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•Section I Introduction
1.Facial Aesthetic Surgery in Oral & Maxillofaciall Surgery: Past, Present and Future
2 Multi-Disciplinary Approach: A New Shift in Facial Aesthetic Surgery Paradigm
•Section II Principles and Baselines
3 Facial Aesthetic Units
4 Facial Analysis & Clinical Evaluation Charts
5 Principles of Facial Photography
6 Review of Surgical Anatomy to Avoid Complications
•Section III Facial Bone Contouring: Genioplasty
7 Augmentation Genioplasty
8 Reduction Genioplasty
9 Alloplastic Mentoplasty
10 Q/A Discussion: Commentary on Genioplasty
•Section IV Facial Bone Contouring: Malarplasty
11 Malar Augmentation
12 Malar Reduction
•Section V Facial Bone Contouring: Other Aesthetic Units
13 Mandibular Angle Reduction
14 Mandibular Angle Augmentation
15 Paranasal Augmentation
16 Frontal Bossing Reduction
17 Conventional Facial Prosthesis
18 Facial Contouring by Facial Implants
19 Cosmetic Considerations in Shot Gun Patients
20 Q/A Discussion: Commentary on Facial Contouring
•Section VI New Trends in Rhinoplasty
21 Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty
22 Novel Techniques in Rhinoplasty
23 Controversies in Rhinoplasty
24 Key Points in Thick Skin Patients for Better Aesthetic Results
25 Multi-Operated Nose
26 Minimally Invasive Rhinoplasty
27 Aesthetic Complications in Rhinoplasty: an Overview
28 Q/A Discussion: Commentary on Rhinoplasty
•Section VII Office based Procedures
29 Dermal Fillers:Anatomy,Techniques and New Horizons
30 Complications in Filler Injection
31 Botulinum Toxin
32 Fat Grafting
33 Chemical Peel
34 Laser Resurfacing in Combination with Other Esthetic Procedures
35 Plasma Jet Therapy
36 Hypo therapy and RF Therapy
37 Platelet Concentration Materials
38 Newer Approaches on non-Surgical Facial Rejuvenation
39 New Horizons in Hair Transplant
40 Q/A Discussion: Commentary on Non Invasive Procedures
•Section VIII Cleft lip and Plate
41 New Trends in Cleft Lip and Plate Repair
42 New Trends in Orthognathic surgery in Cleft Patients
43 New Trends in Rhinoplasty in Cleft Patients
44 Q/A Discussion :Commentary on Cleft Patients
•Section IX Blepharoplasty
45 Upper eyelid Blepharoplasty
46 Lower Eyelid Belpharoplasty
48 Q/A Discussion:Commentary on Blepharoplasty
•Section X Lifting Procedures
49 New Trends in Mid Face lift
50 New Trends in Brow Lift and Forehead Lift
51 New Trends in Neck Lift
52 Controversies in Face Lift Surgery
53 Lip Lift
54 Open and Close Liposuction
55 Thread Lift
56 Face Transplant
57 Otoplasty
58 Q/A Discussion: Commentary on Lifting Procedures
•Section XI Orthognatic Surgery
59 Implant Assisted Orthognathic Surgery
60 Computer Assisted Orthognathic Surgery from Prediction to Navigation
61 Combined Rhinoplasty and Orthognathic Surgery
62 New Trends in Distraction Osteogenesis
63 Orthognathic Surgery in Childhood and Young Patients
64 First Surgery Concept
65 Commentary on Computer Assisted Surgery
•Section XII Intra Oral Plastic Surgeries
66 Lip Repositioning
67 Intra-Oral Esthetic and Plastic Surgeries
68 Use of Buccal Fat Pad in Facial Cosmetic Surgery
69 Full Mouth Rehabilitation by Extra-Periosteal Implants
70 Q/A Discussion: Commentary on Intra-Oral Plastic Surgeries.

Physical attractiveness, in particular the aesthetics of the face, has a significant impact on the social life and daily interaction of individuals as well as one’s general perception of life. Proper surgical planning for aesthetic facial surgery requires a meticulous analysis of the patient’s current and desired facial features from the perspective of both soft and hard tissues. Significantly greater changes to facial aesthetics can be made via the alteration of the main bony structures of the face than by alteration of soft tissue and skin alone. Various surgical and clinical techniques are available for the augmentation, reduction or refinement of the most prominent aspects of facial aesthetics, such as alterations to the cheek, chin, nose, para-nasal area, as well as the angle of the jaw. These techniques can be categorized as office-based or non-invasive techniques (filler injections, facial liposculpture or liposuction to modify the soft tissue of the face) and invasive surgical interventions such as facial prosthesis and maxillofacial osteotomies. In order to achieve the optimum aesthetic results for patients who undergo bi-maxillary or mono-maxillary orthognathic surgery, it is of paramount importance to utilize a hard and soft-tissue integrated approach. These integrated approaches have utilized the latest techniques in 3-dimentional printing, computer-assisted surgery, tissue engineering and stem-cell therapy in order to achieve positive and lasting outcomes.
Integrated Procedures in Facial Cosmetic Surgery includes chapters that focus on facial analysis and clinical evaluation and best practices in surgical techniques such as: principles of bone contouring; genioplasty; mentoplasty; malarplasty; rhinoplasty; orthognatic surgery and intra-oral plastic surgery; lifting procedures like blepharoplasty; surgical approaches to cleft lip and palate surgery; as well as the principles of facial photography.
Written by a team of renowned international experts, this textbook features over 1000 original photographs, fully illustrating each procedure in a stepwise manner. Integrated Procedures in Facial Cosmetic Surgery is an essential companion for oral and maxillofacial surgeons, plastic surgeons and otolaryngologists, as well as for cosmetic surgeons and clinical residents dealing with face rejuvenation and also ,Dentists ,Prosthodontists ,periodontists,radiologists,General surgeons,Dermatologists.

• Includes both surgical and office-based procedures, all clearly presented with indications and golden rules
• Presents a comprehensive approach to face remodeling and rejuvenation
• Describes all techniques and results step by step, with over 200 color pictures