Books for Dermatologists
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Dermatology Books: cosmetic dermoscopy general infectious pediatric surgery tumors
Ahluwalia: Cosmetics Applications of Laser Light-Based Systems
By Gurpreet Ahluwalia
2008, 500 pages, $245 list
This book is the first to introduce a range of currently used, or under development, laser- and light-based technologies that will provide greater cosmetic benefits to the consumer. It explains the basic physics of light-based technologies, the bio-physical principles behind their mechanism of action, and their applications in many cosmetic procedures. The fundamentals of skin and hair physiology (relevant to the understanding of actions of various cosmetics) are also explained, as are cosmeceuticals; topical drugs for cosmetic benefits; non-invasive and invasive options available for beauty treatments, and how all this fits in with the emerging light-based technologies.
Alam: Body Rejuvenation
By Murad Alam
2010 (1st ed), 264 pages, 225 illus, $189 list
Body Rejuvenation is the first practical manual that describes off-the-face minimally invasive rejuvenation. Sections are organized by body area, and within each section, individual chapters contain step-by-step treatment algorithms. Chapters are brief and concise by design, so interested readers can readily obtain the information necessary to treat patients successfully. Expert authors share their experience with body rejuvenation, so that you don’t have to learn by trial and error.
Alam: Cosmetic Dermatology: Requisites in Dermatology Series
By Murad Alam
2008 (1st ed), 368 pages, $119 list
Consult with the experts in dermatology on their best practice approaches on cosmeceuticals, botulinum toxin, fillers, chemical peels, vascular and pigment lasers, ablative devices, nonablative light sources, tightening devices, hair transplants, liposuction, and advanced cosmetic surgical techniques. This title in the Requisites in Dermatology series is the perfect resource for quick reference and rapid review in cosmetic dermatology. It succinctly presents all of the most essential clinical and foundational knowledge you need for certification, recertification or practice.
Alam: Procedures in Cosmetic Dermatology Series: Non-Surgical Skin Tightening and Lifting
By Murad Alam
2008 (1st ed), 192 pages, 500 illus, $189 list
This brand new title in the Procedures in Cosmetic Dermatology Series presents up-to-the-minute, practical guidance on the hottest non-surgical skin tightening and lifting techniques shaping today's practice. Succinctly written and lavishly illustrated, it focuses on procedural how-to's and offers step-by-step advice on proper techniques, pitfalls, and tricks of the trade-so you can refine and hone your skills and expand your surgical repertoire. You'll find current, to-the-point guidance from associate series editor, Murad Alam MD, series editor Jeffrey S. Dover MD FRCP, and plus a stellar cast of contributors. Implement the newest procedures into your practice immediately and confidently-with the outstanding guidance you'll find in this volume of the Procedures in Cosmetic Dermatology Series and its accompanying DVD.
Alam: Procedures in Cosmetic Dermatology Series: Treatment of Leg Veins
By Murad Alam
2010 (2nd ed), 208 pages, $149 list
With its bound-in instructional DVD, Procedures in Cosmetic Dermatology Series: Treatment of Leg Veins by Murad Alam, MD and Sirunya Silapunt, MD, offers practical, step-by-step visual guidance as well as expert hints and tips for performing a full range of cosmetic procedures including ambulatory phlebectomy, sclerotherapy, foam sclerotherapy, and laser surgery. Edited by the foremost pioneers in the field, this edition provides coverage of timely topics and advancements and includes new chapters on ultrasound techniques and compression. Case studies with more "before and after" clinical photographs depict cases as they present in practice, and an expanded collection of procedural video clips enables you to immediately implement the newest surgical procedures into your practice.
Arora: Medical Aesthetics and Cosmetic Dermatology: Dermal Fillers for Soft Tissue Augmentation
By Vipal Arora
2008 (1st ed), 248 pages, $100 list
This book will help numerous entrepreneurs with guidance on starting aesthetic services in an existing practice or in a new set up. The aesthetic field is coming out with new innovations and the industry is exploding and responding with new user-friendly safe products every day. The time is now to be at the forefront and ahead of the competition by offering these services. Included in this book is a chapter focusing on Dermal Fillers including ArteFill, Sculptra, Radiesse, Captique and Juvederm.
