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Abstract

FOR MANY YEARS THE MIDFACE WAS IGNORED, WHICH IS DIFFI-cult to understand, as high cheek prominence is such an important component of beauty. You cannot look at a fashion magazine today without seeing models with beautiful cheeks and sculptured jawlines.

Keywords

Facial Contour Intraoral Approach Silicone Prosthesis Suspension Suture Face Lift 
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© Springer-Verlag New York, Inc. 1994

Authors and Affiliations

  • Tolbert S. Wilkinson
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  1. 1.One Oak Hills PlaceInstitute for Aesthetic Plastic SurgerySan AntonioUSA

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