surgery ▸▸▸ www.prasadcosmeticsurgery.com Eyelifts ▸▸▸ www.eyelifts.com
Views: 852 Amiya Prasad, M.D.
http://www.surgicalfriends.org 310.562.3631 Xavier was studying to be a journalist in his home country of Ecuador before tragedy struck by way of a car accident. His initial surgery following the car crash is what lead to his problem... A severe defect of on the left side of his face which also includes the loss of his lower eyelid. After 7 unsuccessful surgeries to correct the defect in Both his home country ad abroad, Xavier found Surgical Friends Foundation. A reconstructive surgery was performed by Dr. Kami Parsa to allow proper eye closure, symmetry and return to normal function. If you know a patient or you yourself would like to be considered for possible life altering surgical treatment, please read the following questions carefully before submitting the necessary application. Any patient with a physical deformity that requires a reconstructive surgery, regardless of race, age, gender, or place of birth will qualify to be evaluated by the foundation. These deformities may be congenital in nature or post-traumatic. Typically these patients lack the necessary funds to pay for quality healthcare, or they come from developing countries that do not have access to medical care. Video Produced by Spore Medical http://www.sporemedical.com
Views: 1975 Kami Parsa, M.D.
Muscle imbalances holding back your muscle size and strength? Fix them here... http://athleanx.com/x/fixyourmuscles Muscle imbalances and uneven muscle development can impact the strength, endurance and shape. Most often, the wrong workout program is to blame, since it pushes you to do too many reps of the wrong exercises, which creates this uneven shift. To fix your uneven muscles you have to first identify what type of muscle imbalance you have. Is it a strength imbalance? Is one arm bigger than the other? Is one pec bigger than the other? Is your overall muscle size just flat out uneven? Do you fatigue on one side faster than the other? All of these are quite common, but they are all fixable or at least able to be improved greatly. I present techniques that you can use in each one of the circumstances that I just mentioned above. We cover neurologic strength reasons for left vs right side discrepancies, circulatory reasons for faster fatigue right vs left, coordination and joint mechanics, and finally genetics. That said, if you are still using the wrong workout program (one that hasn't been created by a sports medicine professional with a physical therapy background - yes...those fitness "gurus" reading a few magazines doesn't count) then you are eventually going to regenerate the same muscle imbalances and asymmetry. It's time to fix those forever. If you haven't already joined TEAM ATHLEAN, then it's time you do. Head to http://athleanx.com/x/fixyourmuscles and see what it's like to overlook nothing in your workouts and to start training like an athlete. For more workout videos and exercises on how to correct uneven muscles as well as videos on supplementation, workout advice and nutrition - be sure to subscribe to our channel on youtube at http://youtube.com/user/jdcav24
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More on ptosis correction: https://eyelifts.com/ptosis-surgery/ For more about Dr. Prasad's training and background, please go to: https://eyelifts.com/about-dr-prasad-new-york/ A 29-year-old lady has congenital bilateral ptosis. She wants to know what procedure can best correct her condition, and is willing to travel for the procedure. New York oculoplastic and reconstructive surgeon Amiya Prasad, M.D. reviews her concerns in this video, and explains how she should have her ptosis evaluated locally before traveling, and how cases of severe ptosis with little to no eyelid muscle function may need a frontalis sling procedure: 1:06 — Dr. Prasad details his background training in cosmetic oculofacial plastic and reconstructive surgery, as well as his experience as an eyelid surgery specialist 1:48 — Dr. Prasad explains the importance of having a proper evaluation for eyelid surgery 2:35 — The cause of congenital ptosis 2:51 — Dr. Prasad assesses this lady’s case and explains why a frontalis sling procedure is beneficial 3:16 — The goal of the frontalis sling procedure, and how it is done 3:54 — The importance of establishing that all other eye functions are well and good before surgery 4:33 — How a surgeon’s experience & preferred approach are important factors when considering surgery 5:26 — Dr. Prasad explains how ptosis surgery in older patients is typically done while the patient is awake 5:48 — Dr. Prasad’s recommendation CONNECT WITH US! Facebook ▸▸▸ www.facebook.com/DrAmiyaPrasad Twitter ▸▸▸ twitter.com/@AmiyaPrasadMD Tumblr ▸▸▸ dramiyaprasad.tumblr.com Pinterest ▸▸▸ www.pinterest.com/amiyaprasadmd Prasad Cosmetic Surgery ▸▸▸ www.prasadcosmeticsurgery.com Eyelifts ▸▸▸ www.eyelifts.com Puffy Eyes ▸▸▸ www.puffyeyes.com
Views: 572 Amiya Prasad, M.D.
A gentleman had conjunctival Muellerectomy performed by an oculoplastic surgeon exactly 2 months ago on his left eyelid. However, his eyelid still has ptosis after surgery. He wants to know if anything can be done to correct it. Dr. Amiya Prasad is a practicing oculofacial plastic surgeon for 20 years and has done a lot of ptosis surgeries. He explains that there are challenges with ptosis surgery that makes it unique which is why most plastic surgeons do not ever do ptosis surgery. It involves a muscle in the eyelid called the levator muscle. Behind it is a muscle called Mueller’s muscle. Both muscles contribute to the lifting of the eyelid. The gentleman's doctor did a Mueller’s muscle shortening or resection which brings both tissues together. In Dr. Prasad’s practice, he routinely lets the patient open and close their eyes during surgery both in a lying and seated position. They never feel any pain or discomfort and it gives him an opportunity to try to real-time adjust the height of the eyelid. These muscles are very sensitive and trying to get the ideal contour, height and symmetric result make it uniquely challenging. Dr. Prasad assumes that his doctor did something similar to that during his surgery and was satisfied with the result. With the photo this gentleman submitted, Dr. Prasad assesses that the left eye looks like it is still drooping. Certain factors such as swelling can contribute to eyelid position. In the absence of a physical exam, there doesn’t appear to have significant swelling at this point. In Dr. Prasad’s practice, if someone didn’t have the optimal result whether the eyelid is too low or too high after the surgery, he’ll go back and make an enhancement or a different procedure. Dr. Prasad would probably do a levator muscle enhancement to get that eyelid contour and shape to be more symmetric with the other eye. Dr. Prasad thinks that the left eye does deserve to be enhanced. There is probably a need for a different procedure performed in order to achieve that result. Sometimes after a procedure, the suture and the tissue separate and the eyelid droops again. This isn’t in any way a judgment to the skills of his doctor. If his doctor is an oculofacial plastic surgeon then he has a long history of doing this type of procedure and has appropriate training. Dr. Prasad thinks that he needs to meet with his doctor again. In 3-4 months, most of the significant swelling that would affect the surgery is typically resolved and he can probably safely have a revision procedure. For more information about ptosis correction surgery, please visit our website: http://prasadcosmeticsurgery.com/prasad-face-eyes/eyelifts/eyelid-ptosis-surgery/
Views: 2565 Amiya Prasad, M.D.
