Rejuvenation of the midface by elevating the malar fat pad: review of technique, cases, and complications.

@article{Cordier2002RejuvenationOT,
  title={Rejuvenation of the midface by elevating the malar fat pad: review of technique, cases, and complications.},
  author={Benoit C De Cordier and Jorge I. de la Torre and Mazin S Al-Hakeem and Laurence Z. Rosenberg and Ant{\'o}nio Costa-Ferreira and Paul M Gardner and Rachael Fix and Luis O. V{\'a}sconez},
  journal={Plastic and reconstructive surgery},
  year={2002},
  volume={110 6},
  pages={1526-36; discussion 1537-40}
}
The midface is an area where definite and consistent improvement is still hard to achieve. Vertical suspension of the malar fat pad is an effective midface lift that complements facial rejuvenation to obtain an overall appearance of youth and beauty while maintaining the personal features of the patient. To substantiate its effectiveness, the authors evaluated the complications and long-term results of the malar fat pad elevation proper and in conjunction with other facial procedures. A… CONTINUE READING

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