Skin Rejuvenation in Facial Surgery
18 July 2006 (online)
The treatment of the aging face has evolved to increasingly incorporate minimally office-based procedures. The importance of recognizing and treating facial rhytids has always been recognized as important, but an increasing number of modalities have been developed for this purpose. Similarly, there has been an increase of emphasis in the recognition of dyschromias, solar keratoses, and other skin abnormalities. In this article, an overview of many of the minimally invasive office-based procedures that we favor in our practice will be briefly reviewed.
Facial aging - facial rhytids - laser resurfacing - chemical peels - intense pulse light - tissue resurfacing