Xie Hong-bin

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Excerpt:Associate Professor of Surgery

Xie Hong-bin

Name: Xie Hong-bin

Professional Title: Associate Professor of Surgery

Cell: 13311184979

E-mail: cs4811@yahoo.com.cn

Website: www.drxie.com

Blog: blog.sina.com.cn/facelift

Outpatient Service at Peking University Third Hospital (PUTH): Monday morning

Educational Background:

Bachelor of Medicine, Beijing Medical University, Aug 1983 a�� Jul 1989

Occupational History:

Resident and Chief resident, department of general surgery, PUTH, Aug 1989 a�� May 1994

Associate Professor of Surgery, Department of Plastic Surgery, PUTH, May 1994 a�� Now

Visiting Scholar, Department of Plastic Surgery, University of California at San Diego, Nov 2003 a�� Nov 2004

Hobbies: photographing, body-building, tennis

Memberships in Professional Societies

Member, Branch Society of Plastic Surgery, Chinese Medical Association

Member, Beijing Branch of Chinese Academy of Aesthetic Medicine

Member, Committee for Technical Appraisal for Medical Negligence, Medical Association of Haidian District of Beijing Metropolis

Member, Beijing Committee for Identification of Labor Force

Professional Specialties:

Plastic surgery: cleft lip and palate, face

Aesthetic surgery: face-lift, tummy tuck and comprehensive facial surgery


In clinical practice, Prof. Xie realized the conventional procedure of face-lift has many complications. With his careful studies, He has improved this surgical procedure and proposed a pioneer concept of ladder-like face-lift to solve the problems like wide scar within the hairline, hair loss and relapse, making the face-lift more thorough and comprehensive and the postoperative effect last longer.

In order to meet the increasing demand for minimally invasive surgery from clients, Prof. Xie has done lots of face-lift assisted by endoscope in recent years, striving to remove facial wrinkles and tighten loose skin with the minimal incision. At the same time, He combines the minimally invasive technique with conventional operation wisely to get the best wrinkle-removing results. This method, which is very popular among our clients, collects the merits from the both and also give the clients individualized design.

While doing face-lift, Prof. Xie often adds other supporting operations to strengthen the overall effect, such as temporal region or forehead filling with endoscope, cheek liposuction, buccal fat pad removal and mandible angle excision (via the incision for face-lift). As one of the pioneering surgeons to use Botox in China, he started this procedure in Beijing in 1996. He also proved its safety and effectiveness to promote its popularity in China.

While studying and learning in the United States during 2003 to 2004, Prof. Xie becomes good friends with Prof. Gottfried Lempere, the inventor of Artecoll, and learned a lot from him about Artecoll and its injection


Loose skin on the abdomen can be solved by tummy-tuck (an aesthetic surgery of the abdomen to remove wrinkles and tighten the skin over the stomach). Based on his experience in visiting and learning in seven aesthetic surgery clinics in the United States, Prof. Xie applies mini, standard and reverse types of tummy-tuck in Chinese clients according to their needs and achieves good results.

Professional Ethics:

I think human is a harmonious entirety and a plastic surgeon must have overall aesthetic standard and know how to apply comprehensive techniques. Only by doing this can the surgeon create natural beauty (contour, curve and convexity). Perfect operation results come from perfect surgical process.

Selected Publications

1. A case of hemifacial atrophy treated by greater omentum grafting: 25-yeara��s follow-up. Chinese Journal of Aesthetic Medicine. 2008, 6th issue

2. First Exploration of Aesthetic Surgery in the United States. Chinese Journal of Aesthetic Medicine. 2006, 6th issue

3. Repairing of cicatricial ectropion with orbicularis oculi myocutaneous flap. Chinese Journal of Medical Aesthetics and Cosmetology. 2003, 1st issue

4. Step by step dissection technique in browforehead lift and its clinical significance. Chinese Journal of Medical Aesthetics and Cosmetology. 2000, 4th issue

5. Closed liposuction with minimal incision. Chinese Journal of Minimally Invasive Surgery. 2001, 1st issue

6. Septorhinoplasty for nasal deviation complicated with septal cartilage deformity. Chinese Journal of Plastic Surgery. 2001, 6th issue

7. Analysis and treatment of an acquired blepharoptosis after blepharoplasty. Chinese Journal of Plastic Surgery. 2001, 2nd issue

8. Chinese Journal of Medical Aesthetics and Cosmetology

9. Male face-lift. Chinese Journal of Medical Aesthetics and Cosmetology. 2000, 4th issue

10. Excavation of pigmented nevus. Chinese Journal of Practical Aesthetic and Plastic Surgery. 1999, 6th issue

11. The classification of hump nose and relevant surgical treatment. Chinese Journal of Plastic Surgery and Burns. 1999, 5th issue

Attended Conferences

1. The new technique for face-lift, 18th China-Japan Plastic Surgery Conference, Xia��an, Sep 2008

2. Technological improvement for Face-lift, 5th Annual Meeting of Medical Aesthetics and Cosmetology, Chengdu, Sep 2008

3. The operative procedure selection of tummy-tuck, Annual Meeting of Beijing Branch for Plastic Surgery of Chinese Medical Association, Beijing, 2008

4. Different separating plane, techniques and results in face-lift, 5th Annual Meeting of Aesthetic Surgery Branch, China Society of Integrated Traditional Chinese and Western Medicine, Chengdu, May 2007

5. Face-lift and related anatomy, 2nd China-Korea Summit Forum of Medical Cosmetology, Beijing, May 2006

6. The situation of aesthetic surgery in the United States, 4th Conference of Medical Aesthetics and Cosmetology for Young Scholars, Dalian, July 2005

7. A lecture on face-lift, 1st China-Korea Summit Forum of Medical Cosmetology, Beijing, 2005

8. Studies on face-lift, 1st Annual Meeting of Aesthetic Surgery Branch, China Society of Integrated Traditional Chinese and Western Medicine, Wuhan, Sep 2002

Published Books and Translations as Contributor

Atlas of Practical Plastic and Aesthetic surgery

Atlas of Aesthetic Eyelid and Periocular Surgery (Translation)

Atlas of Aesthetic Face and Neck Surgery (Translation)

Surgery: A Textbook for 7-year Program Students of Peking University

The Manual of Diagnosis and Therapy for Modern Plastic Surgery

Clinical Manual of Aesthetic Medicine

Practical Vascular Surgery and Nursing

Interviews in the Following Media Reports:

1. Plastic Surgeon: career and option, Channel 10, China Central Television (CCTV), May 2001

2. Is BOTOX suitable for you? Health Times, Apr 2002

3. Choose your own cosmetology: a talk on facial rejuvenation surgery, Channel 7 Beijing Television, Oct 2003

4. Plastic Surgery in China Today, Chronicle Foreign Service Report, by Steve Friess, San Francisco Chronicle and Boston Globe, USA, November 2003

5. Chinaa��s aesthetic surgery market flourishes, by Beth Kapes, Aesthetic Surgery Times, USA, March 2004

6. Comparison of aesthetic surgery between in China and in the U.S., by Yeqin, American Chinese Times (San Diego), USA, May 2004

7. BOTOX injection and cosmetology, China National Radio, Nov 2004

8. A new tread of becoming more beautiful in Chinese women, AL Jazeera, in Beijing, Dec 2004

9. Chinese Beauty, Sichuang Television, in Beijing, May 2007

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