1. Anatomy of the Orbit and periorbital region
2. Aging of the orbit and rejuvenation options
3. Eye Medications and its effect on orbital fat and cosmesis
4. Soft tissue fillers for the periorbital region
5. Neuromodulators in Periorbital Rejuvenation
6. CHEMICAL PEELINGS IN THE PERIORBITAL REGION
7. Periorbital rejuvenation by lasers and energy-based devices
8. Oculoplastic surgery for periorbital rejuvenation
9. Cosmeceuticals for the periorbital region
10. Editor’s Tips
This title represents a comprehensive manual of periorbital rejuvenation and includes an in-depth review of the anatomy of the orbit and periorbital region. Physiological changes associated with the aging of the periorbital region and potential rejuvenation options are also covered, while readers are given a series of step-by-step illustrative guides to procedural techniques. The book provides a valuable selection of clinical pearls on how to avoid potential pitfalls using a number of cases in which a range of potential invasive and non-invasive treatment options, including neuromodulators and cosmeceuticals, are used. Periorbital Rejuvenation: A Practical Manual provides a comprehensive and concise overview of periorbital anatomy and the potential effects of aging. Cutting-edge laser treatment options including laser assisted and neuromodulator techniques are ideal for the trainee to develop their knowledge and as a reference guide for the experienced practitioner.
• Comprehensively covers invasive and non-invasive techniques for Periorbital Rejuvenation
• Provides a step by step guide for procedures including neuromodulators and cosmeceuticals for periorbital rejuvenation
• Includes clear Illustrations of the correct procedure and how to avoid possible complications of relevant laser assisted and oculoplastic surgical techniques
Dr Ashraf Badawi is currently an Associate Professor of Dermatology at the National Institute of Laser Enhanced Sciences, Cairo University, Egypt. In 2007, he received a PhD degree in Laser Applications in Dermatology from the National Institute of Laser Enhanced Sciences, Cairo University, Egypt; and in 2011 he obtained a second PhD in Clinical Medical Sciences from Szeged University, Hungary. He has taken active roles in over 250 International Dermatology conferences providing both lectures and workshops. Furthermore, he has taken an active role in the training of 2500 dermatologists worldwide for laser applications in dermatology. Dr Badawi has a number of international publications in the field of cosmetic dermatology and laser applications in dermatology.