Lasers, Light Therapies and Chemical Peels for Anti-aging, Enhancement and Correction
From the pre-conference day at SDPA Annual Summer Dermatology Conference 2017.
Topic: Lasers, Light Therapies and Chemical Peels for Anti-aging, Enhancement and Correction
Faculty: Gene Rubinstein, MD
1. A comprehensive breakdown of lasers and light therapies that are used for the skin. Achieving cosmetic improvement on sun damage, pigmentation, skin laxity and texture requires a complete understanding of wavelengths and their targets. From hemoglobin to fat, wavelength absorption spectrum will be discussed in detail.
2. Patient selection, skin typing and medical considerations for laser patients. Patient education to reach and mitigate patient expectations. Designing treatment plans based on individualized patient characteristics. Understanding the value of multi-modality treatment approaches. Going beyond the face for an overall improvement.
3. Mastering the art of a PhotoFacial. Understanding Intense Pulsed Light Parameters based on patient demographics. Understanding layers of laser targets in achieving effective results. Review of neo-collagenesis in the skin following IPL. Minimizing complications while achieving good cosmetic outcomes.