In recent years the demand for rejuvenating treatments for the face has grown dramatically for both men and women. Alongside that demand, a wide variety of treatments have evolved, and a combination of different treatments can often result in much greater improvement than single-treatment approaches. With contributions from an impressive cast of international experts, Textbook of Facial Rejuvenation details current treatments, recommends approaches, and suggests how they may be tailored towards individual needs and combined for optimum results.
Table of Contents
Introduction. Photoprotection. Topical Retinoids for the Aging Face. Other Topical Agents for the Aging Face. Facial Rejuvenation: Psychological Issues. Glycolic Acid and Other Superficial Peels. Combination Chemical Peels. Pigmentation of the Aging Face - Evaluation and Treatment. Treating Facial Vascular Lesions with Lasers. Erbium:YAG Laser Rejuvenation. Laser Skin Resurfacing. Non-Ablative Lasers for Skin Rejuvenation. Botulinum Toxin - A Development and Use for Upper Facial Lines. Botulinum Toxin: Combination Treatments for the Face and Neck. Botulinum Neurotoxin A for the Management of Lower Facial Lines and Platysmal Bands. Temporary Dermal Fillers: European Experiences. Temporary Dermal Fillers: USA Experiences. Liposuction of the Neck and Microlipoinjection of the Face. Dermal Fillers: Permanent Injectable and Implant Devices. Objective Measurement of Lips Augmented with Softform using 3-Dimensional Laser Surface Scanning. Hair Transplantation Techniques. Facial Hair Removal. Minimally Invasive Procedures in Periocular Rejuvenation. Use of the Endoscope in Facial Esthetic Surgery. Rejuvenation of the Neck. Reproducible Photography for the Aging Face. Digital Photography. When and How to Combine Treatments. Appendix I: The Consultation. Appendix II: Patient Information and Consent Forms.
Nicholas J. Lowe