Arora: Winning Back Your Independence with Cosmetic Dermatology
By Vipal Arora
2008 (1st ed), 248 pages, $100 list
This book offers comprehensive information on how to start a medical aesthetic practice in an already existing medical office. Aesthetic medicine comprises all medical procedures in the field of aesthetics excluding all surgical procedures which require an operating table and general anesthesia such as breast augmentation, liposuction etc.
Ascher: Injection Treatments in Cosmetic Surgery
By Benjamin Ascher
2008 (1st ed), 470 pages, 600 illus, $350 list
Written by both dermatologists and plastic surgeons, Injection Treatments in Cosmetic Surgery examines the most popular treatments and topics in the field. With over 600 full-color photographs and illustrations, this new timely guide offers important information on slowly absorbable and nonresorbable filling products, and covers the history, pharmacology, tissues, locations, side effects, and legislation, making this text indispensable for practitioners who need to know the practical details of cutting-edge treatments in cosmetic surgery.
Baran: Textbook of Cosmetic Dermatology
By Robert Baran
2010 (4th ed), 832 pages, $400 list
Embracing both the art and science of skin care, Cosmetic Dermatology covers a wide range of interventions and treatments designed to maintain and beautify healthy skin and protect and improve damaged skin. A 'bible' in the field of cosmetic dermatology, this highly acclaimed text is now in its fourth edition. Focusing on the scientific detail of why and how the biotechnology works, this is an indispensable guide for all involved in this rapidly expanding field.
Barel: Handbook of Cosmetic Science and Technology
By Andre Barel
2009 (1st ed), 1000 pages, 125 illus, $350
Edited by a team of experienced and internationally renowned contributors, the updated Third Edition is the standard reference for cosmetic chemists and dermatologists seeking the latest innovations and technology for the formulation, design, testing, use, and production of cosmetic products for skin, hair, and nails.
Baumann: Cosmetic Dermatology: Principles and Practice
By Leslie Baumann
2009 (2nd ed), 336 pages, 231 illus, $150 list
Cosmetic Dermatology offers complete coverage of the latest, most effective skin care agents and procedures. Spanning the entire spectrum of cosmetic dermatology, it takes you through the most current medications, cosmeceuticals, and procedures. Presented in full color, the book is firmly grounded in an evidence-based, clinically-relevant approach--making it perfect for use in everyday practice.
Beck: Nanocosmetics and Nanomedicines:New Approaches for Skin Care
By Ruy Beck
2011 (1st ed), 260 pages, 77 illus, $179 list
The book "Nanocosmetics and nanomedicines: new approaches for skin care” contains a summary of the most important nanocarriers for skin delivery. Although “nanocosmetics” is a subject widely commented in the academy and the beauty industry, a book covering the skin care treatments using nanotechnological approaches with cosmetics and nanomedicines is still missing, therefore the need for this publication. This book is divided in three parts: The first one (Part A) is devoted to a brief review on the main topics related to the skin delivery and to the introduction of the subject “nanocosmetics”. The second part (Part B) presents different types of nanocarriers applied as skin delivery systems for cosmetics or drugs. The last part (Part C) shows a wide range of applications of nanotechnology on the skin care area as well as on dermatocosmetic and dermatological fields.
Black: Smith and Nesi's Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
By Evan Black
2011 (3rd ed), 1696 pages, 1130 illus, $299 list
Smith and Nesi’s Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Third Edition has taken the best of the field’s classic reference text and expanded upon it, continuing its reputation as the foremost guide to the subspecialty. Every practitioner of plastic and reconstructive surgery will find useful information in this comprehensive, in-depth text, including an update on the changes and advances of the last several years and a new section on pediatric consideration. Detailed chapters on ophthalmic anatomy are also included, as well as sections on eyelid dermatology, socket surgery, and cosmetic surgery. Every consideration has been made by Dr. Nesi and his co-editors to cover every aspect important to the ophthalmic plastic surgeon.
Carniol: Aesthetic Rejuvenation Challenges and Solutions
By Paul Carniol
2009 (1st ed), 240 pages, $400 list
This book looks at those complicated areas that tend to be ignored in the more standard textbooks, but are of intense interest to those practitioners who are confronted by a patient not conforming to the standard treatment; it pools the expertise of top aesthetic practitioners to help point out the areas of special challenge that arise in clinical practice and how to set about tackling and solving them.
