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Treatment of facial rejuvenation with fat restoration  [cached]
Seyed Reza Mousavi
Clinical, Cosmetic and Investigational Dermatology , 2010,
Abstract: Seyed Reza MousaviSurgical Department, Shohada Medical, Center, Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences, Tajrish, Tehran, IranObjective: To improve the compensation for fat atrophy and making the face look young and improve the mental and emotional conditions of patients.Material and methods: Our study was done from April 2003 to March 2006 with an assessment and documentation of the degree of facial lipoatrophy.Results: We have very good results in 91% of patients with no important complications.Discussion: Treatment of facial lipoatrophy is justified to overcome the physical and social consequences of facial fat loss that occur as a natural part of aging.Keywords: facial rejuvenation, facial lipoatrophy, aging
Impact on facial rejuvenation with dermatological preparations  [cached]
Patrick J Bowler
Clinical Interventions in Aging , 2009,
Abstract: Patrick J BowlerCourt House Clinics, London, UKAbstract: The treatment options for facial rejuvenation using dermatological, nonsurgical techniques have dramatically increased in the past 10 years. This follows the introduction of botulinum toxin and a variety of dermal fillers. The public interest in noninvasive treatments has changed the market beyond recognition with more physicians involved in providing services to satiate the demand. The impact on the public and medical profession is discussed.Keywords: facial aging, botulinum toxin, dermal fillers, combination therapy, cosmetic market
Impact on facial rejuvenation with dermatological preparations
Patrick J Bowler
Clinical Interventions in Aging , 2009, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.2147/CIA.S3524
Abstract: ct on facial rejuvenation with dermatological preparations Review (5135) Total Article Views Authors: Patrick J Bowler Published Date January 2009 Volume 2009:4 Pages 81 - 89 DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.2147/CIA.S3524 Patrick J Bowler Court House Clinics, London, UK Abstract: The treatment options for facial rejuvenation using dermatological, nonsurgical techniques have dramatically increased in the past 10 years. This follows the introduction of botulinum toxin and a variety of dermal fillers. The public interest in noninvasive treatments has changed the market beyond recognition with more physicians involved in providing services to satiate the demand. The impact on the public and medical profession is discussed.
Treatment of facial rejuvenation with fat restoration
Seyed Reza Mousavi
Clinical, Cosmetic and Investigational Dermatology , 2010, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.2147/CCID.S9422
Abstract: eatment of facial rejuvenation with fat restoration Original Research (4627) Total Article Views Authors: Seyed Reza Mousavi Published Date June 2010 Volume 2010:3 Pages 85 - 87 DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.2147/CCID.S9422 Seyed Reza Mousavi Surgical Department, Shohada Medical, Center, Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences, Tajrish, Tehran, Iran Objective: To improve the compensation for fat atrophy and making the face look young and improve the mental and emotional conditions of patients. Material and methods: Our study was done from April 2003 to March 2006 with an assessment and documentation of the degree of facial lipoatrophy. Results: We have very good results in 91% of patients with no important complications. Discussion: Treatment of facial lipoatrophy is justified to overcome the physical and social consequences of facial fat loss that occur as a natural part of aging.
