By Jose Maria Serra-Renom, Jose Maria Serra-Mestre
This atlas presents a concise evaluate of the main of fats grafting and its medical functions to regard getting older within the valuable parts of the face in a minimally invasive demeanour. The authors begin with a quick description of the anatomical foundation of facial getting older and through offering present facial rejuvenation recommendations. right here the emphasis is at the technique of harvesting and getting ready macro-, micro-, intradermal and nano-fat for injection. because of the book’s a number of illustrations and brief descriptions, readers will locate priceless details on the place and the way to inject the fats mixed with the authors’ person thoughts and refinements. getting older is an immense factor in today’s society. Facial rejuvenation techniques search to reinforce the ultimate end result and sturdiness of surgical procedure and to reduce drawbacks. the present development is to exploit much less invasive equipment requiring fewer incisions, which produce extra natural-looking effects. This atlas indicates the authors’ own concepts to assist in achieving that goal.
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Extraction is possible only with one incision, but we prefer to make two and to cross the tunnels above and below the site where the fat is obtained (Fig. 5). 5 Back of the Thigh Sometimes it is necessary to remove fat from more areas, if, for example, more volume is needed or if no fat is available Fig. 1 Donor sites in the usual sites. In these cases we use the back of the thigh (Fig. 6). This is also a useful area, but the disadvantage is that the patient has to be turned over. 6 Inner Side of the Knee The inner side of the knee is a frequently used donor site especially in young, thin women because it is an area where there is always a small accumulation of fat in women (though not in men).
Fontdevila J, Serra-Renom JM, Raigosa M, Berenguer J, Guisantes E, Prades E, et al. Assessing the long-term viability of facial fat grafts: an objective measure using computed tomography. Aesthet Surg J. 2008;28:380–6. 7. Coleman SR, Katzel EB. Fat grafting for facial filling and regeneration. Clin Plast Surg. 2015;42:289–300. 8. Zhu M, Xie Y, Zhu Y, Chai G, Li Q. A novel noninvasive threedimensional volumetric analysis for fat-graft survival in facial recontouring using the 3L and 3M technique.
3 Marginal Mandibular Branch This branch can be identified in the mandible approximately 2 cm lateral to the oral commissure. At this point, by drawing a circle of around 2 cm, we can define the area where the nerve surfaces . References 19 Injury to this branch creates an asymmetry in the mouth, which is most evident while smiling. The function of the branch is to mobilize the depressor muscles of the lower lip and the corner of the mouth. then the needle is used in an intradermal plane following the lines of the wrinkle.
Atlas of Minimally Invasive Facelift: Facial Rejuvenation with Volumetric Lipofilling by Jose Maria Serra-Renom, Jose Maria Serra-Mestre