Murad Alam, Hayes B. Gladstone, Rebecca Tung
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2008 - Medical - 276 pages
Shape the future of dermatology by enhancing your knowledge with this innovative series!
Consult with the experts in dermatology on their best practice approaches on cosmeceuticals, botulinum toxin, fillers, chemical peels, vascular and pigment lasers, ablative devices, nonablative light sources, tightening devices, hair transplants, liposuction, and advanced cosmetic surgical techniques. This title in the Requisites in Dermatology series is the perfect resource for quick reference and rapid review in cosmetic dermatology. It succinctly presents all of the most essential clinical and foundational knowledge you need for certification, recertification or practice.
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Chapter 1 Approach to the cosmetic patient
Chapter 2 Cosmeceuticals
Chapter 3 Botulinum toxin for cosmetic use
Chapter 4 Fillers
Chapter 5 Chemical peels
Chapter 6 Vascular and pigment lasers
Chapter 7 Ablative devices
Acad Dermatol acid peels acne scarring adverse events agents androgenetic alopecia anesthesia anesthetic applied Arch Dermatol avoid beneﬁts blepharoplasty botulinum toxin type BTX-A cannulas chemical peels Clin clinical CO2 laser collagen complications cooling cosmeceuticals cosmetic cutaneous density dermal Dermatol Surg Dermatology dermis device diode donor dyschromia edema effects efﬁcacy epidermal Er:YAG laser erythema evaluation facial Figure ﬁller ﬁne ﬁrst ﬂuence ﬂuid frontal glabellar glycolic acid grafts hair loss hair transplantation hairline handpiece hyaluronic acid hydroquinone hyperpigmentation improvement incision increased injection Key Points laser resurfacing laser treatment laxity lesions lidocaine lipid liposuction lower melasma ment mild minimize muscle Nd:YAG neck nonablative lasers patients periorbital photo-damage photoaging physician pigmentation Plast postoperative preoperative procedure pulsed recipient reduce rejuvenation retinoids rhytides risk scalp side-effects signiﬁcant skin types speciﬁc stratum corneum suction surgery technique therapy tion tissue topical treated tretinoin tumescent vascular vitamin wrinkles