Skin augmentation (fillings)

  • L. Rusciani
  • S. Petraglia
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Abstract

Traditional aesthetic surgery enables excellent results to be obtained with many defective conditions of the face or body contour. However, there are defects that are not susceptible to satisfactory correction by using exclusively ‘pure’ surgical techniques. These conditions respond very well to soft-tissue augmentation techniques.

Keywords

Migration Corn Lactate Polysaccharide Syringe 

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  • S. Petraglia

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