Cohen: Evaluation and Management of Blepharoptosis
By Adam Cohen
2010 (1st ed), 386 pages, 56 illus, $115 list
Written by experts in the fields of oculofacial plastic surgery and neuro-ophthalmology, Evaluation and Management of Blepharoptosis is an up-to-date, practical guide to the treatment of adults and children with ptosis. This comprehensive reference covers all aspects of blepharoptosis in an organized fashion. The book begins with evaluation of the patient to determine if true ptosis or pseudoptosis exists. The various categories of blepharoptosis are thoroughly and succinctly reviewed, along with suggested approaches to clinical management.
Cuyper: Dermatologic Complications with Body Art: Tattoos, Piercings, and Permanent Makeup
By Christa Cuyper
2010 (1st ed), 110 pages, $99 list
This book guides the reader through the world of body art. An overview is first provided of the history and epidemiology of tattoos and piercings. Subsequent chapters go on to examine in detail the materials and devices used in various forms of body art, and the techniques employed. All relevant risks and potential complications are clearly described with the aid of color illustrations. Special attention is paid to allergic reactions and the management of complications. The closing chapter examines the techniques and devices used for tattoo removal, with a particular focus on the use of different lasers.
De Maio: Botulinum Toxin in Aesthetic Medicine
By Mauricio Maio
2007 (2nd ed), 138 pages, 151 illus, $119 list
Written by two renowned international experts, this book gives a brilliant overview of the use of botulinum toxin A in aesthetic medicine, including patient selection and evaluation, as well as rules and requirements.The book provides hands-on information for the most common indications, such as forehead and glabella, lateral brow lift, crow’s feet and lower eyelid, bunny lines and marionette lines, nose and nasolabial folds, cheeks and "gummy smile," upper and lower lip, and the chin and neck.
Draelos: Procedures in Cosmetic Dermatology Series: Cosmeceuticals with DVD
By Zoe Draelos
2008 (2nd ed), 256 pages, 1000 illus, $189 list
This newly revised title helps you incorporate the very latest in cosmeceuticals into your busy practice. Succinctly written and lavishly illustrated, this book focuses on procedural how-to's and offer step-by-step advice on proper techniques, pitfalls, and tricks of the trade-so you can refine and hone your skills and expand your repertoire. This new edition includes a bonus DVD.
Eremia: Office-Based Cosmetic Procedures and Techniques
By Sorin Eremia
2010 (1st ed), 384 pages, $129 list
This is a multi-authored textbook that is simple, practical, and up-to-date and supported by instructional videos for cosmetic procedures that can be performed in an office setting. The focus is on fillers, neurotoxins, and various laser, broad band light, radio-frequency, and ultrasound devices that are currently being used or about to be released. In addition to chapters discussing the theory behind the products and chapters reviewing categories of products or devices that provide the reader with an overview and some comparative discussion, there are short sections for each individual popular branded type of product.
Erian: Advanced Surgical Facial Rejuvenation
By Anthony Erian
2011 (1st ed), 880 pages, 661 illus, $279 list
This richly illustrated book covers all aspects of aesthetic facial surgery, from anatomy to the variety of procedures employed in facial surgery, including ancillary techniques such as chemical peel, laser, and facial fillers. Both newer techniques and variations on older approaches are carefully presented and discussed. In addition, preoperative care is analyzed, and detailed attention is devoted to problems related to HIV infection, anesthesia, complications, and psychological aspects. The contributors are all internationally acclaimed experts in the field. The book will be an invaluable source of information for residents and fellows, practicing aesthetic surgeons, and surgeons in a variety of related fields.
Fluhr: Practical Aspects of Cosmetic Testing
By Joachim Fluhr
2011 (1st ed), 284 pages, 27 illus, $189 list
Skin physiology assessment is moving rapidly from a descriptive approach to a deeper understanding of biophysical and biochemical processes in the stratum corneum, e.g. on stratum corneum barrier function as well on stratum corneum hydration. The research with bioengineering methods offers now reliable and reproducible approaches for product testing in the pharmaceutical and cosmetic industry as well as in basic research. This cookbook is intended to give basic information regarding skin physiology, the assessment of skin functions in controlled studies using non-invasive biophysical instruments. It provides basic knowledge on how to plan, perform and evaluate scientific studies. The authors are recognized expert in the field and provide comprehensive chapters with specific emphasis on the practical aspects of non-invasive measurements.
