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Facial Plastic Surgery: FPS

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https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27680531/lasers-and-light-peels-and-abrasions
#1
Paul J Carniol
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
October 2016: Facial Plastic Surgery: FPS
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27680530/a-case-of-basaloid-degeneration-of-nevus-sebaceous-during-childhood-should-nevus-sebaceous-be-excised-or-followed-up
#2
Arnaud Depeyre, Isabelle Barthelemy, Pierre Dechelotte, Nathalie Pham Dang
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
October 2016: Facial Plastic Surgery: FPS
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27680529/modified-endonasal-tongue-in-groove-technique
#3
Sameep Kadakia, Alexander Ovchinsky
UNLABELLED: Achieving stable and desirable changes in tip rotation (TR) and tip projection (TP) is among the primary goals of modern day rhinoplasty. The tongue-in-groove (TIG) technique is one technique in rhinoplasty used to improve TR and/or TP. Performing TIG endonasally using a permanent suture can be quite cumbersome as the suture needs to be buried under the skin. We describe a variation of TIG technique for endonasal rhinoplasty using a permanent suture buried in small columellar skin incisions...
October 2016: Facial Plastic Surgery: FPS
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27680528/tissue-engineering-and-the-future-of-facial-volumization
#4
Marsha Reuther, Deborah Watson
Volume loss due to facial aging can be restored by facial volumization using a variety of materials. Volumization can be performed in isolation or concurrent with other facial rejuvenation procedures to obtain an optimal aesthetic result. There is a myriad of manufactured products available for volumization. The use of autologous fat as facial filler has been adopted more recently and possesses certain advantages; however, the ideal filler is still lacking. Tissue engineering may offer a solution. This technology would provide autologous soft-tissue components for use in facial volumization...
October 2016: Facial Plastic Surgery: FPS
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27680527/facelift-techniques-that-restore-facial-volume
#5
Harry Mittelman, Summit Kundaria, Herman P Lam
The aging face results in increase in laxity of the skin and the underlying supporting tissue. There is a fundamental volume loss in the face and it is most apparent in the midface. A traditional superficial musculoaponeurotic system (SMAS) rhytidectomy addresses the laxity of the face but not volume loss. Multivector high SMAS plication allows for natural excess tissue to be placed into the area of volume loss, thereby addressing midface volume loss. This technique is easy to perform, reproducible, and effective with the added benefit of helping to volumize the lower face...
October 2016: Facial Plastic Surgery: FPS
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27680526/the-downside-of-fat-avoiding-and-treating-complications
#6
Irene A Kim, Gregory Keller, Michael J Groth, Vishad Nabili
Three-dimensional facial volume restoration using fat has become widely accepted as an essential component of facial rejuvenation. Transplanted fat has benefits due to its inherently nonallergenic nature. The versatility of fat grafts allows for their use in all types of facial enhancement-improving the appearance of nasolabial folds, mesolabial grooves, flattened cheeks and upper lips, glabellar furrows, lipoatrophy, acne scars, and temporal hollowing. Yet despite its virtues as the ideal filler, autologous fat has its shortcomings with risks of complications...
October 2016: Facial Plastic Surgery: FPS
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27680525/adverse-reactions-to-injectable-fillers
#7
Rebecca Fitzgerald, Vince Bertucci, Jonathan M Sykes, J Kevin Duplechain
As the use of fillers becomes increasingly more common and the skill level of those injecting is so varied, adverse events can be expected to increase as well. Avoiding complications is always the best measure, and with appropriate training and injection techniques, many complications can be avoided. However, adverse events can occur in the best of hands, and early detection and treatment may eliminate or minimize sequelae. This article is an effort to help in that endeavor.
October 2016: Facial Plastic Surgery: FPS
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27680524/solid-implants-in-facial-plastic-surgery-potential-complications-and-how-to-prevent-them
#8
Krishna Patel, Kathleyn Brandstetter
Allogenic implants are an effective alternative to autologous grafts in the reconstruction of facial defects. These implants are used to reconstruct a variety of bony and soft-tissue defects, including the frontal and temporal regions; internal orbit; infraorbital rim; malar, paranasal, and nasal regions; mandible; and chin. In comparison to their autologous counterparts, alloplastic materials are more readily available, lack donor-site morbidity, decrease surgical time and cost, and still have relatively good postoperative tissue tolerance...
October 2016: Facial Plastic Surgery: FPS
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27680523/augmenting-the-prejowl-deciding-between-fat-fillers-and-implants
#9
Fred G Fedok, Harry Mittelman
The prejowl sulcus is a complex anatomic structure that results from several age-related changes in the lower face. These changes include the localized atrophy of a segment of the mandible inferior to the mental foreman, fat atrophy, and dehiscence and laxity of the ligamentous and muscular components of the region. The correction of the prejowl sulcus is rarely accomplished through rhytidectomy alone. Instead, the volume deficit of the sulcus usually requires the replacement of volume. Solid implants, fillers, and fat transfer may be used to improve the contour of the lower face...
October 2016: Facial Plastic Surgery: FPS
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27680522/choosing-the-best-procedure-to-augment-the-chin-is-anything-better-than-an-implant
#10
Jonathan M Sykes, Rebecca Fitzgerald
The chin plays a very important role in overall facial appearance, and aesthetic procedures to augment the chin in patients with microgenia can improve overall facial balance. Many procedures exist to enhance the appearance of a small chin. Procedures include surgeries such as placement of an alloplast implant and bony osteotomy of the mentum (sliding genioplasty). The advantages and disadvantages of each surgical technique are well documented. Although surgical augmentation of the chin has been the gold standard of therapy, recent development of injectable filler products with lifting capacity has changed the way that many practitioners alter chin shape and size...
