Section One: Local Anesthesia for Cosmetic Procedures (Section Editors: M. Goupil & M. McNulty) Chapter 1: Overview of Local AnesthesiaKyle Kramer, Indiana University Chapter 2: Intraoral Maxillary Local Anesthetic Techniques Leslie Hoffman, Indiana University and Michael Goupil, University of Connecticut Chapter 3: Intraoral Mandibular Techniques Chandler Walker, Indiana University and Ben Anderson, Indiana University Chapter 4: Extraoral Facial TechniquesJessica Byram, Indiana University and Michael Goupil, University of Connecticut Chapter 5: Cervical TechniquesHannah Harriott, Indiana University; Kyle Robertson , Indiana University; and Ben Noblitt, University of Cincinnati Chapter 6: Management of Local Anesthetic ComplicationsRoss Camiel , University of Connecticut; Samuel Roh, University of Connecticut; and Christy Lottinger, University of Connecticut
Section Two: Regional Anatomy (Section Editor: C. Niekrash) Chapter 7: Anatomy of the Integumentary System C. Niekrash Chapter 8: Anatomy of the Periorbit C. Niekrash Chapter 9: Anatomy of the Nose and Paranasal Sinuses C. Niekrash Chapter 10: Anatomy of the Auricle C. Niekrash Chapter 11: Anatomy of the Neck C. Niekrash Chapter 12: Anatomy of the Chin and Neck C. Niekrash Chapter 13: Anatomy of the Superficial Face: Muscles of Face and Scalp, Superficial Vessels and Nerves, Major Salivary Glands C. Niekrash Chapter 14: Muscles of Mastication and the Temporomandibular Joint C. Niekrash
Section Three: Surgical Anatomy (Section Editor: E. Ferneini) Chapter 15: Neuromodulators Matt Goldschmid Chapter 16: Facial FillersE. Ferneini Chapter 17: Facial ResurfacingDamon R.T. McIntire, Frank Paletta, Douglas Lee Johnson Chapter 18: Forehead and Eyebrow Lift Techniques Angelo Cuzalina Chapter 19: Facelift Charles Castiglione Chapter 20: Applied Anatomy in Blepharoplasty Mo Banki Chapter 21: Otoplasty Charles Castiglione Chapter 22: Chin Augmentation E. Ferneini Chapter 23: Neck LiftErik Nuveen Chapter 24: Hair Restoration Jon Perenak
This multi-authored, multi-institutional, and multi-specialty based text is designed to inform and refresh practitioners who perform facial cosmetic surgery. Divided into three distinct sections for ease of use, the first section focuses exclusively on localized anesthesia for each region of the head and neck. Chapters focus on the techniques that best affect these regions with a chapter closing the first section, on managing potential anesthetic complications. The second section covers the regional anatomy of the face by offering high definition photos of cadaver dissections and anatomic illustrations to highlight pertinent muscle and bone structures. The third and final section combines the skills detailed in the first two sections and applies them to a variety of surgical, cosmetic procedures.
In an era of high demand for aesthetic procedures, this text provides a practical and comprehensive look at facial cosmetic surgery to ensure practitioners have the best information available for treating their patients. The editors have extensive academic experience and have authored multiple scientific publications, while the contributions included in the text have been written by experts and leaders in the field. Applied Head and Neck Anatomy for the Facial Cosmetic Surgeon is written for a multi-disciplinary audience including oral & maxillofacial surgeons, plastic surgeons, otolaryngologists, cosmetic surgeons, and dentists.