Goldberg: Disorders of Fat and Cellulite: Advances in Diagnosis and Treatment
By David Goldberg
2010 (1st ed), 216 pages, $250 list
Disorders of Fat and Cellulite: Advances in Diagnosis and Treatment incorporates the current knowledge of the physiology of fat with the numerous treatment modalities available today. This unique and illustrated source is an important review and reference source for any practitioner dealing with the cosmetic treatment of adipose tissue and cellulite.Fat disorders – particularly of cellulite and of lipodystrophy – are of great interest to all involved in cosmetic dermatology worldwide. Providing an overview of the current state of knowledge of the pathophysiology involved, this text explores the most up-to-date approaches to treatment, including medical, surgical, and cosmetic options.
Goldberg: Facial Resurfacing
By David Goldberg
2010 (1st ed), 168 pages, $150 list
This book examines the full range of available modalities to help the cosmetic dermatologist recommend the best approach for each patient. Topics include clinical indications, advantages, and disadvantages.
Goldberg: Procedures in Cosmetic Dermatology Series: Lasers and Lights
By David Goldberg
2008 (2nd ed), 168 pages, 700 illus, $189 list
This newly revised title helps you incorporate the very latest in Lasers and Lights into your busy practice. Succinctly written and lavishly illustrated, this book focus on procedural how-to’s and offer step-by-step advice on proper techniques, pitfalls, and tricks of the trade—so you can refine and hone your skills…and expand your repertoire. It includes a new and improved DVD with videos of new techniques and key procedures.
Goldman: Cellulite: Pathophysiology and Treatment
By Mitchel Goldman
2009 (2nd ed), 352 pages, $300 list
Although there are no permanent solutions for cellulite, dermatologists recognize that this is an issue of importance for many women. This guide reviews current research on the pathophysiology and treatment of cellulite, as well as the many recent developments in medical therapy, liposculpture, and pharmacy to combat the appearance of cellulite in the female figure.
By Mitchel Goldman
2011 (5th ed), 416 pages, $269 list
This book equips you to implement the latest cosmetic procedures for the treatment of varicose and telangiectatic leg veins. Completely revised with contributions from U.S.-based and international authorities, this classic reference is packed with everything you need to know about sclerotherapy, and provides extensive discussions of the latest techniques, solutions, and possible complications. Case studies, detailed color illustrations, and procedural videos on DVD-ROM offer practical, step-by-step visual guidance as well as expert hints and tips for implementing the latest cosmetic procedures into your practice including foam sclerotherapy, endovenous radiofrequency (RF) and laser closure, ambulatory phlebectomy and laser treatment of spider telangiectasia.
Guyuron: Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Video Atlas
By Bahman Guyuron
2011 (1st ed), 344 pages, $179 list
Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Video Atlas - edited by Dr. Bahman Guyuron et al. - brings you the detailed visual guidance and unmatched expertise you need to master the most popular cosmetic surgery procedures and achieve breathtaking results. Full-color photographs and narrated procedural videos lead you step-by-step through techniques such as breast augmentation, non-surgical facial rejuvenation with fillers, periorbital rejuvenation, primary rhinoplasty, and more. Tips and tricks from a veritable "who’s who" in plastic surgery equip you to successfully deliver the results your patients expect. At www.expertconsult.com you can reference the complete text, download the images, and watch the videos anytime, anywhere from any computer.
Hill: Milady's Aesthetician Series: Microdermabrasion
By Pamela Hill
2009 (2nd ed), 350 pages, $56 list
The second edition of Microdermabrasion, one of fourteen titles in Milady's Aesthetician Series, takes a unique and highly effective approach in addressing the advanced training needs of aestheticians working in medical skin care facilities, day spas and resort spas. Individuals will begin to understand the indications, contraindications and significant medical information necessary for clinical microdermabrasion. A host of case studies helps the reader evaluate and interpret the material. Clinicians will be able to work through specific case histories to improve their knowledge based on their own relevant experiences. Specific instructions for procedures are outlined in working documents, making the implementation process easy for the clinician, physician or facility. The approach used in this book is unique, using policy and procedure guides as well as case studies to create a real-life study of microdermabrasion.
