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Injectables and Fillers

  • Audrey E. Ahuero
  • Bryan S. Sires
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Abstract

Facial aging involves volumetric change, alteration of tissue quality, and the effects of long-standing facial muscular animation [1]. These factors lead to soft tissue ptosis and static and dynamic rhytids [1]. The traditional concept of beauty involves the “triangle of beauty” with high cheekbones and a defined jaw whereas the “reverse triangle” or pyramid with flattened cheeks, drooping eyes, and jowling is considered unattractive [2]. Facial rhytids can be classified as dynamic or static. Dynamic rhytids occur with muscle action and are best treated by specifically targeting facial muscles with botulinum toxin [2]. Facial expression not only contributes to the development of facial lines but also influences atrophy of soft tissue and malposition [3]. More facially animated individuals typically demonstrate increased lines and furrows relative to their less-animated counterparts [3]. Static rhytids result from the natural aging process with collagen loss and photodamage [4]. They are visible at rest and are addressed with volume replacement or combination therapy. Sun exposure and smoking additionally contribute to facial aging [3]. The trend in facial rejuvenation has increasingly emphasized the three-dimensional aspects of facial aging [5]. The three critical components of facial augmentation involve control of movement, improvement of contour, and restoration of volume [5]. The volume loss in the aging face involves atrophy of subcutaneous fat, which is variable between race and gender [5]. Bone loss plays a minor role as well [5]. Characteristics of the aesthetic ideal differ between men and women and need to be considered when developing a treatment plan [5].

Keywords

Hyaluronic Acid Botulinum Toxin Dermal Filler Nasolabial Fold Soft Tissue Augmentation 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Ophthalmology, Allure Facial Laser Center and MedispaUniversity of WashingtonKirklandUSA
  2. 2.Department of Ophthalmic Plastic Surgery, Allure Cosmetic SurgeryUniversity of WashingtonKirklandUSA

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