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Plastic Surgery Case Study – The Addition of Custom Supralateral Orbital Rim implants to Infraorbital Rim Implants for Circumferential Orbital Augmentation

Background: The bones around the eye consist of three rim segments, supraorbital, lateral orbital and infraorbital rims. The medial aspect of the orbital bone that completes its circumference is not a convex rim of bone but a concave surface. All of the orbital rims can be aesthetically augmented of which the brow bones (supraorbital rim) Read More…

Techniques and Outcomes in Nonsurgical (Injectable) Rhinoplasty

While reshaping of the nose is permanently done by a surgical rhinoplasty, temporary changes can be achieved with injectable fillers. While an injectable or non-surgical rhinoplasty can not accomplish the diverse number of changes that surgery can do, it can be effective in specific augmentative nose changes. Fillers work well for increasing tip projection, eliminating Read More…

Basic Concepts in Jaw Reduction II. Bony Jaw Reduction

Bony jaw reduction consists of different techniques in the location and extent of lower facial reshaping than does masseter muscle reduction. Known as jaw shaving, jaw contouring, or most commonly V-line surgery, this collection of procedures removes bone from the length of the lower jaw to change its shape and size. Jaw bone reshaping can Read More…

Alignment of the Nose In Rhinoplasty Using the Fix Down Concept

Rhinoplasty is one of the oldest procedures in plastic surgery as the well understood term ‘nosejob’ implies. One of the most basic maneuvers in this surgery is the reduction of a hump to achieve a straighter dorsal profile. Most techniques to reduce a hump are from the ‘top down’ by excision and the nasal bones Read More…

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