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Pearls and Pitfalls in Cosmetic Oculoplastic Surgery

Hartstein, MD, FACS, Morris E., Massry, MD, FACS, Guy G., Holds, MD, FACS, John B. (Eds.)

2nd ed. 2015, XXXVII, 715 p. 440 illus., 417 illus. in color.

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  • Addresses the need among physicians for cleanly distilled and clinically relevant information on the field of facial cosmetic surgery
  • Updates to popular topics such as advances in blepharoplasty techniques, advances in brow lifting techniques, and advances in midface rejuvenation
  • Each chapter, complete with color illustrations, serves as the voice of an expert, reminding readers of the pearls and pitfalls of each procedure
  • Includes videos of various procedures on Springer Images

Pearls and Pitfalls in Cosmetic Oculoplastic

Surgery, Second Edition addresses the need

among surgeons for cleanly distilled and clinically

relevant information. The second edition

of this popular text highlights the changes

and updates to the ever expanding field of

facial cosmetic surgery. There are updates

regarding the advances, for example in blepharoplasty

techniques, fillers and filler techniques,

periorbital fat grafting, brow lifting

techniques, and midface rejuvenation. Additionally,

nearly every chapter has full color

illustrations to bring each one to life.

This concise and practical “how to” book is

written and edited by experts in their fields

and offers “here’s how I do it” advice on the

most commonly performed procedures. Each

chapter becomes the voice of an expert and

experienced colleague, reminding readers of

the pearls and pitfalls of each procedure.

These pearls will lead to more efficient techniques,

fewer complications, and enhance

outcomes for physicians and their patients.

Content Level » Professional/practitioner

Related subjects » Ophthalmology - Otorhinolaryngology - Surgery

Table of contents 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Pearls and Pitfalls of Cosmetic Oculoplastic Surgery, 2nd Edition

 

Volume Editor(s): Morris E. Hartstein, Guy G. Massry, John B. Holds

 

Part 1: Preoperative Evaluation

 

Ch. 1: Preoperative Evaluation of the Cosmetic Patient

            Jemshed A. Khan

 

Ch. 2: Evaluation of the Cosmetic Patient

            Rona Z. Silkiss

 

Ch. 3: Preoperative Patient Counseling for Cosmetic Blepharoplasty

            William P. Chen

 

 

Part 2: Anesthesia

 

Ch. 4: Cosmetic Oculofacial Pearls to Live By

            Kenneth D. Steinsapir

 

Ch. 5: Guide to Local Anesthetic Medications

            Vivian Schiedler

Bryan S. Sires

 

Ch. 6: Motor Nerve Blocks in Oculofacial Surgery

            Vivian Schiedler

Bryan S. Sires

 

Ch. 7: Regional Nerve Blocks in Oculofacial Surgery

            Vivian Schiedler

Bryan S. Sires

 

Ch. 8: Procedural Sedation in Oculofacial Surgery

            Vivian Schiedler

Bryan S. Sires

 

Ch. 9: Preoperative Preparation and Anesthesia in Blepharoplasty   

            William P. Chen

 

Ch. 10: “Digital Diffusion” Technique for the Administration of Local Anesthetic in Eyelid Surgery

            Rona Z. Silkiss

 

 

Ch. 11: Anesthesia for In-Office Oculoplastic Surgery: How We Do It

            Brent R. Moody

John B. Holds

 

 

Ch. 12: Pain Reduction Using Vibration in Aesthetic injections and in eye and facial plastic surgery

            Sonya Jairaj Wexler

Allan E. Wulc

 

Ch. 13: Tips for Safer, More Effective, and More Comfortable Periocular Anesthetic Injections and Sedation

            John Robert Burroughs

 

Part 3: Upper Lid Blepharoplasty

Section 1: Preoperative Evaluation

 

Ch. 14: Upper Eyelid Blepharoplasty: The Evaluation

            Evan H. Black

Ryan T. Scruggs

John D. Siddens

Frank A. Nesi

Geoffrey J. Gladstone

 

Ch. 15: Preoperative Examination Checklist for Upper Blepharoplasty

            Philip L. Custer

 

Ch. 16: Preoperative Evaluation and Documentation in Upper Blepharoplasty

            Cat Nguyen Burkat

 

Ch. 17: Ten Tips to Avoid the Perils, Pitfalls and Complications of Cosmetic Blepharoplasty