Most cases wherein one eyelid is lower than other can be referred to as ptosis, or drooping of the eyelid. In cases such as these, it’s important to identify whether the ptosis is acquired (it developed later on in the patient’s life) or congenital (the patient was born with it), as this will dictate what the following steps should be. In cases wherei ptosis was acquired, the patient will need to visit an ophthalmologist in order to determine what caused it. If the ptosis is congenital, the patient will need to visit an oculoplastic surgeon to determine what ideal steps should be taken next. If the patient has generally good muscle function in the eyelids, ptosis surgery can be performed. Ptosis surgery is a procedure where the levator muscle, or the muscle that lifts the eyelid, is operated on to improve the function and appearance of the drooping eyelid. Proper determination of ideal candidates for ptosis surgery is done through a detailed physical examination and evaluation of the eyelids. Ptosis surgery is performed by oculoplastic or oculofacial plastic surgeons, as this procedure lies within the realm of their specialty and they are specifically trained for it. Patients of Asian descent are advised to seek out an oculoplastic surgeon who has significant experience in treating Asian eyes, as this particular eye type requires a number of additional considerations in anatomy, approach, and type of surgery. For more information about ptosis correction surgery, please visit: http://prasadcosmeticsurgery.com/prasad-face-eyes/eyelifts/eyelid-ptosis-surgery/ For more information about surgery done on Asian eyelids, please visit: http://prasadcosmeticsurgery.com/prasad-face-eyes/eyelifts/asian-eyelid-surgery/ Dr. Prasad’s background and training, please visit: http://prasadcosmeticsurgery.com/dr-amiya-prasad-nyc-new-york/
Views: 622 Amiya Prasad, M.D.
We are visual creatures and social animals; there is little doubt that physical appearance exerts both subtle and profound effects on human relations. What does it mean to be whole? What does it mean to be you? As a reconstructive surgeon I’m faced with that question every day. Reconstructive surgery is ostensibly undertaken to return form and function; shape and symmetry, but the primary goal is in fact to facilitate positive psychological change. It’s the ultimate self-determination to change from your old self to a new imagination of self. Rozina Ali is a highly trained and experienced plastic surgeon, with a specialist expertise in microvascular reconstructive surgery. She graduated from St Thomas' Hospital Medical School, London with first-class honours in Anatomy and went on to pursue postgraduate surgical training in London and various international specialist units. Rozina is a warm and approachable surgeon with a relaxed personality and forthright communication style that has endeared her to patients, peers, and the media. Her first foray into celluloid involved filming the Royal College of Surgeons of England training video on “Core Skills in Plastic Surgery”. Since then, she has widened her audience with the BBC2 Horizon documentary “The Truth About Looking Young” and as expert co-presenter on Channel 4’s prime time TV series “How Not to Get Old.” Daily Pakistan Global recently depicted her as one of very few worldwide “super women who are earning respect for Pakistan.” This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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Adventure artist Jeremy Collins traveled to Nepal after the devastating 2015 earthquake to see what his art could offer the people of Nepal. He found that despite all of the smiling faces he helped inspire and all of the work he did, it was he who felt the most change after his work with the Nepalese people. Jeremy Collins: www.jercollins.com www.instagram.com/jercollins_com Shot 100% on the HERO4® camera from http://GoPro.com. Get stoked and subscribe: http://goo.gl/HgVXpQ To license clips from this video go to https://licensing.gopro.com Music William Ryan Fritch "Tongues that Chatter Like Pigeons" Mars Today "Awake" Link to buy on iTunes https://goo.gl/ULCALH Link to stream on Spotify https://goo.gl/GiENEU For more from GoPro, follow us: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gopro Twitter: https://twitter.com/gopro Instagram: https://instagram.com/gopro Tumblr: http://gopro.tumblr.com/ Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/gopro Vine: https://goo.gl/m3nQz7
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"I don't think it's too late to stop climate change," says Halima, a youth blogger in Niger. She's one of many youth mappers across the world who are tackling environmental issues and the impact of disasters on their communities through digital tools. Voices of Youth Maps is a mobile application and online platform for young people to identify issues and engage with their communities to positively impact their neighborhoods. ________________________________________ Subscribe to UNICEF here: http://bit.ly/1ltTE3m The official UNICEF YouTube channel is your primary destination for the latest news updates from the frontline, documentaries, celebrity appeals, and more about our work to realize the rights of every child. Click here to see all of our latest trending videos: http://smarturl.it/TrendingAtUNICEF For more about UNICEF's work, visit: http://www.unicef.org Follow UNICEF here: UNICEF Connect blog: http://blogs.unicef.org Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/unicef Twitter: https://twitter.com/unicef Instagram: http://instagram.com/UNICEF Tumblr: http://unicef.tumblr.com Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/unicef Medium: https://medium.com/@UNICEF
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18+ How to Top Cannabis Plants. Top Shelf Grower brings you another how to grow weed show. How to Grow Tutorial. Tonight we check in on the California Indica male documenting the male flowering period and the indicators to look out for and we take a quick look at a frosty kalashnikova for comparison. Then for all you Marijuana Home Growers Learn How to Top Cannabis Plants with this hands on step by step guide in the second half of the show. So get comfortable, blaze one and enjoy the show. Don't forget to Like & Subscribe. Thanks for watching.
