By Samuel M. Lam MD, Mark J. Glasgold MD, Robert A. Glasgold MD
This book/DVD set is a completely illustrated ''how-to'' advisor to facial fats move, a brand new facial rejuvenation method that enables the health professional to sculpt the face and restoration it to its ordinary good looks. fats is harvested from fattier parts of the physique via a suction procedure and injected into the face with a small cannula. The fats transferred turns into included as dwelling tissue and the consequences are tremendous durable. The publication publications readers via this approach with easy-to-follow directions and greater than 2 hundred full-color step by step illustrations.
Two DVDs accompanying the ebook comprise video clips demonstrating the approach and pitfalls.
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Harvesting the Fat Instrumentation Refer to Table 3-5 throughout this section’s discussion. A 10-cc Luer-Lok syringe outfitted with a 3-mm bullet-tip harvesting cannula (Tulip Medical Inc. , Mesa, AZ) is recommended for fat harvesting. 1-mm multiport harvesting cannula, which we will sometimes use in women who are extremely concerned with any incision (Fig. 3-7). One cc of 25% Albumin (Baxter, Deerfield, IL) is drawn into each syringe before the harvesting cannula is attached. Albumin helps to maintain equalized oncotic pressure, thereby reducing the incidence of lipolysis during harvesting (Fig.
Temporal fat transfer can be technically challenging (described as an advanced technique in Chapter 3) and should generally only be undertaken once the surgeon has greater experience with fat transfer. Browlift procedures and facelift procedures with extension into the temporal region preclude simultaneous temporal fat transfer. Midface The midface is often the most important area for fat transfer because it provides the essential frame for the eye. qxd 12/10/2006 3:55 PM Page 17 quark4 Books-Arts:GRBT175-LAM:Chapters:CH02: Techbooks [PPG-Quark] Chapter 2 Preoperative Evaluation 17 A B Figure 2-5A, B: This patient had a transconjunctival blepharoplasty with fat transfer to the lower eyelid and cheek, achieving the ideal youthful convexity of the lower eyelid/cheek complex.
Next, the zygomaticotemporal branch of the maxillary division of the trigeminal nerve, located along the superolateral aspect of the orbital rim, is anesthetized (Point 3). Continuing medially, the supraorbital bundle of the ophthalmic branch of the trigeminal nerve is infiltrated (Point 4). The fifth injection site is situated along the lateral nasal wall midway along its length in order to minimize the discomfort associated with fat infiltration in this sensitive area (Point 5). The sixth point corresponds to fat infiltration entry site A: It is located inferolateral to the malar depression along a horizontal axis extending from the base of the nasal ala (Point 6).