October 2016: Facial Plastic Surgery: FPS
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27680521/nonsurgical-rhinoplasty
#11
Owen N Johnson, Theda C Kontis
"Nonsurgical rhinoplasty" refers to the use of injectable temporary fillers used to augment select areas of the nose to achieve improved appearance or function in select patients. Nonpermanent fillers can be used safely and must be properly chosen based on their properties and the desired effect. In addition to proper patient and product selection, a thorough understanding of nasal anatomy, analysis of the deformity, and recommended injection techniques are absolutely necessary to obtain good outcomes and avoid complications...
October 2016: Facial Plastic Surgery: FPS
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27680520/surgical-nasal-implants-indications-and-risks
#12
Dane J Genther, Ira D Papel
Rhinoplasty often requires the use of grafting material, and the goal of the specific graft dictates the ideal characteristics of the material to be used. An ideal material would be biologically inert, resistant to infection, noncarcinogenic, nondegradable, widely available, cost-effective, readily modifiable, and easily removable, have compatible biomechanical characteristics, retain physical properties over time, and not migrate. Unfortunately, no material currently in existence meets all of these criteria...
October 2016: Facial Plastic Surgery: FPS
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27680519/solid-midfacial-implants-when-fillers-are-not-enough
#13
Karan Dhir, William Binder
The aging process results in volumetric changes on multiple levels of the face including the skin, soft tissue, and underlying facial skeleton. Malar and mandibular augmentation with facial fillers and alloplastic implants are two treatment options used to achieve the goal of volume enhancement. Noninvasive modalities have become increasingly popular due to the availability of office-based options that require a limited understanding of facial aesthetics, a basic grasp of the mechanisms behind the aging process, and no level of surgical expertise or training...
October 2016: Facial Plastic Surgery: FPS
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27680518/filling-the-midface-injectables
#14
Catherine Winslow
Volumizing the face has become commonplace on the facial aesthetic scene, with a rapid explosion of popularity in the field of nonsurgical rejuvenation. Three-dimensional enhancement of the midface with fillers provides the surgeon with a minimal downtime opportunity to treat early aging or reverse nonsurgical volume loss. With new products come advancements in techniques and the understanding of reversal of the effects of aging. While providing minimal downtime and risk, complications can occur and the physician must be able to recognize and treat these issues...
October 2016: Facial Plastic Surgery: FPS
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27680517/modern-implants-surgical-and-injectable
#15
Theda C Kontis
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
October 2016: Facial Plastic Surgery: FPS
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27494593/successful-nose-replantation-using-leeches-for-venous-draining
#16
Jens Larsson, Stina Klasson, Björn Arnljots
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
August 2016: Facial Plastic Surgery: FPS
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27494592/a-new-perspective-for-spreader-graft-use-in-severely-deviated-septum-is-septal-continuity-an-obligation-for-a-stable-and-straight-nasal-septum
#17
Hakan Sirinoglu, Nebil Yesiloglu, Burak Ersoy
Severe septal deviation is a challenging deformity usually treated using aggressive surgical methods, and extracorporeal septoplasty (ECS) is a commonly used method for this issue. However, this method has severe risks and complications such as the recurrent deformity or nasal saddling. In this article, we present an alternative solution to ECS procedure for the correction of severe septal deviation. Sixteen patients with severe c- or s-shaped septal deviation with a mean age of 26.5 years were included in the study...
August 2016: Facial Plastic Surgery: FPS
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27494591/the-pi-graft-for-correction-of-severe-saddle-nose-deformity
#18
Jonathan Zelken, Chun-Shin Chang, Yen-Chang Hsiao
Saddle nose deformity is challenging because there is both aesthetic and functional compromise, and high rates of recurrence have been reported. Autologous costal cartilage is the widely preferred medium for reconstruction, but there may be room for improvement in the configuration of the cartilage struts. The pi graft is stabilized at two points, proximally and distally, distinguishing it from the traditional L-strut. Indications include severe (Types III and IV) saddle nose deformity with collapse of the mid-vault, and recurrence after prior reconstruction...
August 2016: Facial Plastic Surgery: FPS
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27494590/nasofrontal-angle-and-nasal-dorsal-aesthetics-a-quantitative-investigation-of-idealized-and-normative-values
#19
Farhad B Naini, Martyn T Cobourne, Umberto Garagiola, Fraser McDonald, David Wertheim
This study is a quantitative evaluation of the influence of the lower component of the nasofrontal angle on perceived attractiveness and threshold values of desire for rhinoplasty. The nasofrontal angle of an idealized silhouette male Caucasian profile image was altered incrementally between 106 and 148 degrees. Images were rated on a Likert scale by pretreatment patients (n = 75), laypeople (n = 75), and clinicians (n = 35). The results demonstrated that a nasofrontal angle of approximately 130 degrees is ideal, corresponding to a lower component of 60 degrees, with a range of 127 to 142 degrees deemed acceptable...
August 2016: Facial Plastic Surgery: FPS
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27494589/effects-of-deferoxamine-on-fat-graft-survival
#20
Gokhan Temiz, Hakan Sirinoglu, Nebil Yesiloglu, Deniz Filinte, Caner Kaçmaz
The most important problem in fat transplantation is the unpredictable rates of resorption. Deferoxamine (DFO) is an iron-chelating agent with many useful functions including stimulating angiogenesis and antioxidant nature. The purpose of the study is to evaluate the effects of DFO on fat graft viability in rat model. A total of 24 Wistar rats were divided into three groups and 0.5 g of the left inguinal fat pad was extracted. In control group, fat grafts were implanted to the parascapular area without performing any procedure...
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