Aesthetic Surgery of the Craniofacial Skeleton: An Atlas by Min Li M.D., M.S., M.F.A., A. Michael Sadove M.D., John J.

By Min Li M.D., M.S., M.F.A., A. Michael Sadove M.D., John J. Coleman III M.D. (auth.)

Aesthetic surgical procedure of the Craniofacial Skeleton is a distinct atlas featuring particular strategies for classy craniofacial surgical procedure in a complete and simply comprehensible kind. With over one hundred ninety advantageous line drawings especially created for this quantity, this publication could have multifaceted purposes; as an operation handbook for the classy craniofacial health professional, a reference resource for the overall plastic health professional, and as an introductory textual content for citizens in craniofacial, reconstructive, oral, head and neck surgical procedure. It comprises with reference to a hundred osteotomy equipment and significant details on sufferer choice, preoperative strategies, issues and implants.

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Actually, this guard and burr can be used via a small incision while bone is removed in any area where preservation of the overlying soft tissue is mandatory (Fig. 6-35). Method This osteotomy is made vertically between the teeth by a small rotary saw with only compact bone cut. Care must be taken to prevent injuring the inferior alveolar neurovascular bundle (Fig. 6-36). Chapter 6 Osteotomy Methods Figure 6-34 Figure 6-35 Figure 6-36 51 52 Aesthetic Surgery of the Craniofacial Skeleton Method The lower buccal sulcus incision is made for the exposure with subperiosteal dissection performed on the mental surface.

The burr holes are drilled about 6 cm apart, along the line of the craniotomy. With a blunt curved Adson periosteal elevator, the dura is gently separated from the bone between the burr holes. The craniotomy is completed using a neuro blade with a dura guard (Fig. 6-4). Method This osteotomy is performed horizontally at the level just above the orbital roof. During this procedure, the brain is protected by a malleable retractor (Fig. 6-5). Method After the frontal craniotomy is completed, the fossa crania anterior is exposed by retracting the brain posteriorly.

6-19). Method After the completion of the craniotomy, a narrow osteotome is placed at the foramen caecum and an osteotomy is made parallel to the nasal bridge on the upper nasal septum. The nasal septum separation at the level of the nasal floor is usually completed by a double-ball osteotome via the upper buccal sulcus incision or the nasal vestibular incision (Fig. 6-20). Method After the completion of the craniotomy, the brain is retracted and protected by a malleable retractor. A narrow edge osteotome is placed posteriorly to the crista galli and directed posterior-inferiorly.

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