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The Invisible Facelift – 2nd edition

$281.78

Manual of  Clinical Practice
2nd Edition

Book + DVD

300 pages

more than 600 color images

size 21×28 cm

Plus extra contents: 25 videos. Just scan the code that you find inside the book.

Printed in September 2016

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PRESENTATION

Rejuvenation of the face with techniques that are increasingly less invasive and at the same time more effective is a constant and fascinating challenge.
Besides being a meticulous and rigorous scientific discipline it is also an art that is the fruit of continuous research and brilliant intuitions.
In this work, because it is not just a book that you pick up to consult, you will find a diligent description of the state of the art of facial rejuvenation.
Techniques, materials, anatomy, side effects, indications, suggestions and the results of decades of “in the field” experience have become available, offered in these pages with professionalism and competence, but above all with modesty and love for this profession by Paola Rosalba Russo and Piero Fundarò.
Two experts who have always dedicated so much of their time always learning more and teaching without secrets. I am sure I’m not exaggerating when I say that without their contribution our work against facial aging would be quite different.
And I confirm this with no reservations after personally witnessing the brilliant techniques and contributions brought to suspension sutures by Dr. Russo.
My thanks, along with those of a host of others, go out to the two authors of this great work.

Dr. Roberto Pizzamiglio

Chapter 1. AGING OF THE FACE
by Rosalba Russo
Introduction
Aging of the face
Skin
The adipose tissue
Muscles and ligaments
Bones
References

Chapter 2. UPPER THIRD OF THE FACE
TREATMENT WITH BOTULINUM TOXIN
THE STANDARD TECHNIQUE
by Rosalba Russo
Introduction
Anatomy of the mimetic muscles of the upper third of the face
Frontalis muscle
Orbicularis oculi muscle
Corrugator muscle of the eyebrow (corrugator supercilii)
Procerus muscle
Depressor supercilii muscle
History
Structure and serotypes
Regulatory issues
Strength units
Immunogenicity
Action mechanism
Recovery of neuromuscular transmission
Preservation – dilution – duration
Standard technique
Wrinkles of the glabella
Forehead wrinkles
Crow’s feet
Change in the fronto-orbital balance with bont-a
Arched eyebrows
Horizontal eyebrows
Gullwing eyebrows
Contraindications
Warnings and precautions
Side effects and complications
Some results after treatment with bont-a
References

Chapter 3. THE UPPER THIRD OF THE FACE TREATMENT WITH BOTULINUM TOXIN MODULAR INJCTION TECHNIQUE (MOD)
by Salvatore Piero Fundarò

Introduction
The motor zones of the mimetic muscles
Distribution of the motor zones in the muscles of the upper third of the face
The modular injection technique (mod)
Frontalis muscle
Orbicularis oculi muscle
Corrugator supercilii muscle
Procerus muscle
References

Chapter 4. TEMPORAL AREA TREATMENT WITH FILLERS
by Rosalba Russo

Introduction
Anatomy
Ageing of the temporal region
General technique
Technique with microcannula
Needle technique
References

Chapter 5. THE MIDDLE THIRD OF THE FACE THE TREATMENT WITH FILLERS
by Rosalba Russo

Introduction
Face analysis on the base of the patient’s age
The effects of aging
The rejuvenation of the middle third of the face
Needle technique
The microcannula technique
Complication
References

Chapter 6. THE MIDFACE TREATMENT WITH FILLERS THE BOLUS TECHNIQUE
by Salvatore Piero Fundarò

Anatomy of the fat compartments of the maxillary and zygomatc-malar regions
Aging of the midface
Maxillary region
Zygomatic-malar region
Classification of the types of midface aging
Bolus technique
Technique with needle
Technique with microcannula
Treatment of the maxillary and zygomatic-malar regions
Anesthesia techniques
Complications
References  155

Chapter 7. MID AND LOWER FACE TREATMENT WITH BIDIRECTIONAL, ABSORBABLE COGGED SUSPENSION THREADS
by Rosalba Russo with the contribution of Roberto Pizzamiglio

Introduction
History
Silhouette soft bidirectional reabsorbable sutures
Objective of the procedure
Insertion technique
Patient selection
Malar area
8-Cone sutures
Sutures with 12 or 16 cones
Jawline
8-Cone sutures
Sutures with 12 or 16 cones
Neck
Introduction
8-Cone sutures
12 Or 16-cone sutures
Reins technique
Insertion sequence of the sutures with the reins technique
Clinical cases before and after
Eyebrow
Illustrated summary of the general technique
Clinical cases with ideal patients – case 1
Clinical cases with ideal patients – case 2
Clinical cases with ideal patients – case 3
Clinical cases with ideal patients – case 4
Clinical cases with ideal patients – case 5
Clinical cases with non-ideal patients – case 1
Clinical cases with non-ideal patients – case 2
Clinical cases with non-ideal patients – case 3
Contraindications
Complications
Post treatment advice
Conclusions and references

