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By Anthony Benedetto

Well illustrated with top of the range photographs, Botulinum pollution in scientific Aesthetic Practice has confirmed itself a top-rated advisor to the scientific use of other forms of botulinum pollution for either esthetic and clinical reasons.

This moment version keeps all of the good points that made its predecessor such a success, together with distinct anatomic drawings, a assessment of the various 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 concerns and mental and cultural elements which may have an effect on the intentions of sufferers and the consequences that may be achieved.

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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. In the not too distant future, new and different formulations of BoNTA other than onabotulinumtoxinA will be approved for use in the United States for both therapeutic and cosmetic uses. The first of these is Dysport® (abobotulinumtoxinA), which was recently (May 2009) approved by the FDA and is discussed in-depth in chapter 9 along with other formulations of BoNTA not yet available in the United States.

However, beware of women who pluck or have had permanent tattooing of their eyebrows, because the natural position of their brows may be deceptively displaced (14,15). The overall contour and shape of the eyebrows depend on many factors, including age, sex, culture, ethnicity, and current fashion trends (16). , oval, round, square, or long/ narrow) (Fig. 3A,B) (17). In the literature and in clinical practice, there really is no rigid definition or description of the “ideal eyebrow” that can be applied to all faces universally.

11 (A) Internal carotid system. Adapted with permission from Ref. 8. 11 (Continued) (B) Sources of arterial supply of the face. 1, External carotid artery; 2, Posterior auricular artery; 3, Superficial temporal artery; 4, Supraorbital artery; 5, Zygomatico-orbital artery; 6, Supratrochlear artery; 7, Lacrimal artery; 8, Dorsal (external) nasal artery; 9, Transverse facial artery; 10, Infra-orbital artery; 11, Maxillary artery; 12, Superior and inferior labial arteries; 13, Mental artery; 14, Facial artery.

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