About The practitioner
- Louisiana State University School of Medicine in New Orleans (2004 - 2008)
- Residency Certificate
- University of Tennessee Health Sciences Center (2008 - 2013)
- Head & Neck Surgery/ Otolaryngology
- Completed residency in Head & Neck Surgery/ Otolaryngology, which had particular emphasis on Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery.
- American Academy of Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery (2013 - 2014)
- Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery
- Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery fellowship with particular emphasis on cosmetic plastic surgery of the head and neck.
- Submental Muscular Medialization and Suspension
- Langsdon PR, Velargo PA, Rodwell DW 3rd, Denys D - [ Aesthetic Surgery Journal ][ August - 2013 ]
This article describes our novel technique of treating the aging neck -- Submental Muscular Medialization and Suspension (SMMS). Results are reliable and long-lasting as evidenced by our patient series.
- Surgical Manipulation of the Periorbital Musculature
- Langsdon PR, Velargo PA, Rodwell DW - [ The Clinics of Plastics Surgery ][ January - 2013 ]
This article presents a review of the contribution of the periorbital musculature and brow depressors to the overall brow aesthetics. Special focus is given to the role of transblepharoplasty brow lift as well as myotomy of the corrugator and procerus muscles. The authors' preferred surgical technique and patient results are reviewed in detail.
- Latest Chemical Peel Innovations: The Enhanced Superficial Chemical Peel
- Langsdon PR, Velargo PA, Rodwell DW - [ Haut ][ October - 2012 ]
- Latest Chemical Peel Innovations
- Langsdon PR, Rodwell DW, Velargo PA, et. al. - [ Facial Plastic Surgery Clinics of North America ][ May - 2012 ]
For decades, chemical peels have remained a trusted option for treatment of aging facial skin. However, emerging technologies are being adopted by many practitioners who may not have had sufficient opportunity to learn the art of chemical peeling. Properly performed peels can improve the condition of the skin, are less expensive than light-based machines, and exfoliate the skin without the thermal damage associated with light-based machines. This article presents a new variation of a trusted method, using a series of low-strength trichloroacetic acid peels and proper skin preparation that is cost-effective and produces excellent results in selected patients.
- Management of the Paralyzed Brow, Chapter 7. In: Facial Paralysis: A Comprehensive Rehabilitative Approach
- Fedok FG, Velargo PA, et. al. - [ Plural Publishing ][ November - 2014 ]
- Superficial Chemical Peels, Chapter 5. Enhanced Superficial Chemical Peel, Video 5.1. In: Minimally Invasive and Office-Based Procedures in Facial Plastic Surgery
- Langsdon PR, Rodwell DW, Velargo PA, et. al. - [ Thieme Medical Publishers ][ July - 2013 ]