Facial rejuvenation

Large volume fat grafting for facial and periorbital rejuvenation

Kai Kaye and Gabriela Casabona discuss how three-dimensional ageing must be considered when injecting the face in order to achieve satisfactory results in facial rejuvenation. In the article, the authors want to outline their personal, area-based approach towards pan-facial rejuvenation based on an algorithm taking into account the main aesthetic goal, type of fat, layers to be restored, and desired aesthetic effect. Here is a short extract, please, read the full article, posted by Kai Kaye and Gabriela Casabona, 20 june 2019 at prime-journal.com.

Facial rejuvenation

Area 1: Temples

The temples are one of the first areas to age and its deflation...

Area 2: Midface/malar

Deflation of the midface/malar areas occurs quite early during the ageing process.

Area 3: Mandible/gonial angle

The mandibles not only define the framework of a masculine look in men but also...

Area 4: Periorbital/brow

In the authors’ opinion the brow and periorbital area...

Area 5: Perioral/lips

In much the same way as the periorbital area should not be addressed separately...

Area 6: Piriformis fossa/nasolabial/deep cheeks

The nasolabial fold was one of the first clinical indications...

Processing and harvesting

Different approaches for processing microfat to nanofat...

Conclusion

The overall goal of pan-facial rejuvenation using a combination of micro and...

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