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 process that enables the health practitioner to sculpt the face and fix it to its traditional attractiveness. fats is harvested from fattier components of the physique via a suction method and injected into the face with a small cannula. The fats transferred turns into integrated as residing tissue and the implications are tremendous durable. The booklet publications readers via this technique with easy-to-follow directions and greater than 2 hundred full-color step by step illustrations.
Two DVDs accompanying the publication include video clips demonstrating the approach and pitfalls.
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Qxd 12/10/2006 3:59 PM Page 24 quark4 Books-Arts:GRBT175-LAM:Chapters:CH02: Techbooks [PPG-Quark] 24 A Complementary Fat Grafting B Figure 2-16 Characteristic age-related changes in the anterior cheek include development of a malar depression, malar mound, and decreased anterior projection. These features of the facial surface anatomy are effectively demonstrated using the Vectra 3D System (Canfield Scientific, Fairfield, NJ). A: Pre-operative contour image created by the Vectra 3D System. B: Post-operative fat transfer contour image created by the Vectra 3D System.
Fat infiltration into the temple and below the superior orbital rim constitutes an advanced technique and thus may not be needed for all patients (as discussed in a following section of this chapter). Next, the entire inferior orbital rim is anesthetized from entry site A (Fig. 3-6, Point 13). It should be understood that anesthesia is distributed evenly all the way from the entry site to the targeted site for fat placement (in this case, the inferior orbital rim), anesthetizing the entire passage that the infiltration cannula will traverse: These anesthetic territories are indicated by the shaded color areas in Figure 3-6.
2-14). The lateral cheek corresponds with the palpable zygomatic arch. Evaluation of the degree of volume deficiency during the preoperative evaluation can influence whether only a standard amount of fat is placed into the cheek (during the volumetric A B Figure 2-13A: A patient with pseudoherniated fat and a visible tear trough preoperatively. B: The patient is shown following fat transfer to the inferior orbital rim, nasojugal groove, and tear trough in conjunction with transconjunctival lower blepharoplasty in which medial and central fat was removed.