Dr. Elie M. Ferneini is a practicing Oral and Maxillofacial surgeon in Cheshire CT. He is a graduate of Southern Connecticut State University (B.S., Magna Cum Laude), Quinnipiac University (M.H.S., M.B.A.), University of Connecticut Medical and Dental schools (D.M.D., M.D.). Dr. Ferneini completed his oral and maxillofacial surgery residency at the University of Connecticut. Additionally, Dr. Ferneini completed 2 years of general surgery training at the same institution. Dr. Ferneini is an associate clinical professor at the University of Connecticut and Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine at Quinnipiac University. He is involved in undergraduate as well as graduate training. Dr. Ferneini has a long history of conducting research resulting in over 120 scientific publications and book chapters. He has lectured nationally and internationally. Dr. Ferneini's professional interests span both hospital-based as well as office-based maxillofacial surgical procedures including reconstructive facial surgery, maxillofacial pathology, and cosmetic facial surgery. He is a Diplomate of the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. He is on the editorial board of multiple scientific journals (Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, American Journal of Cosmetic Surgery, Journal of Cranio-Maxillofacial Surgery) as well as a member of numerous medical and dental professional organizations. He is also the Editor in Chief of the American Journal of Cosmetic Surgery. Dr. Ferneini is a co-editor of five textbooks: "Head, Neck and Orofacial Infections: A Multidisciplinary Approach," "Perioperative Assessment of the Maxillofacial Surgery Patient: Problem-based Patient Management," "Complications in Maxillofacial Cosmetic Surgery Strategies for Prevention and Management," "Evidence-Based Oral Surgery: A Clinical Guide for the General Dental Practitioner," and "Office-Based Maxillofacial Surgical Procedures: A step-by-Step Approach."
Michael T. Goupil, DDS, MEd, MBA, FACD, is an emeritus faculty in the Division of Oral and Maxillofacial at the University of Connecticut School of Dental Medicine. He is a graduate of the University of Michigan School of Dental Medicine (DDS), University of Southern Mississippi (MEd), and the University of Hartford (MBA). Dr. Goupil completed an oral and maxillofacial surgery residency in the Air Force at Wilford Hall Medical Center and a Fellowship in Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology at the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology in Washington, DC. He retired in 1992 from the Air Force as a colonel after a 23-year career during which he served as an Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Consultant to the Air Force Surgeon General. Dr. Goupil then joined the Division of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery faculty at the University of Connecticut School of Dental Medicine, where he concurrently served as Associate Dean for Students. He recently retired from the university as an Emeritus Associate Professor and still maintains several other academic appointments. Dr. Goupil practiced full-scope oral and maxillofacial surgery for over 40 years. He is a Diplomate of the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery and is the author of numerous publications. He is co-editor of the Springer book Evidence-Based Oral Surgery.
Margaret A. McNulty, Ph.D. is an assistant professor in the Department of Anatomy, Cell Biology, & Physiology at the Indiana University School of Medicine in Indianapolis. She is a graduate of Colorado State University (B.S.), University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine (Ph.D.), and completed a research-intensive post-doctoral fellowship at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago. Dr. McNulty then joined the faculty at the Louisiana State University School of Veterinary Medicine before moving to Indiana University. Dr. McNulty teaches musculoskeletal biology, embryology, and dissection-based anatomy, including in-depth head and neck anatomy, to a wide range of professional and graduate students. In addition to her teaching duties, Dr. McNulty also conducts research in medical education and orthopaedic, has contributed to orthopaedic textbooks, holds numerous leadership positions within anatomical & orthopaedic societies, and has presented her work both nationally and internationally.
Christine E. Niekrash, DMD, MDentSc is an associate professor in the Department of Medical Science at the Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine at Quinnipiac University. She is a graduate of Brown University (ScB) and the University of Connecticut School of Dental Medicine (DMD and MDentSc). Dr. Niekrash completed a residency in periodontology and a certificate program in Gerontology (Medical College of Virginia). She joined the Department of Periodontology at the Medical College of Virginia-Virginia Commonwealth University and then the Department of Periodontology at the University of Connecticut School of Dental Medicine where she taught histology and anatomy to medical and dental students, served as Director of Head and Neck Anatomy and Associate Dean for Student Affairs. She currently teaches anatomy and histology at the new Netter School of Medicine and has served as the inaugural director of Head and Neck Anatomy. She has also conducted research, published numerous articles, and has lectured nationally and internationally.