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Injectable Augmentation of the Lateral Orbital Rim Area for Enhanced Eye Appearance

Augmentation of the periorbital region is most commonly associated with infraorbital (undereye) and supraorbital (brow bone) areas. By far this is most commonly done with various synthetic injectable materials, such as hyaluronic acid and calcium hydroxyapatite materials, or with fat injections. There is far less requests and experience for lateral orbital rim augmentation. Although in Read More…

OR Snapshots – ePTFE Orbital Rim Implant for Undereye Hollowing

The treatment of undereye hollows is most commonly done by injection techniques. Using synthetic fillers and autologous fat, adding volume to the deficient infraorbital rim by injection offer an immediate voluminizing effect in a non-surgical manner. When effective these injections are very treatments even if their volume effects are not maintained long-term. But the infraorbital Read More…

Understanding the Zones of Midface Implants

  Facial implants have come a long way in the past two decades with the introduction of dozens of different styles. One of the expanding facial implant areas is that of the midface. Known commonly as the cheek, it has become recognized that its anatomy is more complex than a single implant design can adequately Read More…

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