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Understanding the brain and nervous system is at the core of many health challenges is crucial in understanding why fCR works so well on so many health challenges. Your brain and nervous system control every aspect of your bodies response to stress, like mental stress, emotional stress, structural stress, toxic stress, and even infections. By balancing your brain you balance your bodies response to stress and it's environment. Functional Cranial-Release is the art and science of restoring normal brain and nervous system function by using Functional Neurology along with specific endo-nasal balloon inflations to accomplish the following: 1) Restore the brains ability to oxygenate itself through both improving air flow into higher area's through the nasal passage and also improve the normal pumping action inherent in all of use (cranial rhythm) that moves nutrients such as oxygen and neurotransmitters that bath the central nervous system keeping it healthy. 2) Utilize neurologic testing to determine the pathways and brain centers that are either firing to much or firing too little using the following; Use of the C.A.P.S. Balance Plate for brain function. Examination of your eye's movements and reflex's, your muscles or motor system, the autonomic nervous system, your circulation, your sensory system, the vestibular system (or) your ability to balance [many times using a computerized balance platform]. Through the specific use of various modalities such as one or more of the following; Very Specific Chiropractic Adjustments of the spine, extremities, and cranium, Soft Tissue or Massage, Eye Pattern & Eye Exercise's, Canalith Repositioning (or) Eply's, Vestibular Rehabilitative Modalities or VRT, and many others too numerous to list. The modalities used depend on the specific needs of the patient. 3) A series Cranial Release's are performed where the connective tissues that surround your brain and spinal cord called the Dura Mater are specifically released using endonasal balloon inflations. This is done in combination with the above-mentioned functional neurologic modalities to provide the therapeutic effect to balance and normalize brain function. This normalization results in healing. I welcome any questions about it at [email protected]
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A man has ptosis since he was young. He wants to know which operation he needs to correct his eyelid. Dr. Amiya Prasad, a specialist in eyelid surgery and an oculoplastic surgeon, says that eyelid ptosis is a very common issue that he deals with. In congenital ptosis ,or ptosis acquired at birth, it’s important to make a decision about correction based on visual development prior to the age of 6. However, after age 6, it becomes about the aesthetics and symmetry. Patients can get a sense of whether or not lifting the eye interferes with their visual function by manually lifting the affected upper eyelid. Dr. Prasad thinks that he should have a full ophthalmic evaluation to see what the best procedure is to correct his vision in both eyes and see the impact of lifting his eyelid. There are conditions such as amblyopia where the visual function of one eye doesn’t develop because of partial occlusion and lack of stimulation of the eye before age of 6. It is usually not a problem because it’s more about the aesthetics. Assuming he can tolerate the eyelid being open, Dr. Prasad thinks the choice of when to do surgery is a personal choice. If the drooping eyelid bothers him enough, then having a procedure makes a sense. He always tells his patients with ptosis that they’ll have a minimum of 3 operations in their lifetime: one will be when they’re very young for functional reasons, the second will be in their teens to twenties for cosmetic reasons, and the third on the later decades because everything starts to droop and the eyelid needs to be lifted again. In this man’s situation, Dr. Prasad says he has to see what kind of ptosis surgery is appropriate for him. There’s ptosis surgery that’s based on good muscle function and there’s surgery based on poor muscle function. Depending on that, he would figure out whether to shorten the levator muscle, the muscle that lifts the eyelid, or whether to do something called a frontalis sling. This procedure is when the eyelid is attached through a connection between the eyelid margin and the eyebrow so that when the eyebrow is raised, the eyelid opens. Another thing that Dr. Prasad does in his practice for patients who are not children and are old enough to cooperate is doing ptosis surgery with local anesthesia with LITE™IV sedation. He lets the patient be awake for the adjustment of the eyelid. This is a specialized area, and a tricky thing about ptosis surgery is achieving the optimal shape, contour and height so that there’s maximal symmetry. He tries to achieve symmetry by having his patients sit up during the surgery. They never feel any pain but at least they are able to try to judge whether or not the eyelid would be stable and looks good with gravity factored in. Ptosis surgery can turn out to be very gratifying for the patients and make a tremendous difference in their appearance and confidence. Getting some opinions from professionals and specialists such as oculoplastic surgeons or oculofacial plastic surgeons will give him an idea of what his options are. To learn more about ptosis surgery, please visit: http://prasadcosmeticsurgery.com/prasad-face-eyes/eyelifts/eyelid-ptosis-surgery/
Views: 507 Amiya Prasad, M.D.
A 25-year-old lady has a drooping eyelid which has been progressively becoming worse. Her family doesn’t recognize the difference. She wants to know if this is normal and the procedures that can help her eyelid. Dr. Amiya Prasad, a cosmetic oculofacial plastic surgeon practicing for 20 years, has a background in eye surgery and plastic surgery of the eyes and face. Ptosis is something he deals a lot with in his practice. Most people have a difference of about 1-2 millimeters between the two eyes, which is why her family is not acknowledging an obvious difference. At the same time, when she takes photos or when she gets tired, a lot of those differences are obvious. During evaluation, Dr. Prasad would ask patients to look at previous photos. There’s a condition called congenital ptosis which is when one or both eyes are drooping because of the development during gestation of a muscle that lifts the eyelid called the levator muscle. Someone may have symptoms of drooping eyelids that causes the eyelid to progress a little lower but they may also have some degree of drooping eyelid throughout their lives. In addition, any kind of trauma that causes the eyelid to swell can make it droop because of eyelid stretching. If that’s not the case, then he wants to also rule out any neurological causes, so an examination with an ophthalmologist, neuro-ophthalmologist or neurologist is needed to ensure the eyelid drooping is not a sign or symptom of something else that may need intervention other than surgery. Normally, people have drooping eyelids as they get older because the tendon of the levator muscle called the aponeurosis tends to get thinner and detaches. This phenomenon is called involutional ptosis and is a very common problem as we get older. That’s an acquired ptosis and is probably the most common type of ptosis there is. However, this lady is very young for that type of situation. It is very important to establish whether or not this is congenital ptosis or if there is any other neurological reason for the ptosis. Once those things are ruled out, especially the systemic issues, then she can consider surgical options. Typically, Dr. Prasad performs ptosis surgery under local anesthesia with LITE™ sedation which is a deceptively complex procedure. It is done in a very small space in the eyelid area where a very sensitive muscle has to be manipulated so that the eyelid height, shape and contour are symmetric with the other eye. There are situations when someone has one drooping eyelid, he physically lifts that eyelid during an examination and the other eyelid droops. That is one of the manifestations of Hering’s Law which has to do with the way the brain feeds the eyelids so that when you correct one, the other one will droop. He checks and decides whether or not it’s significant enough to do both eyes. He also does a proper evaluation of eye function in terms of how she blinks and how high her eye rolls to protect the eye when she is blinking. These are part of a standard ophthalmological examination. During surgery, Dr. Prasad often let the patient sit up several times to evaluate what the eyelid level is relative to the effects of gravity. He lets the patient open and close their eyes during surgery. They never feel any pain and they are comfortable. This helps him predict the appearance of the eyes after the surgery is completed. Once surgery is completed, he basically does the same thing he does with other cosmetic eyelid procedures: cold compresses on the eyes, observe, and a week later he take stitches out. Dr. Prasad suggests that she have an evaluation first by an ophthalmologist, possibly a neurologist to eliminate the other systemic causes of ptosis. Once that’s eliminated, then it’s time to then identify a doctor she feels comfortable with most likely an oculofacial/ oculoplastic surgeon who does a lot of ptosis surgery. Hopefully, this surgeon has a cosmetic sense that resonates with her. Ptosis surgery can really be very fulfilling and can restore the patient’s confidence about the asymmetry of their eyes. For more information about ptosis correction surgery, please visit our website: http://prasadcosmeticsurgery.com/prasad-face-eyes/eyelifts/eyelid-ptosis-surgery/
Views: 3172 Amiya Prasad, M.D.
