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By Peter M. Prendergast (auth.), Anthony Erian, Melvin A. Shiffman (eds.)

ISBN-10: 3642178375

ISBN-13: 9783642178375

This richly illustrated publication covers all facets of aesthetic facial surgical procedure, from anatomy to the range of strategies hired in facial surgical procedure, together with ancillary suggestions akin to chemical peel, laser, and facial fillers. either more moderen concepts and adaptations on older methods are conscientiously awarded and mentioned. additionally, preoperative care is analyzed, and designated consciousness is dedicated to difficulties concerning HIV an infection, anesthesia, issues, and mental points. The participants are all the world over acclaimed specialists within the box. The booklet may be a useful resource of knowledge for citizens and fellows, working towards aesthetic surgeons, and surgeons in a number of comparable fields.

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Barton FE. Rhytidectomy and the nasolabial fold. Plast Reconstr Surg. 1992;90(4):601–7. 11. Dingman RO, Grabb WC. Surgical anatomy of the mandibular ramus of the facial nerve based on the dissection of 100 facial halves. Plast Reconstr Surg. 1962;29:266–72. 29 12. Daane SP, Owsley JQ. Incidence of cervical branch injury with “marginal mandibular nerve pseudo-paralysis” in patients undergoing face lift. Plast Reconstr Surg. 2003; 111(7):2414–8. 13. Zide BM. Supraorbital nerve: nuances/dissections from above.

The muscle fibers were thin, long, stretched out, relatively atrophic, and membranous. In cases of thick and fatty SMAFS, consistency was somewhat harder, and it was more resistant, rigid, less elastic, more dense, and with increased tone. In these cases, superficial fatty layer was considerably increased. In cases of broken down (Island SMAFS), with gaps, very thin, and fragile SMAFS, elasticity was increased and tone and density were decreased considerably, while flaccidity was increased considerably.

Part II. Am J Orthod. 1984;85(4):279–93. 3 Danger Zones in Surgical Facial Rejuvenation Peter M. 1 Introduction The increase in our knowledge of facial anatomy and the anatomy of aging has brought an evolution in techniques for aesthetic facial surgery [1]. More extensive procedures that access deeper planes and lift tissues in several vectors are favored over those that lift only subcutaneous tissue in a superolateral vector. These include extended sub-SMAS dissections, deep plane and composite rhytidectomies, and subperiosteal facelift techniques.

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