Advanced Aesthetic Rhinoplasty: Art, Science, and New by Yves Saban M.D., Chiara Andretto Amodeo M.D., Roberto

By Yves Saban M.D., Chiara Andretto Amodeo M.D., Roberto Polselli (auth.), Melvin A. Shiffman, Alberto Di Giuseppe (eds.)

Aesthetic rhinoplasty is without doubt one of the most typical aesthetic operations within the box of facial aesthetic cosmetic surgery, however it is additionally considered as probably the most complicated. This entire e-book offers a wealth of updated details on complicated aesthetic rhinoplasty strategies. After dialogue of anatomy, mental matters, and preoperative making plans, a variety of fundamental and secondary rhinoplasty concepts are defined sincerely and intimately by using various high quality colour illustrations. using fillers in rhinoplasty, ethnic diversifications in anatomy and strategies, and attainable hazards and issues are all essentially defined. This publication is meant essentially for knowledgeable surgeons within the fields of cosmetic surgery, plastic surgery, basic surgical procedure, otolaryngology, ophthalmology, oral maxillofacial surgical procedure, and beauty surgical subspecialties. it is going to even be a useful source for citizens and fellows.

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It does not contribute to the innervation of the nose or nasal cavity. 4 Regional Anesthesia of the Nose Nerve blocks are valuable techniques that facilitate outpatient nasal surgery, including rhinoplasty, and obviate the need for general anesthesia and even sedation in selected cases [3]. The tip of the nose is anesthetized by blocking the external nasal nerve with an injection over the periosteum at the junction of the nasal and cartilaginous parts of the nose on either side of the midline. Anesthesia of the bridge of the nose requires a block of the infratrochlear nerve.

6 (a) Histology of the “dermocartilaginous ligament” in the nasal dorsum (×40, Masson’s trichrome stain). (b) Histology of the “dermocartilaginous ligament” in columella (×40, Masson’s trichrome stain). SC septal cartilage, AC middle crus of the alar cartilage 3 Anatomy of the Dermocartilaginous Ligament of the Nose 31 Fig. 7 Histology of the “dermocartilaginous ligament” (between arrows) in a nose with a severely convex nasal dorsum (×40, Masson’s trichrome stain); when compared with other cadaver noses, no significant differences are noted a Fig.

All the muscles are innervated by the zygomaticotemporal division of the facial nerve. : Supraorbital a. Supratrochlear a. Dorsal nasal. External nasal branch of anterior ethmoidal a. : Infraorbital a. : Lateral nasal a. Columellar a. Angular a. Superior labial a. Facial a. Fig. 3 External Blood Supply The superficial arterial supply to the external structures of the nose is derived from the internal carotid artery (through the ophthalmic) and external carotid artery (through the facial and internal maxillary) (Fig.

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