Nose Job or Rhinoplasty We can help you...Nose Job | Call (866) 941-3796 http://www.drhaenakim.com/ The nose sits prominently in the middle of the face. If your nose is out of symmetry with the rest of your features, or has an irregularity like a bump, it will draw attention. As a result the eye will be directed to the asymmetry rather than your natural beauty. This can cause diminished self-confidence while heightening self-consciousness. http://www.drhaenakim.com/nose-rhinoplasty/ Every nose is different and one must choose a surgeon who specializes on the face, not just the body. Dr. Haena Kim has the expertise and knowledge to offer you the best cosmetic option while always keeping breathing function in mind. Who is a Candidate? Men and women in good health, and some patients even as young as fourteen, seeking improvement in their nasal shape and/or function. How is Rhinoplasty Surgery Performed? Rhinoplasty surgery is performed in an operating room under anesthesia for maximum patient comfort and best results. Dr. Kim's rhinoplasty techniques vary and are tailored to each patient's individual aesthetic needs. Incisions are made to be undetectable following surgery. Dr. Kim will determine which technique is best for you during a surgical consultation. What is the Recovery like from Rhinoplasty Surgery? Patients are free to go home a few hours following surgery. Recovery may take up to two weeks. Swelling, bruising and discomfort are common during this time, but easily managed by keeping the head elevated, applying cold compresses around the eyes and nose, and by following postoperative instructions. Patients will have an external splint for the first week to aid in healing and reduce swelling. Dr. Kim speeds up her patient's recovery time, and reduces bruising or swelling, by recommending oral vitamin C and arnica during the recovery process. http://www.drhaenakim.com/nose-rhinoplasty/ Related Keywords: nose job, surgery, rhinoplasty, nose, video, plastic surgery, nose reconstruction, cosmetic surgery, surgery video, medical video, medical, nose job recovery, nose job prices, nose job without surgery, nose job procedure, nose job, nose job experience, nose job without surgery We are just a phone call away...Call (866) 941-3796
Looking for a nose job surgeon in Jupiter Florida? Call (561) 320-8118 to get in touch with our recommended Jupiter Florida Nose Job (Rhinoplasty) Surgeons. http://jupiterplasticsurgeons.com/cosmetic-procedures/nose-job-surgeons-jupiter-florida/ Rhinoplasty, commonly known as a nose job, is a plastic surgery procedure for correcting and reconstructing the form, restoring the functions, and aesthetically enhancing the nose by resolving nasal trauma (blunt, penetrating, blast), congenital defect, respiratory impediment, or a failed primary rhinoplasty. Most patients ask to remove a bump, narrow nostril width, change the angle between the nose and the mouth, as well as correct injuries, birth defects, or other problems that affect breathing, such as deviated nasal septum or a sinus condition. In the surgeries—closed rhinoplasty and open rhinoplasty—an otolaryngologist (ear, nose, and throat specialist), a maxillofacial surgeon (jaw, face, and neck specialist), or a plastic surgeon creates a functional, aesthetic, and facially proportionate nose by separating the nasal skin and the soft tissues from the osseo-cartilaginous nasal framework, correcting them as required for form and function, suturing the incisions, using tissue glue and applying either a package or a stent, or both, to immobilize the corrected nose to ensure the proper healing of the surgical incision. To determine the patient's suitability for undergoing a rhinoplasty procedure, the surgeon clinically evaluates him or her with a complete medical history (anamnesis) to determine his or her physical and psychological health. The prospective patient must explain to the physician–surgeon the functional and aesthetic nasal problems that he or she suffers. The surgeon asks about the ailments' symptoms and their duration, past surgical interventions, allergies, drugs use and drugs abuse (prescription and commercial medications), and a general medical history. Furthermore, additional to physical suitability is psychological suitability—the patient's psychological motive for undergoing nose surgery is critical to the surgeon's pre-operative evaluation of the patient. In the case of men, the surgeon must identify prospective patients presenting the mental traits denoted by the psychiatric acronym SIMON (single, immature, male, over-expectant, and narcissistic), which might indicate a man over-valuing the outcome of a rhinoplasty. The complete physical examination of the rhinoplasty patient determines if he or she is physically fit to undergo and tolerate the physiologic stresses of nose surgery. The examination comprehends every existing physical problem, and a consultation with an anaesthesiologist, if warranted by the patient's medical data. Specific facial and nasal evaluations record the patient's skin-type, existing surgical scars, and the symmetry and asymmetry of the aesthetic nasal subunits. The external and internal nasal examination concentrates upon the anatomic thirds of the nose—upper section, middle section, lower section—specifically noting their structures; the measures of the nasal angles (at which the external nose projects from the face); and the physical characteristics of the naso-facial bony and soft tissues. The internal examination evaluates the condition of the nasal septum, the internal and external nasal valves, the turbinates, and the nasal lining, paying special attention to the structure and the form of the nasal dorsum and the tip of the nose. https://sites.google.com/view/jupiterplasticsurgeons/recommended-jupiter-plastic-surgeons-based-on-procedure/nose-job
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A woman is concerned about her right eyelid which has started drooping over the last 5 months. She says this was not the case a year ago and it seems to be getting worse. She is growing very self-conscious as it can appear quite pronounced. She wants to know the procedures appropriate for her problem. Dr.Amiya Prasad, an oculofacial plastic surgeon, explains that most people who've had more noticeable ptosis as they got older actually always had a small degree of ptosis which they compensated for before the ptosis become progressively worse. As a physician, a new onset of ptosis always requires some type of medical and neurologic workup to rule out some possible things that can be related to ptosis as an early sign. Dr. Prasad's recommendation is that she brings this to the attention of a medical doctor or see an ophthalmologist or a neurologist. She needs to bring this to the attention of a physician so that the appropriate medical workup can be done and she can rule out any of the things that may need to be dealt with before considering doing any type of corrective procedure. When someone has ptosis, Dr. Prasad will be doing something called levator muscle dehiscence or levator muscle attenuation. In this procedure, the muscle called the levator muscle has a tendon called the aponeurosis that tends to thin and sometimes detach. When that happens, the eyelid droops. He routinely performs a procedure called levator muscle advancement. This procedure is done on local anaesthesia with light sedation so that the person can actually cooperate during surgery. With this, he can maximize the appearance of the proximity of both of the eyes in terms of contour, height and shape. For more information visit us in our website: http://prasadcosmeticsurgery.com/prasad-face-eyes/eyelifts/eyelid-ptosis-surgery/
