30 Degree Transposition Flap w/M PlastyContains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 01/01/1976
30 Degree Transposition Flap w/M Plasty - Richard Webster, MD
30 Degree Transposition Flap w/M Plasty for medical students, resident and new physicians.
75 Degree Transposition Flap w/M PlastyContains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 01/01/1976
75 Degree Transposition Flap w/M Plasty - Richard Webster, MD
75 Degree Transposition Flap w/M Plasty for medical students, resident and new physicians.
Arcus Marginalis Release & Orbital Fat Repositioning - Catalog 339Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 01/01/2000
Arcus Marginalis Release & Orbital Fat Repositioning - Robert Goldberg, MD
Dr. Goldberg demonstrates his technique for AMR and fat repositioning through a transconjunctival approach. The tape continues as Dr. Goldberg performs an endoscopic midface lift. After patient analysis, utilizing a temporal incision, Dr. Goldberg demonstrates his technique for an endoscopically assisted midface lift using a combination of endoscopic and external views. Pre and postoperative results are shown. Finally, Dr. Goldberg concludes this tape with a SOOF lift with lateral canthoplasty after patient analysis; Dr. Goldberg demonstrates his technique for SOOF lift utilizing a combination of endoscopic and external views. Pre and post operative comparisons are made.
Asian Blepharoplasty - Catalog 123Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 03/30/2004
Asian Blepharoplasty - Robert Goldberg, MD
In this DVD, Dr. Goldberg performs a closed blepharoplasty on an Asian patient. He demonstrates his technique for reforming an upper eyelid crease using a non-incisional mattress suture. There is no skin excision; sutures are passed in a form similar to the trail left by a downhill skier. The procedure is done under local anesthesia. Pre and postoperative photos are shown.
Autologous Fat Grafting & Facial Rejuvenation - Catalog 804Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 01/01/2006
Autologous Fat Grafting & Facial Rejuvenation - Thomas L. Tzikas, MD
Autologous fat grafting is a method of rejuvenating the face with soft tissue augmentation. The procedure is very artistic and technique dependent especially in knowing where to inject the fat and how much to inject in order to obtain natural and long term results. The harvesting and injection techniques should also be minimally traumatic. In this DVD, Dr. Tzikas steps the viewer through a pre-op analysis, fat harvesting and injection techniques. He clearly demonstrates areas for fat harvesting and fat injection. He explains the reasons for these choices. He discusses the amount of fat to inject in specific regions of the face. Pre and post operative photos are shown at the conclusion of the case. This menu driven DVD is divided into: a general concepts overview (based on a presentation he gave at the Fall Meeting of the AAFPRS in 2005), pre-operative analysis, marking, fat harvesting, fat separation & preparation, injections and pre-postoperative comparisons.
Bi-Plane Forehead Lift - Catalog 212Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 01/01/2000
Bi-Plane Forehead Lift, Shan Baker, MD
This technique describes an endoscopic assisted forehead lift accomplished through two separate dissection planes. Subcutaneous dissection of a limited region of the forehead is performed through a pretrichial incision. Sub-facial and subperiosteal dissection by direct and endoscopic visualization releases the attachment of the brows from the bony orbital rim. Subsequent imbrication of the frontalis muscle provides brow elevation and skin excision without wound closure tension. The Bi-Plane forehead lift provides a method of excising redundant forehead skin with concomitant preservation of scalp sensory enervation.
Chin/Pre-Jowl Implant & Submalar (Midface) Augmentation - Catalog 501Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 01/01/2006
Chin/Pre-Jowl Implant & Submalar (Midface) Augmentation - William J. Binder, MD
Dr. Binder’s two patients are female and a male. The female wishes to have more fullness in her cheeks and a reduction of the early jowling that is present. The male patient wishes to have an existing chin/mandible implant removed as it is ill fitting and shows. Dr. Binder takes us through the pre-operative evaluation, markings and anesthesia for a chin, pre-jowl, submalar and malar implant. A malar implant is demonstrated but not placed in either patient. On the male he demonstrates removal and replacement of a new implant using a unique retrograde approach in combination with an anterior approach through a chin incision. In both cases, chin incisions, making pockets, intraoral incisions and submalar pockets are demonstrated. This nearly bloodless dissection illustrates how careful use of proper instruments aids in successful outcome. Attention of paid to anatomy, particularly the mental and infraorbital nerves. Dr. Binder carefully controls the limits of dissection through the use of the “Smart Hand Technique”. Submalar implants are kept in place with an externally tied suture around rolled dental gauze. Dressings are shown and highlighted with application of a compression mask which significantly reduces post operative swelling. This DVD is menu driven enabling the view to select desired portions of the surgery.
Combined Temporal and Lower Eyelid Approach to Midface Lift - Catalog 344Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 01/01/2003
Combined Temporal and Lower Eyelid Approach to Midface Lift, Stephen W. Perkins, MD
This DVD demonstrates my personal approach to lifting mid-face and lower eyelid soft tissues while supporting them into the temporal area with permanent suturing techniques. This transcutaneous lower eyelid approach is used as well as a sub-labial incision in order to completely free the mid-facial tissues sub-periosteally. The upper anterior fibers of the massiter muscle are released as well as the periosteum along the inferior border of the maxilla. Elevation is continued up to just below the infraorbital rim. The lower eyelid skin muscle is developed, as well as the short SOOF elevation. A transtemporal approach on top of the temporalis fascia is used to approach the lateral orbital rim. The subperiosteal approach is then used to connect the tunnel to the maxillary elevation in open view of the infraorbital rim. A bone tunnel was made in the superior temporal line and permanent suture used to suspend the mid-facial periosteum and SOOF tissues to this bone tunnel. The excess redundant skin and muscle of the lower eyelid lateral malar is excised and supported. A significant improvement in the nasal jugal groove and double convexity of the aging lower eyelid mid-face is achieved by this technique. Lateral temporal brow elevation completes the rejuvenation of the mid-face, temporal and lateral brow area.
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