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Facial Resurfacing

  • ID: 1303596
  • Book
  • 168 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Facial resurfacing rejuvenates the skin to reduce the effects of aging. Today s cosmetic physician ideally uses a variety of methods to resurface and rejuvenate the skin with minimal side effects or down time. Drawing on the wide experience of top clinicians, Facial Resurfacing provides guidance and recommendations on the best modalities for your individual patients according to their personal clinical needs.
Topics include clinical indications, advantages, and disadvantages of:
-          Fillers and Toxins
-          Peels
-          Ablative and Fractional Resurfacing
-          Non–ablative Resurfacing
-          Photodynamic Photorejuvenation  

-          Non–surgical Skin Tightening
-          Cosmeceuticals
Whether you are new to the field or a seasoned practitioner, you can turn to Facial Resurfacing for answers to your questions on how to most successfully utilize the most recent methods and techniques .
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Provisional Table of Contents .

Fillers and Toxins.

Peels.

Ablative and Fractional Resurfacing.

Non–ablative Resurfacing.

Photodynamic Photorejuvenation.

Non–surgical Skin Tightening.

Cosmeceuticals

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David J. Goldberg, M.D., J.D.

Director, Skin Laser & Surgery Specialists of NY/NJ;

Clinical Professor of Dermatology and Director, Laser Research , Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York NY;

Adjunct Professor of Law, Fordham Law School, New York, NY

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