By David J. Goldberg

Facial resurfacing rejuvenates the outside to minimize the results of getting older, and today’s beauty surgeon preferably makes use of quite a few how you can resurface and rejuvenate the surface with out surgery.This e-book examines the entire variety of obtainable modalities to aid the beauty dermatologist suggest the simplest procedure for every sufferer. issues comprise scientific symptoms, merits, and downsides.

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Changes of epidermal pigment distribution after fractional resurfacing: a clinicopathologic correlation. Lasers Surg Med 2005; 36 (Suppl 17): 32. 45 Rokhsar CK, Fitzpatrick RE. The treatment of melasma with fractional photothermolysis: a pilot study. Dermatol Surg 2005; 31: 1645–50. 46 Rahman Z, Tanner H, Jiang K. Treatment of atrophic scars with the 1550 nm erbiumfiber fractional laser. Lasers Surg Med 2006; 38 (Suppl 18): 24. 47 Geronemus RG. Fractional photothermolysis: current and future applications.

Fractional ablative devices CO2 devices Fraxel re:pair The Fraxel re:pair laser system (Solta Medical, Hayward, CA) was the first entrant into the fractional ablative arena, combining some features of the Fractional Ablative Resurfacing 41 original Fraxel laser (now marketed as Fraxel re:store) with the 10 600 nm CO2 laser wavelength. The handpiece uses a scanning mechanism that senses movement across the skin surface and will only deliver its strip-like pattern of laser pulses when the treatment head is in motion.

Science 1983; 220: 524–7. 21 Goldberg DJ, Samady JA. Intense pulsed light and Nd:YAG laser nonablative treatment of facial rhytids. Lasers Surg Med 2001; 28: 141–4. 22 Negishi K, Tezuka Y, Kushikata N, Wakamatsu S. Photorejuvenation for Asian skin by intense pulsed light. Dermatol Surg 2001; 27: 627–31. 23 Ross EV. Laser versus intense pulsed light: competing technologies in dermatology. Lasers Surg Med 2006; 38: 261–72. 24 Khoury JG, Goldman MP. Use of light-emitting diode photomodulation to reduce erythema and discomfort after intense pulsed light treatment of photodamage.

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