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Cosmetic Dermatology Reference from C.H.I.P.S.

Photoaging

edited by Darrell S. Rigel,
Robert Weiss, Henry W. Lim
and Jeffrey S. Dover


Assesses new and emerging techniques and modalities for the treatment of photoaging in every population and skin type.

This clinical guide is the first of its kind to describe the vast array of treatment options available for the minimization and repair of the effects of photodamage—prompting clinicians to tailor therapeutic regimens to individual components of aging and balance the risks and benefits of each treatment against patient expectations.

Contents

  1. Basic Aspects
    1. Why Does the Skin Age? Intrinsic Aging, Photoaging, and Their Pathophysiology
    2. Acute and Chronic Effects of UV (basic principles of photobiology, UV erythema, UV pigmentation, delayed tanning, photoaging, photocarcinogenesis)
    3. Clinical and Histologic Changes of Photoaging
    4. Photoaging in Patients of Skin of Color

  2. General approach
    1. General Approach to Patients with Photoaging

  3. Medical approach
    1. Photoprotection
    2. Retinoids, Other Topical Vitamins, and Antioxidants
    3. The Role of Alpha Hydroxy Acids in the Treatment of Photoaging

  4. Surgical / Light-Based therapy
    1. Laser (science/types/application)
    2. IPL / Non-Ablative Approaches
    3. Peels
    4. Microdermabrasion in the Treatment of Photoaging
    5. Deep Resurfacing
    6. Botox
    7. Liposuction
    8. Fillers and Implants
    9. Treatment of Vascular Lesions
    10. Treatment of Photoaging-Associated Pigmentary Changes

  5. Other Aspects
    1. Treatment of Photoaging in Asian Skin
    2. Medical Legal Issues in the Treatment of Photoaging Patients

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Photoaging
edited by Darrell S. Rigel, Robert Weiss,
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