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The Effectiveness of Injectable Fat Grafting In Parry-Romberg Syndrome

Parry-Romberg Syndrome, sometimes called craniofacial linear scleroderma, is a are tissue atrophy disease. With a pathologic origin yet unknown it results in the onset of tissue atrophy seen externally as lines of indentation typically associated with the sensory branches of the trigeminal nerve. It s not seen at birth but begins later in childhood or Read More…

Assessment of the Effectiveness of the Endoscopic Temporal Browlift

Browlifting is often part of periorbital rejuvenation, whether it is done combined with blepharoplasties or, less frequently, in isolation. The most common type of browlift used today is the endoscopic technique primarily because of the limited incisions used. It’s effectiveness is based on two basic principles, adequate brow tissue release and a method for fixation Read More…

The Custom Eyemask Implant for Aesthetic Periorbital Augmentation

Custom implants can be designed for may different aesthetic facial needs. While they are most commonly perceived as being used for the midface (cheeks ad infraorbital rims) and lower face (chin and jawline) they are also used for the upper face as well. Forehead and brow bone augmentations can be done with custom implant designs Read More…

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