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  • April 2021; Miami, FL

    April 2021; Miami, FL; 4th Annual Global Aesthetics Conference; Dr. Gordon is invited faculty and speaker, presenting Revision Rhytidectomy, Deep Plane Rhytidectomy advancements and Browlift advancements.

  • April 2021; Sao Paulo, Brazil

    April 2021; Sao Paulo, Brazil – International Deep-Plane Rhytidectomy Conference, Sao Paulo University; Dr. Gordon is invited as the sole speaker in this conference.  It will include a full day of lectures, a cadaver course and a live surgery, both attended and broadcast internationally.

  • March 2021; Davos, Switzerland

    March 2021; Davos, Switzerland; European Ski Meeting- World Experts Teaching the Young Generation; Dr. Gordon is invited to give lectures in facial rejuvenation; specifically, on his advancements in deep-plane rhytidectomy and forehead rejuvenation.

  • February 2021; Miami, Florida

    February 2021; Miami, Florida; 2nd Annual Miami Cosmetic Surgery & Aesthetic Dermatology; Dr. Gordon was specially invited to be the guest speaker and gi  ve one of the main surgical lectures, “Pearls: From 24 years of Deep-Plane Rhytidectomy”.

  • Duration of Anesthesia as an Indicator of Morbidity and Mortality in Office-Based Facial Plastic Surgery

    Gordon MD, Neil A., “Duration of Anesthesia as an Indicator of Morbidity and Mortality in Office-Based Facial Plastic Surgery: Prospective Analysis of 4300 Consecutive Cases.”   This is an update of Dr. Gordon’s ground-breaking patient safety paper that led to Dr. Gordon being named the first Chairman of patient safety for the AAFPRS. (In preparation)

  • “The Submandibular Gland and the Aging Neck: A Longitudinal Volumetric Study.”

    Gordon MD, Neil A.,  Study showing the changes in a deep neck salivary gland that has been a difficult issue to treat in facial aging.  (Paper submitted for publication)

  • “The Aging Parotid Gland, a Longitudinal Volumetric Study and Implications for Treatment.”

    Gordon MD, Neil A., Study showed how the parotid salivary gland contributes to aged face appearance.  (Accepted for publication and presentation)

  • “The Aging Neck: A Longitudinal Study of Factors Affecting Ptosis of the Submandibular Gland.”

    Gordon MD, Neil A., Study to define the causes of deep neck changes in the necks that have been very difficult to treat.  (Paper accepted for presentation at annual AAFPRS conference)

  • November 2020; Webinar – Yale School of Medicine

    November 2020; Webinar – Yale School of Medicine; As Director of Head and Neck Aesthetic Surgery and Coordinator of Residency Education in Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Dr. Gordon will give his yearly curriculum lectures in concepts in aesthetics, rhinoplasty and facial rejuvenation.

  • September 2020; Boston, MA

    September 2020; Boston, MA; American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Annual Conference; Dr. Gordon was invited faculty and is the moderator of the prestigious panel for Facelifting controversies; and will be giving the lead lecture on Advanced Deep Plane Rhytidectomy.  He will also be giving the lecture “Word of Mouth” as a main academic lecture.  Meeting changed to virtual.

  • July 2020; National Webinar

    July 2020; National WebinarAmerican Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery; Dr. Gordon was invited to give “Illusion of Volume Loss/ Etiology of Aging” & “Advanced Deep Plane Rhytidectomy: Modifications and Nuances”.

  • July 2020; International Webinar; India

    July 2020; International Webinar; India; Indian Facial Plastic Surgeons; Dr. Gordon was invited to give “Illusion of Volume Loss/ Etiology of Aging” & “Advanced Deep Plane Rhytidectomy: Modifications and Nuances”

  • May 2020; International Webinar; Sao Paulo

    May 2020; International Webinar; Sao Paulo University, Brazil; Brazilian Society of Facial plastic Surgeons, Canadian Society of Facial Plastic Surgeons and South African Society of Facial Plastic Surgeons. Dr. Gordon was invited to give “Illusion of Volume Loss/ Etiology of Aging” & “Advanced Deep Plane Rhytidectomy:  Modifications and Nuances”.

  • May 2020; International Webinar; Bogota, Colombia

    May 2020; International Webinar; Bogota, Colombia; Facialis Society; Dr. Gordon was invited to give “Illusion of Volume Loss/ Etiology of Aging” & “Advanced Deep Plane Rhytidectomy: Modifications and Nuances”.

  • February 2020; Miami, FL

    February 2020; Miami, FL; Miami Cosmetic Surgery & Aesthetic Dermatology; Dr. Gordon was specially invited to be a guest speaker and gave one of the main surgical lectures, “Pearls: From 24 years of Deep-Plane Rhytidectomy.”