            William P. Mack

 

 

Section 2: Incision Planning

 

Ch. 18: Marking Strategies for Upper Blepharoplasty

            Guy G. Massry

 

Ch. 19: Orbit Size and Lid Marking in Upper Blepharoplasty

            Philip L. Custer

 

 

 

 

Ch. 20: Incisional Guidelines When Marking the Skin in Upper Eyelid Blepharoplasty

            Sheri L. DeMartelaere

Todd R. Shepler

Sean M. Blaydon

Russell W. Neuhaus

John W. Shore

 

Ch. 21: Marking the Proposed Upper Eyelid Crease: Determining the Safe Amount of Skin Removal—The Pinch Technique

            Jemshed A. Khan

 

Ch. 22: Preoperative Measurements in Upper Blepharoplasty: Patient Selection

            Jemshed A. Khan

 

Ch. 23: Keys to Success When Marking the Skin in Upper Blepharoplasty

            John Robert Burroughs

Richard L. Anderson

 

Ch. 24: Skin Marking in Upper Blepharoplasty—Avoiding Pitfalls

            Cat Nguyen Burkat

 

 

Section 3: Upper Blepharoplasty Procedure Pearls

 

Ch. 25: A simple method for more efficient blepharoplasty surgery

            Morris E. Hartstein

Isam Amar

 

Ch. 26: Upper Blepharoplasty: Pearls for the Procedure

            Evan H. Black

Ryan T. Scruggs

John D. Siddens

Frank A. Nesi

Geoffrey J. Gladstone

 

Ch. 27: Blepharoplasty Pearls:  General Tips

            John Robert Burroughs

 

Ch. 28: Fat Excision in Upper Blepharoplasty

            Sheri L. DeMartelaere

            Todd R. Shepler

Sean M. Blaydon

Russell W. Neuhaus

John W. Shore

 

 

Ch. 29: Mobilizing and Excising the Nasal Fat Pad in Upper Blepharoplasty

            Jemshed A. Khan

 

Ch. 30: The Sigmoid Upper Lid Blepharoplasty

            John P. Fezza

 

Ch. 31: Tissue Removal Considerations in Blepharoplasty Surgery

            Rona Z. Silkiss

 

Ch. 32: Fewer Hematomas in Upper Blepharoplasty

            Martin H. Devoto

 

Ch. 33: Blepharoplasty Incisional Modalities: 4.0 Radiowave Surgery vs. CO2 Laser        

            Joseph Niamtu, III

 

Ch. 34: Doing Safe Upper Blepharoplasty Surgery:  When Less is Better

            John Robert Burroughs

 

Ch. 35: Upper Blepharoplasty Pearls

            Morris E. Hartstein

 

Ch. 36: Fat Preservation and Other Tips for Upper Blepharoplasty

            Cat Nguyen Burkat

 

Ch. 37: Upper Eyelid Fat Repositioning

            Donald B. Yoo

Guy G. Massry

 

Ch. 38: Asian Blepharoplasty

            Samuel M. Lam

 

Ch. 39: Upper Lid Blepharoplasty in the Asian Patient

            Cat Nguyen Burkat

Pimkwan Jaru-ampornpan

 

Ch. 40: Recognizing the Differences in Asian Eyelid Anatomy

            Cat Nguyen Burkat

Pimkwan Jaru-ampornpan

 

 

Section 4: Adjunctive Procedures in Upper Blepharoplasty

 

Ch. 41: Transblepharoplasty Internal Brow Elevation with Corrugator Removal

            John Robert Burroughs

Richard L. Anderson

 

Ch. 42: Transblepharoplasty Incision Lower Eyelid Canthoplasty

            John Robert Burroughs

Richard L. Anderson

John D. McCann

 

 

Section 5: Wound Closure and Postoperative Care

 

Ch. 43: Avoiding Dog Ears During Upper Blepharoplasty Closure

            Peter S. Levin

 

Ch. 44: Crease Formation in Upper Blepharoplasty

            Philip L. Custer

 

Ch. 45: Use of Dermabond Tissue Adhesive for Oculoplastic Incision Closure

            Charles B. Slonim

 

Ch. 46: Reducing Postoperative Swelling

            John Robert Burroughs

Richard L. Anderson

 

Ch. 47: Management of Postblepharoplasty Dry Eye

            Morris E. Hartstein

 