Hill: Milady's Aesthetician Series: Peels and Chemical Exfoliation
By Pamela Hill
2010 (2nd ed), 320 pages, $56 list
PEELS AND CHEMICAL EXFOLIATION, one of fourteen in Milady's Aesthetician Series, successfully exposes the reader to a broad understanding of the use of specific peeling agents and how they react on the skin. In this text, the author addresses the advanced educational needs of aestheticians and nurses in such settings as medical skin care facilities, day spas and resort spas. Through specific case studies, clinicians will improve their knowledge of the peeling process. These studies validate and underscore the clinical information. Unique to this publication is an expanded chapter dedicated to peeling agents, indications for use and predictable outcomes. Finally, policy and procedure guides show the clinician, physician or facility how to implement ideas and programs.
Kaminer: Atlas of Cosmetic Surgery with DVD
By Michael Kaminer
2008 (2nd ed), 592 pages, 700 illus, $225 list
This Atlas is a very handy book, which includes numerous diagrams, charts and high resolution photographs. In addition, a DVD is included with actual demonstrations of procedures described in the book in which the authors share their insights, techniques and expertise with the reader. A hands on, practical book useful to anyone who has an interest in even the most minor cosmetic procedure. No cosmetic surgeon can afford not to read this book.
Katz: Procedures in Cosmetic Dermatology Series: Body Contouring with DVD
By Bruce Katz
2009 (1st ed), 256 pages, $189 list
Edited by leading authorities Bruce E. Katz and Neil S. Sadick, MD, Body Contouring is a brand-new volume in the Procedures in Cosmetic Dermatology Series. It showcases the hottest new body rejuvenation techniques and technologies, including laser lipolysis, focused ultrasound, mesotherapy, laser and light treatments, subcision for cellulite, and more. International contributions equip you to master the newest approaches from around the world. Succinctly written and lavishly illustrated, the book offers a wealth of pearls and pitfalls to help you refine your skills and avoid complications. A bonus DVD allows you to refine your skills by watching key techniques being performed by the authors.
Khunger: Step by Step Chemical Peels
By Niti Khunger
2010 (1st ed), 339 pages, $40 list
This pocket-sized, full-color atlas offers well-illustrated step-by-step guidance on the latest chemical peeling procedures.
Kim: Comprehensive Aesthetic Rejuvenation: A Regional Approach
By Jenny Kim
2009 (1st ed), 288 pages, 200 illus, $370 list
The best source for the latest treatments-and combinations of treatments-for procedures of the face and body. Total Aesthetic Approach to Clinical Face and Body Rejuvenation instructs practitioners on how to tailor procedures to fit individual patients' needs and consequently improve outcomes. A wealth of case studies illustrate how to choose and perform procedures, while an informative DVD completes the experience by spotlighting video clips of key moments from operations.
Korn: Video Atlas of Oculofacial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
By Bobby Korn
2010 (1st ed), 200 pages, $218 list
Video Atlas of Oculofacial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, by Drs. Bobby S. Korn and Don O. Kikkawa, is the first reference to help perfect your skills and expand your repertoire by giving you access to actual surgical techniques on high-definition, quality video. With three DVD-ROMs and accompanying color surgical text that highlights key stages of every technique presented in the videos, this package helps you master 42 different procedures including upper and lower blepharoplasty, ptosis repair, filler and botulinum toxin injections, and more. The video clips, professionally edited with narration, explain the techniques step by step and provide you with more than three hours of coverage depicting today's latest surgical approaches.
Maio: Botulinum Toxin in Aesthetic Medicine
By Mauricio Maio
2009 (1st ed), 138 pages, 151 illus, $120 list
Written by two renowned international experts, this book gives a brilliant overview of the use of botulinum toxin A in aesthetic medicine, including patient selection and evaluation, as well as rules and requirements.
