Thomas Procedures in Facial Plastic Surgery: Aesthetic Surgery of the Forehead & Upper Third of the Face

ISBN: 9781607951537





Pub Date: FEBRUARY 2012

ISBN: 9781607951537

Format: Casebound

Subject Area: Plastic Surgery

Pages: 200

Price: 125.00

iBook Price: 39.99


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About the Book 


This book is part of a a seven volumes series covering the full spectrum of facial plastic and reconstructive surgery - each written by a nationally recognized facial plastic surgeon detailing their own clinical techniques and practices. Each volume is generously illustrated with superb clinical and surgical photos and numerous detailed case study photos. This series will be of great value to both experienced surgeons and as a teaching tool for resident level physicians and can be purchased individually or as a set.


Designed to serve as a comprehensive text for procedures of the forehead and upper third of the face, this text presents all traditional and cutting edge treatments, allowing for detailed instruction as to proper patient selection, technique and patient management for patients with aesthetic needs in the upper third of the face and forehead.  These procedures are discussed in a clear and concise fashion, and the anatomy, history, rationale, scientific basis, necessary instrumentation, techniques and modifications, post-operative course and potential complications are clearly delineated and illustrated. 


Key Selling Features

  • Premier Author Team
  • Images in full color
  • Easy to use format
  • Written for a wide audience
  • Includes information on the latest technology
  • Current techniques and practices of recognized experts in facial plastic surgery
  • Heavily illustrated with clinical photos and line drawings


Facial plastic surgeons who wish to enhance their understanding of the anatomy, techniques for and management of the aesthetic needs of the upper facial third.  Both experienced and novice surgeons will benefit from the detailed anatomical and surgical descriptions, and an enhanced understanding of the relative merits and problems with various techniques will assist surgeons of all levels of expertise in the appropriate use of these techniques. 

About the Author

Anthony Sclafani MD (New York, NY) is affiliated with the Department of Otolaryngology at The New York Eye & Ear Infirmary and New York Medical College in New York , NY.


J. Regan Thomas MD (Chicago, IL) is affiliated with the Department of Otolaryngology at the University of Illinois at Chicago.