Using illustrations and photographs, this definitive guide takes readers through the broad spectrum of aesthetic and reconstructive surgical procedures. Grabb and Smith’s Plastic Surgery is for visual learners who benefit from seeing as well as reading new material. Featuring more than 1,900 photos and line drawings, the authors attempt to demonstrate visually the basics of plastic and reconstructive surgical techniques. This title walks readers through important challenges that are commonly encountered by plastic and cosmetic surgeons including topics such as implants and craniosynostosis syndromes. Subtleties associated with rhinoplasty, soft tissue and skeletal injuries, and other reconstructive issues are also covered.