ASPS Chicago -2014 Established in 1976, this award is given to an outstanding physician who has brought credit and distinction to plastic surgery through clinical practice and application, community and civic accomplishments, organization and executive performance, or teaching and research
Sydney Coleman featured as a pioneer of plastic surgery in an extensive, in-depth interview.
Plastic Surgery Practice An in depth report on Sydney Coleman’s education, his unique consultations and the use of LipoStructure®. The reporter also describes Dr. Coleman’s superior results, personal activities, travels & extensive lecturing.
Cosmetic Surgery Times A reporter delves into Dr. Coleman’s background, his personal interests, his motivations for becoming a plastic surgeon, and how he developed LipoStructure®
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 2009 Dr. Sydney Coleman travels regularly to the University of Pittsburg Medical Center treat facial and cranial war casualties with Coleman Fat Grafts
New Beauty Dr. Sydney Coleman and Dr. Alesia Saboeiro on working together.
New York Magazine 2010 How any surgeon’s good reputation can be ruined by one angry patient.
Elle Magazine 1996 Sydney Coleman interviewed by Elle. Described as a blond Kevin Kline “look-alike”.
Plastic Surgery News New York plastic surgeon, Sydney Coleman, MD is interviewed about his experience with Internet attacks.
Salute This article is written in Italian. Dr Coleman, Conference Co- President for the International Conference on Regenerative Surgery.
W Magazine May 2013 W Magazine discusses Sydney Coleman’s use of fat grafts for facial rejuvenation by improving the quality of skin and increasing collagen.
Experience with fat grafting shows it has regenerative effects on aged and damaged skin and underlying structures like muscle.
>Doctors are using adult stem cells for everything from providing natural facelifts to healing damaged heart tissue.
Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery Sept 2006 Surgeons have observed that transplanted fat not only reverses the damage caused by aging and sun but also improves conditions such as radiation damage, chronic ulceration, breast capsular contracture, and damaged vocal cords. The role of fat-derived stem cells is becoming more obvious. This paper describes our early discoveries of the amazing abilities of grafted fat.
ENT Today September 2011 Fat grafting can be used to restore a normal appearance in patients with severe contour defects of the face resulting from cancer surgery, radiation and combat injuries.
Cosmetic Surgery Times 2010 Stem cells in grafted fat improve normal and irradiated skin thickness, texture and color.
New You Magazine Stem cells in grafted fat improve scarring and burns.
International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery News 2008 Sydney Coleman talks about stem cells, and how he realized the regenerative possibilities of fat grafting.
Cosmetic Surgery Times 2012
Aesthetic Plastic Surgery 2009 Loss of volume in the face in the normal aging process and HIV – associated lipoatrophy: how fat grafting restores volume.
Vogue Magazine 2011 When you put fat under the skin, you see a change that’s beyond filling: Not only does it plump it out a bit but it improves the color and tone of the skin and decreases wrinkles and pore size.
Aesthetic Surgery Journal 2006
Clinics in Plastic Surgery 2006
Safety and Efficacy 2006
Canadian Medical Spas
Surgical Aesthetics 2012 Growing acceptance of autologous fat transfer to the breast enables surgeons to tackle more complex problems.
Plastic Surgery Practice 2012 Fat grafting to the breasts makes a comeback.
Sunday London Times 2011 Don’t throw away that liposuctioned fat – put it in your face, breasts or bottom!
CosmeticSurgery.com 2013 Increasing the size of breasts with a patient’s own fat is a quickly rising topic on the radar screens of plastic surgeons and patients worldwide. Q&A with Dr. Coleman.
Cosmetic Surgery Times 2012 The addition of fat grafting for volumetric enhancement in the face and body has become mainstream in cosmetic surgery.
New York Times 2009 Fat grafting to the breast is determined to be safe and effective.
Vogue Magazine Fillers and fat are not just for the face: enhancing body parts with fat.
New You Magazine 2011
New You Magazine 2011 Using grafted fat to enhance muscle? An alternative to Silicone implants.
Longevity Magazine. 1993
Cosmetic Surgery Times Structural fat grafting does more than just fill; it also rejuvenates and thickens skin.
New York Daily News
Cosmetic Surgery Times 2005
bellezaMEDICA This article is written in Spanish. We are discovering fascinating possibilities of the abilities of repair from lipofilling.
Estheticon.com Q&A with Sydney R. Coleman, M.D. on Fat Grafting and his special technique.
Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery 2012 Objective,scientific evidence to support the use of specific techniques used by Sydney R. Coleman, MD in fat grafting.
Cosmetic Surgery Times 2009 Gentle suctioning of fat is important for graft survival.
Elevate Magazine 2003
Medesthetics 2010 Improved techniques and new devices are leading a revival autologous fat transfer procedures.
Cosmetic Surgery Times 2009 The ASPS says fat grafting to the breasts is safe.
Allure Magazine 2012 How to avoid this serious complication.