Since Dr. Rosenfield shared his recent experience being the first plastic surgeon to use google glasses, the local San Mateo Medical Society Journal was interested as well. Below is his article contribution on page 13! San Mateo Medical Society Journal
Check out Dr. Rosenfield’s most recent publication! Psychological Assessment Checklist
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As a long-standing educator in my field of plastic surgery, as soon as I heard about Google Glass, I knew immediately that this innovation could have incredible applications within surgery. So, when my college aged son Michael, applied and became one of only a couple thousand Google Glass “Explorers” to receive the device, I grasped the opportunity to try them in surgery. With proper consent by the patient, I chose to do a procedure about which I have published and lectured: a “Pinch Blepharoplasty” (otherwise known as an cosmetic eyelid lift). Yesterday, from my office operatory in Burlingame, I successfully live-streamed the surgery to residents at both UCSF and Stanford.
As the holidays fast approach us, I thought this would be a good moment to bring some “truth in advertising” to the world of injectables. As you know Botox and fillers such as Juvederm are by far the most commonly injected products worldwide. And why is that? Because they do what they say they are [...]
Dr. Rosenfield just returned from the annual Aesthetic Society meeting in New York City. He presented both his innovative techniques in facelifting, The Lateral Pinch Facialplasty, and his surgical safety protocol, The Peri-Operative Checklist. Both were very well received and Dr. Rosenfield is thrilled that many colleagues from around the world have voiced their interest [...]
Dr. Rosenfield was also honored at the Aesthetic Meeting to sit on a distinguished panel of experts on the topic of the Abdominoplasty. He presented his advances in the High Tension Abdominoplasty. Dr. Rosenfield has published many articles and chapters on the topic in the premiere journals and books in plastic surgery. Click on the [...]
As I have reported in the past, Operation Access is the wonderful non-profit organization that refers all the reconstructive patients to the Peninsula Plastic Surgery Foundation within my office. They recently invited me to be a featured providing volunteer physician within their upcoming Annual Report. I have written a piece which describes my journey into [...]
I have been invited to participate in the upcoming meeting lecturing on my eyelid, facelift, and abdominoplasty techniques along with my now nationally recongnized operative safety checklist. Here is the link for this meeting to be held in Chicago this November. QMP Aesthetic Surgery Symposium
As you know, Dr. Rosenfield actively teaches at both Stanford and UCSF. He has recently been featured in Stanford news. Click on the link below to see Dr. Rosenfield’s updated activity. Stanford News
The premier surgery center accreditation organization, AAAASF, has asked me to be a member of their Publications and Communications committees. I have already contributed an article about the implementation of my comprehensive safety checklist. AAAASF Website