Welcome to the PSP blog. The aim is to bring together disparate plastic surgery resources and highlight offbeat events that may be of interest to plastic surgeons. There is no membership requirement and it is entirely free to use.

To get involved or provide content for the blog please contact: plastsurgproj@gmail.com.

Scan the QR code on the right to surf PSP on your phone. The i-nigma 4 App is a good scanner . . . 

The logo contains a Z-plasty, an iconic plastic surgery technique. The classic Z-plasty consists of two identical triangular flaps that transpose synchronously with each other. The Z-plasty is an elegant way of realigning tissues and releasing scar contractures.

Hudson DA. Some thoughts on choosing a Z-plasty: the Z made simple. Plast Reconstr Surg 2000; 106(3): 665-671

The small print
Terms and conditions
Plastic Surgery Project (PSP) makes every reasonable effort to ensure the information posted is accurate. PSP does not provide any warranty of accuracy, and will not accept responsibility for any loss or damage caused by reliance on the information to the fullest extent permissable by law. PSP does not intend to create any contractual or other legal relationship with members or other users of the site.

PSP cannot provide information to individuals about their condition or treatment. The information posted in this blog is a guide only. It should not be considered medical advice and it is not intended to replace consultation with qualified medical professionals.

Copyright of all material contained on this site is held by PSP. Other than for personal use, no part of this site may be reproduced in any way without the permission of PSP. The PSP logo is copyright protected as it is an original creation of artistic work.


Conflict of Interest Statement
The author writes and edits for Oxford University Press.