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https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27144439/periorbital-autologous-fat-grafting-in-facial-nerve-palsy
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We Fong Siah, Andre S Litwin, Charles Nduka, Raman Malhotra
PURPOSE: To report outcomes and complications of periorbital autologous fat grafting (AFG) in improving volume loss-related symmetry and function in facial nerve palsy patients and to assess patient satisfaction. METHODS: A retrospective, noncomparative review of all facial nerve palsy patients who underwent periorbital AFG at single center over a 4-year period. Two independent graders objectively assessed standard photographs for any change in volume loss and symmetry: pre- and postoperative periods (early, 0-2 months; intermediate, 3-9 months; and late, >10 months)...
May 3, 2016: Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/26644742/outer-circle-versus-inner-circle-special-considerations-while-rejuvenating-an-indian-face-using-fillers
#2
Rashmi Shetty
INTRODUCTION: An oval face, pronounced cheek bones, a defined jaw line and a smooth Ogee curve are global aesthetic beauty goals. Though criteria are similar the Indian face poses some unique challenges because of the innate differences in skeletal shape, size, and soft tissue disposition. Width of the malar prominences and mandibular angles along with height are smaller compared to the other Asian and Caucasian populations along with a much heavier soft tissue disposition. This creates unique deficits and places unique demands on aesthetic intervention...
July 2015: Journal of Cutaneous and Aesthetic Surgery
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/26408388/perception-of-age-attractiveness-and-tiredness-after-isolated-and-combined-facial-subunit-aging
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Antonio Jorge Forte, Tom W Andrew, Cesar Colasante, John A Persing
BACKGROUND: Patients often seek help to redress aging that affects various regions of the face (subunits). The purpose of this study was to determine how aging of different facial subunits impacts perception of age, attractiveness, and tiredness. METHOD: Frontal and lateral view facial photographs of a middle-aged woman were modified using imaging software to independently age different facial features. Sixty-six subjects were administered with a questionnaire, and presented with a baseline unmodified picture and others containing different individual or grouped aging of facial subunits...
December 2015: Aesthetic Plastic Surgery
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/25968167/evaluation-of-a-new-hyaluronic-acid-dermal-filler-for-volume-restoration
#4
Andrea Alessandrini, Pasquale Fino, Nicola Giordan, Vittoria Amorosi, Nicolò Scuderi
OBJECTIVES: The present study aimed to evaluate the effectiveness and safety of hyaluronic acid gel for the treatment of volume loss or contour deficiency. METHODS: This 6-month, open-label study recruited sixty adults aged 40-65 years with bilateral moderate to severe volume loss or contour deficiency (Facial Volume Loss Scale [FVLS] score: 2-5). Eligible subjects were treated at the baseline visit with an injection of hyaluronic acid gel in one or more of three facial subregions: the zygomatic malar region, the anteromedial cheek and nasolabial folds...
2015: Journal of Cosmetic and Laser Therapy: Official Publication of the European Society for Laser Dermatology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/25921568/midface-skeletal-enhancement
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REVIEW
Danny J Soares, William E Silver
Alloplastic malar augmentation offers a reliable means of achieving a permanent, yet reversible, form of midfacial volume enhancement that serves to correct the changes associated with facial aging, hypoplasia, and congenital malar asymmetry. The degree of augmentation depends on the severity of existing malar bony hypoplasia, soft tissue volume loss/ptosis, or both. Facial aesthetic surgeons have a multitude of implant designs and shapes and implant materials available. The transoral surgical approach with transcutaneous implant suture stabilization is the most commonly used surgical protocol in alloplastic midface augmentation and is, therefore, the technique specifically chosen for review in this article...
May 2015: Facial Plastic Surgery Clinics of North America
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/25911629/superficial-enhanced-fluid-fat-injection-seffi-to-correct-volume-defects-and-skin-aging-of-the-face-and-periocular-region
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Francesco P Bernardini, Alessandro Gennai, Luigi Izzo, Alessandra Zambelli, Erica Repaci, Ilaria Baldelli, G Fraternali-Orcioni, Morris E Hartstein, Pier Luigi Santi, Rodolfo Quarto
BACKGROUND: Although recent research on micro fat has shown the potential advantages of superficial implantation and high stem cell content, clinical applications thus far have been limited. OBJECTIVES: The authors report their experience with superficial enhanced fluid fat injection (SEFFI) for the correction of volume loss and skin aging of the face in general and in the periocular region. METHODS: The finer SEFFI preparation (0.5 mL) was injected into the orbicularis in the periorbital and perioral areas, and the 0...
July 2015: Aesthetic Surgery Journal
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/25491277/volumetric-analysis-of-implanted-biphasic-calcium-phosphate-collagen-composite-by-three-dimensional-cone-beam-computed-tomography-head-model-superimposition
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Simonas Grybauskas, Janis Locs, Ilze Salma, Girts Salms, Liga Berzina-Cimdina
Facial onlay augmentation is often performed as an ancillary procedure simultaneously with orthognathic surgery to improve facial appearance, with hydroxyapatite (HAp) and HAp-based composites often used as the materials of choice. The ability to apply HAp in a granular rather than solid shape form may be responsible for its comparatively reduced rate of complications. However, a known complication of HAp and HAp composites is reduction of implant volume over time associated with resorption of the material...
