500 Implants


Submalar and Malar Augmentation
William J. Binder, M.D. (1998) 35:20 minutes. Dr. Binder’s 37-year-old patient is a female who wishes to have more fullness in her cheeks. Careful dissection with proper instruments is illustrated. This nearly bloodless dissection is similar in scope to malar augmentation with inferior extension over the tendons of the massiter muscle into the submalar space. Through use of the “Smart hand Technique”, Dr. Binder carefully controls the limits of the dissection. Submalar implants are kept in place with an externally tied suture around rolled dental gauze. His technique for locating correct placement of the implants is clearly shown.
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