Calcium Hydroxylapatite: Expert Treatment Techniques is a hands-on reference book, created with the input of the world’s leading experts on the use of this leading biostimulatory soft tissue filler. It can be used by all aesthetic medical professional injectors to study the relevant anatomy, aesthetic target sites, and injection techniques and to review the safest and most effective treatment protocols available for this versatile product. As a training aid the book contains multiple photographic sequences as well as schematic diagrams to help in clarifying the proposed techniques. The book includes not only the official on-label indications; various international experts also share their ways of tweaking the standard protocols and their innovations. There are links to procedural videos in the Support Material on the companion website.
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CoverHalf TitleTitle PageCopyright PageContentsPrefaceContributorsVideos1. RADIESSE®: The story of calcium hydroxylapatiteThe historyBackgroundThe scienceSafety profile of CaHAThe benefits of CaHAConclusionDilution and injection techniqueRADIESSE® injectable implant: Instructions for useConsultation: ExpectationsReferences2. The upper third of the face: Temporal hollowsTemporal hollows (sharp needle periosteal bolus technique) Temporal hollows (interfascial cannula technique; zygomatic arch entry point)Temporal hollows (periosteal cannula technique; temporal crest entry point)Temporal hollows (interfascial cannula technique; temporal crest entry point) – the author’s preferred techniqueAftercareAdditional treatments for optimal resultsReferences3. The upper third of the face: Lateral brow liftLateral brow lift (sharp needle multilevel technique 1)Lateral brow lift (sharp needle multilevel technique 2)Lateral brow lift (multilevel cannula technique)AftercareAdditional treatments for optimal resultsReference4. The upper third of the face: Horizontal forehead linesHorizontal forehead lines: Hyper dilution, sharp needle techniqueAftercareAdditional treatments for optimal resultsReference5. The upper third of the face: Temporal crest smoothingTemporal crest smoothing (sharp needle multiple bolus technique)Temporal crest smoothing (submuscular cannula technique 1)Temporal crest smoothing cannula technique 2: Interfascial and subgalealAftercareAdditional treatments for optimal resultsReferences6. The middle third of the face: Cheek augmentationIntroductionSafety ConsiderationsCheek augmentation—HD-Sculpt Technique 1 (male)HD-Sculpt technique 2 (female)Cheek augmentation: Spermatozoa multilevel cannula techniqueCheek augmentation: Sharp needle techniqueCheek augmentation: Skin quality improvementAftercareAdditional treatments for optimal resultsReferences7. The middle third of the face: Palpebromalar grooveIntroductionSafety considerationsPalpebromalar groove cannula technique 1Palpebromalar groove cannula technique 2Palpebromalar groove needle techniqueAftercareAdditional treatments for optimal resultsResultsReferences8. The middle third of the face: Nasolabial foldsIntroductionSafety considerationsNasolabial folds cannula techniqueNasolabial folds Needle TechniqueAftercareAdditional treatments for optimal resultsReference9. The middle third of the face: Preauricular wrinklesPreauricular wrinkles, multilevel techniqueAftercareAdditional treatments for optimal resultsReferences10. The middle third of the face: Accordion linesIntroductionSafety considerationsAccordion lines sharp needle techniqueAftercareAdditional treatments for optimal resultsResults11. The lower third of the face: Prejowl sulcus and marionette linesIntroductionAnatomyAnatomical dangersAssessment and treatment planMarking and photographsPrejowl sulcus cannula techniquePrejowl sulcus sharp needle techniquePrejowl sulcus cannula techniqueAftercareAdditional treatments for optimal resultsReferences12. The lower third of the face: Oral commissuresIntroductionSafety considerationsOral commissures sharp needle techniqueOral commissures cannula techniqueAftercareAdditional treatments for optimal results13. The lower third of the face: Radial lip linesIntroductionSafety considerationsRadial lip lines cannula techniqueAftercareAdditional treatments for optimal results14. The lower third of the face: Mentum augmentationIntroductionAge-related anatomical changesAnatomical dangersCannula technique 1 (anterior projection)Cannula technique 2 (anterior projection, lengthening and contouring)Cannula technique for mentum augmentation in malesNeedle techniqueAftercareAdditional treatments for optimal resultsReferences15. Mentum creaseIntroductionAnatomical dangersCannula techniqueNeedle techniqueAftercareAdditional treatments for optimal results16. The lower third of the face: The mandibular angle and jawlineIntroductionAge related anatomical changesAnatomical dangersShino Bay Jowl correctionDefining the Jawline Cannula technique 1Defining the Jawline Cannula technique 2Mandibular angle sharp needle periosteal bolus techniqueAftercareAdditional treatments for optimal resultsReference17. The lower third of the face: Masseter augmentation in menIntroductionAnatomical dangersCannula techniqueMasseter augmentation with the needle techniqueAftercareAdditional treatments for optimal resultsReferences18. Neck and chest: Neck rejuvenationIntroductionAnatomyAnatomical dangersNeck rejuvenation cannula techniqueAftercareAdditional treatments for optimal results19. Neck and chest: Horizontal neck linesIntroductionNeedle technique for horizontal neck lines correction using diluted and hyperdiluted CaHACannula technique for horizontal neck lines correction using diluted and hyperdiluted CaHAAftercareAdditional treatments for optimal resultsReferences20. Neck and chest: Skin rejuvenation of the décolletageIntroductionAnatomical dangersDécolletage cannula techniqueDécolletage needle techniqueAftercareAdditional treatments for optimal resultsReferences21. Neck and chest: Rejuvenation of abdominal skinIntroductionAnatomical dangersAbdomen cannula techniqueAbdomen needle techniqueAftercareAdditional treatments for optimal results22. Neck and chest: MesoCaHA for cheeks, neck, and décolletageIntroductionThe MesoCaHA techniqueAftercareReferences23. Extremities: Correction of skin laxity of the upper armsThe multilayer approachCannula technique upper armNeedle technique upper armAftercareAdditional treatments for optimal resultsReference24. Extremities: HandsIntroductionRationale for using CaHA for hand rejuvenationHand anatomyCaHa hand injection techniqueReferences25. Extremities: Elbow skin quality improvementIntroductionAnatomical dangersStep-by-step techniqueElbows cannula techniqueAftercareAdditional treatments for optimal resultsReferences26. Extremities: Upper leg skin quality improvementIntroductionStriae distensaeAnatomical dangersStep-by-step techniqueAftercareAdditional treatments for optimal resultsReferences27. Extremities: Calf augmentationIntroductionDanger zonesStep-by-step techniqueReferences28. Extremities: Foot rejuvenationIntroductionAnatomical dangersStep-by-step techniqueAftercare29. Intimate areas: ButtocksIntroductionAnatomical dangersCannula technique for buttocks rejuvenationAftercareAdditional treatments for optimal resultsReferences30. Complication management and preventionShort term safetyLong term safetyNodulesVascular compromiseRecognizing the symptomsPreventionManagement of vascular compromiseManagement of ocular occlusion/vision lossTreatment of scarsReferencesIndex