Recent Publications

Dr. Pearson has written numerous scientific papers and textbook chapters and has been invited to present his work at national and international specialty meetings. Below is a selection of recent publications by Dr. James M. Pearson.

recent publications by Dr. James M. Pearson

recent publications by Dr. James M. Pearson

Selection of Dr. Pearson’s Recent Publications

Advanced Therapy in Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery: Nasal Grafts and Implants

67 chapters covering the full spectrum of facial plastic and reconstructive surgery each written by a nationally recognized facial plastic surgeon detailing their own clinical techniques and practices. Each chapter is generously illustrated with superb clinical and surgical photos and numerous detailed case study photos. This text will be of great value to both experienced surgeons and as a teaching tool for resident level physicians. Comprehensive coverage of the following sections: Fundamentals — including wound healing, anatomy and physiology of the skin, clinical photography, suture materials and techniques, facial incisions/excisions and anesthesia. Correction of Congenital Abnormalities. Aesthetic and Functional Rhinoplasty — 13 chapters including the Asian nose and African-American Nose. Facial Aesthetic Surgery — all cosmetic procedures with the latest techniques in Hair Restoration. Adjunctive Aesthetic Facial Techniques –including laser, dermabrasion, chemical peels, and injections. Reconstructive Surgery melanomas, cutaneous malignancies, nasal defects, keloid scars, tissue expansion, skin grafts, flaps, and scar revision and camouflage surgery.

Master Techniques in Rhinoplasty: The Underprojected Nose and Ptotic Tip

The book is a concise yet comprehensive, multi-authored, multi-specialty surgical text and video atlas that provides all the guidance you need to get the best outcomes in rhinoplasty. Babak Azizzadeh, MD, FACS and other leading experts guide you through both open and endonasal primary and secondary rhinoplasty techniques with the use of step-by-step procedures, color line drawings, intraoperative photographs, and narrated videos on DVD.

    • Expertly perform the latest open and endonasal techniques for both primary and revision rhinoplasty and give your patients the outstanding results they demand.
    • Choose the most promising approach based on multiple expert viewpoints on the advantages and disadvantages of each approach.
    • Review history, personal philosophy, anatomy, preoperative analysis, technique, and postoperative care, and complication avoidance for each procedure – all the information you need to get the best outcomes.
    • Master the nuances of each new technique through step-by-step instructions and beautiful, detailed line drawings and intraoperative photographs.
    • Watch master surgeons perform techniques in narrated videos on the included DVD.
    • Tap into the experience and expertise of leading reconstructive and cosmetic plastic surgeons.

Facial Plastic Surgery Clinics of North America – Facial ImplantsNasal Implants

In this issue on facial implants, expert surgeons and educators discuss their approach to achieve successful natural results that are reliable, predictable, and with minimal complications. Authors are expert surgeons and educators, innovators in the field of implantation. Experts discuss alloplastic implants, midface augmentation, submalar implant, along with some discussion of the role of injectable fillers. Various approaches and differing views on similar procedures are presented for the reader to evaluate. The discussions take place within the concept of beauty being directly related to the bone and the fat in the face forming the architecture of the face and the way in which facial implants provide augmentation of the soft tissue and skeletal foundation through support, elevation and replacement of lost volume.

Facial Plastic Surgery: Management of the Aging Nose

Facial Plastic Surgery: Aesthetic and Functional Management of Eyelid and Orbital Reconstruction

Grabb’s Encyclopedia of Flaps: Volume I: Head and Neck

Local Mucosal Flaps for Closure of Septal Perforations

Now in its thoroughly updated Third Edition, this classic work is the most comprehensive reference ever published on surgical flaps for reconstructing defects in the head and neck. In clearly organized chapters, internationally recognized surgeons describe and illustrate every clinically proven flap option available for repairing every routine and unusual defect. Complementing the text are hundreds of clinical photographs and diagrams of anatomy, blood supply, flap design, and operative procedures.

The Third Edition features new chapters by the original experts who have made landmark contributions to the recent literature. Many chapters from the previous edition have been completely revised. Wherever appropriate, the editors have added editorial comments to guide the reader in selection of flaps.

The volume is extensively indexed and organized by anatomic region, and chapters follow a uniform format that clearly presents all the information needed on each flap—indications, anatomy, blood supply, surgical techniques, complications, safeguards to keep in mind, and advantages and disadvantages of the flap. From this remarkably complete collection of clinical information, surgeons can select with confidence the best flap for safe, predictable, and aesthetically acceptable results

Advanced Therapy in Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery: Local and Regional Flap Reconstruction

67 chapters covering the full spectrum of facial plastic and reconstructive surgery each written by a nationally recognized facial plastic surgeon detailing their own clinical techniques and practices. Each chapter is generously illustrated with superb clinical and surgical photos and numerous detailed case study photos. This text will be of great value to both experienced surgeons and as a teaching tool for resident level physicians. Comprehensive coverage of the following sections: Fundamentals — including wound healing, anatomy and physiology of the skin, clinical photography, suture materials and techniques, facial incisions/excisions and anesthesia. Correction of Congenital Abnormalities. Aesthetic and Functional Rhinoplasty — 13 chapters including the Asian nose and African-American Nose. Facial Aesthetic Surgery — all cosmetic procedures with the latest techniques in Hair Restoration. Adjunctive Aesthetic Facial Techniques –including laser, dermabrasion, chemical peels, and injections. Reconstructive Surgery melanomas, cutaneous malignancies, nasal defects, keloid scars, tissue expansion, skin grafts, flaps, and scar revision and camouflage surgery.