Neuromodulators and Soft Tissue Fillers - Part 3. An interactive video by Rod J. Rohrich, MD and Jeffrey M. Kenkel, MD from the 48th Annual Baker Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery.
Part 3 of 3. This video discusses and introduces the finesse needed to reshape the midface using neuromodulators and several different types of hyaluronic acid fillers with a sharp versus a blunt cannula. A detailed analysis of the face is performed before each injection of both neuromodulator and hyaluronic acid filers. Based on this analysis and the patient’s desires and requests, the process is begun with the neuromodulators from the forehead, glabella, and crow’s feet areas to the chin, depressor anguli oris muscles, and platysmal muscles in the neck areas. The hyaluronic acid fillers are used to fill and reshape the malar (cheek) and perioral areas as well as the tear trough areas in a manner to soften and highlight these areas to provide a more natural youthful face. The video also discusses the pros and cons of each hyaluronic acid filler and neuromodulators, as well as prevention of any sequelae
Baker Gordon Symposium on Cosmetic Surgery.