2008, XXIV, 658p. 958 illus., 852 illus. in color.
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Presents in one book all of the simplified facial procedures in facial rejuvenation
Offers procedures not seen in other books
How-to-do manual for simpler methods of facial surgery
Written by noted authorities in plastic surgery
Simplified Facial Rejuvenation is divided into sections that include anatomy and anesthesia, classifications, dermatologic procedures, suture lifts, surgical cariations of the face, surgical variations of the eyes, brow, neck, lips, nose, ear, and scalp, and medical legal aspects. There are multiple variations of suture lift procedures presented to allow the physician to decide which is best. Unique surgical procedures of the face are presented, many of which are techniques of minimal-incision facelift, and new techniques including resection of the supraorbital ridges, mesotherapy for hair rejuvenation, transblepharoplasty, browlift, and cervicoplasty with hexagonal excision, as well as new classifications of facial aging. The book brings together the more popular procedures for patients that include simpler methods of facial rejuvenation with less pain, shorter recovery time, less cost, and fewer complications.
Anatomy and Anesthesia.- Anesthesia for Minimally Invasive Cosmetic Surgery of the Head and Neck.- Local Anesthetic Blocks of the Head and Neck.- Classifications.- Universal Classification of Skin Type.- Fasil Scale: Measurement of Facial Skin and Soft-Tissue Laxity.- Facial Aging: a Clinical Classification.- Facial Aging and its Mechanics.- Dermatologic.- Peptides for Facial Skin Aging.- Treatment of Hyperpigmented Photodamaged Skin.- Chemical Peels and Other Rejuvenation Methods for the Face.- Superficial and Medium-Depth Chemical Peels.- Chemical Peeling Rejuvenation of the Neck.- Deep Phenol Chemical Peels.- The Golden Peel.- Combined Techniques of Ablative Skin Resurfacing: Phenol, Trichloroacetic Acid,.- Comparison of Laser and Phenol Chemical Peel.- Face and Neck Remodeling with Ultrasound-Assisted (VASER) Lipoplasty.- Complications of Laser.- Thermage Radiofrequency.- Capacitive Radiofrequency Skin Rejuvenation.- Photorejuvenation.- Coblation Skin Resurfacing Technique.- Removal of Rhytids with Electrocoagulation.- Plasma Skin Resurfacing.- Botulinum Toxin: Products, Techniques, Complications.- Laser Facial Hair Removal.- Mesotherapy for Facial Rejuvenation.- Facial Fillers and Implants.- Fat Transfer to the Face.- Face Rejuvenation with Rice-Grain-Sized Fat Implants: Fischer’s Technique.- Complementary Fat Grafting.- Facial Volume Enhancement: Decision-Making Between Fat Grafting and Solid Implants.- Facial Implants.- Solid Implants: Mentoplasty and Malar Augmentation.- Suture Lifts.- The History of Barbed Suture Suspension: Applications, and Visions for the Future.- Bidirectional, Non-anchored Suture Lifts.- Soft Face Lift Using Threads.- Anti Gravity/Elevation Lift: Facelifting Without Incisions.- The Curl Lift: a Rediscovered Technique.- Barbed Thread Facelift: a Personal Journey.- Transcutaneous Facelift.- Biolifting and Bioresurfacing.- Percutaneous Eyebrow Lift.- Suture Lift of the Nasal Tip.- Surgical Variations: Face.- Short Access Facial Elevation: a Modified S-Lift ...- The Delta Lift: a Modification of S-lift for Facial Rejuvenation.- Easy Lift.- Simplified S-Lift.- The Round-Lifting Technique.- The QuickLift™ and Lateral Subcutaneous Browlifting.- The Curl Lift Combined with Skin Resurfacing.- Three-Dimensional Facelift.- Mini Facelift.- Complications of Facelift.- Surgical Variations: Hair, Brow, Eye, Ear, Nose, Lips, Chin, Neck.- Aesthetic Principles for Hair Restoration.- Follicular-Unit and Multiple-Follicular-Unit Hair Restoration.- Mesotherapy for Treatment of Male-Type Alopecia.- Mid Forehead “Buttonhole” Eyebrow Elevation.- Endoscopic Forehead Lifting.- Reduction of the Supraorbital Ridges.- Asian Blepharoplasty in the Creation of a Double Eyelid.- Blepharoplasty Techniques in Asians.- Transconjunctival Approach to Lower-Lid Blepharoplasty.- A Clinical Guide to Estimate the Skin Resection in Upper Blepharoplasties.- A Frequent Complication of Aesthetic Blepharoplasty: the Surgical Round Eye.- Complications of Blepharoplasty.- Surgery for Prominent Ears.- Nasal Tip Rotation.- Section of the Depressor Septi Nasi Muscle to Lift the Nasal Tip.- Complications of Rhinoplasty.- Partial Removal of the Buccal Fat.- Anatomy and Surgical Approaches to the Midface Lift.- Section of the Frenulum of the Upper Lip.- Surgical Treatment of the Senile Upper Lip.- Correction of the Gummy Smile.- Surgical Correction of the Aging Lip.- Three-Dimensional Sculpting of the Human Face Using.- Chin Augmentation.- Genioplasties for Facial Rejuvenation.- Aesthetic Surgery of the Aging Neck: Options and Techniques.- Algorithm for Neck Rejuvenation.- Cervicoplasty Without Skin Excision.- Cervicoplasty with Hexagonal Excision.- Mesh Platsymaplasty.- Adams’s Apple Reduction.- VIII Medical Legal and Commentary.- Medical Legal.- Editor’s Commentary.