MINIMALLY INVASIVE AESTHETIC PROCEDURES. A GUIDE FOR DERMATOLOGISTS AND PLASTIC SURGEONS

MINIMALLY INVASIVE AESTHETIC PROCEDURES. A GUIDE FOR DERMATOLOGISTS AND PLASTIC SURGEONS

Editorial:
SPRINGER
Año de edición:
Materia
Plástica
ISBN:
978-3-319-78264-5
Páginas:
864
N. de edición:
1
Idioma:
Inglés
Ilustraciones:
1000
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Foreword
For Plastic Surgeons
For Dermatologists
Preface
Session 1 - Peelings
Introduction: Classification of peels
Pearl chapter: Basis of photoaging and the use of chemical peelings
Tip chapter: Peels for ethnic skin
Blepharopeel
Cook peel (70% glycolic acid + 70% trichloroacetic acid) for face
Cook peel (70% glycolic acid + 70% trichloroacetic acid) for extra-facial areas
Fluor-hydroxy pulse peel for face
Fluor-hydroxy pulse peel for extra-facial areas
Genital bleaching peel
Glycolic acid peel for face
Glycolic acid peel for extra-facial areas
Jessner peel for face
Jessner peel for extra-facial areas
Phenol-croton oil peel
Pyruvic acid peel for face and extra-facial areas
Resorcin peel for face
Resorcin peel for extra-facial areas
Salicylic acid for face
Salicylic acid for extra-facial areas
Tretinoin peel for face
Tretinoin peel for extra-facial areas
Trichloroacetic acid peel for face
Trichloroacetic acid peel for extra-facial areas
Tyoglycolic acid peel for dark circles under eyes
Tyoglycolic acid peel for hemosiderin and post-inflammatory hyperchromia
Session 2 - Botulinum toxin
Introduction: What is botulinum toxin?
Tip chapter: Histology and Physiology of the skin
Botulinum toxin for craniofacial hyperhidrosis
Botulinum toxin for superior third of the face
Botulinum toxin for middle third of the face
Botulinum toxin for inferior third of the face
Botulinum toxin for neck
Botulinum toxin for axillar hyperhidrosis
Botulinum toxin for palmar and plantar hyperhidrosis
Botulinum toxin for special conditions: chemical rhinoplasty
Botulinum toxin for special conditions: facial mesotherapy
Botulinum toxin for special conditions: gummy smile
Botulinum toxin for special conditions: masseter hypertrophy
Botulinum toxin for special conditions: miomodulation to body countour
Session 3 - Hyaluronic acid filler
Introduction: What is hyaluronic acid filler?
Tip chapter: Anatomy of the face, neck, hands and genital areas
Hyaluronic acid for "dermic skin" hydration
Hyaluronic acid for frontal and glabella areas
Hyaluronic acid for temporal and eye brown areas
Hyaluronic acid for peri-ocular area
Hyaluronic acid for malar area and zygomatic arch
Hyaluronic acid for pre-auricular area
Hyaluronic acid for ear lobes
Hyaluronic acid for nose
Hyaluronic acid for nasolabial folds
Hyaluronic acid for lips and perioral fine lines and wrinkles
Hyaluronic acid for mandibular area
Hyaluronic acid for chin
Hyaluronic acid for neck
Hyaluronic acid for hands
Hyaluronic acid for genital area
Session 4 - Threads in cosmetic procedures
Introduction: Threads in cosmetic procedures
Tip chapter: Anesthesia in cosmetic procedures
Threads for superior third of the face
Threads for middle third of the face
Threads for inferior third of the face
Threads for chin lifting
Threads for neck
Threads for corporal areas: upper and inferior limbs
Threads for corporal areas: abdomen
Threads for corporal areas: buttocks
Session 5 - Chemical substances for injectable cosmetic neocollagenesis
Introduction: Chemical substances for injectable cosmetic neocollagenesis
Tip chapter: Improving healing in cosmetic procedures
Calcium hydroxyapatite for face
Calcium hydroxyapatite for hands
Calcium hydroxyapatite for unusual areas
Platelet-enriched plasma
Poly-l-Lactic acid for face
Poly-l-Lactic acid for neck
Poly-l-Lactic acid arms
Poly-l-Lactic acid for hands
Poly-l-Lactic acid for buttocks
Polyacrilamide for face
Polycaprolactone for face
Polycaprolactone for extra-facial areas
Polyethylene glycol for face and hands
Polymethyl methacrylate for face
Polymethyl methacrylate for body
Session 6 - Micro-aesthetic surgery and others
Introduction: Dressings to improve healing in cosmetic procedures
Tip chapter: How might cosmeuticals improve skin aesthetic procedures outcome?
Chemical liposculpture of the chin Microneedling for neocollagenesis of the face
Acne scar: shaving and electrosurgery
Acne scar: 5-fluorouracil injection
Acne scar: bleomycin plus triamcinolone injection
Acne scar: CROSS (chemical reconstruction of skin scar)
Acne scar: dermal graft
Acne scar: dermoablasion
Acne scar: hyaluronic acid filler
Acne scar: microneedling
Acne scar: punch elevation
Acne scar: subscision
Aspiration curettage for axillary hyperhidrosis
Autologous fat transplantation
Autologous fibroblasts injections in face
Cellulite: subscision
Chemical lipolysis of infra-orbicular fat pads
Electro-blepharoplasty
Microliposuction of the chin
Stretch marks: microdermabrasion
Stretch marks: transcision
Superior blepharoplasty
Session 7 - Aesthetic approach of scalp
Introduction: Clinical emergency during aesthetic procedures
Tip chapter: Methods and tips for a better scar quality
Low-level light therapy and high-energy lasers for the scalp
Scalp mesotherapy
Microneedling of the scalp
Tricopigmentation of the scalp