Ch. 48: Bump Thermoplasty for Small Benign Eyelid Lesions and Wound Artifacts

            John Robert Burroughs

            Richard L. Anderson

John D. McCann

M. Reza Vagefi

 

Ch. 49: Scar Management

            John Robert Burroughs

Reagan Anderson       

 

 

Part 4: Lower Lid Blepharoplasty

Section 1: Preoperative Considerations

 

Ch. 50: Lower Eyelid Blepharoplasty: The Evaluation

            John D. Siddens

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ch. 51: Lower Eyelid Blepharoplasty Evaluation: Avoid the Cookie Cutter Approach

            Sheri L. DeMartelaere

Todd R. Shepler

Sean M. Blaydon

Russell W. Neuhaus

John W. Shore

 

 

Section 2: Lower Blepharoplasty Procedure Pearls

 

Ch. 52: Lower Eyelid Blepharoplasty: Procedure Pearls and Pitfalls

            John D. Siddens

 

Ch. 53: Lower Lid Blepharoplasty: Transcutaneous verses transconjunctival approach

            Raf Ghabrial

 

Ch. 54: Incising the Septum over the Nasal, Central, and Lateral Fat Pads in Lower Blepharoplasty

            Jemshed A. Khan

 

Ch. 55: Prolapsing the Inferior Fat Pads and Fornix in Lower Blepharoplasty

            Jemshed A. Khan

 

Ch. 56: Identifying the Inferior Oblique in Transconjunctival Blepharoplasty

            Jemshed A. Khan

 

Ch. 57: The ”GRED (Globe Retropulsion and Eyelid Depression)” Maneuver to Access Post-septal Fat in Transconjunctival Lower Blepharoplasty

            Donald B. Yoo

Garrett Griffin

Guy G. Massry

 

Ch. 58: Achieving Symmetry in Lower Blepharoplasty Fat Removal

            Jemshed A. Khan

 

 

Ch. 59: The Treatment of Festoons in Lower Blepharoplasty

            Sheri L. DeMartelaere

Todd R. Shepler

Sean M. Blaydon

Russell W. Neuhaus

John W. Shore

 

Ch. 60: Step by step treatment of post blepharoplasty chemosis

            Martin H. Devoto

Francesco P. Bernardini

Altug Cetinkaya

 

Ch. 61: Chemosis:  Avoidance and Management Tips

            John Robert Burroughs

 

Ch. 62: Making Lower Eyelid Transconjunctival Blepharoplasty Easier, Safer, and More Comfortable

            John Robert Burroughs

 

Ch. 63: Management of Severe Postoperative Bleeding with Hemostatic Matrix

            John Robert Burroughs

 

 

Section 3: Repositioning in Lower Blepharoplasty

 

Ch. 64: Fat Repositioning in Lower Blepharoplasty: Less Is More

            Sheri L. DeMartelaere

Todd R. Shepler

Sean M. Blaydon

Russell W. Neuhaus

John W. Shore

 

Ch. 65: Fat Repositioning in Lower Blepharoplasty: Does the Plane of Fat Transposition Affect The Outcome?

            Donald B. Yoo

Guy G. Massry

 

Ch. 66: Transconjunctival Lower Lid Blepharoplasty with and Without Fat Repositioning

            Garrett R. Griffin

Guy G. Massry

Paul S. Nassif

 

Ch. 67: Fat Pedicle Isolation During Transconjucntival Lower Blepharoplasty With Fat Repositioning: “The Inverse Shoe Shine Sign”

            Guy G. Massry

 

Ch. 68: Transconjunctival Pre-periosteal Fat Repositioning Blepharoplasty

            John B. Holds

Yasaman Mohadjer

 

Ch. 69: Lower Lid Blepharoplasty with Fat Repositioning Using a Foam Bolster

            Eric A. Steele

Roger A. Dailey

 

Ch. 70: Use of Tisseel in Lower Eyelid Blepharoplasty with Fat Repositioning

            Asa D. Morton, III

 

Ch. 71: Lower Blepharoplasty with Non-Suture Fat Repositioning

            John Robert Burroughs

Richard L. Anderson

John D. McCann

 

Ch. 72: The Bustier Lower Lid Blepharoplasty

            John P. Fezza

 

Ch. 73: Lower blepharoplasty: Lift and Fill

            Morris E. Hartstein

Guy G. Massry

 

