Publications on aesthetic rejuvenation often start with the treatment—such as fillers or lasers—and then work back to the patient problem. Comprehensive Aesthetic Rejuvenation: A Regional Approach starts from the perspective of what the patient perceives as the problem region of the body. It then moves to the appropriate range of treatments that can be offered and discusses how outcomes can be improved.
- The new growth agent for eyelashes
- Multimodal approaches to healthy skin
- Aesthetic considerations in ethnic skin
- Hair loss and transplantation
- New developments in less invasive fat and cellulite treatments
- Body contouring surgery
Enhanced with more than 200 color illustrations, this volume is an essential resource for all aesthetic and plastic surgeons.
An Approach to the Aging Process and Rejuvenation I. Introduction 1.1. Skin Aging and Function 1.2. Cosmeceuticals 1.3. Achieving Healthy Skin through a Multimodality Approach II. Facial Rejuvenation 2.1. Introduction to Facial Rejuvenation 2.2. The Aging Process on the Face 2.3. Laser Rejuvenation 2.4. Eyes, Lashes and Brows! 2.5. Midface Aging: Fillers for Augmentation of the Cheeks and Nasolabial Folds 2.6. Perioral Rejuvenation 2.7. Surgical Interventions for the Aging Face: Rhytidectomy (Facelift) III. Hair 3.1. Introduction to Hair 3.2. Structure and Function of Hair 3.3. What Factors Play a Role in Unhealthy Hair? 3.4. Aesthetic Hair Care 3.5. Excess Hair 3.6 Hair Transplantation IV. Body Rejuvenation 4.1. Introduction to Fat and Body Rejuvenation 4.2. The Impact of Obesity 4.3. Approach to Cellulite and Fat 4.3.1. Lasers and Non-invasive Body Contouring Treatments 4.3.2. Liposuction 4.4. Body Contouring Surgery 4.5. Breast Contouring Surgery V. Beauty and Aging in Ethnic Skin 5.1 Introduction 5.2 Hyperpigmentation and Skin-lightening Agents 5.3 Aesthetic Treatments