Illustrated Manual of Injectable Fillers

208 Pages – 166 Color Illustrations Hardcover


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This practical text clearly evaluates the uses, limitations, and compositions of the growing variety of available fillers involved in face and body rejuvenation.

It includes detailed techniques for facial analysis and diagnosis of aging conditions to help provide patients with safe, reliable, and aesthetically pleasing results, including preventing and properly treating potential complications of filler usage.

With new chapters on limb and torso injections and combination treatments, this new edition will be an invaluable resource for all aesthetic practitioners.

Table of Contents


1. Introduction to structural volumetric rejuvenation

Neil S Sadick

2. Filler biologic properties and techniques

Neil S Sadick

3. Choosing an ideal filler for your patient

Cheryl Karcher

4. Anatomy of the forehead and periocular region

Marcelo B. Antunes and Stephen A. Goldstein

5. Volumetric approach to the upper face

Deborshi Roy and Sachin M. Shridharani

6. Anatomy of the midface

Stephen Goldstein and Evan Ransom

7. Volumetric approach to midface rejuvenation

Robert A Glasgold, Justin C Cohen, Mark J Glasgold, Sachin M Shridharani, and Jason D Meier

8. Anatomy of lower face and neck

Evan Ransom and Stephen Goldstein

9. Volumetric approach to lower face rejuvenation

Robert A Glasgold, Justin C Cohen, Mark J Glasgold, Sachin M Shridharani, and Jason D Meier

10. Volumetric approach to the lips

Mary P Lupo and Amanda A Lloyd

11. Hand augmentation using injectable fillers

Sachin M. Shridharani, Teri N Moak, Trina G. Ebersole, and Grace M. Tisch

12. Injectable poly-l-lactic acid for the arms

Daniel Dal’Asta Coimbra and Betina Stefanello

13. Using fillers in the abdomen and buttocks

Rosemarie Mazzuco and Taciana Dal’Forno Dini

14. Using fillers to treat cellulite

Rosemarie Mazzuco and Taciana Dal’Forno Dini

15. Complications of fillers and their management

Macrene Alexiades

16. Combination approaches: Using fillers with toxins and energy-based devices

Sabrina Fabi and Natalie Yin

Weight2.2 kg
Dimensions26 × 37 × 4 cm

About the editor

Neil S Sadick MD, FAAD, FAACS, FACP, FACPh is Medical Director at Sadick Dermatology in New York, NY, USA, holds board certifications in Dermatology, Cosmetic Surgery, Internal Medicine, and Hair Transplantation, and has served as Clinical Professor of Dermatology at Weill Cornell Medical College, President of the Cosmetic Surgery Foundation, Member of the Board of Examiners for the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery, and Global Medical Advisor for Christian Dior Beauty, amongst others.