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Article
November 1986

The Aging Face and Neck: Consultations With Richard C. Webster, MD, and Associates,

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San Francisco

Arch Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg. 1986;112(11):1217. doi:10.1001/archotol.1986.03780110093027

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Abstract

The Aging Face and Neck is a book that utilizes an unusual format to describe the clinical practices of experienced cosmetic surgeons. The editors selected a group of cosmetic surgeons and sent them a set of detailed illustrations demonstrating the clinical stages of the aging face and neck. These illustrations were accompanied by a list of specific questions regarding clinical and personal methods used in a cosmetic surgery practice. The questions dealt with such subjects as initial patient evaluation, patient personalities, and coping with complications. Other areas specifically addressed included patient-physician fee discussions, the appropriate place for professional courtesy, and practical business matters relating to a cosmetic practice. The editors also supplied their own answers to the question list to prompt discussion and to bring out differences among the authors.

The answers provided by the authors, who span the specialties of otolaryngology-head and neck surgery, plastic surgery, dermatology, and general

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