Wang Xia

Published:2010-08-12   Views:364  From:Peking University Third Hospital

Excerpt:Professor, Chief Surgeon and Supervisor for Master Student

Wang Xia

Name: Wang Xia

Gender: male

Professional Title: Professor, Chief Surgeon and Supervisor for Master Student

Add: Dept of Plastic Surgery, Peking University Third Hospital, No. 49 North Garden Rd., Haidian District, Beijing, P.R. China

Tels: (010)82267340,82266699-8299

Cell: 13910229959

E-mail: wangxia2671@sina.com

Website: www.bjwangxia.com

Outpatient Service at PUTH: Wednesday afternoon

Educational Background and Occupational History:

Prof. Wang graduated from the Dept of Medicine of Beijing Medical University and was award bachelor degree of medicine. He has been practicing in the University’s Third Hospital (now PUTH) since his graduation. Later, he gained master and doctor degree and received professional and standard training in plastic and aesthetic surgery as resident surgeon, attending surgeon, associate chief surgeon and chief surgeon.

Prof. Wang was a post-doc in the department of plastic surgery of Washington University Medical Center from Sep 1991 to Sep 1994.

Current Positions:

Professor of Peking University, Clinical Professor of PUTH and Supervisor for Master Student

Memberships in Professional Societies:

Vice-chair, Committee for Medical Cosmetology, Chinese Association of Integrative Medicine

Member of Standing Committee, Branch Society of Plastic Surgery, Chinese Medical Association

Member of Editorial Board, Chinese Journal of Plastic Surgery

Vice-chair, Committee for Medical Aesthetics, Dept of Personnel Exchange, China Association for Science and Technology

Professional Specialties:

Prominent mandibular angle Reduction:

Prof. Wang is a highly recognized expert in prominent mandibular angle reduction and has done penetrating studies on all types of facial forms and mandibular angles. Based on his studies, he has designed corresponding operations for each type. The postoperative care is standard and scientific. The incision is in the mouth so the operation will not leave any scar. The surgical outcome is satisfying. Prof. Wang has published over ten relevant articles on Chinese core journals and he has represented his researching results in many domestic and international academic conferences, which are praised by peers and experts.

Selected Publications

1. Measurement of mandibular bone and angle in Chinese people

2. New operation for correcting prominent mandibular angle

3. Osteotomy for correcting broad lower face

4. Classification of the types of prominent mandibular angles and related surgical plans

5. Preoperative examination and postoperative care of mandibular angel reduction and

6. Complications of mandibular angle reduction and relevant solutions

7. The different types of mandible in Chinese people and western people: a comparative study

8. Psychological Analysis on the aesthetics of Chinese people for mandible

9. The merits and drawbacks of mandibular angle reduction with intraoral approach and skin incision approach: a comparative study

10. Analysis on the proportional relation between broad mandibular angle and zygoma

The Strengths of Prominent Mandibular Reduction in Our Hospital

1. The incision is in the mouth and the operation will not leave any surface scar.

2. The surgeons have been practicing for many years and have done thousands cases of operations

3. The operation time is usually one hour from the beginning to the end. The edema after the operation is slight and the client can recover quickly.

4. We design different methods of bone reduction according client’s facial form and type of mandibular angle. The osteotomy is precise and the facial form can be changed obviously.

5. The surgeons can excise bone in the mandibular angle and margin, which has good improved effect on big face, long face and square face caused by broad mandible. This surgery can make the face look smaller and more elegant.

6. If intraoral osteotomy is combined with the reduction of hypertrophic masseter muscle and the reduction of buccal fat, the surgical result will be better.

7. Declined or asymmetry mandible can also be corrected by this surgery.

8. Preoperative examination is customized and we design surgical plan for each client according to his or her facial characteristics.

9. Complete medication and nursing care is available after the operation.

Selected Publications:

Wang Xia, Xia Jia-liu, Wang Da-mei. The new concept of the cutaneous vascular framework in the leg. Chinese Journal of Plastic Surgery. 1996, 12 (5): 330-332

Wang Xia. New Technique for Separating Visual cell layer. Chinese Journal of Ophthalmology. 1996, 32 (4): 304-305

Wang Xia, Li Jian-ning, Ma Yong-guang, et al. THE NASOLACRIMAL DUCT RECONSTRUCTION WITH FREE SKIN TRANSPLANTATION. Journal of Beijing Medical University. 1998, 30 (3): 267-269

Wang Xia, Li Jian-ning, Ma Yong-guang, et al. Angle splitting ostectomy with the partial masseter and buccal fat pad excision for reducing the width of the lower face. Chinese Journal of Medical Aesthetics and Cosmetology. 1998, 12 (4): 169-172

Wang Xia, Li Jian-ning, Ma Yong-guang, et al. Measurement of mandibular angle protrusion and semi-blind amputation of hypertrophied mandibular angle with the help of a pre-made mold. Chinese Journal of Plastic Surgery. 1998, 14 (3): 166-168

Wang Xia, Wang Da-mei, Ma Yong-guang, et al. A modified operation for orbital hypertelorism and the measurement of interorbital distance. Chinese Journal of Plastic Surgery. 2001, 17 (3): 138-140

Wang Xia, Li Jian-ning, Chen Yu-zhe, et al. The surgery for dislocation of periorbital bone and the eyeball. Chinese Journal of Plastic Surgery. 2001, 17 (3): 138-140

Wang Xia, Wang Da-mei, Ma Yong-guang, et al. A modified operation for orbital hypertelorism and the measurement of interorbital distance. Chinese Journal of Plastic Surgery. 2001, 17 (3): 138-140

Wang Xia, Chen Yu-zhe, Qin Rong-sheng, et al. Osteotomy and the application of the medpor porous polyethylene flexblock implant in the craniofacial surgery. Chinese Journal of Medical Aesthetics and Cosmetology. 2001, 7 (2): 66-68

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