This atlas is a superb guide to the use of flaps in head and neck reconstruction. Each chapter depicts the anatomy of a particular area by mean of drawings and cadaveric images, paying careful attention to anatomic variations. The flaps derived from each area are presented in detail, with step-by-step instructions in flap design and harvesting techniques based in anatomy. The author uses numerous high-quality color illustrations drawn from his own practice in order to demonstrate the techniques. His combined expertise as a maxillofacial surgeon and an assistant professor of anatomy enables him to explain clearly the transition from basic science anatomy to applied anatomy and to document reconstructive surgical techniques in precise detail. This beautifully illustrated book, including many basic and advanced flap designs, will be an illuminating reference for all who treat defects in the head and neck area.