Special Issue

Topic: Skin Grafts: Advances in Techniques, Applications, and Outcomes

A Special Issue of Plastic and Aesthetic Research

ISSN 2349-6150 (Online)   2347-9264 (Print)

Submission deadline: 20 Mar 2024

Guest Editor(s)

Prof. Milomir M.Ninkovic
Department of Plastic, Reconstructive, Hand and Burn Surgery, Bogenhausen Academic Hospital, Munich, Germany.

Special Issue Introduction

Skin grafting is a remarkable and versatile surgical technique that has seen continuous evolution and refinement in recent years.

Historically, skin grafting has been a cornerstone of reconstructive surgery, especially in cases of severe burns, chronic wounds, and skin cancer excisions. The traditional approach involved the transplantation of full-thickness or split-thickness skin grafts to replace damaged or lost skin. While this method remains fundamental, contemporary techniques have revolutionized the field, with innovations that enable enhanced precision, aesthetics, and functionality.

One of the significant advancements in skin grafting techniques is the advent of micrografting and nanofat grafting. These procedures utilize smaller grafts, often harvested from the patient's own body, to address fine lines, wrinkles, scars, and skin irregularities. This has opened up new frontiers in the realm of cosmetic surgery, allowing patients to achieve more subtle and natural-looking results.

Furthermore, the development of tissue engineering and regenerative medicine has introduced bioengineered skin grafts, which have broadened the spectrum of applications. These grafts can be custom-tailored to match the recipient's skin type, promoting faster healing and reducing the risk of rejection. They are particularly beneficial for individuals with extensive burns, chronic non-healing ulcers, and skin disorders.

Skin grafting has also proven invaluable in the field of plastic surgery. It plays a pivotal role in procedures such as breast reconstruction, facelifts, and body contouring, where it contributes to achieving desired contours, enhancing aesthetics, and rebuilding form after illness or injury.

In this comprehensive exploration of skin grafting, we will delve into the recent advances in techniques, applications, and outcomes. Whether applied for reconstructive, therapeutic, or aesthetic purposes, skin grafting continues to be at the forefront of innovation, offering new hope and opportunities for those in need of skin restoration and rejuvenation.


Skin grafting, aesthetic enhancement, regenerative medicine, tissue engineering, medical innovations

Submission Deadline

20 Mar 2024

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Submission Deadline: 20 Mar 2024
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