midface

midface

[mid′fās]
the middle of the face, including the nose, nasion, and glabella.

midface,

n the portion of the face comprising the nasal, maxillary, and zygomatic bones and the soft tissues covering these bones.
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Galderma markets leading aesthetic brands including Dysport (abobotulinumtoxinA), for temporary improvement in the look of moderate to severe frown lines between the eyebrows (glabellar lines); the newly launched Restylane Silk, the first product specifically designed to treat the lips and lines around the mouth; Restylane Lyft, the first and only FDA-approved filler indicated to provide fullness to the midface area (cheeks) and correct and smooth the nasolabial folds ("smile lines"); and Sculptra Aesthetic, a long-acting dermal filler, which stimulates natural collagen production, helping to increase the elasticity of the skin and smooth out deep wrinkles and folds.
But despite undergoing 30 operations since birth, including a midface extraction which saw his face moved to improve his breathing, he loves life and enjoys playing football, has joined a karate club and is studying for his Grade I piano exam.
Stickler syndrome (I and II) may be differentiated from Snowflake degeneration by the presence of systemic associations, namely hearing loss, cleft palate, midface hypoplasia, and arthropathy.
the measurements of the lower face height (subnasale-gnathion) and midface height (glabella-subnasale) are almost equal to the length of the ear [2].
They describe the anatomy and embryology of the cleft lip and palate, general anesthetic considerations, and international surgical outreach initiatives; the role of pediatric dentists and orthodontists in the presurgical treatment of infants; primary cleft lip repair with rhinoplasty; primary repair of clefts of the hard and soft palate and alveolus; secondary cleft lip rhinoplasty; the surgical management of cleft-related midface deformity; revision cleft lip and palate surgery; and velopharyngeal insufficiency.
His innovations include current eye lift, neck lift, and his signature “SOMME” midface lift techniques.
The Functional Orthopaedic Magnetic Appliance (FOMA) III was developed by Vardimon and co-workers for the treatment of Class III malocclusions with midface sagittal deficiency with or without mandibular excess (6).
Respectively, those genes are linked to nose width, eye distance, orofacial defects, forebrain and midface development, and patterning facial tissues.
Deep plane or SMAS Supports fat and muscle and lifts the entire face while attempting to correct deep wrinkles under the midface structures, which other techniques do not.
The respiratory and heart rates were 80/min and 160/min respectively, The patient had a flat midface, widely set eyes, mild ptosis, short philtrum and a triangular mouth; polythelia, foot and hand anomalies with clinodactyly were also noted (Fig.
In contrast, when the erythrotelangiectatic or papulopustular variants of rosacea blanket the midface with a rash that resembles the malar rash of SLE, the nasolabial area is included, not spared.
Four patients sustained facial fractures involving the skull (n=1) and midface (n=3).