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“Future Codes” design based on Chinese calligraphy.

(A) Two Chinese characters “未来,” which means “Future” in English. The concept encompasses the systematic overall design for the art of facial injection. The middle line of the face (B, 26-year-old woman) passes through the forehead, the glabella complex, the nose, the lips, and the chin. (C) The first horizontal line passes the arch of the temper region, the eyebrow, and the glabella complex. (D) The second horizontal line passes through the cheeks or the “apple muscle.” (E) The other 2 oblique lines run along the nasolabial folds. (F) Finally, 2 nasojugular folds, tear trough, are added for full volume restoration


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