Chapter 8. TREATMENT OF THE MIDDLE AND LOWER THIRDS OF THE FACE WITH BARBED BIDIRECTIONAL ABSORBABLE SUTURES
by Salvatore Piero Fundarò

Introduction
Anatomy of aging of the middle and lower thirds of the face in relation to the use of barbed suspension sutures
Double needle absorbable barbed suspension sutures
Barbed double-needle absorbable sutures, basic technique
Material necessary for the implant
Pre-treatment drawings
Preparation of the surgical area
General implant technique
The virtual knot
Treatment of the mandibular area and cheek – basic technique
Treatment of the zygomatic maxillary region – basic technique
Barbed double-needle absorbable threads implant – Advanced technique
Simultaneous treatment of the midface and lower face
Pretreatment markings
Implant technique
Treatment of the individual regions of the face
Contraindications and complications
References

Chapter 9. “SKINBOOSTERS” FOR SKINCARE
by Rosalba Russo with the contribution of Magda Belmontesi

Skinbooster treatment for improving skin quality
Treatment program
Technique
Conclusions
References

Chapter 10. ASIAN FACE, ASIAN NEEDS – new chapter
by Teguh Tanuwidjaja

Introduction
V-shape correction
Patient selection
Procedure
A. Restructuring the fat compartment
1. Marking
2. Disinfection and drapery
3. Anesthetic
4. Insertion
5. Adjustment
B. Chin filling
Contraindications
Complications
Conclusions
References

Chapter 11. THE CENTRIPETAL APPROACH – new chapter
by Rosalba Russo with the contribution of Fernanda Distante

Introduction
Centripetal approach to facial rejuvenation
Outer circle: shape
Materials
Fillers for the outer circle
Middle circle: restore
Materials: filler for the middle circle
Inner circle: refine
Materials: filler for the inner circle
Clinical case – shape
Clinical case – restore
Clinical case – shape restore
Clinical case – shape restore
Clinical case – refine
References

Chapter 12. USE OF COMBINED TECHNIQUES THE THE MID-LOWER FACE WITH SUSPENSION THREADS, FILLER AND BOTULINUM TOXIN – new chapter
by Rosalba Russo with the contribution of Ivano Iozzo, Franco Vercesi

Combined use of botulinum toxin with the multipoint technique and bidirectional suspension threads for improving the jaw and neck lines
Clinical case 1: btx+threads
Clinical case 2: btx+threads
Clinical case 3: btx+threads
Combined use of suspension threads and polycaprolactone filler
Clinical case 1: pcl+threads
Clinical case 2: pcl+threads
Clinical case 3: pcl+threads
Clinical case 4: pcl+threads
References

SKU: isbn 9788897986201
Weight 1.350 kg
Dimensions 21 x 28 cm

About Authors Paola Rosalba Russo and Salvatore Piero Fundarò

Paola-Rosalba-RussoPAOLA ROSALBA RUSSO, MD

She graduated in Medicine and Surgery at the University of Bologna. She specialized in General Surgery with honors from the University of Modena. She received a Diploma in Aesthetic Medicine at the International School of Aesthetic Medicine “Fatebenefratelli” in Rome.

Since 2000 she has been a Professor at the Valet University Post- CPMA – School in Bologna.

Since 2010, she has been the Vice-President of the Italian Society of Aesthetic Medicine and Surgery in Florence and supervisor of educational activities and educational programs presented during the training courses organized in collaboration with SIES and Valet.

She received training on the use of the Botulinum Toxin and Filler with Dr. Laurie Polis Professor of Dermatology at the University of New York.

She is Scientific Consultant for Silhouette Beauty SL – Barcelona; Medical Coordinator for Galderma – a Q MED leading company in the field of fillers, on behalf of which she has participated in numerous international conferences.

Salvatore-Piero-FundaròSALVATORE PIERO FUNDARÒ, MD

He graduated in Medicine and Surgery at the University of Modena.

In November 1997 he obtained a Postgraduate Diploma in General Surgery II, at the University of Modena. In 2008 he got a University Master Degree in Cosmetic Surgery at the University of Milan.

Since January 2000 he has been operating in the field of plastic and reconstructive breast cancer surgery and in the field of plastic and aesthetic surgery.

Since January 2004 he has been Professor and Member of the Scientific Committee at the Valet University Post- CPMA – School in Bologna.

He is Vice President of SIES (Italian Society of Aesthetic Medicine and Surgery). He is the founding President of RCIS (Research Center of Injectable Safety). Founder of AITEB (Italian Association of Cosmetic Botox Therapy).

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