Mang: Manual of Aesthetic Surgery
By Werner Mang
2010 (2nd ed), 656 pages, 549 illus, $399 list
This second edition of the Manual of Aesthetic Surgery, in a single-volume format, has been extensively revised to include a variety of new and interesting techniques. The result is a comprehensive book that clearly describes and depicts procedures currently used in aesthetic plastic surgery, with the aid of unsurpassed instructive drawings and high-quality pre- and postoperative photographs.
Michalun: Milady's Skin Care and Cosmetic Ingredients Dictionary
By Natalia Michalun
2009 (1st ed), 336 pages, $45 list
Milady's Skin Care and Cosmetic Ingredients Dictionary, third edition, is a multi-purpose resource for cosmetic professionals and consumers alike. Part one puts cosmetics in the context of skin care. It provides an overview of skin physiology. In order to understand how and why a product works it is essential to understand how the skin works. It gives an overview of the complexity of cosmetic chemistry particularly with respect to product penetration, and highlights the current challenges facing cosmetic formulators. In addition, it offers comprehensive discussion of the various skin types and conditions in order to help professionals in their product selection. Lastly, it defines common cosmetic industry terminology used by cosmetic manufacturers, professional estheticians, marketers and the media. The second part is dedicated to helping cosmetic users identify the function and purpose of specific ingredients. It is an alphabetical dictionary that lists and describes not only active principles but all other categories of ingredients that comprise a skin care cosmetic. As scientific knowledge of skin physiology and cosmetic chemistry advances, so do cosmetic products. This volume puts everything in context in an easy to read, easy to understand, user-friendly format.
Narukar: Cosmetic Dermatology, An Issue of Dermatologic Clinics
By Vic Narukar
2009 (1st ed), 240 pages, $99 list
Cosmetic Dermatology is reviewed in this issue of Dermatologic Clinics. Dr. Vic Narukar has assembled a panel of experts to pen articles on topics including Cosmeceuticals, Botulinum Toxins, Dermal Fillers, Permanent Fillers, Fillers on the Horizon, Photorejuvenation, Acne Treatments, Non Ablative Fractional Lasers, Ablative and Fractional Ablative Lasers, Tissue Tightening Technologies, Leg Vein Treatments, Medicolegal Issues, Complications, New Research in Aesthetics, and Skin Classification and Aesthetic Procedures in Global Skin.
Paye: Handbook of Cosmetic Science and Technology
By Marc Paye
2009 (3rd ed), 869 pages, 600 illus, $350 list
Edited by a team of experienced and internationally renowned contributors, the updated edition is the standard reference for cosmetic chemists and dermatologists seeking the latest innovations and technology for the formulation, design, testing, use, and production of cosmetic products for skin, hair, and nails.
Rawlings: Skin Moisturization
By Anthony Rawlings
2009 (2nd ed), 560 pages, 600 illus, $250 list
Focusing on the scientific basis of skin moisturization, this Second Edition of Skin Moisturization explores a wide range of topics, from the biological aspects of the skin to the formulation of the active ingredients in skin moisturizers. Ideal for dermatologists, cosmetic scientists, and clinical scientists interested in the treatment of xerotic skin conditions, the text discusses the latest technology and trends in the ever-growing and expanding cosmetic industry.
Sadick: Augmentation Fillers
By Neil Sadick
2010 (1st ed), 169 pages, $135 list
Filler techniques are the most widely used surgical procedures in cosmetic surgery, as they are the best method of reducing wrinkles on a long-term basis. For years, dermatologists have known that water-binding soft-tissue fillers can replace the loss of collagen, elastin, and hyaluronic acid from the skin. Because filler formulas and application techniques are constantly updated and reevaluated, the dermatologist and cosmetic surgeon need a quick reference on the subject. This new text, edited by world-renowned dermatologist Dr. Neil S. Sadick, covers all the main aspects of soft-tissue filler techniques. Subjects covered include choosing and applying fillers; short-, intermediate-, and long-acting fillers; and combination approaches, as well as anesthetic considerations, equipment and patient positioning, operative procedures, potential complications, and postoperative evaluation.
Sadick: Cosmeceutical Science in Clinical Practice
By Neil Sadick
2010 (1st ed), 120 pages, $200 list
This guide from expert practitioners explains how best to integrate the potential of cosmeceutical products into the best international clinical practice.