Rejuvenecimiento facial en "doble sigma" "Double ogee" facial rejuvenation  [cached]
O. M. Ramírez,A. Novo Torres,Ch. R. Volpe
Cirugía Plástica Ibero-Latinoamericana , 2007,
Abstract: Las técnicas subperiósticas descritas por Tessier revolucionaron el tratamiento del envejecimiento facial, recomendando esta vía para tratar los signos tempranos del envejecimiento en pacientes jóvenes y de mediana edad. Psillakis refinó la técnica y Ramírez describió un método más seguro y eficaz de lifting subperióstico, demostrando que la técnica subperióstica de rejuveneciento facial se puede aplicar en el amplio espectro del envejecimiento facial. La introducción del endoscopio en el tratamiento del envejecimiento facial ha abierto una nueva era en la Cirugía Estética. Hoy la disección subperióstica asistida endocópicamente del tercio superior, medio e inferior de la cara, proporciona un medio eficaz para la reposición de los tejidos blandos, con posibilidad de aumento del esqueleto óseo craneofacial, menor edema facial postoperatorio, mínima lesión de las ramas del nervio facial y mejor tratamiento de las mejillas. Este abordaje, desarrollado y refinado durante la última década, se conoce como "Ritidectomía en Doble Sigma". El Arco Veneciano en doble sigma, bien conocido en Arquitectura desde la antigüedad, se caracteriza por ser un trazo armónico de curva convexa y a continuación curva cóncava. Cuando se observa una cara joven, desde un ángulo oblicuo, presenta una distribución característica de los tejidos, previamente descrita para el tercio medio como un arco ojival arquitectónico o una curva en forma de "S". Sin embargo, en un examen más detallado de la cara joven, en la vista de tres cuartos, el perfil completo revela una "arco ojival doble" o una sigma "S" doble. Para ver este recíproco y multicurvilíneo trazo de la belleza, debemos ver la cara en posición oblicua y así poder ver ambos cantos mediales. En esta posición, la cara joven presenta una convexidad característica de la cola de la ceja que confluye en la concavidad de la pared orbitaria lateral formando así el primer arco (superior). Este arco conecta con la convexidad superior del tercio medio facial que se une con la concavidad de la porción inferior del tercio medio (arco inferior). Los paciente con un considerable envejecimiento y ptosis de las estructuras centrales faciales se pueden beneficiar en la mayoría de los casos de nuestro abordaje endoscópico. Las cejas, las comisuras de los párpados, de los tejidos blandos nasoglaberlares, los surcos nasolabiales, la nariz, las mejillas, el ángulo de la boca y los "jowls" (mejillas de bulldog) se pueden tratar con eficacia mediante este abordaje. También las ojeras y los hundimientos orbitarios inferiores. Es eficaz también en ritidec
Facial rejuvenation for middle-aged women: a combined approach with minimally invasive procedures  [cached]
Alberto Goldman,Uwe Wollina
Clinical Interventions in Aging , 2010,
Abstract: Alberto Goldman1, Uwe Wollina21Clinica Goldman, Porto Alegre, RS, Brazil; 2Department of Dermatology and Allergology, Hospital Dresden-Friedrichstadt, Academic Teaching Hospital of the Technical University of Dresden, Dresden, GermanyAbstract: Facial rejuvenation is a significant process involved in restoring youthfulness. The introduction of less invasive procedures has increased acceptance of such procedures. Often a combination of different techniques allows individualized treatment with optimal outcomes. Furthermore, this leads to a natural look without a significant downtime. We report herein the use of such a combined approach in middle-aged women with particular emphasis on botulinum toxin type A, dermal fillers, and chemical peels.Keywords: facial rejuvenation, middle-aged females, botulinum toxin, fillers, chemical peels
Facial rejuvenation for middle-aged women: a combined approach with minimally invasive procedures
Alberto Goldman, Uwe Wollina
Clinical Interventions in Aging , 2010, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.2147/CIA.S13215
Abstract: cial rejuvenation for middle-aged women: a combined approach with minimally invasive procedures Review (5044) Total Article Views Authors: Alberto Goldman, Uwe Wollina Published Date September 2010 Volume 2010:5 Pages 293 - 299 DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.2147/CIA.S13215 Alberto Goldman1, Uwe Wollina2 1Clinica Goldman, Porto Alegre, RS, Brazil; 2Department of Dermatology and Allergology, Hospital Dresden-Friedrichstadt, Academic Teaching Hospital of the Technical University of Dresden, Dresden, Germany Abstract: Facial rejuvenation is a significant process involved in restoring youthfulness. The introduction of less invasive procedures has increased acceptance of such procedures. Often a combination of different techniques allows individualized treatment with optimal outcomes. Furthermore, this leads to a natural look without a significant downtime. We report herein the use of such a combined approach in middle-aged women with particular emphasis on botulinum toxin type A, dermal fillers, and chemical peels.
