Advances in Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery (APRS)

Advances in Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery (APRS)

Advances in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (APRS)Impact Factor

Online ISSN: 2572-6684
Impact Factor: 2*
Ramazi O. Datiashvili (Editor-in-Chief), The State University of New Jersey
To advance patient safety, improve surgical and procedural outcomes, and elevate the science of plastic and reconstructive surgery worldwide.
APRS journal will function as a forum for clinicians and basic scientists to share information, communicate, and collaborate in search of solutions to significant clinical issues as well as be an exciting addition to the existing literature related to advances in plastic and reconstructive surgery.
Aims & Scope: Advances in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (APRS) is a bimonthly, international open access journal which publishes original high-quality research and reviews that highlight scientific and cutting edge technological advances in all areas of plastic and reconstructive surgery. APRS journal prioritizes publication of latest research, up-to-date and evidence-based information of basic plastic surgery knowledge in the light of innovations and new technologies as well as research approaches as applied to general plastic, hand surgery, peripheral nerve surgery, craniofacial surgery, microsurgery, breast surgery, aesthetic surgery, and reconstructive surgery.
APRS journal is dedicated to publishing high-quality peer-reviewed articles that cover a wide range of topics in reconstructive surgery such as functional impairments caused by burns; traumatic injuries, such as facial bone fractures and breaks; congenital abnormalities, such as cleft palates or cleft lips; developmental abnormalities; infection and disease; cancer or tumors and also addresses cosmetic core procedures including rhinoplasty, blepharoplasty, facelift, cosmetic medicine; cosmetic breast surgery, to include breast reconstruction following mastectomy, breast augmentation, and breast reduction; body contouring and more new procedures and techniques.
The Journal will accept original clinical or laboratory research, operative procedures and comprehensive reviews on plastic surgery. Selected ideas and innovations, letters, techniques and case reports addressing the emerging trends in cosmetic surgery are considered as well. Significant papers on tissue engineering principles and stem cell applications in research and practice of plastic surgery as well as regenerative medicine and alternative medicine are also published.
We hope that strong criteria for the peer-review process, transparency of the editorial policy ensures the success of this journal, and we rely on continuing support of the scientific community in all aspects of the journal’s activity.


Manuscript Turn around time

In-House Review: 1-2 days
External Peer Review: 2 weeks(i.e., initial editorial decision is approximately 2 weeks after the Submission)
Revision time: 1-2 weeks
Formal Publication: within a week after being accepted. Hence the turn around time for publishing the manuscript is about 27-31 days.


Featured Articles

Gluteal Augmentation Using Fat Grafting Enriched with Stromal Vascular Fraction (E-Svf) and Platelet Rich Lipotransfert (Prl)®

Mid-Face Lifting Using Endoscopic Vs. Conventional Technique: a Retrospective Comparative Study.

Transoral and Transconjunctival Routes for a Middle Third Facial Lift: An Anatomical Study.

Breast Reduction Mammoplasty a Review of Literature and Presentation of a Novel Technique with Dual Vascular Supply

Wise-pattern skin reducing and nipple-sparing mastectomy using modified McKissock’s vertical bi-pedicle dermal flap in large breasted patients for immediate reconstruction and revision cases.
A Revolution of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery: Biofabricating Customized Tissues, Organs, and Human Parts.

Minimally Invasive Robotic Abdominoplasty.

Plication and reinsertion of the aponeurosis of the lifting muscle of the upper eyelid with continuous suture in the surgical correction of light and moderate eyelid ptosis-personal experience.

A Simple Method for Closure of Triangular Skin Defects.