Sadick: Illustrated Manual of Injectable Fillers: A Technical Guide to the Volumetric Approach to Whole Body Rejuvenation
By Neil Sadick
2009 (1st ed), 288 pages, $230 list
This manual presents and evaluates the uses, limitations, and compositions of available fillers involved in face and body rejuvenation. Organized by anatomy, this resource discusses specific analysis, diagnosis, and treatment for each part of the body, including the upper face, midface, lower face, hands, torso, and lower extremities.
Shai: Handbook of Cosmetic Skin Care
By Avi Shai
2009 (2nd ed), 278 pages, $99 list
The acclaimed Handbook of Cosmetic Skin Care is now available in a Second Edition that examines all currently available cosmetic treatments. Discussing the latest research in cosmetic science, this easy-to-read guide keeps the cosmetic dermatologist and plastic surgeon ahead of the curve. Clear terminology and generous illustrations enable further exploration of the science and practical aspects of this ever-evolving field.
Shiffman: Cosmetic Surgery
By Melvin Shiffman
2012 (1st ed), 1207 pages, 75 illus, $269 list
Cosmetic Surgery: Art and Techniques is an atlas of general cosmetic surgery that provides precise step-by-step descriptions of the full range of techniques, supported by photographs and illustrations of the highest standard. The book is comprehensive in its scope, covering the diverse procedures performed on the head and neck, breast, abdomen, buttocks, and extremities as well as other techniques such as labioplasty, penile enhancement, and total body lift. Risks and complications are fully explained, with clear advice on how to avoid and to treat them. All of the contributors are internationally recognized experts with extensive knowledge of their subject. This book will be of value to beginners, and experienced practitioners in not only cosmetic surgery but also plastic surgery, general surgery, oral maxillofacial surgery, neurosurgery, dermatology, otolaryngology, and ophthalmology.
Shiffman: Liposuction: Principles and Practice
By Melvin Shiffman
2011 (1st ed), 955 pages, 1201 illus, $279 list
Cosmetic Surgery: Art and Techniques is an atlas of general cosmetic surgery that provides precise step-by-step descriptions of the full range of techniques, supported by photographs and illustrations of the highest standard. The book is comprehensive in its scope, covering the diverse procedures performed on the head and neck, breast, abdomen, buttocks, and extremities as well as other techniques such as labioplasty, penile enhancement, and total body lift. Risks and complications are fully explained, with clear advice on how to avoid and to treat them. All of the contributors are internationally recognized experts with extensive knowledge of their subject.
Tosti: Color Atlas of Chemical Peels
By Antonella Tosti
2010 (1st ed), 230 pages, 142 illus, $219 list
This book is the first atlas on chemical peels and has been significantly revised and updated since the first edition so as to reflect the state of the art in the field. The various types of chemical peel and peeling techniques, including new combined procedures, are first discussed in a step-by-step manner with the aid of supporting illustrations. Pathogenesis and treatment options are then considered, with each author reporting on his or her personal experience and preferred approach for different diseases and conditions, including acne, rosacea, melasma, photoaging, postinflammatory hyperpigmentation, actinic keratosis, and dark skin. An entirely new section addresses how to deal with side-effects and complications of the different procedures. This atlas has been specifically designed as a reference tool for dermatologists who deal with cosmetology. In particular, by providing clear and practical information on the different peeling procedures and their indications, it will prove invaluable for dermatologists and other doctors who wish to start performing chemical peels.
Truong: Manual of Botulinum Toxin Therapy
By Daniel Truong
2009 (1st ed), 234 pages, $90 list
The Manual of Botulinum Toxin Therapy provides practical guidance on the use of botulinum toxin in a wide variety of disorders, in many areas of medicine. Using clear line drawings, it describes the relevant injection sites for each condition and gives comparative dosage tables for the various formulations of toxin used in different muscle groups. It also provides the most up-to-date review of the range of applications, including coverage of promising future developments. The emphasis throughout is on technique. This book can be read as a teaching aid, and will also be useful for immediate bedside guidance. This Manual will be of interest to the growing band of clinicians discovering the potential of botulinum toxin, including neurologists, otolaryngologists, urologists, ophthalmologists, dermatologists, internists, pain management specialists, rehabilitation specialists and plastic surgeons.
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