Diplopia após inje o de toxina botulínica tipo A para rejuvenescimento facial Diplopia after injection of botulinic toxin type A for facial rejuvenation
Márcia Melo de Oliveira Rassi,Lucas Henrique Barbosa dos Santos
Revista Brasileira de Oftalmologia , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/s0034-72802012000300008
Abstract: Relato de 4 casos de pacientes encaminhadas ao servi o de Ortóptica deste Hospital, que apresentaram diplopia após a inje o de toxina botulínica tipo A para rejuvenescimento facial. Nas medidas de angulo do estrabismo em posi es diagnósticas todas apresentaram microestrabismo paralítico, sendo duas por déficit da fun o do músculo oblíquo inferior e duas por déficit de fun o de músculo reto lateral. Baseados nos casos descritos, aconselha-se aos profissionais que fazem uso desta toxina para fins de rejuvenescimento facial que estejam atentos para a diplopia como efeito colateral. Report of 4 patients referred to the Orthoptics Service of this Hospital, who presented diplopia after the injection of botulinic toxin type A for facial rejuvenation.When measuring the angle of the strabismus in the diagnostic positions, all of the patients presented paralitical micro strabismus, two of them due to inferior oblique paresisand the other two due to lateral rectus paresis. Based on the cases described, we advise the professionals that make use of BTA for facial rejuvenation to be aware of diplopia as a complication.
Disección anatómica de la musculatura mímica facial: revisión iconográfica de apoyo a los tratamientos complementarios en rejuvenecimiento facial Anatomical dissection of the mimic facial musculature: iconographic review as a support to the complementary treatments in facial rejuvenation  [cached]
C. Casado Sánchez,J.R. Martínez Méndez,S. álvarez García-Pe?uela,J. Bonastre Juliá
Cirugía Plástica Ibero-Latinoamericana , 2011,
Abstract: A la hora de valorar las múltiples técnicas empleadas en el rejuvenecimiento facial y centrándonos de manera particular en aquellos procedimientos mínimamente invasivos complementarios a las intervenciones habituales en Cirugía Plástica-Estética, cobra especial relevancia el conocimiento exhaustivo de las estructuras musculares implicadas en la mímica facial. A tal efecto, se ha realizado un estudio anatómico en cadáveres frescos, en los que se han disecado las principales estructuras referidas. Se presenta un resumen iconográfico de los músculos faciales implicados, haciendo hincapié en su anatomía descriptiva y funcional, así como un recuerdo de las principales áreas problemáticas por alguna circunstancia especial (presencia de un nervio sensitivo o motor). To value the multiple technologies involved in facial rejuvenation and focusing in those minimally invasive complementary procedures to the usual Plastic and Aesthetic Surgeries, it′s very important the exhaustive knowledge of the muscular structures involved in the facial movements. To such an effect, an anatomical study has been realized in fresh corpses, dissecting the principal above-mentioned structures. We present an iconographic summary of the facial implied muscles, emphasizing in his descriptive and functional anatomy, as well as a recollection of the principal problematic areas for some special circumstance (presence of a sensory or motor nerve).
Facial Skin Rejuvenation with High Frequency Ultrasound: Multicentre Study of Dual-Frequency Ultrasound  [PDF]
Dirk Meyer-Rogge, Frank R?sken, Peter Holzschuh, Bruno D’hont, Ilja Kruglikov
Journal of Cosmetics, Dermatological Sciences and Applications (JCDSA) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/jcdsa.2012.22016
Abstract: According to modern theories, the process of skin ageing may be connected with local up-regulation of matrix metalloproteinases (MMP) and down-regulation of heat shock proteins (HSP) in the skin. In this pragmatic, non-randomised, multicentre study we investigated the skin rejuvenation effect of dual-frequency ultrasound, with frequencies of 3 and 10 MHz, which has the ability to modulate both MMPs and HSPs. It was shown that such waves can significantly improve different visual appearances of ageing skin. This safe, non-invasive method yields results that are not as marked as those shown by injecting of fillers, but can be successfully used by subjects with a broad spectrum of visual skin ageing problems, which have to be treated simultaneously.
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