  • Book scheduled for publication Fall 2020

    Gordon MD, Neil A., Deep Plane Rhytidectomy to the Vertical Platysma Advancement – Controversies in Facelifting. (Book)  Dr. Gordon invited as expert and wrote the only chapter on deep-plane facelifting and his advancements to created more sophisticated technique the vertical platysma advancement.  (Book scheduled for publication Fall 2020)

  • Aesthetic Surgery Journal – May 2020

    Gordon MD, Neil A., Deep Cheek Fat Volumes and Midface Aging.  Aesthetic Surgery Journal.  First study that proves that deep facial fat is not lost during the aging process and supports soft tissue redundancy as the main issue in facial aging.  May 2020

  • October 2019; Miami, FL

    October 2019; Miami, FL; Global Aesthetics Conference; Dr. Gordon was invited faculty and speaker presenting Revision Rhytidectomy, Deep Plane Rhytidectomy advancements and Browlift advancements.

  • October 2019; San Diego, CA

    October 2019; San Diego, CA; American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Annual Conference; Dr. Gordon was invited faculty and was the opening lecturer presenting sessions including, Advanced Deep Plane Rhytidectomy and Revision Rhytidectomy.

  • September 2019; Amsterdam, Netherlands

    September 2019; Amsterdam, Netherlands; Annual Meeting of the European Academy of Facial Plastic Surgery; Dr. Gordon was invited faculty and was on the prestigious facelift panel, presenting his world leading experience and modifications in Advanced Deep Plane Rhytidectomy (facelifting).  He also gave presentations on advanced forehead treatment, emphasizing that treating the Forehead is not about raising eyebrows.

  • September 2019; Sydney, Australia

    September 2019; Sydney, Australia;  The Second Multi-Disciplinary Symposium on Face and Facial Rejuvenation; The Australian Academy of Facial Plastic Surgery & Australian Society of Plastic Surgeons; Dr. Gordon was the keynote speaker and distinguished faculty at the global facial rejuvenation symposium featuring the 5 world leaders in facelifting.  In addition to his presentation and cadaver demonstration on his advancement of the deep-plane rhytidectomy to the vertical platysma advancement, Dr. Gordon gave 5 additional lectures on topics highlighting his world leading experience in deep-plane facelifts, revisions facelifts, “The Illusion of Volume Loss” and the vertical galea advancements, his forehead procedure.

  • June 2019; Las Vegas, NV

    June 2019; Las Vegas, NV; 15th Annual Vegas Cosmetic Surgery Symposium; Dr. Gordon was invited faculty speaker and gave the Masters Session on his facelift innovation and research, Volumization by Reduction and Advancing the Deep-Plane Facelift to the Vertical Platysma Advancement. He also gave the main lecture on Revision Rhytidectomy, and Vertical Galea Advancement, a new technique he developed in addressing the forehead.

  • April 2019; New Haven, CT

    April 2019; New Haven, CT; Yale School of Medicine; As Director of Head and Neck Aesthetic Surgery and Coordinator of Residency Education in Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Dr. Gordon gave his yearly curriculum lectures in concepts in aesthetics, rhinoplasty and facial rejuvenation.

  • Facial Plastic Clinics North America – November 2019

    Gordon MD, Neil A., Neck Complications. Revision Facial Plastic Surgery, Correcting Bad Results.  Facial Plastic Clinics North America.  In recognition of Dr. Gordon being the impetus for the TV show “Botched”, Dr. Gordon contributed the portion on neck complications and the problems created by “minimally invasive techniques”.  November 2019

  • November 2018 Miami, FL

    November 2018 Miami, FL; International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons/24th Congress;  Dr. Gordon was one of a select few facial plastic surgeons to ever be invited as Faculty to present his advanced deep-plane rhytidectomy technique and its evolution to the “Vertical Platysma Advancement”.

  • October 2018; Dallas, TX

    October 2018; Dallas, TX; 12th International Symposium/American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Annual Conference; Dr. Gordon was invited faculty and the opening conference lecturer, presentation speeches included, Advanced Deep Plane Rhytidectomy and Revision Rhytidectomy.

  • September 2018; St Louis, MO

    September 2018; St Louis, MO; Advanced Techniques in Facial Plastic Surgery:  In Depth with the Masters; St. Louis University;  As Distinguished Faculty, Dr. Gordon was one of 4 speakers presenting his advanced deep-plane rhytidectomy technique and its nuances and modifications over his decade’s long experience.  He was also the main cadaver dissector, demonstrating his technique to an international audience.

