When surgery is the best option for the patient, surgeons can find plenty of effective procedures in any number of books. Yet these resources often start with the operation itself, without covering the most efficient means of accessing the applicable region. Now there is an authoritative guide to the anatomical and technical aspects of the best approaches to the facial skeleton. This volume demonstrates ALL of the surgeon’s options, augmented with excellent full color artwork and photography of cadaver sections. Coverage includes basic principles; periorbital approaches; the coronal approach; transoral approaches; transfacial approaches to the mandible; approaches to the temporomandibular joint; and approaches to the nasal skeleton. Authoritative and beautifully illustrated, this atlas will help surgeons plan and carry out surgical procedures more efficiently.