Midface: Clinical Anatomy and Regional Approaches with Injectable Fillers.

  title={Midface: Clinical Anatomy and Regional Approaches with Injectable Fillers.},
  author={Sebastian Cotofana and Thilo Ludwig Schenck and Patrick Tr{\'e}vidic and Jonathan Sykes and Guy G Massry and Steven Liew and Miles H Graivier and Steven H Dayan and Mauricio de Maio and Rebecca Fitzgerald and John T. Andrews and B Kent Remington},
  journal={Plastic and reconstructive surgery},
  volume={136 5 Suppl},
The clinical approach towards the midface is one of the most important interventions for practitioners when treating age-related changes of the face. Currently a plethora of procedures are used and presented. However, few of these approaches have been validated or passed review board assigned evaluations. Therefore, it is the aim of this work to establish a guideline manual for practitioners for a safe and effective mid-face treatment based on the most current concepts of facial anatomy. The… CONTINUE READING
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