ISAPS Journal

ISAPS Journal

The Official Journal of the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery.

Aesthetic Plastic Surgery provides a forum for original articles advancing the art of aesthetic plastic surgery. Many describe surgical craftsmanship; others deal with complications in surgical procedures and methods by which to treat or avoid them. Coverage includes "second thoughts" on established techniques, which might be abandoned, modified, or improved. Also included are case histories; improvements in surgical instruments, pharmaceuticals, and operating room equipment; and discussions of problems such as the role of psychosocial factors in the doctor-patient and the patient-public interrelationships.

Perhaps most important is the discussion of the role of aesthetic plastic surgery as the final step in the rehabilitation of patients undergoing longstanding and tedious reconstructive surgery for the repair of congenital, acquired, accidental, and neoplastic defects.

Aesthetic Plastic Surgery is covered in Current Contents/Clinical Medicine, SciSearch, Research Alert, Index Medicus-Medline, and Excerpta Medica/Embase.

Helpful Links:

Click one of the following links:

Online First Articles

Current issue

Free Most Downloaded Documents

Abstracted / Indexed In:

  • Science Citation Index Expanded (SciSearch)
  • CSA
  • INIS Atomindex
  • Journal Citation Reports/Science Edition
  • Academic OneFile
  • Mosby yearbooks
  • PubMed/Medline
  • Current Abstracts
  • OCLC
  • SCOPUS
  • Current Contents/Clinical Medicine
  • SCImago
  • EMBASE
  • Expanded Academic
  • Summon by Serial Solutions
  • Google Scholar
  • Health Reference Center Academic
  • EBSCO
  • Index Copernicus

Already a Member? Login

  • Cheek and Chin Procedures

    A full facelift is one of the best ways to turn back the clock and take off years from your appearance. But if you want to focus on enhancing your cheeks and chin, you have several options instead of … more

  • Eye, Brow and Forehead Procedures

    There’s a saying that “the eyes are the windows to the soul.” But if sagging eyelids or forehead creases are getting in the way, others may not be able to appreciate your most … more

  • Instagram, Twitter and YouTube 101 for Doctors

    Perhaps you’ve already mastered the use of Facebook as a tool for marketing your practice. Or perhaps you don’t want to use Facebook at all, and want to explore other outlets. Fortunately, … more