Dr. Patrick Baraf

Why Not? A Youngsters Facelift

Aging has been widely described as the effect of gravity but is more the degradation of biological functions in the living organism. But what if aging was based on the idea that someone was simply not satisfied with their face...

/ 15 May 2018
Dr. Cornette de Saint Cyr

Shortening of Elongated Upper Lip: Beautiful & Younger Mouth & Smile

The mouth is an organ of communication, but also has an air of seduction and sexuality. As the aging process takes over, the upper lip can suffer from lengthening, thinning, wrinkles, or atrophy among other things. An upper lip is...

/ 15 May 2018

La formation continue des médecins africains au cœur du partenariat signé entre Invivox et Tech Care for All

Face au déficit de médecins formés en Afrique – le Mali compte ainsi 12 dermatologues pour 15 millions d’habitants, la formation des professionnels de santé locaux est une clé de l’amélioration de la santé dans les pays du Sud. Sur...

/ 21 March 2018
Dr. Chastanet and Dr. Pittaluga

ASVAL Method: an innovative procedure for varicose veins treatment?

How do you see the future of Varicose Veins surgery? Traditionally, the saphenous vein has always been considered as the origin of the varicose disease since it is affected first (dilation and reflux). Then, the disease spreads from the saphenous...

Gastric mucosal devitalization (GMD): New weight loss therapy

A new study by Prof. Vivek Kumbhari and his team shows a potentially new weight loss method: targeting the gastric mucosa with GMD. The gastric mucosa is an endocrine organ that regulates satiation pathways by expression of orexigenic and anorexigenic...

/ 22 February 2018

Transcatheter implantation of aortic valves (TAVI)

Fifteen years ago, the technique of transcatheter implantation of aortic valves (TAVI) was born. After many years of research, we could perform the first ever TAVI case in Rouen in 2002. This innovative technology has opened a revolutionary, less invasive way of...

/ 7 February 2018
Congenital facial palsy

Treatment of facial paralysis (Moebius syndrome) : a rare operation brings a smile back to children

Moebius syndrome is a rare facial paralysis disorder characterized by weakness or paralysis (palsy) of multiple cranial nerves, most often the 6th (abducens) and 7th (facial) nerves. Other cranial nerves are sometimes affected. The disorder is present at birth (congenital)....

/ 19 December 2017

Pr Alain Cribier, Laureate of the Lefoulon-Delalande Foundation Prize

On Wednesday June 7, The Institut de France Foundations Grand Prizes took place in Paris. In front of an assembly of Academicians, this solemn session rewarded several French scientists for their research that contributed to global health. This year’s Scientific...

/ 16 June 2017

Ultrasonic Rhinoplasty : A revolution for patients

The nose is the only body part that is absolutely impossible to hide… even the slightest imperfection can send patients running to the plastic surgeon’s office! According to docshop.com, nose reshaping is among the five most popular plastic surgery procedures...

/ 22 May 2017

Mastering Robotic Surgery: Are We Smarter than Robots?

The market for robotics has been booming in the last few years. In 2009, the field of service robotics brought in 2.3 billion dollars in revenue; in 2016, 17 billion! Medical robotics, which includes robotic surgery, makes up nearly half...

/ 18 May 2017