By Samuel M. Lam MD, Mark J. Glasgold MD, Robert A. Glasgold MD
This book/DVD set is a completely illustrated ''how-to'' consultant to facial fats move, a brand new facial rejuvenation strategy that permits the general practitioner to sculpt the face and repair it to its average good looks. fats is harvested from fattier parts of the physique via a suction approach and injected into the face with a small cannula. The fats transferred turns into integrated as dwelling tissue and the implications are super durable. The publication courses readers via this strategy with easy-to-follow directions and greater than two hundred full-color step by step illustrations.
Two DVDs accompanying the booklet include video clips demonstrating the approach and pitfalls.
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Placement of fat into these areas can serve to soften the transition from the augmented cheek to the upper lip. However, as stated, the surgeon should educate the patient that softening of the nasolabial fold with fat infiltration is of limited benefit in effacing the line. If the patient is interested only in effacement of the nasolabial fold, an alternative soft-tissue filler will provide a more targeted and efficacious solution to his or her concern. If the patient is planning for fat infiltration and is also concerned about the nasolabial line, the surgeon should typically encourage the patient to complete fat infiltration and determine what additional filling may be needed with an injectable filling material to achieve the desired result at a later date.
2-21). The fold may be associated with skin texture changes and exhibit variable swelling. Treatment of a Grade III malar mound with fat transfer alone may result in worsening of the condition. In these patients, we often recommend excision of the redundant or festooned skin. Further discussion of the significance and treatment of the malar mound complex can be found in Chapter 3, page 70. Buccal Situated immediately inferolateral to the anterior cheek lies the buccal region. This inframalar hollow should be thought of as a continuation of the anterior cheek so as to achieve a uniform augmentation across the entire anterior face.
The latter is carried out to avoid ecchymosis and hematoma formation that may arise from piercing vascular structures with a sharp needle. Recipient-site Anesthesia Phase 1: Injection with a Sharp Needle Injection of distinct points along the face that correlate with sensitive neurovascular structures should be undertaken first to decrease discomfort associated with broad injection of anesthesia (Fig. 3-5). The first seven points in Figure 3-5 are infiltrated percutaneously with a short 1⁄2Љ 30-gauge needle attached to a 5-cc syringe using 1% lidocaine with 1:100,000 epinephrine.
Complementary fat grafting by Samuel M. Lam MD, Mark J. Glasgold MD, Robert A. Glasgold MD