ISBN-10:
1405192895
ISBN-13:
9781405192897
Pub. Date:
05/04/2010
Publisher:
Wiley
Injectable Fillers: Principles and Practice / Edition 1

Injectable Fillers: Principles and Practice / Edition 1

by Derek Jones
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ISBN-13: 9781405192897
Publisher: Wiley
Publication date: 05/04/2010
Pages: 192
Sales rank: 1,000,166
Product dimensions: 6.90(w) x 9.70(h) x 0.70(d)

About the Author

Derek Jones, MD, Assistant Clinical Professor, University of California Los Angeles and Medical Director, Skin Care and Laser Physicians

Table of Contents

Preface vi

Contributors viii

1 The Cosmetic Patient Consultation Phil Werschler 1

2 Guidelines for Local Anesthesia in Use of Injectable Fillers Mariano Busso 8

3 Hyaluronic Acids: Basic Science Nowell Solish Kenneth Beer 19

4 Calcium Hydroxylapatite Microspheres in Facial Augmentation Alastair Carruthers Jean Carruthers 27

5 Evolence and Evolence Breeze Jean Carruthers Alastair Carruthers 43

6 Poly-L-Lactic Acid Rebecca Fitzgerald Danny Vleggaar 54

7 Liquid Injectable Silicone Chad L. Prather 75

8 Hydrogel Polymers Naissan O. Wesley 91

9 Artefill: the First to Last Adam M. Rotunda Rhoda S. Narins 103

10 Complications from Soft-Tissue Augmentation of the Face: A Guide to Understanding, Avoiding, and Managing Periprocedural Issues Marc D. Glashofer Joel L. Cohen 121

11 The Mathematics of Facial Beauty: A Cheek Enhancement Guide for the Aesthetic Injector Arthur Swift 140

12 Hyaluronic Acids: Clinical Applications Derek Jones Timothy C. Flynn 158

Index 175

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"Boeckx has a deep familiarity with all of the (very wide-ranging) material he presents, and has done original and important work in several of these areas. He is a lucid and engaging expositor, and is highly qualified in every respect to undertake an enterprise of this nature … [He] brings together the right topics, some right at the edge or even at the horizons of research. If I were teaching undergraduate or graduate courses in these areas, I cannot think of a competing text that I would prefer."
–Noam Chomsky

"No one had integrated, yet, the key four notions "language", "cognition", "mental" and "structures" in such a masterly and original way. A wealth of discoveries awaits both the novice reader and the expert. Cedric's art of revealing deep connections between fields, authors and ideas has frequently prompted me, while reading this book, to wonder why I had not seen those connections before."
Massimo Piattelli-Palmarini, University of Arizona

“If Linguistics is the queen of the cognitive sciences, then Cedric Boeckx is her official court biographer. In one short book, he clearly outlines how the developments in linguistics have upended earlier empiricist conceptions of mind and spurred exciting investigations of human evolution.”
Norbert Hornstein, University of Maryland

“Language in Cognition is not so much a book with facts and concepts, as a long argument and discussion with the reader. It is an argument that every serious student of the mind sciences should know, even if they don't join the choir. Boeckx masterfully presents the material, showing why biology must form a core part of the mind sciences, and how the mind sciences, and especially language, can pose new challenges for biology.”
Marc Hauser, Harvard College, Author of Moral Minds

“Cedric Boeckx provides a wonderful, modern review of the necessity of mentalism, of innate structure for all of the mind, and the role of mathematics in articulating different principles of representation for different modules of mind---a summary of the Chomskyan revolution over the last half century. He brings perspective to the project by connecting the history of philosophy with modern experimentation showing that the “generative” approach to both language and mind has received stunning support in acquisition, processing, and aphasia. At the same time, he acknowledges many mysteries: we do not know what our “gut feelings” contain, though they are central to humanity and dignity. They may also contain amalgams combined from different modules in ways we do not understand, but which also may ultimately submit to mathematical representation. The book situates grammar in the broader sciences in a manner accessible to the generally educated student or curious layman. It is a superb introduction to the fundamental role of generative thought in modern cognitive science, weaving together psychological, biological, and philosophical perspectives.”
Tom Roeper, University of Massachusetts, Amherst

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