Published in Surgery Litigation and Law Weekly, August 1st, 2008
"The correction of platysma bands needs nearly vertical directional vectors at the facial level. The periosteum of the malar bone and the anterior border of the parotid fascia are two solid structures that are not modified during aging. They allow the anchoring of the ptotic tissues including premalar fat pads, jowls, and platysma bands. The connections between...
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