Botulinum Toxins in Clinical Aesthetic Practice, Second by Anthony Benedetto

By Anthony Benedetto

Well illustrated with fine quality photographs, Botulinum pollution in scientific Aesthetic Practice has confirmed itself a superior advisor to the scientific use of alternative forms of botulinum pollutants for either esthetic and scientific reasons.

This moment variation keeps the entire gains that made its predecessor such a success, together with unique anatomic drawings, a evaluate of the several formulations on hand, and specimen varieties. This variation has been revised and up to date all through and lines extra new fabric on medico-legal issues and mental and cultural elements that could impact the intentions of sufferers and the consequences that may be achieved.

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The ideal contour of the female eyebrow as outlined by Westmore (16,18) is typical of an oval face. The medial brow should begin on the same vertical plane as the lateral extent of the ala and the inner canthus (Fig. 4A,B). The eyebrow should end laterally (Fig. 4C) where it meets an oblique line drawn from the most lateral point of the ala (Fig. 4A) through the lateral canthus. The medial and lateral ends of the eyebrow (Fig. 4B,C) lie on approximately the same horizontal plane. The apex of the arc of the eyebrow lies on a vertical line (Fig.

In 1989, onabotulinumtoxinA, known at that time as Oculinum, was first approved by the FDA in the United States for the treatment of strabismus and blepharospasm. By 2000, onabotulinumtoxinA now called BOTOX® was approved by the FDA for the treatment of cervical dystonia. In 2002, the FDA approved BOTOX® for the cosmetic purpose of treating glabellar frown lines. This resulted in the manufacturer’s designation of the brand name BOTOX® Cosmetic. In 2009 both BOTOX® COSMETIC USES OF BOTULINUM TOXIN A IN THE UPPER FACE and BOTOX® Cosmetic were assigned the nonproprietary name of onabotulinumtoxinA by the FDA.

The levator palpebrae superioris is positioned superior to the superior rectus as they both pass over the superior aspect of the eyeball within the bony orbit. Approximately at the level of Whitnall’s transverse suspensory ligaments, the superior rectus attaches to the superior aspect of the globe at the level of the superior-conjunctival fornix, while the levator palpebrae superioris continues anteriorly as a wide aponeurosis. As the aponeurosis continues forward, some of its tendinous fibers attach to the anterior surface of the tarsus, and the rest pass in between the muscle fibers of the pretarsal orbicularis oculi and attach to the undersurface of the eyelid skin.

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