  • September 2018; Regensburg, Germany

    September 2018; Regensburg, Germany; Annual Meeting of the European Academy of Facial Plastic Surgery; Dr. Gordon was invited faculty and on the prestigious facelift panel, presenting his world leading experience and modifications in Advanced Deep Plane Rhytidectomy (facelifting). He also presented his published research disproving volume loss as the cause of facial aging in the “Illusion of Volume Loss”.

  • April 2018 Chicago

    April 2018 Chicago, IL; Facial Rejuvenation:  Master the Techniques, Biannual Conference; American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery; Dr. Gordon was honored to be asked to give the only conference presentation on the ‘Deep-Plane Rhytidectomy’.  In addition, Dr. Gordon spoke on two expert panels on facelifting and practice management.

  • Aesthetic  Surgery Journal – June 2018

    Gordon MD, Neil A., Superficial Cheek Fat Volumes and Midface Aging.  Aesthetic  Surgery Journal.  First study to prove that superficial facial fat is not lost during the aging process and supports soft tissue redundancy as the three main issues in facial aging.  June 2018

  • JAMA/ Facial Plastic Surgery – Sept 2017

    Gordon MD, Neil A., Patterns of Change in Facial Skeletal Aging. JAMA/ Facial Plastic Surgery.  A ground breaking study and the first to show how the facial skeleton ages on the same person over time.  Sept 2017; Vol 19. No 5: 413-417

  • “The Deep-Plane Facelift” – Book

    Gordon, N.A., “The Deep-Plane Facelift”. An Analytically Approach to Facelifts and Neck Lifts. Expert Techniques”. (Book)  Dr. Gordon was honored to be invited and wrote the only chapter on deep-plane facelifting as the leading expert in the technique. (In Publication)

  • The Illusion of Volume Loss – Jan 2015

    Gordon, N.A., The Illusion of Volume LossFACIAL PLASTIC SURGERY.   A ground breaking paper and the first to show that the claims of facial fat/volume loss are scientifically wrong and are just an illusion.  Jan 2015; Vol. 31, No. 1:80-7

  • Facial Plastic Clinics North America – May 2014

    Gordon, N.A., Deep Plane Face Lifting for Neck RejuvenationFacial Plastic Clinics North AmericaDr. Gordon invited and wrote the chapter on how the deep-plane technique is the best approach to treat aging face neck changes. May 2014; Vol. 22, No. 2: 269-84

  • Special Monograph –  2014

    Gordon, N.A., Deep Plane Face Lifting for Facial RejuvenationSpecial Monograph.  FACIAL PLASTIC SURGERY.   A special book publication from experts on advances in the field of facial rejuvenation.  2014. 30:394-404

  • Plastic Clinics North America – January, 2015

    Gordon, N.A., Deep Plane Face Lifting for Midface RejuvenationPlastic Clinics North America.  (Book)  Dr. Gordon invited by the competing specialty to write in their literature.  He wrote the chapter on deep-plane facelifting as the optimal choice for midface rejuvenation.   January, 2015. Vol 42; No 1:129-142

  • Addicus Books 2013

    Gordon, N.A., Lift: Personal Journey’s in Facial Plastic Surgery.  Dr. Gordon invited and wrote his perspective on facial rejuvenation surgery advances.  Addicus Books 2013

  • Thieme Publications, New York, NY 2010

    Gordon, N.A., “Complications and Sequelae of Rejuvenation Surgery of The Neck”.  Rejuvenation of the Aging Neck.  (Book)  Dr. Gordon invited and wrote chapter on neck surgery complications as he is well known for revision facial plastic surgery.  Thieme Publications, New York, NY 2010

  • Addicus Books, Omaha, NE; Feb 2007

    Gordon, N.A., Your Complete Guide To Facial Rejuvenation.  (Book)  Consumer book; Dr. Gordon edited and wrote multiple chapters on Facelifts, forehead lifts, eyelifts, anesthesia and choosing a surgeon.  Addicus Books, Omaha, NE; Feb 2007

  • Duration Of Anesthesia As An Indicator Of Morbidity And Mortality In Office-Based Facial Plastic Surgery

    Gordon, N.A., Ground-breaking paper on patient safety.  Dr. Gordon was the first to publish a study scientifically showing that surgery on the face of longer duration does not create health risks and how it can be performed safely.  This paper was used to create the new patient safety initiative and Dr. Gordon was nominated to be the first Chairman of Patient Safety for the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons.  ARCHIVES OF FACIAL PLASTIC AND RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERY 2006; Vol. 8: No. 1: 1-7

  • September 2016

    Dr. Gordon accepted an invitation to be a guest speaker and present his internationally acclaimed advancement, the Vertical Platysma Advancement, technique in facelifting at the 13th annual International Multi-Specialty Cosmetic Symposium in Las Vegas in June 2017.

