By Jung I. Park MD PhD FACS, Dean M. Toriumi MD
This designated how-to atlas provides in-depth, targeted, richly illustrated insurance of beauty surgeries that practice particularly to the Asian sufferer. Dr. Park, a pioneer during this box, besides Dr. Toriumi and a bunch of world specialists current strategies for and pitfalls of plastic surgery within the Asian inhabitants. inside of, you will discover insurance of innovations no longer in general present in different Asian plastic surgery texts, together with the one suture approach and the debulking process for double eyelid surgical procedure · anatomy for maxillofacial surgical procedure · premaxillary relief · and more.
- Discusses the anatomic modifications among humans of eu descent and the Asian sufferer.
- Covers power difficulties particular to Asian sufferers, together with uneven eyelid creases · undesirably formed eyelid crease · hollowness · "Westernization" · overly excessive eyelid crease · a number of creases · eyelid ptosis · scarring after epicanthal fold surgical procedure · and extra.
- Features augmentation rhinoplasty―covering either using alloplastic fabric and organic grafts
- LDetails the only suture process and the debulking process for double eyelid surgical procedure · anatomy for maxillofacial surgical procedure · premaxillary aid · mandibulogram · aesthetic facial skeletal surgical procedure · cheek dimple production · mandible perspective aid · and Botox injection for masseteric hypertrophy.
- Uses 750 illustrations―most in complete color―that depict each nuance of each process so that you can quick grab every one concept.
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When the crease height is ≤8 mm above the ciliary margin and the vertical height of the tarsus is ≥8 mm, the skin can be securely ﬁxed to the tarsus using the tarsodermal ﬁxation technique (Figure 4-2, A to C). The best candidate for this technique is the patient who has heavy eyelids and thick skin with a thick fatty layer. Loosening of the fold is minimal for this patient population. When the crease height is set at >8 mm and the vertical height of the tarsus is <8 mm, it is impossible to ﬁx the skin to the tarsus.
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