Lower Lid and Midface: Multispecialty Approach, An Issue of Clinics in Plastic Surgery
Following the popular success of the first volume published by Dr Azizzadeh and Dr Massry among cosmetic surgeons and physicians, the Editors present a second Multispecialty volume, this one dedicated to Midface and Lower face rejuvenation. The Editors have once again selected an expert team of Editors spanning the practices of Plastic Surgery, Oculoplastic Surgery, Facial Plastic Surgery, and Dermatology, with expert Authors presenting anatomy, techniques, procedure planning, complications, and outcomes in each specialty field. Topics are planned on: Complications of Lower Blepharoplasty and Midface lifting; Deep Plane Face Lifting for Midface Rejuvenation; The Transeyelid Midface Lift; Management of Post-blepharoplasty Lower Eyelid Retraction; Contemporary Thoughts on Lower Eyelid/Midface Aging; Aesthetic Canthal Suspension; Dark Circles: Etiology and Management Options; Laser Resurfacing Applications for Periocular Rejuvenation; Non-Resurfacing Approaches for Lower Eyelid Rejuvenation; Skin Care For The Lower Lids: "Bags," "Dark Circles," and "Wrinkles;" Volumetric Strategies for the Lower Lid and Midface; Transcutaneous Lower Lid Blepharoplasty With and Without Fat Repositioning; Fat Grafting of the Lower Lid and Midface; Transtemporal Midface Lifting to Blend the Lower Eyelid Cheek Junction; Utilizing a New Classification of Midfacial Aging to Customize Multimodality Midface Rejuvenation Surgery; Transconjunctival Lower Lid Blepharoplasty with and without Fat Repositioning, among others. Any practitioner of cosmetic facial procedures, invasive, minimally invasive, or non-invasive, will receive a wealth of information from expert practitioners who obtain excellent results.
|Author Informaiton||By Babak Azizzadeh, MD, FACS, Director, The Center for Facial and Nasal Plastic Surgery, Assistant Clinical Professor of Surgery, David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, Audrey Skirball-Kenis Center for Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Beverly Hills, California|
|Published Reviews||"Overall, the book follows in the tradition of earlier Clinics in Plastic Surgery publications, and provides a great collection of current articles on this relevant topic. The contributing chapter authors come from an expert group consisting of plastic surgeons, head and neck surgeons, as well as oculoplastic surgeons, many holding posts at teaching programs and respected in their fields of expertise. Since this is a compilation of a dozen authors, it is understandable that the art illustrations are somewhat variable. Overall, the quality of the photographs is excellent. It is an excellent collection of current concepts in this field and will be most useful for specialists in plastic surgery, head and neck surgery, facial plastic surgery, ophthalmology, oculoplastic surgery, and cosmetic dermatology, as well as residents and house staff. Rating: 4 of 5 stars." - Review by William P. Chen, MD for Aesthetic Surgery Journal, published December 29, 2015.|
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