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By Goldman M.P., Sadick N.S., Weiss R.A.

ISBN-10: 0824754050

ISBN-13: 9780824754051

Compiled by way of professional specialists within the box, this reference presents transparent advice at the easy ideas, tactics, and problems fascinated by complicated dermatologic surgery-offering special assurance of filling elements, fats move concepts, and the newest laser applied sciences.

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A) Before injection; (B) after injection, showing widening of the palpebral aperture on maximum smile. 28 Carruthers and Carruthers Nasolabial Folds The nasolabial folds are the curved lines running from the upper border of the lateral nasal ala to just lateral to the lateral angle of the mouth. Weakening the lip elevator muscles, and zygomaticus and risorius muscles, tempting though it may be, will flatten the mid-face and elongate the upper lip, which may not be a desirable outcome for all patients.

Br J Anaesth 1989; 63:655–660. 36. Black RJ, Dawson AJ, Strang WC. Contact sensitivity to lidocaine and prilocaine. Contact Dermatitis 1990; 23:117–118. 37. van den Hove J, Decroix J, Tennstedt D, Lachapelle JM. Allergic contact dermatitis from prilocaine, one of the local anaesthetics in EMLA cream. Contact Dermatitis 1994; 30:239. 38. Jacobson B, Nilssen A. Methemaglobinemia associated with prilociane-lidocaine cream and trimethoprim-sulphamethoxazole. A case report. Acta Anaesthesiol Scand 1985; 29: 453–455.

Peau d’Orange Chin A ‘‘peau d’orange’’ appearance in the chin occurs from a loss of subcutaneous fat and dermal collagen, and is seen when the mentalis and depressor labii muscles are used in speech that requires cocontraction of the orbicularis oris. This was previously treated by soft-tissue augmentation and laser resurfacing. Now, a combination of soft-tissue augmentation and BTX-A injection of the mentalis, or BTX-A injections alone (in those who do not require augmentation) will soften this appearance of the chin.

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