- Preface: Minimally Invasive Procedures: Essential Tools for the Aesthetic Surgeon
2. Incorporating Minimally Invasive Procedures into an Aesthetic Surgery Practice
3. Overview of Botulinum Toxins for Aesthetic Uses
4. Fat, Stem Cells, and Platelet-Rich Plasma
5. Hyaluronic Acid Fillers: Science and Clinical Uses
6. Synthetic Fillers for Facial Rejuvenation
7. Basics of Lasers: History, Physics, and Clinical Applications
8. Laser Resurfacing: Full Field and Fractional
9. Subsurface Laser and Radiofrequency for Face and Body Rejuvenation
10. Intense Pulsed Light Therapy for Skin Rejuvenation
11. Low Level Light Therapy with Light-Emitting Diodes for the Aging Face
12. Radiofrequency Physics for Minimally Invasive Aesthetic Surgery
13. Aesthetic Applications of Radiofrequency Devices
14. Minimally Invasive Radiofrequency Devices
15. Microfocused Ultrasound for Skin Tightening
Peels, Topicals and Microneedles
16. Mesotherapy, Microneedling, and Chemical Peels
17. Topical Products for the Aging Face
18. Sun Protection: Current Management Strategies Addressing UV Exposure
This issue of Clinics in Plastic Surgery, guest edited by Dr. Kenneth Rothaus, is devoted to Minimally Invasive Plastic Surgery for the Aging Face. Articles in this issue include: How I Incorporate Minimally Invasive Procedures in My Practice; The Science of Hyaluronic Acid Fillers; Hyaluronics; Synthetic Fillers; Fat, Stem Cells, and Platelet Rich Plasma; Neurotoxins; Mesotherapy; Laser Physics, Safety, Indications, and Use; Lasers and Intense Pulsed Light Devices; Fractional Lasers; Light-Emitting Diode and Low-Level Light Lasers; The Science of Radiofrequency Devices; Aesthetic Applications of Radiofrequency Devices; Ultrasound Devices for Skin Tightening; Minimally Invasive Lasers; Minimally Invasive Radiofrequency Devices; Energy Plus Microneedles; Microneedles; Topicals; and Sun Protection.
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Assistant Clinical Professor of Surgery, Division of Plastic Surgery, Department of Surgery, New York Presbyterian - Weill Cornell Medical Center, New York, New York
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