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Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery: April 1, 2006 - Volume 117 - Issue 4 - p 1376-1380
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THE IMPORTANCE OF THE RETAINING LIGAMENTOUS ATTACHMENTS OF THE FOREHEAD FOR SELECTIVE EYEBROW RESHAPING AND FOREHEAD REJUVENATION

“The Importance of the Retaining Ligamentous Attachments of the Forehead for Selective Eyebrow Reshaping and Forehead Rejuvenation,” by Sullivan et al., in our January 2006 issue (Plast. Reconstr. Surg. 117: 95, 2006) should have had better-quality figures than what appeared in print and online. Figures 7, 8, 9, and 10 are reprinted here to reflect the quality that the Journal intended and expects.

Fig. 7.
Fig. 7.:
Preoperative and postoperative photographs of a patient who underwent endoscopic forehead rejuvenation, rhytidectomy, and upper and lower blepharoplasty. Corrugator transection and glabella rhytides were addressed while leaving the medial retaining ligaments down to prevent overelevation and lateral spreading of the medial brow. Special emphasis was placed on reshaping the right lateral brow. Note the evidence of left lateral eyebrow spreading that exists preoperatively.
Fig. 8.
Fig. 8.:
Preoperative and postoperative photographs of a patient who underwent endoscopic forehead rejuvenation, rhytidectomy, and upper and lower blepharoplasty. Corrugator transection and glabella rhytides were addressed while leaving the medial retaining ligaments down to prevent overelevation and lateral spreading of the medial brow. Special emphasis was placed on reshaping the right lateral brow. Note the evidence of left lateral eyebrow spreading that exists preoperatively.
Fig. 9.
Fig. 9.:
Preoperative and postoperative photographs of a patient who underwent endoscopic forehead rejuvenation. Facial and neck rejuvenation was performed with upper lid blepharoplasty. Forehead and glabella rhytides were addressed. The medial retaining ligamentous attachments were left intact to control the position of the medial brow.
Fig. 10.
Fig. 10.:
Preoperative and postoperative photographs of a patient who underwent endoscopic forehead rejuvenation. Facial and neck rejuvenation were performed with upper lid blepharoplasty. Forehead and glabella rhytides were addressed. The medial retaining ligamentous attachments were left intact to control the position of the medial brow.
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