 

Section 4: Management of Postblepharoplasty Lid Retraction

 

Ch. 74: Managing Postblepharoplasty Lower Eyelid Malposition

            Michael T. Yen

 

Ch. 75: Retroauricular Dermal Spacer Graft for Lower Lid Retraction Repair

            Francesco P. Bernardini

 

Ch. 76: Mid-Lower Eyelid Tarsoconjunctival Flap-Skin Graft: Treatment of Cicatricial Lower Lid Retraction

            John Pak

 

Ch. 77: Treatment of Postblepharoplasty Lower Eyelid Retraction with Dermis Fat Spacer Grafting

            Bobby S. Korn

Don O. Kikkawa

 

Ch. 78: Lateral Canthal Webs

            Guy G. Massry

 

Ch. 79: True Lower Eyelid Retractor Recession as an Adjunct to Lower Lid Recession Surgery

            Donald B. Yoo

Guy G. Massry

 

 

Part 5: Forehead Rejuvenation

Section 1: Preoperative Considerations

 

Ch. 80: Which Browlift to Do?

            Andrea Nowotny Hass

 

Ch. 81: Browlifting: Patient Evaluation

            Andrea Nowotny Hass

 

Ch. 82: Preoperative Botox for Endoscopic Browlifting

            Andrea Nowotny Hass

 

Ch. 83: Forehead and Eyebrow Anatomy and its Continuity with the Eyelid

Guy G. Massry

 

 

Section 2: Endoscopic Forehead Rejuvenation

 

Ch. 84: Five Tips for Endoscopic Browlift

            Sheri L. DeMartelaere

Todd R. Shepler

Sean M. Blaydon

Russell W. Neuhaus

John W. Shore

 

Ch. 85: Anesthesia Options in Endoscopic Forehead Lifting

            Andrew S. Eiseman

 

Ch. 86: Endoscopic Forehead Rejuvenation: How to Set Up the Operating Room and Trouble Shooting

            Asa D. Morton, III

 

Ch. 87: Endoscopic Forehead Rejuvenation: Equipment and Setup

            Asa D. Morton, III

 

Ch. 88: Incision Technique for Endoscopic Forehead Elevation

            Andrew S. Eiseman

 

Ch. 89: Endoscopic Forehead Elevation: Patient Marking and Preparation

            Geva Mannor

 

Ch. 90: Endoscopic Midforehead Techniques: Improved Outcomes with Decreased Operative Time and Cost

            Asa D. Morton, III

 

Ch. 91: Fifteen Principles of Enhanced Success in Endoscopic Browlift

Guy G. Massry

 

Ch. 92: Dissection of Central Forehead and Temporal Pocket with Periosteal Release

            Don O. Kikkawa

 

 

Ch. 93: Endoscopic Forehead Lifting: Dealing with the Central Brow Depressors

            Asa D. Morton, III

 

 

Ch. 94: Elevation and Fixation of the Lateral Brow and Canthus

            Robert G. Fante

 

Ch. 95: Fixation Methods in Endoscopic Browlifting

            Andrea Nowotny Hass

 

Ch. 96: Endoscopic Browlift with Deep Temporal Fixation Only

            Garrett R. Griffin

Paul S. Nassif

 

Ch. 97: Tridimensional Brow, Glabella, and Temple Enhancement with Micro Fat Injection During Endoscopic Forehead Rejuvenation

            Oscar M. Ramirez

Umran Ileri

 

Ch. 98: Scalp Fixation in Endoscopic Browlift

            Robert G. Fante

 

Ch. 99: Closing and Dressing the Wounds in Endoscopic Browlift

            Robert G. Fante

 

Ch. 100: Endoscopic Forehead Rejuvenation: Avoiding and Managing Complications

            Asa D. Morton, III

 

 

Section 3: Nonendoscopic Browlifting

 

Ch. 101: The Direct Browlift: Focus on the Tail

            John B. Holds

 

Ch. 102: Soft Tissue Augmentation of the Temporal Brow in Browlifting Surgery

            David E.E. Holck

Jill Foster

Manuel A. Lopez

Kevin A. Kalwerisky

 

Ch. 103: In-Office Brow and Forehead Lifting By A Quick Multi-Incision Trichophytic Approach

            John Robert Burroughs

 

 

 