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17 goals. 15 years to achieve them. Each goal resonates differently with every individual so we asked Shameless Maya to share which goals she is most passionate about. Comment below with yours! Check out Shameless Maya's channel here: https://www.youtube.com/user/shamelessmaya _____________________________________________________________________________________ Subscribe to UNICEF here: http://bit.ly/1ltTE3m The official UNICEF YouTube channel is your primary destination for the latest news updates from the frontline, documentaries, celebrity appeals, and more about our work to realize the rights of every child. Click here to see all of our latest trending videos: http://smarturl.it/TrendingAtUNICEF For more about UNICEF's work, visit: http://www.unicef.org Follow UNICEF here: UNICEF Connect blog: http://blogs.unicef.org Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/unicef Twitter: https://twitter.com/unicef Instagram: http://instagram.com/UNICEF Tumblr: http://unicef.tumblr.com Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/unicef
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A 28-year-old woman feels that her lids are very heavy for a younger person. To open her lids, she must raise her forehead which gave her horizontal lines on her forehead. She wants to know the right procedure for her eyelids. Dr. Amiya Prasad is a cosmetic oculofacial plastic surgeon. This is a surgeon who first specialized in eye surgery before specialized training in cosmetic surgery of the eyes and face. Eyelid surgery relating to upper and lower eyelids and ptosis surgery are things he deals with every day. In order to know the right procedure, he first differentiates between dermatochalasis and ptosis. Dermatochalasis is excess skin over the eye. This is why when someone raises their eyebrows, the physical weight of the eyelids is being reduced and people are unconsciously raising eyebrows. It is very common for a patient to go visit a dermatologist and get Botox® injections to their forehead to reduce their forehead line. Ptosis on the other hand means drooping of the eyelid and is defined by looking at the margin of the eyelid - the point where the eyelashes are relative to the pupil or the center of the eye. When patients come to Dr. Prasad’s practice, he first does a ptosis evaluation. It does appear that this woman’s right eye is slightly lower than her left in the photos she submitted. That doesn’t necessarily mean that she needs ptosis repair. The evaluation of ptosis requires measurements that include the margin reflex distance which is from the center of the pupil, light reflex to the margin, and lastly levator muscle function. The levator muscle is responsible for lifting the eyelid. Another thing that he does is he rolls up the skin of the upper eyelid using a Q-Tip to see if the eyelid is still low even after the skin is lifted. That is a critically important step in determining whether or not a person is a candidate for a pure blepharoplasty which is the removal of skin, extra fat and other soft tissue in the upper eyelids alone or a combination of a ptosis operation. Ptosis operation involves the levator muscle. It’s a completely different surgery compared to blepharoplasty because this muscle has to be handled just right, and it is not a procedure that most general or unspecialized plastic surgeons perform. However, the presence of ptosis doesn’t necessarily mean that it always has to be addressed. Within the normal population, it is generally acceptable to have a difference of 1-2 millimeters between the two eyes. A lot of patients don’t come in unless they are bothered because it’s gotten worse, or they are concerned that one eye is lower than the other significantly. Often, just addressing the physical weight of the eyelid skin is enough for someone to be satisfied and to feel good about their appearance. Dr. Prasad explains that it is important that patients meet with qualified experienced cosmetic surgeons and he would advise that they go to someone who understands ptosis so that way this is something that is not overlooked. Most doctors who perform eyelid surgery like general plastic surgeons and facial plastic surgeons do not do ptosis surgery because it’s not part of their routine. It’s best to meet with a cosmetic oculofacial plastic surgeon to get a proper examination and learn about options. In Dr. Prasad’s practice, he does both ptosis and blepharoplasty surgery under local anesthesia with LITE™ IV sedation. During ptosis surgery specifically, because the muscle is so sensitive, he actually lets the patient open their eyes during the procedure to see what the height and contour of the eyelid appears. He even sits patient up to make sure the height, contour and symmetry is achieved. Patients never feel any pain because they’re already numb and it ensures that they will look good as it appears during the surgery. For more information about ptosis surgery, please visit our website: http://prasadcosmeticsurgery.com/prasad-face-eyes/eyelifts/eyelid-ptosis-surgery/ For more information about blepharoplasty, please visit: http://prasadcosmeticsurgery.com/prasad-face-eyes/eyelifts/upper-eyelift-surgery/ To know more about LITE™ anesthesia, please visit: http://prasadcosmeticsurgery.com/dr-amiya-prasad-nyc-new-york/lite-anesthesia-for-cosmetic-surgery/
Views: 7918 Amiya Prasad, M.D.
This is a case of a young man who presented with facial asymmetry due to enlarged left masseter muscle. He had previously undergone orthognathic surgery for condylar hyperplasia. Through an intraoral approach the hypertrophied masseter was excised to correct the facial imbalance.
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A man had Asian blepharoplasty when he was 17. However, he feels that her eyelid has begun to droop over the past years. He wants to know the type of procedure he would need. Based on the single photo he submitted, oculoplastic surgeon Dr. Amiya Prasad says that he does have some degree of ptosis. Ptosis means drooping of the eyelid or the position of the eyelid margin relative to the center of the pupil. There’s a certain level that’s normal, and below that, based on the number of millimeters, is the degree of ptosis. Before determining what kind of surgery to perform, it is important for patients to at least see an ophthalmologist or oculoplastic surgeon to diagnosis ptosis. New onset of ptosis should involve some kind of medical workup. There are neurologic and other causes of ptosis that should be eliminated before moving forward with the surgery. It is more likely that this man may have some degree of ptosis that was congenital or he was born with it. Over these past few years, the eyelid drooped a little further to the point that it is apparent to him. Dr. Prasad respectfully disagrees that taking away skin in her upper eyelids would make his eyelid look more open. This is a very common difference between specialists in eyelid surgery and non-specialists. A lot of plastic surgeons would see this as common excess skin, but when patients look at the eyelid margin and imagine taking away a little excess skin or even rolling up the skin, they would see the eyes don’t look more open. In Dr. Prasad’s practice, once he has established the diagnosis of ptosis related to the levator muscle, he performs ptosis surgery. Ptosis surgery is performed under local anesthesia with LITE ™ intravenous sedation. This type of surgery is very tricky because the muscle is very sensitive. Getting the right contour, height, shape and symmetry are very challenging. Dr. Prasad routinely lets his patients sit up during these procedures and have them look up and down during the surgery. Of course, they don’t feel anything but with their cooperation, he is able to get a better sense of what the contour will be when all of the anesthetic and everything else has worn off. He’ll even have the patient look at a mirror so that they see how open their eyes look. Dr. Prasad suggests that this man get a proper examination. He must have the eyelid and the muscle function measured as part of a ptosis evaluation. Once this is established, there is a discussion about the type of ptosis surgery involved and he can now move forward with a procedure to open his eyes more. Prior to doing that, he must get at least a formal opinion of a specialist about the cause of his ptosis. For more information about Asian eyelid surgery, please visit our website: http://prasadcosmeticsurgery.com/prasad-face-eyes/eyelifts/asian-eyelid-surgery/ To learn more about ptosis surgery, please visit: http://prasadcosmeticsurgery.com/prasad-face-eyes/eyelifts/eyelid-ptosis-surgery/
Views: 1103 Amiya Prasad, M.D.
