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Essentials for Aesthetic Dermatology in Ethnic Skin
Practice and Procedure



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ISBN 9780367198572
May 1, 2023 Forthcoming by CRC Press
272 Pages 160 Color & 5 B/W Illustrations

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Book Description

This book focusses on creating awareness and detailing the nuances of aesthetic dermatology practice in skin of colour. It highlights practical considerations in pre/intra/post procedure care with emphasis on patient selection for aesthetic procedures and the associated challenges involved in real-time practice. It aims to cater to audiences of countries with both high and low dark skin patient population, as often the clinicians have limited experience in treating this group. Numerous topics are explored through case- based discussions and practical tips. This is a practical ready reference manual for a cosmetic dermatologist dealing with darker skin.

Key Features:
• Features the geo-ethnic skin types of Asians, South-east Asians, Africans and Hispanics.
• Explores the topics through case-based discussions.
• Provides comprehensive details about the use of machines on skin of color.

Table of Contents

PART 1: FUNDAMENTALS IN UNDERSTANDING ETHNIC SKIN/SKIN OF COLOR
1.INTRODUCTION
MUKTA SACHDEV, NITI KHUNGER
2.ANATOMY:SKIN, HAIR, NAIL
NINON PATRAO
3.FACTORS AFFECTING SKIN INTEGRITY                             
NINON PATRAO
4.GEO-ETHNIC VARIATIONS IN SKIN           
AYUSHI KHANDELWAL
PART 2: CASES ENCOUNTERED IN COSMETIC DERMATOLOGY PRACTICE
5. SENSITIVE SKIN        
SEEMAL DESAI, O. NEFERTITI UMEH
6. ACNE VULGARIS     
SURAJ SACHIDANAND
7.ROSACEA         
SURAJ SACHIDANAND
8. PIGMENTARY DISORDERS                    
RASHMI SARKAR, POOJA AGARWAL
9.CONTACT DERMATITIS         
KEERTHI VELUGOTLA
10.KELOIDS AND HYPERTROPHIC SCARS                    
FRANKLIN SUJITH KUMAR
11.HIRSUTISM                                                             
SAHANA P RAJU, MUKTA SACHDEV
12.HAIR LOSS AND HAIR DISORDERS                
RACHITA DHURAT, SANDIP AGRAWAL
13.PERIORBITAL CONDITIONS IN ETHNIC SKIN  
MILIND NAIK
14.PSYCHOLOGICAL CONCERNS IN ETHNIC SKIN  
C.R SATISH KUMAR
PART 3: COSMECEUTICALS
15.PHYSICAL PHOTOPROTECTION, COSMETIC CAMOUFLAGE AND SUNSCREENS
BHAVJIT KAUR
16.CLEANSERS AND MOISTURIZERS                      
JENNIFER DAVID
17.TOPICAL ANTI-ACNE AGENTS           
MAYA VEDAMURTHY
18.LIGHTENING FORMULATIONS       
SUSAN C TAYLOR, AMANDA ONALJA
19.ANTI-AGING AGENTS FOR ETHNIC SKIN
VALERIE CALLENDER, SUMAYAH TALIAFERRO, AWA BAKAYOKO
20. COSMECEUTICALS IN HAIR CARE       
MALAVIKA KOHLI, BANANI CHOUDHURY
21.LIP, NAIL AND EYE  CARE   
SAHANA P RAJU,MUKTA SACHDEV
22.VITAMINS, ANTIOXIDANTS AND PROTEINS   
SHIRIN LAKHANI   
23.COSMECEUTICAL RELATED DERMATITIS AND ALLERGIES
SANDEEP CLIFF, ABIRAMI PARARAJASINGAM, LIBIN MATHEW
PART 4: PROCEDURAL CONSIDERATIONS IN AN ETHNIC SKIN PATIENT
24.EVALUATION AND ASSESSMENT FOR ETHNIC SKIN   
KAVITA MARIWALLA
25.AGING IN MIDDLE EASTERN SKIN         
SAHAR GHANNAM
26.MINIMIZING COMPLICATIONS IN SKIN OF COLOR   
JAISHREE SHARAD
27.SOP FOR AN AESTHETIC DERMATOLOGY CLINIC   
SAHANA P RAJU, MUKTA SACHEV
PART 5: PROCEDURES
28.CHEMICAL PEELS                                                      
NITI KHUNGER, CHARVI CHANANA
29.MICRODERMABRASION
ATCHIMA SUWANCHINDA, NATTHACHAT JURAIRATTANAPORN
30.MICRONEEDLING                    
ATCHIMA SUWANCHINDA
31. LASERS AND LIGHTS                                             
ELIOT BATTLE, KIMBERLY A. HUERTH, NORDEEP PANESAR, GINETTE OKOYE
32. NON-LIGHT ENERGY BASED DEVICES                                         
VIVEK MEHTA
33. INJECTABLES: TOXINS, INTRINSICS ASPECTS AND SPECIAL PRECAUTIONS
VANDANA CHATRATH
34. INJECTABLES: FILLERS, INTRINSICS ASPECTS AND SPECIAL PRECAUTIONS                     
SANJEEV NELOGI, MEENAZ KHOJA
35. EMERGING TECHNIQUES:                                  
NINA MADNANI,KALEEM KHAN
              A.PLATELET RICH PLASMA THERAPY
              B.NON-FDA SKIN LIGHTENING PROCEDURES     
                NINA MADNANI
              C.NON-SURGICAL THREAD LIFTS
                NINA MADNANI, KALEEM KHAN
36. HOME USE DEVICES-AN OVERVIEW AND REGULATORY ASPECTS                                      
GODFREY TOWN, CHRISTINE DIERICKX
PART 6
37.  DIGITAL MARKETING AND SOCIAL MEDIA BRANDING                       
WENDY   LEWIS
PART 7: THE FUTURE
38. NEWER COSMECEUTICALS        
ZOE DIANA DRAELOS
39. NEW DEVICES FOR TREATING DARKER SKIN TYPES  
MICHAEL H GOLD, PAULA CELESTE RUBIANO MOJICA
PART 8
40.POST COVID 19 -WHERE ARE WE HEADED?           
MUKTA SACHDEV

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Biography

Dr Mukta Sachdev is presently Head of Department and Consultant Dermatologist at Manipal Hospitals, Bangalore and Director of  MS Skin Centre, Bangalore. She has numerous  academic and professional achievements to her credit and has been an invited speaker and training faculty at various national and international conferences.She has also authored textbooks and publications  and has been an investigator and consultant  with several  clinical trials.

Dr Niti Khunger is presently a Professor and Consultant Dermatologist at  VM Medical College, Safdarjung Hospital, New Delhi, India. She completed her Graduation and Postgraduation at Grant Medical College, Mumbai. She was the Editor in Chief of the Journal of Cutaneous & Aesthetic Surgery (2014-17) and the President of the Association of Cutaneous Surgeons of India (2007-2008). She has edited books on Chemical Peels, Acne Scars, Cosmeceuticals & Practical Manual of Cosmetic Dermatology & Dermatosurgery. She is the recipient of Dr PN Behl oration award in Dermatosurgery (2014) and Prof KC Kandhari award for best Dermatologist(2015).                                                                 

Dr Ninon Patrao completed her graduate and post graduate training at Father Muller Medical College, Mangalore and is currently working in  the Department of Dermatology at Manipal Hospitals, Bangalore. She has actively participated in various conferences, workshops and has been involved academically with many publications to her credit.