Ch. 104: Temporal Subcutaneous Brow Lift

            Morris E. Hartstein

Isam Amar

 

Ch. 105: The external browpexy: A minimally invasive brow lifting or stabilization procedure

            Guy G. Massry

 

 

Part 6: Mid-Face Lift

 

Ch. 106: Mid-Face Lift: General Considerations and How I Do It

            Guy G. Massry

 

Ch. 107: Ten Rules for Mid-Face Lifting for the Repair of Lid Retraction

            Morris E. Hartstein

Guy G. Massry

 

Ch. 108: The Subperiosteal Mid-Face Lift Using Bioabsorbable Implants for Fixation

            David E.E. Holck

Jill Foster

Kevin A. Kalwerisky

Manuel A. Lopez

 

Ch. 109: Cheeklifting Pearls

            Clinton D. McCord, Jr.

 

Ch. 110: Preperiosteal Midface Lift Through Transtemporal Approach

            Allan E. Wulc

Dallas R. Buchanan

 

Ch. 111: Maintaining Lateral Wound and Canthal Regularity in External Midface Lifts

            Jeremiah P. Tao

Guy G. Massry

 

Ch. 112: Cheek Implants

            Joseph Niamtu, III

 

 

Part 7: Botox

 

Ch. 113: Introduction to Botulinum Toxin

            John Robert Burroughs

Richard L. Anderson

 

 

Ch. 114: Evaluating Potential Patients for Neurotoxin

            Samuel M. Lam

 

Ch. 115: Neurotoxin: General Principles of Treatment

            Samuel M. Lam

 

Ch. 116: Botox: Where It Works Best

            Jemshed A. Khan

 

Ch. 117: Preparation of Botox

            Jemshed A. Khan

 

Ch. 118: Documentation of Treatment: Botox

            Jemshed A. Khan

 

Ch. 119: Botulinum Toxin Injection Technique

            John Robert Burroughs

Richard L. Anderson

 

Ch. 120: Cosmetic Botulinum Toxin Applications:  General Considerations and Dosing

            John Robert Burroughs

Richard L. Anderson

 

Ch. 121: Botulinum Toxin: Avoiding Pitfalls

            John Robert Burroughs

Richard L. Anderson

 

Ch. 122: Botox Injection Techniques: Minimizing Bruising and Discomfort

            Jemshed A. Khan

 

Ch. 123: Botulinum Toxin Injections Pearls

            Rona Z. Silkiss

 

Ch. 124: Botox Complications

            Jemshed A. Khan

 

Ch. 125: Glabella Treatment with Neurotoxin

            Samuel M. Lam

 

Ch. 126: Corrugator and Procerus Rhytid Treatment with Botox

            Jemshed A. Khan

 

Ch. 127: Frontalis Injection with Botox

            Jemshed A. Khan

 

 

Ch. 128: Frontalis Treatment with Neurotoxin

            Samuel M. Lam

 

Ch. 129: Shaping of the Eyebrows with Botulinum Toxin Type A (BoNT-A)

            Deanne Mraz Robinson

David F. Horne

Thomas E. Rohrer

 

Ch. 130: Botox Injection Techniques: Crow’s Feet

            Jemshed A. Khan

 

Ch. 131: Orbicularis Oculi Treatment with Neurotoxin

            Samuel M. Lam

 

 

Ch. 132: Perioral Botox Injections

            Jemshed A. Khan

 

Ch. 133: Botulinum Toxin Type A Cosmetic:  How to Achieve Precise and Predictable Results

            José Raúl Montes

 

Ch. 134: Botox Injection to the Lacrimal Gland for the Treatment of Epiphora

            R. Jeffrey Hofmann

 

Ch. 135: Botox Therapy for Hyperhydrosis: How I Do It

            Charles B. Slonim

 

Ch. 136: Other Uses of Botulinum Toxins

            John Robert Burroughs

Richard L. Anderson

John D. McCann

 

Ch. 137: Botox for Axillary Hyperhydrosis

            R. Jeffrey Hofmann

 

Ch. 138: Use of Incobotulinum toxin A (Xeomin) for cosmetic facial rejuvenation

            Steven M. Couch

 

Ch. 139: Management of Benign Essential Blepharospasm

            Julie A. Woodward

Veena Rao

 

 

 

 

Part 8: Fillers

 

Ch. 140: Optimizing Outcome from Facial Cosmetic Injections and Promoting Realistic Expectations