Ptosis, or drooping eyelid is caused by a defective or stretched muscle responsible for lifting the eyelid called the levator muscle. Ptosis surgery is not performed by most plastic surgeons. Correcting this thin muscle in the delicate eye area is more frequently performed by specialists with combined training in ophthalmology and facial cosmetic surgery called oculoplastic or oculofacial surgeons. Dr. Amiya Prasad is a leading Oculoplastic Surgeon with offices in Manhattan and Garden City, Long Island. Several factors influence whether or not you will need another ptosis correction surgery: (1) the type of ptosis you have, (2) the age when you had the procedure, (3) changes related to aging, and (4) the elasticity of your own tissues. For example, a child who has congenital ptosis may have surgery to correct it before the age of six, and then may need to have another surgery done in their teen years or young adulthood. The more common type of ptosis, like aponeurotic ptosis or levator muscle dehiscence, happen later on in life due to the thinning of the levator muscle, which is responsible for lifting the eyelid. The procedure required to address this type of ptosis can last for years without needing any additional or follow-up surgery. Ptosis surgery may only require some enhancement during the first few months or year if there are any issues with height, symmetry, or contour. For further information regarding ptosis and surgery please check our website at http://prasadcosmeticsurgery.com/prasad-face-eyes/eyelifts/eyelid-ptosis-surgery/ Or come to our clinic on the following address for a personal consultation today: Manhattan, New York City: 61 E 66th St, New York City, NY 10065 * (212) 265-8877 Garden City, Long Island: 901 Stewart Ave, Suite 206 – Garden City, NY 11530 * (516) 742-4636
Views: 711 Amiya Prasad, M.D.
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Michael Faraday Prize and Lecture by Professor Frank Close OBE, University of Oxford. Modern scientific theory describes a perfectly symmetrical universe. A universe in which matter is destroyed within an instant of its appearance and where nothing we now know could ever have happened. Human life itself seems to be lopsided, as the spherical embryo is transformed into a highly structured being with its internal organs mirrored asymmetrically. This talk explores the profound role of asymmetry in nature, and the role of its agent - the Higgs Boson - in creating a universe fit for life. The Royal Society Michael Faraday Prize is awarded annually to the scientist or engineer whose expertise in communicating scientific ideas in lay terms is exemplary. Professor Frank Close OBE was presented the award for his excellence in science communication. 6:30 pm -- 7:30 pm on Tuesday 28 January 2014 at The Royal Society, London. http://royalsociety.org/events/2014/asymmetric-Universe/
Views: 18529 The Royal Society
Atsushi Takada and Yolande Waldock describe the motivation behind creating the Lexus Hoverboard and the Amazing in Motion series. The Lexus Hoverboard represents true innovation and imagination, together pushing the boundaries of technology even further. #LexusHover #Lexus #LexusGSF #LexusHover #AmazingInMotion Go to our website: http://www.lexus.com Find us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/lexus Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/lexus Lexus Drivers: http://drivers.lexus.com L Studio: http://www.youtube.com/user/lstudiopr... Vida Lexus: http://www.vidalexus.com LuxuryAwaits: http://www.luxuryawaits.com About Lexus: Welcome to the official Lexus YouTube channel, your front-row seat to watching the Pursuit of Perfection.
Views: 485478 Lexus
When conflict broke out in Central African Republic, 14-year-old Veva fled from her now-destroyed home to a tent near the national airport in Bangui. Clashes drove over 6,000 children and their families into the displacement camp where they also attend school. Veva is determined to remain in school, saying "If I don't go to school, what will I do? What will become of me?" Other children she attends school with are coping with the trauma of displacement, with some drawing pictures of weapons. She says, "It disturbs me, it really does because before, their life was not like that." _______________________________________________________ Subscribe to UNICEF here: http://bit.ly/1ltTE3m The official UNICEF YouTube channel is your primary destination for the latest news updates from the frontline, documentaries, celebrity appeals, and more about our work to realize the rights of every child. Click here to see all of our latest trending videos: http://smarturl.it/TrendingAtUNICEF For more about UNICEF's work, visit: http://www.unicef.org Follow UNICEF here: UNICEF Connect blog: http://blogs.unicef.org Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/unicef Twitter: https://twitter.com/unicef Instagram: http://instagram.com/UNICEF Tumblr: http://unicef.tumblr.com Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/unicef Medium: https://medium.com/@UNICEF
Views: 3435 UNICEF
San Francisco Bay Area Movement Improvement Specialist, Personal Trainer, and Orthopedic Massage specialist Matt Hsu explains how to use a bodyweight squat to identify inefficient movement patterns and presents options for correcting common imbalances. Beginner's hip mobility program: http://bit.ly/uhhh1 Love this video? Love Upright Health? Support us on Patreon! http://bit.ly/uhpatreon Want better posture? Get the free Posture Primer ebook: http://bit.ly/uhpprmr ***Get the Healthy Hips I Handbook: http://bit.ly/uhhh1 ***Check out the FAI Fix for a comprehensive system to help you understand your hip problems and to train your body back to health! http://bit.ly/thefaifix T-shirts: http://uprighthealth.com/clothing Blog: http://uprighthealth.com/blog Facebook: http://facebook.com/uprighthealth Twitter: http://twitter.com/uprighthealth ---- Support us on Patreon! http://bit.ly/uhpatreon
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Hello Everyone, today I talk about a special technique to make your face symmetrical and even. If your face is Asymmetrical never fear, this will change it. Don't you hate it when you look in the mirror and your face looks uneven! Well, this little tip will help you fix that! Join the Facerobics® Face Exercise Gym - www.facerobics.com.au Renew Me Skincare Products - www.renewme.com.au Muscles of the Face - https://renewme.com.au/facial-muscles/ Where to Start with Facerobics - https://renewme.com.au/where-to-start-and-how-to-use-the-facerobics-face-exercise-program-for-your-face-exercise-success/ Copyright © 2018 All Rights Reserved COPYRIGHT NOTICE: Please note, you may not reproduce in whole or part of the FACEROBICS® Exercises and FACEROBICS® 5 Principles or RENEW ME® Meditations, or the FACEROBICS® Face Exercise Program without prior written approval from RENEW ME (AUST) PTY LTD in accordance with the Australian Copyright Act 1968. NOTE this also applies to YouTube Copyright & Trademark Infringement Policies RENEW ME® (AUST) and FACEROBICS® (AUST & USA) are REGISTERED TRADEMARKS owned by RENEW ME (AUST) PTY LTD Disclaimer: This video is not intended to offer professional Medical, Dietary or Mental Health advice. ****If you are suffering from any Medical, Dietary or Mental Health concerns please seek professional advice**** MUSIC Title: Honey Bee (incompetech.com) Title: How it Begins (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Kevin MacLeod can be contacted at www.incompetech.com My Name: Peta Prior
Views: 74304 FACEROBICS® - Your Face Exercise Coach
