1 Injection Anatomy: Avoiding the Disastrous Complication 1
2 The Mathematics of Facial Beauty 29
3 The Temple and Forehead 63
4 The Eyebrow Revisited 77
5 Periorbital Rejuvenation 93
6 The Midface and Cheeks 119
7 Injection Rhinoplasty – Aesthetic Considerations and the Anatomical Basis for Safe Injection Techniques 131
8 The Lips 149
9 The Mandible, Jawline, and Chin 165
10 Submental Contouring 175
11 Avoidance and Management of Complications 191
In the innovative field of cosmetic dermatology, the range of products and methods available to patients is expanding all the time. Prominent among these are facial fillers, which, when injected into and beneath the skin, help alleviate wrinkles and improve smoothness. However, the many fillers on offer have varying characteristics and effects, and practitioners must be properly trained in order to administer them safely and successfully.
Injectable Fillers offers those performing these popular procedures an in-depth and far-reaching survey of current best practices, with a strong emphasis on safety. Covering everything from the science behind facial fillers to their appropriate means of application, the book places each product in context, demonstrating the pros and cons of the expanding range of hyaluronic acids and calcium hydroxylapatite microspheres, and exploring injectable submental fat reduction with sodium deoxycholate. This second edition broadens the scope of discussion to also include chin, mandible, temple, nose, brow, and forehead injections, as well as the use of cannulas as an alternative to needles.
• Derek H. Jones, MD, is a Medical Director at the Skin Care and Laser Physicians of Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, CA, USA.
• Arthur Swift, MD, is a Plastic Surgeon at the Westmount Institute of Plastic Surgery, Montreal, QC, Canada.