Atlas of Cosmetic Dermatology
Zoe Diana Draelos, MD , Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Dermatology, Bowman Gray School of Medicine of Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
ISBN 0443065489 · Hardback · 260 Pages · 400 Illustrations
Churchill Livingstone · Published October 2000
Atlas of Cosmetic Dermatology is a comprehensive, highly visual resource that covers the full spectrum of aesthetic techniques and products currently used in dermatological care.
The primary focus, of this indispensable text, is the management of skin lesions and scars. In addition, there are full explanations of the methods used for managing alopecia, hirsutism, and nail discoloration and disfigurement.
Completely up-to-date, Atlas of Cosmetic Dermatology examines the full spectrum of cosmetics and their use in the dermatological patient, including skin, hair, and nails.
An examination of the full range of lesions and conditions that are applicable for cosmetic/aesthetic treatment, including lentigos, macules, and scars.
Detailed, step-by-step illustrative coverage of cosmetic application.
Over 600 full-colour photographs that depict pre-and post-treatment results, show you the results of successful procedures.
A special emphasis is given to complications of cosmetic use, including irritancy, inflammation, and other allergic reactions.
Additional coverage on the treatment of contact dermatitis as a major complication to cosmetic use is included.
Fundamentals of cosmetic formulation are detailed through the use of "highlight boxes", making it easy for you to find important information.
Other disciplines of aesthetic dermatology such as acid peeling, dermabrasion, and collagen implantation are comprehensively covered.
Section 1. Approach to the Patient with Cosmetic Problems
Section 2. Approach to the Patient with Diffuse, Non-Scarring Hair Loss
Section 3. Cosmetics
Postsurgical Facial Care
Cosmetic Nail Techniques
Section 4. Moisturizers
Section 5. Shampoos and Conditioners
Hair Styling Cosmetics and Devices
Hair Coloring Agents
Hair Permanent Waving Agents
Black Hair and Skin Cosmetics
Section 6. Skin Cleaners
Section 7. Photoaging and Sunscreen Products
Section 8. Non-Cosmetic Approaches to Treatment
Facial Peeling: Phenol and Trichloracetic Acids
Gelatin and Collagen Implants