            Leslie Baumann

 

Ch. 141: Pearls and Pitfalls of Injectable Facial Fillers

            Nicholas A. Ramey

Cat Nguyen Burkat

 

Ch. 142: Table of Fillers

            Brad T. Kovach

 

Ch. 143: Dermal Filler Pearls:  The Hyaluronic Acids

            John Robert Burroughs

Richard L. Anderson

John D. McCann

 

Ch. 144: Radiesse® Pearls:  General Tips for Safer, More Comfortable, and Better Results

            John Robert Burroughs

Richard L. Anderson

 

Ch. 145: Belotero Pearls

            Morris E. Hartstein

 

Ch. 146: Hyaluronic Acid Pearls:  Fine and Superficial Lines

            John Robert Burroughs

Richard L. Anderson

 

Ch. 147: Achieving Beautiful Lip Augmentation

            Kimberly J. Butterwick

 

Ch. 148: Restylane Injection for the Lower Eyelid Tear Trough

            R. Jeffrey Hofmann

 

Ch. 149: Liquid Injectable Silicone for the Upper Third of the Face

            Derek H. Jones

 

Ch. 150: Periocular Injectables with Hyaluronic Acid and Polymethyl Methacrylate using  microcannulas

            Samuel M. Lam

 

Ch. 151: Novel Uses for Hydroxylapatite (Radiesse®) Filler:  Beyond the Facial Folds

            John Robert Burroughs

Richard L. Anderson

John D. McCann

 

Ch. 152: Pearls and Pitfalls of Botox and Filler Substances in the Upper Third of the Face

            Seth L. Matarasso

 

Ch. 153: Lower Eyelid Rejuvenation:  A Pictorial Management Guide

            John Robert Burroughs

Richard L. Anderson

 

Ch. 154: Upper Eyelid Volumization with Hyaluronic Acid

            Robert A. Glasgold

Mark J. Glasgold

David J. Gerth

 

Ch. 155: Correcting the upper eyelid hollow with filler

            Morris E. Hartstein

 

Ch. 156: Pearls for Periorbital Fat Transfer

            Lisa M. Donofrio

 

Ch. 157: Volumetric Rejuvenation of the Tear Trough with fat transfer to Ristow’s space

            Morris E. Hartstein

 

Ch. 158: Complementary Fat Grafting in the Periorbital Region

            Samuel M. Lam

Mark J. Glasgold

Robert A. Glasgold

 

Ch. 159: Autogenous Orbicularis and Fat as a Filler

            John Robert Burroughs

Michael T. Yen

Richard L. Anderson

John D. McCann

 

 

Part 9: Skin Rejuvenation

Section 1: Skin Care

 

Ch. 160: Skin Care 101: The Basics

            Diane S. Berson

 

Ch. 161: Retinoids for the Cosmetic Patient

            Kenneth R. Beer

Jacob I. Beer

 

Ch. 162: Evaluation of Skin Lesions in the Cosmetic Patient Made Simple: Actinic Keratosis

            Brent R. Moody

 

 

Section 2: Nonablative Therapy

 

Ch. 163: Chemical Peels for Facial Rejuvenation

            Andrew J. Kaufman

 

Ch. 164: Nonablative Laser and Light Facial Rejuvenation

            Jeffrey Steven Dover

 

 

Section 3: Ablative Therapy

 

Ch. 165: Ablative resurfacing-general considerations

            Morris E. Hartstein

 

Ch. 166: CO2 Laser Skin Resurfacing Prophylaxis

            Jemshed A. Khan

 

Ch. 167: CO2 Laser Resurfacing Immediate Postoperative Care Prior to Complete Epithelialization

            Jemshed A. Khan

 

Ch. 168: Products Used in CO2 Laser Resurfacing Wound Care: Late Postoperative Care After Complete Epithelialization

            Jemshed A. Khan

 

Ch. 169: Ablative Fractional Laser Skin Resurfacing

            E. Jason Sabet-Peyman

Julie A. Woodward

 

Ch. 170: Fractionated CO2 Laser Skin Resurfacing

            John B. Holds

 

Ch. 171: Monopolar Radiofrequency Tissue Tightening

            Elizabeth F. Rostan

 

Ch. 172: Dual-Mode Erbium-YAG Laser Skin Resurfacing

            John B. Holds

 