A gentleman believes he has ptosis. He says he never had a problem with it when he was young. When he turned 17, he started to notice in pictures that his eyes looked strange. People started pointing out that his eyes were uneven. He squints a little to hide his condition. He wants to know the most effective way to get rid of upper eyelid drooping Dr. Amiya Prasad can see from this man's submitted photos that the ptosis is pretty obvious. He explains that when someone is born with ptosis, it may get a bit worse as they get older. If it is a new onset of ptosis, he has to rule out a neurologic cause or any other type of issue. In Dr. Prasad's practice, when people complain that they notice they have droopy lids, he asks them to bring some old pictures so he can see if there was some drooping in the past. A lot of times, people would compensate by raising their eyebrows to get their eyes to open. They may not notice this as time goes on, and the ptosis may get worse. Other things that can be related to ptosis can be eye rubbing or wearing of contact lenses. Dr. Prasad suggests that the first thing that one should do is to be evaluated so that there's no medical issue related to ptosis. Assuming there are no other deeper issues causing ptosis , Dr. Prasad says that the next step would be pursuing ptosis repair. It's normal to have slightly uneven eyes as long it's within 1-2 millimeters. When it becomes more than 1-2 millimeters, then people notice a difference between the eyes. When he does a ptosis correction, he always tries to get them as symmetric as possible; within a millimeter is considered a very good result. What Dr. Prasad typically does in ptosis repair is advance a muscle called levator muscle which is the muscle that lifts the eyelid. He also shortens the muscle in order to allow the eyelid to come up. During surgery, he lets the patient cooperate by letting them open their eyes. Once the eyelids come up, he can see that the balance, shape, height and contour of the eyes are equal. More than 95% of the time, it comes out ideally to the patient's satisfaction. There are also a few patients who need enhancement where the eyelid is too low or too high. Dr. Prasad recommends that the patient be evaluated by an eye doctor or ophthalmologist, or more specifically an oculoplastic surgeon who has a background on ophthalmology and specializes in eyelid surgery to determine whether or not there is a medical issue. If there isn't, then he can consider a cosmetic or reconstructive type of ptosis operation. http://prasadcosmeticsurgery.com/ More about ptosis repair here: http://prasadcosmeticsurgery.com/prasad-face-eyes/eyelifts/eyelid-ptosis-surgery/
Views: 3461 Amiya Prasad, M.D.
You ever been to one of those tile stores that's mixed with a library? Turns out those are just fronts for body armor production lines. Also, Brian and Jason are dumb and you shouldn't try any of this. Get a Modern Rogue Shirt at http://shop.themodernrogue.com Get 100 Deadly Skills at https://100deadlyskills.com/ ----------------------------------------------------------------- Patreon: https://patreon.com/modernrogue Discord (patron reward): https://discord.gg/modernrogue MR Articles: https://themodernrogue.com Outtakes & BTS: https://youtube.com/scamstuff Subreddit: https://modernrogue.reddit.com Merch: https://shop.themodernrogue.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/modernrogueshow Instagram: https://instagram.com/modernrogueshow Facebook: https://facebook.com/modernrogues ----------------------------------------------------------------- Music used in this episode: "Caught in the Rain" by Aso https://chillhop.bandcamp.com/album/chillhop-essentials-winter-2016 "Pine Trees" by Juan RIOS https://chillhop.bandcamp.com/album/chillhop-essentials-winter-2016 "Meditation on God" by Melodiesinfonie https://chillhop.bandcamp.com/album/chillhop-essentials-winter-2016 "Old School Hip Hop Instrumental 7" by Carlsbro https://www.pond5.com/stock-music/49698089/old-school-hip-hop-instrumental-7-vintage-sound.html?ref=Gatowag "Smooth Mellow And Groovy Hip Hop Beat" by Frank_Vortex https://www.pond5.com/stock-music/53899524/smooth-mellow-and-groovy-hip-hop-beat.html?ref=Gatowag "Gold Nova" by baaskaT https://chillhop.bandcamp.com/album/flickshots-quickscopes ----------------------------------------------------------------- This episode was made with the help of: Brian Brushwood - host -- http://twitter.com/shwood Jason Murphy - host / research -- http://instagram.com/captainmurphy Brandt Hughes - camera operator / editor -- http://twitter.com/gatowag Bryce Castillo - camera operator / live audio engineer -- http://twitter.com/brycas
Views: 1069769 The Modern Rogue
"A lot of people look at us in a different way," says Cleane, one of three women who have taken in Duda, a baby girl born with microcephaly, after her parents were unable to take care of her. The neurological disorder, which may be caused by the Zika virus, is becoming a major public concern as reported cases rise sharply across South and Central America. Despite experiencing prejudice, the three women are fully committed to raising Duda and getting the treatment she needs to help improve her development. ____________________________________________ Subscribe to UNICEF here: http://bit.ly/1ltTE3m The official UNICEF YouTube channel is your primary destination for the latest news updates from the frontline, documentaries, celebrity appeals, and more about our work to realize the rights of every child. Click here to see all of our latest trending videos: http://smarturl.it/TrendingAtUNICEF For more about UNICEF's work, visit: http://www.unicef.org Follow UNICEF here: UNICEF Connect blog: http://blogs.unicef.org Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/unicef Twitter: https://twitter.com/unicef Instagram: http://instagram.com/UNICEF Tumblr: http://unicef.tumblr.com Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/unicef Medium: https://medium.com/@UNICEF
Views: 8188 UNICEF
To listen to more of Murray Gell-Mann’s stories, go to the playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLVV0r6CmEsFxKFx-0lsQDs6oLP3SZ9BlA Born on Manhattan Island in 1929, Murray Gell-Mann is a theoretical physicist. His considerable contributions to physics include the theory of quantum chromodynamics. He was awarded the 1969 Nobel Prize in Physics for his work on the theory of elementary particles. [Listener: Geoffrey West] TRANSCRIPT: Dave Peaslee–who had worked with Weisskopf just before me at MIT, he had left MIT by the time I arrived–Dave Peaslee was then at Columbia and he wrote up this idea and why it wouldn't work, but very obscurely; it was not easy to read his letter but since I had done the same thing I was able to understand his letter. Then I went to the Institute for Advanced Study on a visit in the spring of 1952 on my way to Europe. I had awarded myself the Murray Gell-Mann travelling fellowship to Europe and I was going to pay my first visit to Britain, France, Italy, Spain, and Switzerland. And when I stopped in Princeton, visiting the hospital or there also for a minor surgical procedure, I was invited to give a little talk at the Institute for Advanced Study. Oh no, perhaps I wasn't invited to give a talk. Anyway, I visited–I guess I was in Princeton anyway–and I visited the institute and visited my old colleagues there. And they asked me if I understood what Peaslee's letter was about, because they had read Peaslee's letter and they couldn't understand it. And I said yes, I hadn't read it very thoroughly either, but since I had worked out the same ideas I could explain my ideas, and it was an idea for how the strange particles could be explained but it was an idea that was flawed and I would explain the flaw. So they hustled me into the conference room and the seminar room and I gave what amounted to a seminar. I described the idea and then I described how… I was going to describe how electromagnetism would prevent it from working and so on. Well, in fact I did that. I described the idea and I described how electromagnetism would prevent it from working, and then I gave an example. I said, ‘Suppose for example the v one zero’, which is what we later called the lambda, I mean yes, what… what was called the lambda later on–this was in June, or May–May probably, May 1952. And the names lambda and so on weren't given until 1953 at the conference at Bagnères-de-Bigorre–which I didn't attend unfortunately. Anyway, in May 1952 I presented the idea and I told about why electromagnetism would ruin it and then I started to give an example. I said, ‘Suppose the v one zero is a member of a multiplet, and isotopic multiplet with i = 5/2.’ Now of course there's the difficulty that i = 5/2, that's lots of charged states and nobody had observed a great many multiple charge states such as i = 5/2 would have. But I was going to assume that somebody might discover them some day later, and I would still explain how the idea would function and then why it would be ruined by electromagnetism. I had explained it in general and I was now going to explain it in the specific case. However, instead of saying i =l 5/2, I said i = 1–just a slip of the tongue. But as soon as I said it I realized that if it were i = 1 there would be no problem: there was no way that electromagnetism could convert i = 1 into i = 3/2; whereas it could easily convert i = 5/2 into i = 3/2. And then I went through in my mind as I stood there all the reasons why i = 1 would be thought to be impossible and I couldn't see that any of them held water. So I said ‘I think this is it! I think this is the explanation.‘ Well everybody pooh-poohed it, and they said, ‘Well, we don't understand what you're talking about and this doesn't seem like a very good idea, and this is just a special case and what we have already been saying,’ and so on and so forth. So I didn't pursue it further at that moment.
FCR Cranial skull, ncr, fcr, physical therapy, sacral cranial therapy, endonasal, bns, bilateral specific, facial manipulation, chiropractic, sinusitis, deviated septum, headache, hearing loss, facial surgery, migraines, occipital neuralgia, trigeminal neuralgia, osteopathic cranial, Understanding the brain and nervous system is at the core of many health challenges is crucial in understanding why fCR works so well on so many health challenges. Your brain and nervous system control every aspect of your bodies response to stress, like mental stress, emotional stress, structural stress, toxic stress, and even infections. By balancing your brain you balance your bodies response to stress and it's environment.Functional Cranial-Release is the art and science of restoring normal brain and nervous system function by using Functional Neurology along with NeuroCranial Restructuring to accomplish the following: 1) Restore the brains ability to oxygenate itself through both improving air flow into higher area's through the nasal passage and also improve the normal pumping action inherent in all of use (cranial rhythm) that moves nutrients such as oxygen and neurotransmitters that bath the central nervous system keeping it healthy. 2) Utilize neurologic testing to determine the pathways and brain centers that are either firing to much or firing too little using the following; Use of the C.A.P.S. Balance Plate for brain function. Examination of your eye's movements and reflex's, your muscles or motor system, the autonomic nervous system, your circulation, your sensory system, the vestibular system (or) your ability to balance [many times using a computerized balance platform]. Through the specific use of various modalities such as one or more of the following; Very Specific Chiropractic Adjustments of the spine, extremities, and cranium, Soft Tissue or Massage, Eye Pattern & Eye Exercise's, Canalith Repositioning (or) Eply's, Vestibular Rehabilitative Modalities or VRT, and many others too numerous to list. The modalities used depend on the specific needs of the patient. 3) A series Cranial Release's are performed where the connective tissues that surround your brain and spinal cord called the Dura Mater are specifically released using endonasal balloon inflations. This is done in combination with the above-mentioned functional neurologic modalities to provide the therapeutic effect to balance and normalize brain function. This normalization results in healing.
Views: 6575 Advanced Rejuvenation
Damon Whitfield, D.O. Certified FCR Practitioner. Understanding the brain and nervous system is at the core of many health challenges is crucial in understanding why FCR works so well on so many health challenges. Your brain and nervous system control every aspect of your bodies response to stress, like mental stress, emotional stress, structural stress, toxic stress, and even infections. By balancing your brain you balance your bodies response to stress and it's environment.Functional Cranial-Release is the art and science of restoring normal brain and nervous system function by using Functional Neurology along with NeuroCranial Restructuring to accomplish the following: 1) Restore the brains ability to oxygenate itself through both improving air flow into higher area's through the nasal passage and also improve the normal pumping action inherent in all of use (cranial rhythm) that moves nutrients such as oxygen and neurotransmitters that bath the central nervous system keeping it healthy. 2) Utilize neurologic testing to determine the pathways and brain centers that are either firing to much or firing too little using the following; Use of the C.A.P.S. Balance Plate for brain function. Examination of your eye's movements and reflex's, your muscles or motor system, the autonomic nervous system, your circulation, your sensory system, the vestibular system (or) your ability to balance [many times using a computerized balance platform]. Through the specific use of various modalities such as one or more of the following; Very Specific Chiropractic Adjustments of the spine, extremities, and cranium, Soft Tissue or Massage, Eye Pattern & Eye Exercise's, Canalith Repositioning (or) Eply's, Vestibular Rehabilitative Modalities or VRT, and many others too numerous to list. The modalities used depend on the specific needs of the patient. 3) A series Cranial Release's are performed where the connective tissues that surround your brain and spinal cord called the Dura Mater are specifically released using endonasal balloon inflations. This is done in combination with the above-mentioned functional neurologic modalities to provide the therapeutic effect to balance and normalize brain function. This normalization results in healing.
Views: 5868 Advanced Rejuvenation
Magnetic resonance imaging assessment of regional abdominal muscle function in elite Australian Football League players with and without low back pain Changes in the motor control of trunk muscles have been identified in people with low back pain including elite football players. The aim of this study was to investigate if the ability to draw-in the abdominal wall is altered among football players with low back pain, and to determine if there are functional differences between the middle and lower abdominal regions in participants with and without low back pain. This video is from the Australian Physiotherapy Association's Physiotherapy Conference 2011. www.physiotherapy.asn.au Where the presenter has given consent, slides will be made available upon request to APA members. Contact: [email protected]
Views: 629 Australian Physiotherapy Association