Quality Medical Publishing (QMP) has added to its medical textbook series with The Art and Science of Extended Deep Plane Facelifting and Complementary Facial Rejuvenation Procedures, from Andrew Jacono, MD, FACS, an expert on aging face surgery.

Harnessing insights from more than 2,000 facelift procedures, the 500-page textbook will be used to disseminate Dr. Jacono’s advanced facelifting techniques to doctor colleagues around the globe. This publication is on the heels of QMP’s operative video series release, titled “Extended Deep Plane Face Lift and Adjunctive Procedures for Rejuvenation of the Upper, Middle, and Lower Face,” featuring Dr. Jacono. 

Offered in response to international industry demand for an up-close look at Dr. Jacono’s minimally invasive aging face surgery, the textbook focuses on Dr. Jacono performing the M.A.D.E. (Minimal Access Deep Plane Extended) hybrid facelift that he has pioneered which uses a short incision to minimize trauma to the face, while lifting the deep facial tissue and neck muscles simultaneously, resulting in a superior outcome.

In order to create a natural and balanced result, he also shares his techniques to rejuvenate the forehead, eyelids and lips. These techniques include the repositioning of deep facial and eyelid fat to volumize the aging face, temporal lifting to open the eyes, fat grafting to restore facial volume, as well as a modified lip lift procedure to restore youthful volume and balance to lips and in turn, the lower third of the face.

“I’m proud to be able to contribute to the field of facial plastic surgery in such a meaningful way. The collegial exchange of cutting-edge techniques and approaches are what continue to drive advancements in the field of facial plastic surgery.

“While I have lectured at countless international plastic surgery meetings and hosted over 200 colleagues from around the world at my Park Avenue aesthetic surgery center, this textbook from QMP offers an operating room view of my aging face surgery to all that would like to witness or revisit my techniques.”

— Andrew Jacono, MD, FACS

[Source(s): New York Center for Facial Plastic Surgery, PR Newswire]