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Master Techniques in Blepharoplasty and Periorbital Rejuvenation

James Ridgway, MD
Arch Facial Plast Surg. 2012;14(3):222. doi:10.1001/archfacial.2012.108.
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The soft tissues of the eyelid, eyebrow, and forehead are complex in their anatomic, physiologic, and surgical relationships. Aesthetic surgery of these regions often requires a sophisticated understanding of age-related changes, ethnic differences, and the interplay of delicate functions. This publication provides the reader with a modern and detailed surgical atlas that highlights a variety of classic and advanced surgical approaches. The text is divided into forehead and eyebrow, upper eyelid, lower eyelid, and midface rejuvenation. Each chapter begins with a series of key points, which is then followed by a general format of anatomic considerations, preoperative evaluation, surgical techniques, postoperative management, and complications. The authors have also dedicated sections to general and special considerations. The book is a masterful compendium of rejuvenative techniques in oculofacial surgery from leading experts in the specialties of oculoplastic, facial plastic, dermatologic, and plastic surgery. The collaborative development of this 342-page text with 447 figures is a true contribution in blepharoplasty and periorbital rejuvenation that will be valued by the student and senior physician alike.


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