Retaining ligaments of the face: review of anatomy and clinical applications.

@article{Alghoul2013RetainingLO,
  title={Retaining ligaments of the face: review of anatomy and clinical applications.},
  author={Mohammed S. Alghoul and M. Codner},
  journal={Aesthetic surgery journal},
  year={2013},
  volume={33 6},
  pages={
          769-82
        }
}
The retaining ligaments of the face are important in understanding concepts of facial aging and rejuvenation. They are located in constant anatomic locations where they separate facial spaces and compartments. Their superficial extensions form subcutaneous septa that separate facial fat compartments. Their main significance relates to their surgical release in order to achieve the desired aesthetic outcome. Furthermore, they have a sentinel role in their anatomic relationship to facial nerve… Expand
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