January 2015: Journal of Cranio-maxillo-facial Surgery
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/25426398/the-facial-contouring-and-support-system-an-innovative-method-for-midfacial-fat-repositioning
#8
Peter Cumbo
Minimally invasive rejuvenation procedures are increasingly popular with patients. In the midface, these might involve the introduction of sutures to lift and secure the malar tissue, fat grafts, and fillers to increase volume. This article describes a new facial contouring and support system, which uses an innovative hollow, double-beveled needle to which a 2/0 polypropylene suture may be anchored. Among 102 patients there were no complications, and follow-up at 3-5 years indicates little or no loss of satisfaction with the outcome...
September 2014: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. Global Open
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/25399623/a-new-dermal-filler-made-of-cross-linked-and-auto-cross-linked-hyaluronic-acid-in-the-correction-of-facial-aging-defects
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Adele Sparavigna, Pasquale Fino, Beatrice Tenconi, Nicola Giordan, Vittoria Amorosi, Nicolò Scuderi
BACKGROUND: A novel Hyaluronic Acid (HA) derivative dermal filler has been developed with characteristics especially suited for nasolabial folds (NLF) and facial defects due to volume loss. AIMS: An open-label prospective study was carried out to evaluate this HA filler's performance in correcting facial defects due to volume loss. METHODS: A single Italian site treated subjects aged 30-65 for facial defects due to volume loss with a new dermal filler injectable gel; subjects returned to the clinic at 7 and 14 days, and 1, 3, 6, 9, and 12 months for follow-up...
December 2014: Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/25153066/correction-of-infraorbital-and-malar-deficiency-using-costal-osteochondral-graft-along-with-orthognathic-surgery-in-crouzon-syndrome
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Hyunsuk Song, Myong Chul Park, Il Jae Lee, Dong Ha Park
In syndromic craniosynostosis, such as Crouzon syndrome, midfacial hypoplasia can cause exophthalmos and concave facial profile. Though midfacial hypoplasia in Crouzon syndrome patients can be treated with midface advancement, known as a Le Fort II or Le Fort III osteotomy, such method can change nasal appearance and frequently fails to achieve class I occlusion after surgery. This report presents a case of an aesthetically and functionally successful midfacial augmentation using rib and cartilage graft along with orthognathic surgery (Le fort I and bilateral sagittal split ramus osteotomy) for patients with Crouzon syndrome...
September 2014: Journal of Craniofacial Surgery
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/25036318/understanding-the-safety-and-tolerability-of-facial-filling-therapeutics
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REVIEW
Daniela Kulichova, Alyona Borovaya, Thomas Ruzicka, Peter Thomas, Gerd G Gauglitz
INTRODUCTION: Aesthetic medicine represents an emerging field for many specialties. Nowadays, a plethora of approaches are available to rejuvenate the human body and face, the latter being a frequent target for the placement of filling substances to correct wrinkles and volume loss. Nevertheless, based on the many products on the market, treating clinicians must pay specific attention to the properties of the respective materials, their associated side effects and any specific handling requirements to prevent potential short- and long-term adverse events...
September 2014: Expert Opinion on Drug Safety
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/24938687/triple-layer-midface-lifting-long-term-follow-up-of-an-effective-approach-to-aesthetic-surgery-of-the-lower-eyelid-and-the-midface
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Hieronymus P Jerome D Stevens, Joep C N Willemsen, Piyush Durani, David Rasteiro, Ogbe J Omoruyi
BACKGROUND: It is becoming more and more accepted that better aesthetic results can be obtained when the lower eyelid is considered as part of the midface when contemplating surgical rejuvenation. Descent of the orbicularis muscle and midface tissue causes malar bags, loss of volume over the tear-trough, apparent vertical lengthening of the lower eyelid, and an accentuation of the orbit-cheek junction. METHODS: We describe a triple-layer technique that effectively corrects these problems, performed under local anesthesia and via a standard subciliary incision, to separately reposition the postseptal fat, suborbicularis oculi fat, and the musculocutaneous layer of skin and orbicularis oculi...
August 2014: Aesthetic Plastic Surgery
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/24879881/the-role-of-gravity-in-periorbital-and-midfacial-aging
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Pooja Mally, Craig N Czyz, Allan E Wulc
BACKGROUND: With respect to the pathogenesis of periorbital and midfacial aging, gravity may play a greater role than volume loss. OBJECTIVES: The authors determined the effect of shifting from the upright to the supine position on specific attributes of facial appearance and ascertained whether facial appearance in the supine position bore any resemblance to its appearance in youth. METHODS: Participants who showed signs of midface aging were positioned in the upright and supine positions, and photographs were obtained during smiling and repose...
