Plastic plastic surgeon and reconstructive teacher scientific publications

실비 포아뇨넥 소개와 약력
성형 전문의 – 사회와 프로페셔널 에스테틱 전문 박사

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What is the profession of plastic surgeon?

I’ve been a plastic surgeon for 20 years. The follow-up of a patient starts with the first consultation: people of all ages come to see me to treat malformations (protruding ears, for example), or for rejuvenations, facelifts, laser treatment. So I have a rather varied clientele. When I receive them, I try to discuss their project with them. Then, in the operating room, I perform the operation (rhinoplasty, eye rejuvenation, liposuction, etc.) then I examine them to check that everything went well. In the practice, I do treatments: this is the aesthetic medicine part. At the hospital (Pitié-Salpêtrière), once a week, I treat more serious pathologies such as skin cancers or facial paralysis due to accidents.

What are the different operations I perform?

Breast prostheses are a big demand right now. I also intervene on rhinoplasty (or nose surgery), liposuction, eyelid surgery, lifting, breast reduction, protruding ears, and many others.

What are the trends and novelties?

At the moment, it is genital surgery (lip reduction or injections for menopausal women). There is also criolipolysis (fat treatment to reduce fat clusters), with very interesting results: it is an alternative to liposuction for both young and older women. Even if it is more complicated after 60 years, because the skin relaxes.

What are the most popular operations according to age?

In young people, rhinoplasty and breast augmentation are the most frequently used. Young girls generally wait 18-19 years. In children, it is the operation of the detached ears: one begins this intervention as from 8 years.

Source: Propos recueillis par

Contribution of Aesthetic Surgery, E. MAHE, S. POIGNONEC, J. SOUDANT, G. LAMAS, Les mono graphies du CCA Wagram, Edition 1999 – Paris.

C. BEAUVILLAIN de Montreuil, J.P BESSEDE JP. BENEOTE, Chapter Lasers and Skin Neoplasms. French Society of ENT and Face and Neck Surgery. Edition 2002.

J.P BESSEDE Masson 2003. Chapter atrophic scars and lipofilling. p. 37, 35, 36, 37.

Rejuvenation beautification, Concept and Practice J. SANTINI, D. KRASTINOVA, LOLOV, 1999 – Report Société Française d’ORL et de Chirurgie de la Face et du Cou, Chapter : « la région péri-buccale » « les blépharoplasties esthétiques »

Books on aesthetic surgery-Author and co-author dr. Sylvie POIGNONEC-
« Faut-il être beau pour réussir? » Chirurgie esthétique et image de Soi
Auteur et chirurgien esthétique plastique et reconstructriceDr. Sylvie POIGNONEC co-written with Marie-Pierre SAMITIER, health journalist at France 2 © Boîte À Pandore Editions | 2015
« La Chirurgie esthétique pour mon bien-être » DR. SYLVIE POIGNONEC
« La Chirurgie esthétique »
Solutions et conseils de mon chirurgien
Plastic and reconstructive plastic surgeon and author
Dr. Sylvie POIGNONEC © Edition Ambre | 2013
Chirurgie plastique esthétique Maxillo Faciale
« Chirurgie plastique esthétique de la face et du cou »
Volume 2

Book that has benefited from the contribution of Dr. Sylvie POIGNONEC : © Elsevier Masson Edition | 2012
« Regard et Paupières »
Contribution of Aesthetic Surgery

Édouard MAHÉ, Sylvie POIGNONEC – Contributions from Jacques SOUDANT, Georges LAMAS
Collection : © Les monographies du CCA Wagram
| 1999

The body, its cult, its beauty

The body has today become a means of communication. It’s us, it’s about us.

In an image society that devours fashion icons and stars for a moment, the way others look at us reassures us about ourselves.

Plastic surgery has therefore become a familiar way to regain confidence and self-esteem. The body is the object of a true cult and it seems that it is necessary to be beautiful to succeed.