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Anatomy & Botulinum Toxin Injections

In this second edition we have featured a number of new concepts: for each muscle, starting with profile, origin, connections, followed by action and innervation, and concluding with topographic illustrations, this user friendly format builds on your understanding of injectable facial anatomy.
Special attention is paid to 3D muscles such as the Corrugator supercilii, Procerus, Levator labii superioris alaeque nasi, Depressor anguli oris, Mentalis with an in depth origin and a superficial skin insertion. This will help you insert the injections points in the most appropriate plane.

New and future injectors will appreciate descriptions of the upper face internal and external muscular balances in the textbook and 3D animations in the DVD that clearly demonstrate the antagonist and synergist muscle activities.

Our expansive experience in cadaver dissection allowed us to create a book in which a surgical approach to the anatomy of facial muscles is combined with an analytical evaluation of the effects on expression wrinkles, produced as a result of muscle contraction.
Side-by-side images with explanatory text and anatomical drawings with concise labelling and expanded descriptive captions makes this book an ideal study companion that highlights and explain key concepts.

“As patients do not come in our offices with an anatomical map on full view, our main goal is to make our anatomical descriptions useful in a real-life practice. For this reason, we have introduced an « Exquisite Trio », incorporating the anatomical view on a cadaver, paired with a drawing of the muscle, and finally the clinical case. This triple demonstration will facilitate a clinical approach when analysing our patients.”
Patrick Trevidic, MD

Book structure:

Chapter 1 : Botulinum toxin & pharmacodynamics
Chapter 2 : Anatomy & botulinum toxin injections
Chapter 3 : Key points, do’s & don’ts


Expert 2 Expert SARL, Paris, France
E2e Medical Publishing
Printed in September 2015
ISBN 978-2-9536179-9-3
ISSN 9782953617993