August 2014: Aesthetic Surgery Journal
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/24294406/an-analysis-of-malar-fat-volume-in-two-age-groups-implications-for-craniofacial-surgery
#14
Christina L Corey, Gerald R Popelka, Jose E Barrera, Sam P Most
Objective To evaluate how malar fat pad (MFP) volumes vary with age, after controlling for gender and body mass index (BMI). Study Design A prospective case-control study evaluating volume of the MFP in women of two age groups. Methods Soft tissue dimensions were measured in eight subjects using magnetic resonance imaging. A multiplanar localizing sequence, followed in sagittal and coronal orientations using a turbo spin echo sequence, was performed to define the MFP. Volumetric calculations were then performed using a 3D image analysis application (Dextroscope, Volume Interactions, Republic of Singapore) to circumscribe areas, orient dimensions, and calculate volumes of the MFP...
December 2012: Craniomaxillofacial Trauma & Reconstruction
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/23542845/autologous-fat-transfer-in-aesthetic-facial-recontouring
#15
Gloria Mabel Gamboa, William A Ross
Autologous fat graft transplantation has become increasingly popular in recent years. The recognition that soft tissue volume loss contributes to the aging of the face has driven the use of this procedure. Tumescent lipoaspirate provides ready accessibility of tissue for this transplantation, despite some perceived deficiencies in the predictability of volume maintenance with this method. We report our experience with immediately processed sedimented fat transfer for facial grooves and volume correction. A retrospective review of a consecutive series of 75 autologous fat transfers from October 2008 to July 2011 in 8 female patients between ages 46 and 73 years was conducted at Georgia Health Sciences University...
May 2013: Annals of Plastic Surgery
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/23515379/augmentation-blepharoplasty-a-review-of-500-consecutive-patients
#16
Patrick L Tonnard, Alexis M Verpaele, Assaf A Zeltzer
BACKGROUND: Volume loss in the upper and lower eyelids and in the malar area is now considered a major component of periorbital aging. As classical resection blepharoplasty does not address this loss, filling procedures are becoming increasingly common. OBJECTIVES: The authors present their experience with periorbital fat grafting in conjunction with routine blepharoplasty to address periorbital aging. METHODS: Outcomes were retrospectively reviewed for 500 consecutive patients who underwent blepharoplasty in conjunction with the authors' periorbital augmentation technique from January 2008 to September 2011...
March 2013: Aesthetic Surgery Journal
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/23348366/anatomic-predictors-of-unsatisfactory-outcomes-in-surgical-rejuvenation-of-the-midface
#17
Andrew A Jacono, Evan R Ransom
OBJECTIVE: To aid the aesthetic surgeon in midface analysis and selection of treatment plans offering the greatest likelihood of success in midface rejuvenation. METHODS: We performed a retrospective review of all patients who underwent surgical midface rejuvenation by a single surgeon. We recorded demographics, history, procedures, outcomes, and complications. Results of physical examination and photography were used to classify patients by volume loss, midface ptosis, skin elasticity, and skeletal anatomy...
March 1, 2013: JAMA Facial Plastic Surgery
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/23190816/validation-of-a-four-point-photographic-scale-for-the-assessment-of-midface-volume-loss-and-or-contour-deficiency
#18
Z Paul Lorenc, David Bank, Michael Kane, Xiaoming Lin, Stacy Smith
BACKGROUND: Soft-tissue augmentation with injectable fillers is commonly performed in the malar area. A four-point scale, the Medicis Midface Volume Scale, was developed and validated as an objective measure of the severity of midface volume loss. METHODS: Using a separate photographic guide, four investigators rated photographs (front and right and left sides, to provide a full view of the face) of 60 untreated subjects in random order during two sessions 2 or more weeks apart...
December 2012: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/21908808/lipofilling-with-minimal-access-cranial-suspension-lifting-for-enhanced-rejuvenation
#19
Joep C N Willemsen, Karlijn M Mulder, Hieronymus P J D Stevens
BACKGROUND: Loss of volume is an important aspect in facial aging, but its relevance is frequently neglected during treatment. OBJECTIVES: The authors discuss lipofilling as an ancillary procedure to improve the impact of facelifting procedures. METHODS: Fifty patients who underwent minimal access cranial suspension (MACS) lifting alone were retrospectively analyzed, and their results were compared to 42 retrospective cases of MACS lifting with adjuvant lipofilling...
September 2011: Aesthetic Surgery Journal
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/21239677/nonsurgical-rejuvenation-of-the-aging-face-with-injectable-poly-l-lactic-acid-for-restoration-of-soft-tissue-volume
#20
Clark Friedrich Schierle, Laurie A Casas
BACKGROUND: Characteristics of the aging face include soft tissue atrophy, loss of skin elasticity resulting in excess facial skin, and gravitational descent or ptosis of facial soft tissues. Poly-L-lactic acid (PLLA) is a synthetic biodegradable polymer that provides soft tissue augmentation through stimulation of an inflammatory tissue response with subsequent collagen deposition. OBJECTIVE: The authors discuss the special considerations inherent in facial aging, describe the mechanism of action and indications for a new PLLA filler under consideration for Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval (Sculptra Aesthetic, sanofi-aventis US, Bridgewater, New Jersey), and detail the results of a two-year off-label pilot study with the product...
January 2011: Aesthetic Surgery Journal
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