Product Description(Churchill Livingstone) Univ. of California, Los Angeles. Discusses clinical experience, guidelines and predictions of the efficacy and complications of different lasers. Includes high-quality color photographs. For clinicians in dermatology, head and neck surgical oncology, and aesthetic and plastic surgery. DNLM: Skin Diseases--surgery.
Lasers in Cutaneous and Cosmetic Surgery
Botulin in Cosmetic Medicine
Product DescriptionFull-color atlas, with cardboard protective sleeve, features full-color, before-and-after photographs illustrating a broad range of cosmetic dentistry procedures. Landscape format with laminated pages. Hardcover over wire-spiral binding.
Atlas of Cosmetic Dentistry: A Patient's Guide : Spiral Binding
Product DescriptionBeautiful Skin answers all your questions about skin care and cosmetic Botox treatments. It helps you determine whether you are a candidate for office Botox treatment. Actual photographs of patients demonstrate improvement in: Â• frown lines between the eyebrows Â• drooping eyebrows Â• crowÂ’s feet in the outer corners ...
Product Description(Churchill Livingstone) Wake Forest Univ., Winston-Salem, NC. Atlas providing understanding to cosmetic dermatology. Chapters are divided into three anatomic areas: skin care, hair care, and nail care. Intended as a complement to the author's text, Cosmetics in Dermatology, c1995. For clinicians and researchers. High-quality color illustrations. DNLM: Cosmetics--Atlases.
Atlas of Cosmetic Dermatology
Product DescriptionThe international cosmetic industry is a highly self-regulated industry that provides quality products with a remarkable absence of toxicity. Specific European Union directives raise the need for quality in vitro methods to yet a new level. These directives will force new practices for safety evaluation of personal care products throughout the world in ...
Product DescriptionThis issue examines recent developments in reconstruction in the head and neck region. Material is arranged anatomically: mandible, maxillary defect, laryngo-esophageal, skull defects, tongue, lip/perioral, etc. Throughout, novel techniques are compared with traditional techniques in terms of cost-effectiveness and outcomes. Future research, include the possibility of homotransplatation of facial parts, also is addressed. Of ...