  • September 2016

    Dr, Gordon, as Director of Head and Neck Aesthetic Surgery, presented the curriculum he developed for the residents and medical students at the annual Yale Curriculum lectures on Facial Aesthetics, Rhinoplasty and Facial Rejuvenation to the Yale School of Medicine. This is Dr. Gordon’s 13th year developing and presenting these lectures.

  • April 2016

    Dr. Gordon has been invited to present the “The Illusion of Volume Loss”, as well as be an expert panelist on Difficult Facelift Case panel; at the Annual AAFPRS (American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery) in Nashville, TN in October 2016.

  • March 2016

    Dr. Gordon presented “The Illusion of Volume Loss in Aging”, “The Deep-Plane Facelift as the Solution for the Aging Neck” and was on the panel of experts on Facelifting issues at the Master’s Seminar at the International Conference on Aging Face in Beverly Hills, CA.

  • March 2016

    Dr. Gordon’s chapter “The Deep-Plane Rhytidectomy” was submitted for publication in the upcoming book, An Analytical Approach to Facelifts and Neck Lifts; Expert Techniques in Facial Plastic Surgery.

  • February 2016

    Dr. Gordon has accepted the prestigious invitation to be Keynote Speaker at the Global Conference on Facial Rejuvenation in Sydney, Australia in November 2016. Dr. Gordon will be presenting his internationally acclaimed advancement, the Vertical Platysma Advancement, technique in facelifting; as well as speak on Revision Facelifts procedures and be the international guest on many expert Facial rejuvenation panels.

  • January 2016

    Dr. Gordon’s chapter “The Illusion of Volume Loss in Facial Aging”, was published in Clinics in Facial Plastic Surgery

  • February 2016

    Dr. Gordon has accepted an invitation to present at the Master’s Seminar at the International Conference on Aging Face in Beverly Hills, CA.

  • October 2015

    Dr. Gordon has accepted an invitation to present at the Master’s Seminar at the Annual AAFPRS (American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery) in Dallas, TX

  • June 10-14, 2015

    Dr. Gordon will be presenting the prestigious Master’s Seminar, “Deep-Plane Rhytidectomy. Modifications, Nuances and Observations from a 20 Year Experience” and “The Illusion of Volume Loss in Aging” at the Annual Multi-Specialty Conference on Cosmetic Surgery in Las Vegas, NV. Dr. Gordon will also be moderating a scientific paper session.

  • April 2015

    Dr. Gordon’s study on Duration of Anesthesia as an Indicator of Morbidity and Mortality in Office-Based Facial Plastic Surgery: A Review of 3,400 Consecutive Cases was presented at the Annual COSM Meeting in Boston, MA

  • April 2015

    Dr. Gordon’s ground-breaking study on the Evidence of Facial Skeletal Aging was also presented at the Annual COSM Meeting in Boston, MA

  • March 12, 2015

    Dr. Gordon presented “Current Concepts in Facial Rejuvenation” at Columbia University School of Medicine Resident Grand Rounds.

  • January 2015

    Dr. Gordon’s chapter, “The Illusion of Volume Loss in Facial Aging” was published in Facial Plastic Clinics North America.

  • January 2015

    Dr. Gordon’s chapter, “Deep Plane Face Lifting for Midface Rejuvenation” was published in Facial Clinics North America.

  • 2014

    Dr. Gordon published “Deep Plane Face Lifting for Facial Rejuvenation. Special Monograph” in Facial Plastic Surgery.

  • October 29, 2014

    Dr. Gordon presented “Facial Rejuvenation”, Yale University School of Medicine Section of Otolaryngology Resident Grand Rounds.

  • October 29, 2014

    Dr, Gordon presented “Facial Aesthetics”, Yale University School of Medicine Section of Otolaryngology Resident Grand Rounds.

  • May 2014

    Dr. Gordon’s chapter “Deep Plane Face Lifting for Neck Rejuvenation” was published in Facial Plastic Clinics of North America.

  • 2013

    Dr. Gordon’s, Contributing Author, “Lift: Personal Journey’s in Facial Plastic Surgery”, Mendolsohn, J. editor; Addicus Books 2015.

  • September 2012

    Dr. Gordon’s study, “Therapeutic Dilemmas in a Case of Suspected Biofilm Suprainfection after Facial Filler Injections: An Emerging Problem” was presented a tthe Annual AAFPRS (American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery) meeting in Washington, DC.