By Hee-Jin Kim, Kyle K Seo, Hong-Ki Lee, Jisoo Kim
This ebook, containing greater than two hundred cadaveric pictures and two hundred illustrations, goals to familiarize physicians practising botulinum toxin sort A (BoT-A) and filler injection with the anatomy of the facial mimetic muscular tissues, vessels, and delicate tissues which will allow them to accomplish optimal beauty effects whereas keeping off attainable antagonistic occasions. Anatomic issues of value whilst administering BoT-A and fillers are pointed out and also worthy medical instructions are supplied, highlighting, for instance, the popular injection issues for BoT-A and the sufficient intensity of filler injection. specified insights also are provided into the variations among Asians and Caucasians in regards to suitable anatomy. The contributing authors comprise an anatomist who bargains targeted anatomic views on BoT-A and filler remedies and 3 professional physicians from diversified specialties, particularly a dermatologist, a plastic general practitioner, and a beauty health practitioner, who proportion insights won in the course of wide medical event within the use of BoT-A and fillers.
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A) Intercanthal vein (ICV) is located within the subcutaneous tissue at the radix and glabella (sonography, b), and ICVs are classified into three patterns based on its location ((c) type I at the glabellar e region, (d) type IIa at the level above the intercanthal line, (e) type IIb at the level below the intercanthal line) (Published with kind permission of ࿈ Hee-Jin Kim and Kwan-Hyun Youn 2016. All rights reserved) 1 42 The posterior branch merges with the posterior auricular v. from the posterior portion of the ear and forms the external jugular v.
Branches from the inferior alveolar a. inside the mandibular canal. It exits the mental foramen along with the mental n. and supplies the chin, the lower lip, and the mandibular incisive gingiva. 3 Facial Artery The facial a. , winds through the antegonial notch, passes the masseter m. anteriorly, and runs tortuously to the nasion and the glabella. , the superior 1 36 General Anatomy of the Face and Neck Deep temporal a. Maxillary a. Zygomaticofacial a. Infraorbital a.. Buccal a. External carotid a.
These attachments emanate from the dermis and attach to the underlying SMAS, but it does not retain strongly. The false retaining ligaments are particularly strong over the forehead, eyes, nose, lip, and chin areas. They are of intermediate strength over the lateral cheek and neck areas and tend to be relatively loose over the medial cheek and temple areas (Figs. 25). Therefore, they easily lose elasticity and sag with age, causing changes in facial features due to fat redistribution and drooping.