Injectable fillers for volume replacement in the aging face.

  title={Injectable fillers for volume replacement in the aging face.},
  author={Timothy M Greco and Marcelo Barros Antunes and Seth A Yellin},
  journal={Facial plastic surgery : FPS},
  volume={28 1},
In recent years, there has been a better understanding of the aging process. In addition to changes occurring in the skin envelope, significant changes occur in the subcutaneous fat and craniofacial skeleton. This has led to a paradigm shift in the therapeutic approach to facial rejuvenation. Along with soft tissue repositioning, volumizing the aging face has been found to optimize the result and achieve a more natural appearance. Early in the aging process, when there has not been a… CONTINUE READING


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