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Cosmetic Injectable Fillers, An Issue of Facial Plastic Surgery Clinics of North America

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Injectables and Fillers become ever more prominent in the field of rejuvenative surgery as the trend is to minimally invasive and non-invasive techniques for rejuvenation. This publication, edited by pre-eminent leader in the field, Corey Maas, presents a useful approach for the practicing facial plastic surgeon, plastic surgeon, dermatologist, oculoplast, or cosmetic oral surgeon. The highlight of the issue is a section focusing on "Contemporary Approach to Cosmetic/Aesthetic Fillers" from Core Experts, who present how they plan for the specific patient and anatomic area, techniques used, and pearls for best outcomes, such as what they use, why they use them, how much they use, needles or cannulas, etc. Detailed anatomic depictions alongside clinical views are presented. In addition to the surgical "how I do it" are articles on Understanding the Tissue-Device Interface;  Complications and Management of Aesthetic Injectable Fillers; Case for synthetic Injectables; and Perspective on the Current Filler Market.
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Injectables and Fillers become ever more prominent in the field of rejuvenative surgery as the trend is to minimally invasive and non-invasive techniques for rejuvenation. This publication, edited by pre-eminent leader in the field, Corey Maas, presents a useful approach for the practicing facial plastic surgeon, plastic surgeon, dermatologist, oculoplast, or cosmetic oral surgeon. The highlight of the issue is a section focusing on "Contemporary Approach to Cosmetic/Aesthetic Fillers" from Core Experts, who present how they plan for the specific patient and anatomic area, techniques used, and pearls for best outcomes, such as what they use, why they use them, how much they use, needles or cannulas, etc. Detailed anatomic depictions alongside clinical views are presented. In addition to the surgical "how I do it" are articles on Understanding the Tissue-Device Interface;  Complications and Management of Aesthetic Injectable Fillers; Case for synthetic Injectables; and Perspective on the Current Filler Market.
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      9780323413305
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      9780323413305
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      Dec 7, 2021
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    Elsevier
  • Publication Date
    Nov 2, 2015
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