Aesthetic Surgery of the Craniofacial Skeleton: An Atlas
Min Li (M.D.)
Springer, Jan 1, 1997 - Medical - 174 pages
Aesthetic Surgery of the Craniofacial Skeleton is a unique atlas presenting specific procedures for aesthetic craniofacial surgery in a comprehensive and easily understandable style. With over 190 fine line drawings specially created for this volume, this book will have multifaceted applications; as an operation manual for the aesthetic craniofacial surgeon, a reference source for the general plastic surgeon, and as an introductory text for residents in craniofacial, reconstructive, oral, head and neck surgery. It includes close to 100 osteotomy methods and imperative information on patient selection, preoperative procedures, complications and implants.
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aesthetic craniofacial surgery bilaterally blepharoplasty bone graft buccal sulcus incision canine fossae chin class III occlusion coronal incision craniofacial skeleton craniofacial surgery craniotomy curved osteotome deformity dental apices dissection is performed double-ball osteotome drill employed Fig Evaluation On lateral Evaluation The patient Exposure is provided facial Figure fixation Fig fixation is employed foramen graft is inserted greenstick fracture horizontal osteotomy inferior orbital fissure lateral orbital rim lateral view lower buccal sulcus malar eminences mandible mandibular angle maxilla maxillary sinus medial orbital wall metal miniplate mucosa mucosal incision nasal bridge nasal floor nasal septum occlusion Fig operation orbital contents protected orbital floor Osteotomy A coronal osteotomy is performed oval burr paranasal osteotomy paranasal regions patient shows periosteum is elevated plastic surgeons Preoperative Evaluation pterygopalatine ramus reciprocating saw retractor retrusion right-angle oscillating saw rigid fixation sagittal self-tapping soft tissue subnasal region subperiosteal dissection technique temporal fossa tion upper buccal sulcus zygomatic arch