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Removal of Symptomatic Permanent Lip Filler By Open Excision

The role of permanent fillers in aesthetic facial augmentation remains controversial. While some patients experience good long-term results, others can develop complications such as hard nodules, undesired overfilling, irregularities and even inflammatory reactions. While more commonly used temporary injectable fillers can also experience these same issues, they are more easily reversed either by secondary injection Read More…

Forehead Augmentation with Fat Injections for Enhanced Convexity

Forehead augmentation is most reliably done using different bone-based augmentation materials. Whether it is bone cements or a custom implant design made from the patient’s 3D CT scan, they reliable create forehead shape changes with a strong push off of the bone’s surface. Despite its reliability, implant-based forehead augmentation is not for everyone due to Read More…

Techical Strategies – The Perforated ePTFE Paranasal-Maxillary Midface Implant

Paranasal augmentation has been done using various techniques for differing anatomic reasons. By history paranasal augmentation meant the placement of a bony implant for a skeletally deficient midface often done in conjunction with rhinoplasty typically in Asian patient with flatter midface profiles. Since the introduction of injectable fillers and with increasing use of fat injections, Read More…

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