Aesthetics and Cosmetic Surgery for Darker Skin Types

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Pearl E. Grimes
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2008 - Medical - 352 pages
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This unique book is the only comprehensive guide to both surgical and nonsurgical cosmetic treatment of patients with darker skin pigmentation, including patients of African, Asian, and Latin descent. It is authored by a wide range of international experts in this field from all continents and edited by a world-renowned researcher and academician on the topic of pigmentation disorders.

Practical, concise chapters cover all common surgical and nonsurgical treatment approaches and address the broad range of cosmetic issues facing patients with darker skin pigmentation. More than 350 full-color illustrations complement the text.

 

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Contents

An Historical and Societal Perspective
9
Structural and Physiologic Differences in
15
The Aging Face in Darker Racial Ethnic
27
Patient
37
Cosmetic Issues of Concern for Potential
49
Informed Consent and Treating the Cosmetic
59
Use Of COSmeceuticals
71
Topical Retinoids in Ethnic Skin
82
MediumDepth Chemical Peels and Deep
170
Ablative and Nonablative Resurfacing
179
Facial Tightening Procedures
190
Nonsurgical Tightening Procedures
199
NOninvasive Wrinkle Correction
209
Fillers in Ethnic Skin 225 Bo Alopecias and Hair Restoration in Women
287
Bi Hair Transplantation for Men
296
Correction of Specific Anatomic 32 Laser Hair Removal in Darker Racial Ethnic Groups
303

Therapies for Dyschromias
115
Cosmetic Leukodermas Therapeutic
125
is Surgical Approaches for Vitiligo
133
Microdermabrasion
147
BodyContouring Procedures 268 Cosmetic Aspects of Common Benign
327
P A R T 8
347
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