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.Phillip R. Langsdon, David Armstrong 15.1 Introduction Photodamaged skin and wrinkled skin are signs of aging that ... New medical-grade exfoliation products have improved possible results, and the public demand has come into the ... of using chemical peels had compared postoperative course, histologic examination, patient satisfaction, or long-term outcome. ... 15.3 Surgical Treatment Methods Whatever treatment method chosen, laser, chemical peeling, or dermabrasion, theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Simplified Facial Rejuvenation|
|Author||:||Melvin A. Shiffman, Sid Mirrafati, Samuel M. Lam, Chelso G. Cueteaux|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2007-10-27|