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OR Snapshots – ePTFE Premaxillary-Paranasal Implant Design

Increasing the projection of the central midface at the base of the nose and upper lip involves augmenting the bony perimeter of the pyriform aperture. This anterior bony opening in the maxilla leads into the nose. At its more narrow end superiorly are the nasal bones. At its larger lower end the bone curves down Read More…

New Paranasal Implant Design for Midface Augmentation

Of all the commercially available facial implants, one of the most obscure and least commonly used is that of the paranasal implant. Augmenting the base of the nose is historically associated with rhinoplasty surgery in an effort to add overall projection to the base of the nose. It was initially seen as a nose augmentation Read More…

Facial Implants for Correction of Midface Deficiency

Implants are very useful for producing three-dimensional facial changes. By extending the outer boundaries of bony prominences, the proportions and shape of the face can be changed dramatically. Implants essentially camouflage facial bony deficiencies or enhance a normal prominence. Traditional and well known facial implants are that of the chin, cheeks, or  nose. Jaw angle Read More…

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