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Illustrated Manual of Injectable Fillers, Neil S. Sadick, 1138733954, 9781138733954, 978-1138733954

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سال انتشار: 2020
زبان کتاب: انگلیسی
فرمت فایل: PDF
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This practical text clearly evaluates the uses, limitations, and compositions of the growing variety of available fillers involved in face and body rejuvenation. It includes detailed techniques for facial analysis and diagnosis of aging conditions to help provide patients with safe, reliable, and aesthetically pleasing results, including preventing and properly treating potential complications of filler usage. With new chapters on limb and torso injections and combination treatments, this new edition will be an invaluable resource for all aesthetic practitioners

1. Introduction to Structural Volumetric Rejuvenation
Cosmetic Surgery Trends
Evolution of the Field
Injectable Fillers
Short€-Term Fillers
Collagens
Hyaluronic Acid
Intermediate to Long-Term Fillers
Calcium Hydroxylapatite
Polycaprolactone
Poly-L-Lactic Acid
Permanent Fillers
Other Considerations
Conclusion
2. Filler Biologic Properties and Techniques
Introduction
Currently Available Fillers and Their Biologic Properties
Autologous Fat Transfer
Hyaluronic Acid
Calcium Hydroxylapatite
Sculptra
Bellafill Polymethyl Methacrylate
Basics of Treatment Planning
Injection Techniques
Conclusion
References
3. Choosing an Ideal Filler for Your Patient
How to Choose the Ideal Filler
Patient Selection, Filler Selection--Where Do They Intersect?
Biodegradable Passive Fillers
Collagen
Hyaluronic Acid
Calcium Hydroxylapatite
Biodegradable Active Filler
Poly-L-lactic Acid
Synthetic Active Fillers
Polymethyl Methacrylate
Summary
References
4. Anatomy of the Forehead and Periocular Region
Introduction
Bony Anatomy
Musculature and Innervations
Fat Pads and Ligaments
References
5. Volumetric Approach to the Upper Face
Introduction
Treatment of the Temporal Area
Treatment of the Brow Area
Treatment of the Glabella
Conclusion
References
6. Anatomy of the Midface
Introduction
The Bony Midface
Midface Musculature and Facial Nerve
Adipose Tissue, Fat Pads, and the SMAS
Ligaments and Cutaneous Anatomy
References
7. Volumetric Approach to Midfacial Rejuvenation
Introduction
Region 1: Infraorbital Rim
Region 2: Cheek
Region 3: Buccal
Region 4: Nasolabial Fold
Postinjection Care and Management of Complications
Autologous Fat Transfer
Conclusion
References
8. Anatomy of the Lower Face and Neck
Introduction
The Osseous Lower Face and Neck
Musculature and Innervation of the Lower Face and Neck
SMAS, Ligaments, and Adipose Tissue
References
9. Volumetric Approach to Lower Facial Rejuvenation
Introduction
Jawline
Chin
Lower Lip Vertical Rhytides
Labiomental Sulcus
Postinjection Care and Management of Complications
Autologous Fat Transfer
Conclusion
References
10. Volumetric Approach to the Lips
Introduction
Anatomy
Injection Methods
Materials for Injection
Hyaluronic Acid
Neuromodulators
Complications
Summary
References
11. Hand Augmentation Using Injectable Fillers
Introduction
Features of the Aging Hand
Hand Anatomy
Volar Hand
Hand Dorsum
Approach to Hand Rejuvenation With Fillers
Patient Selection
Patient Expectations
Patient Evaluation
Injection Technique
Injectable Fillers Used for Hand Rejuvenation
Calcium Hydroxylapatite
Hyaluronic Acid
Poly-L-Lactic Acid
Autologous Fat Grafting
Potential Complications and Management
Conclusion
References
12. Injectable Poly-L-Lactic Acid for the Arms
Introduction
Review of the Literature
Author's Recommendations on the Dilution Method and Injection Technique
Reconstitution of the Product
Patient Preparation
Injection Technique
Adverse Events
Results
References
13. Using Fillers in the Abdomen and Buttocks
Background and Anatomical Considerations
Abdomen
Gluteal Region
Filler Reconstitution
Injection Technique
Abdomen
Gluteal Region
References
14. Using Fillers to Treat Cellulite
Introduction
Anatomical Considerations
Patient Selection
Technique
Results
Adverse Events and Complications
References
15. Complications of Fillers and Their Management
Introduction
Classification of Fillers
Temporary Fillers
Semipermanent Fillers
Permanent Fillers
FDA Approval for Safety and Efficacy
Adverse Events and Complications
Mechanical Trauma
Improper Filler Placement
Infection
Anatomic Site
Allergic Reactions
Temporary Fillers
Semipermanent Fillers
Permanent Fillers
Management of Immediate Side Effects and Complications
Edema and Ecchymosis
Management of Early Side Effects and Complications
Hypersensitivity/Anaphylactoid Reactions
Beading (Lumps, Nodules)
Vascular Occlusion
Necrosis
Blindness
Management of Late Side Effects and Complications
Granulomas/Nodules
Biofilms
Lymphedema/Occlusions
Conclusions
References
16. Combination Approaches: Using Fillers With Toxins and Energy-Based Devices
Introduction
Neurotoxins and Energy-Based Devices
Botulinum Neurotoxins
Lasers and Light Devices
Radiofrequency Devices
Microfocused Ultrasound with Visualization
Why Combine?
Sequence and Timing of a Combined Approach
Recommendations for Combination Therapy
Upper Face
Brow Ptosis
Temple Volume Loss
Forehead Rhytides
Glabellar Rhytides
Periocular Rhytides (Crow's Feet)
Midface
Cheek Volume Replacement
Infraorbital Area
Nose
Photodamage
Lower Face
Perioral Region
Radial Cheek Lines
Jawline and Chin
Conclusion
References
Index