Eduardo Morera Serna currently works in Otorhinolaryngology / Facial Plastic Surgery, Hospital Universitario Son Espases, Palma de Mallorca, Spain.

Eduardo studied medicine at the Facultad de Medicina Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain 1989-1995. This was then followed by an ENT residence at the Servicio de Otorrinolaringología y Patología Cervicofacial, Hospital Universitario La Paz, Madrid, Spain from 1997 to 2001, and fellowships in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery and Facial Plastic Surgery in Bogotá, Colombia.

He is a Vocal of the Facial Plastic Surgery section of the Sociedad Española de Otorrinolaringología since 2004, a member of the European Academy of Facial Plastic Surgery, the Sir Charles Bell Society, the European Board of Otolaryngology (2011) and a Board-Certified Facial Plastic Surgeon (IFFPSS) since 2012.

He is also Director of six international courses on Facial Plastic Surgery, faculty in more than 30 national and international course, author of 18 book chapters and 20 articles and author of the 2012 book Cirugía Plástica Facial published by the Spanish Society of Otolaryngology.

His fields of expertise include facial plastic surgery: rhinoplasty, reconstruction, facial palsy, cosmetic surgery.

JOURNAL REVIEWED: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and JAMA Facial Plastic Surgery – Oct 2013 (ongoing)

Latest Contribution

Facial sensory rehabilitation

The authors of this paper show the results of their method for facial sensory rehabilitation using cross-face sural nerve grafts in three patients. All three patients had hemifacial anaesthesia after trauma or intracranial tumour resections and their symptoms varied from...

Is columellar strut necessary in primary rhinoplasty

This article debates the role of a columellar strut graft through the retrospective aesthetic analysis of 100 consecutive primary open approach rhinoplasties performed by the same single surgeon. The author performs all of these procedures without the use of a...

A review on contemporary options for facial reanimation

This paper is an up-to-date review on surgical and non-surgical options for the treatment of facial paralysis. The authors thoroughly describe recent techniques, like the masseter-to-facial nerve transfer, explaining the advantages over other more popular transfer techniques like the hypoglossal-to-facial...