Minimally invasive aesthetic procedures are an important part of dermatologists’ day-to-day clinical routine. However, plastic surgeons are also becoming more willing to explore them, and minimally invasive cosmetic and aesthetic procedures are now an established interdisciplinary topic.
Minimally Invasive Aesthetic Procedures - A Guide for Dermatologists and Plastic Surgeonsaddresses the needs of both these specialties. It provides a comprehensive overview of the most relevant and widely used minimally invasive procedures, presented in a practical and straightforward style. Rather than a broad overview of the literature, it offers a step-by-step guide to clinical procedures. Each chapter explores a single clinical procedure, discussing the theoretical basis; the materials needed; the methods and techniques; clinical follow-up; before-and-after illustrations; as well as the side effects and complications and their management. It also includes a summary of tips and relevant references.
With more than a hundred procedures presented and discussed in a clinically applicable format, Minimally Invasive Aesthetic Procedures - A Guide for Dermatologists and Plastic Surgeons is a practical manual for all dermatology and plastic surgery practitioners who are interested in aesthetic medicine.

Features
• Provides a clinical and technical guide, with handy and practical information on the most relevant minimally invasive and non-invasive aesthetic procedures
• Includes more than a hundred procedures presented and discussed in a clinically applicable format
• Addresses the needs of both Dermatologists and Plastic Surgeons

Authors
Adilson Da Costa: MD, MSc, PhD is currently Tenured International Professor for the PhD and MSc Programs at "Instituto de Assistência Médica ao Servidor Público Estadual de São Paulo", São Paulo, SP, Brazil. He is the former Dean of the Department of Dermatology at the Pontifical University of Campinas (PUC-Campinas), Brazil, and former researcher fellow in the Department of Dermatology, Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta, Georgia. He is the author of two books on dermatology in Portuguese ("Dermatology and Pregnancy", Elsevier; "International Textbook of Cosmeceuticals", Guanabara-Koogan) as well as several book chapters and scientific articles in the field of aesthetic and clinical-surgical dermatology. Dr. Da Costa is a worldwide key opinion leader in dermatology, with more than 200 lectures already provided; has also been principal investigator in more that 140 clinical and in vitro trials and taken part as scientific advisory member for several pharmaceutical and cosmetic companies.