Ch. 173: Fraxel Treatment

            Howard Conn

 

Part 10: Other Cosmetic Procedures

 

Ch. 174: Repair of the Torn Earlobe

            Yoash R. Enzer

 

Ch. 175: Upper Lip Lift: a Powerful Rejuvenative Procedure

            Oscar M. Ramirez

Umran Ileri

 

Ch. 176: Ten Tips for a Reliable and Predictable Deep Plane Facial Rhytidectomy

            David E.E. Holck

Jill A. Foster

Kevin A. Kalwerisky

O. Bailey Robertson

 

Ch. 177: Facelifting in the Full Neck

            John P. Fezza

 

Ch. 178: Assessment and Treatment of the Aging Jaw Line

            John P. Fezza

 

Ch. 179: Masseteric Facial Anastomosis for Dynamic Lower Eyelid Reanimation in Facial Paralysis

            Garrett R. Griffin

Babak Azizzadeh

 

 

Part 11: Functional Lid Malpositions

Section 1: Ptosis- Anterior Approach

 

Ch. 180: Advantages of Sequential Versus Simultaneous Bilateral Levator Advancement Surgery

            Herbert J. Glatt

 

Ch. 181: Considerations in Simultaneous vs. Sequential Bilateral Levator Repair

            Robert A. Mazzoli

 

Ch. 182: Ten Steps to Making External Levator Ptosis Surgery More Predictable

            Russell S. Gonnering

 

Ch. 183: Adjustable Suture Technique for Levator Surgery

            Morris E. Hartstein

John J. Woog

 

 

 

Ch. 184: Tarsal Switch Levator Resection for the Treatment of Myopathic Blepharoptosis

            Sheri L. DeMartelaere

Todd R. Shepler

Sean M. Blaydon

Russell W. Neuhaus

John W. Shore

 

Ch. 185: Modified Levator Advancement Ptosis Technique

            Rona Z. Silkiss

 

Ch. 186: Minimally Invasive Ptosis Repair    

            Francesco P. Bernardini

 

Ch. 187: Small Incision External Levator Repair

            Mark J. Lucarelli

 

Ch. 188: Levator Aponeurotic Dehiscence: A Pictorial Review

            Gabriela Mabel Espinoza

 

Ch. 189: Ptosis Repair by a Single-Stitch Levator Advancement

            Don Liu

 

Ch. 190: Postoperative Care for Dry Eye Prevention in Ptosis Surgery

            Edsel Ing

 

 

Section 2: Ptosis- Posterior Approach

 

Ch. 191: Pearls for Müller’s Muscle–Conjunctival Resection–Ptosis Procedure Combined with Upper Blepharoplasty

            Allen M. Putterman

 

Ch. 192: Müller’s Muscle-Conjunctival Resection Pearls: Phenylephrine and Resection Considerations

            David B. Samimi

Melanie H. Erb

Steven C. Dresner

 

Ch. 193: Avoiding Lid Contour Abnormalities in Müller’s Muscle-Conjunctival Resection: Recognizing the Lateral Shift

            Michael E. Migliori

 

Ch. 194: Müller’s Muscle–Conjunctival Resection Procedure Tips

            David B. Samimi

Melanie H. Erb

Steven C. Dresner

 

Section 3: Entropion

 

Ch. 195: Minimally Invasive, Three-Step, Transconjunctival Entropion Repair

            Francesco P. Bernardini

 

Ch. 196: Entropion Repair by Pre-tarsal Orbicularis Transposition   

            Don Liu

 

Ch. 197: Simple “Bedside” Cautery Entropion Repair

            David J. Singer

 

 

Section 4: Ectropion

 

Ch. 198: “Simple-Dimple” Lateral Tarsus Fixation

            William L. Walter

 

Ch. 199: Simplified Lower Lid Tightening Without a Tarsal Strip

            Don Liu

 

Ch. 200: Technique for Medical Canthal Flap to Correct Lid Retraction/Medial Ectropion

            Kathleen M. Duerksen

 

Ch. 201: Medial Canthorraphy

            Francesco P. Bernardini

 

Ch. 202: Myocutaneous Flaps and Canthopexy for Repair of Severe Cicatricial Ectropion

            James K. Leong

Raf Ghabrial

 

Ch. 203: Internal Vertical Mattress Eyelid Reconstruction

            David B. Samimi

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