Evaluation and treatment of the aging face

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Springer-Verlag, 1995 - Medical - 320 pages
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Evaluation and Treatment of the Aging Face is the definitive source for physicians wishing to master the latest advances in facial refinement. Solely addressing the aging face, the authors - all international authorities in dermatologic surgery - have compiled instructional, practical information on basic technique, anesthetics, causes, and treatment for a wide variety of procedures, including: - factors involved in the initial patient evaluation - sunscreens and retinoids - the use of glycolic acid - chemical peels and dermabrasion - liposuction and lipotransfer - rhytidectomy and blepharoplasty - diagnosis and treatment of skin lesions of the aging face - hair replacement - treatment of aging hands - how to develop an office based cosmetic surgery center.

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