Prof. George KroumpouzosMD. PhD. FAAD(United States of America)
Professor George Kroumpouzos is a board-certified dermatologist and an academician based in Boston, Massachusetts. He is an Associate Professor of Dermatology at Harvard Medical School and a faculty member of the Department of Dermatology at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. Prof. Kroumpouzos is an expert in medical and cosmetic dermatology, dermatologic surgery, and laser therapy. He has published numerous scientific papers and book chapters in the field of dermatology and has received multiple awards and recognitions for his contributions. Prof. Kroumpouzos is committed to advancing the field of dermatology through research, education, and patient care.
Complications of Fillers in the Perioral Area: Prevention and Management
The talk focuses on safety tips for injecting the lips and perioral areas with dermal fillers. Complications can arise from patient, product, and injector-related issues. Patient selection and education are important, and aseptic and clean techniques should be followed. Reversible fillers should be used, and thin needles and small syringes are recommended. Ultrasound guidance can help prevent complications by allowing for vascular mapping, locating filler, and measuring the depth at which vessels are located. It can also aid in assessing fillers and excluding soft tissue neoplasms. Ultrasound can provide real-time guidance in case of complications such as nodules or granulomas.
Pr. Yoko FUNASAKA(Japan)
Dr. Yoko Funasaka is a professor of dermatology at Nippon Medical School in Tokyo and she specializes in pigment cell biology, photomedicine, and cosmetic/aesthetic dermatology. She holds various key positions in numerous academic societies, including President and Director of the International Federation of Pigment Cell Research, Director of the Japanese Society for Pigment Cell Research, Director of the Japanese Society for Photomedicine Photobiology, Director of the Japan Society for Laser Surgery and Medicine, Director of Japanese Society of Aesthetic Dermatology, Councilor of Japanese Society for Investigative Dermatology, Councilor of the Japanese Society of Anti-aging Medicine, Councilor of the Japan Cosmetic Science Society, Vice Chairman of the Japan Society of Cosmetic Medicine.
Overview and Functions of Skin Whitening Agents:
Skin whitening agents have the ability to reduce melanin deposition in the epidermis. They act on melanocytes to regulate melanin production, transportation to keratinocytes, and turnover control of melanin-containing keratinocytes. Even when controlling melanin production, both melanocytes and keratinocytes play a crucial role. In this lecture, we will explain the mechanisms of action for each of these functions and categorize skin whitening agents accordingly.
Prof. Hassan GaladariMD(United Arab Emirates)
Dr. Hassan Galadari is an American board-certified dermatologist with a dermatologic surgery and laser fellowship from the University of California-San Francisco. He is a fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology and a member of numerous committees in international societies, including the American Academy of Dermatology, the International Society of Dermatology, and the International League of Dermatological Societies. Dr. Galadari has received numerous awards for his contributions to dermatology and has authored book chapters, published in peer-reviewed journals, and written a best-selling textbook on cosmetic dermatology. He is an Associate Professor at the United Arab Emirates University and is interested in soft tissue augmentation, for which he currently holds a patent.
Botulinum Toxin: Beyond Cosmetic Indications
The speaker discusses the history and mechanism of botulinum toxin, its clinical application and therapeutic aspects, and its popularity as a cosmetic procedure. Botulinum toxin is a versatile drug with multiple uses, and was originally discovered after a group of people who ate contaminated sausages developed botulism. Alan Scott is considered the father of botulinum toxin for introducing its use in the field of medicine. The toxin works by preventing the release of acetylcholine in the neuromuscular junction, causing muscle relaxation. There are different brands of botulinum toxin, but the most common type injected is type A. The toxin is reconstituted using various methods, including saline and lidocaine, and comes in 100 unit vials.
Dr. Aseem SharmaMD, DNB, MBA, FAGE(India)
Dr. Aseem Sharma is a Chief Dermatologist at Skin Saga Centre for Dermatology in Mumbai, and an Ex-Assistant Professor of Dermatology at LTM General Hospital, Sion, Mumbai. He has published over 121 articles and chapters internationally and presented over 300 times at national, international, and virtual conferences. Dr. Sharma is also a retired Squadron Leader of the Indian Air Force, Hon Secretary of IADVL Maharashtra, a member of the IADVL Expert Group on PRP, and a past Chairperson of IADVL Yuva Cell. As an international researcher, he is affiliated with Cochrane Skin Group and F1000 Prime International, and has received international scholarships. He is an editorial member of the Indian Journal of Dermatology and Hair Therapy and Transplantation Journal.
My Experience With Microneedling – From Trichology And Aesthetic Medicine To Clinical Dermatology!
The presentation discusses microneedling, a procedure that involves the use of micrometer-sized needles to deliver drugs into the systemic circulation through the skin. The author highlights the different types of microneedling machines and materials, and how they are used in various skin treatments, including acne scars, facial rejuvenation, anti-aging, scar revision, androgenetic alopecia, and pigmentary disorders. The author also discusses the mechanisms of action of microneedling, its safety, and its ability to establish crosstalk between cells. The article concludes with a case-oriented discussion and references.
Prof. Koushik LahiriMBBS, DVD(CAL), IFAAD, FRCP (Edin), FRCP (London)(United Kingdom)
Dr. Koushik Lahiri is a highly accomplished dermatologist and academician with a wide range of achievements and contributions to the field. He has authored six books, including 29 chapters and 110 articles, reflecting his extensive research interests. Dr. Lahiri has been recognized with 1549 citations and over 60,000 reads, highlighting the impact of his work. His RG Score stands at 32.68, while his h-index is 18, and i-10 index is 33. Additionally, he has received prestigious awards and orations, both nationally and internationally, for his significant contributions to dermatology. Dr. Lahiri is involved in various professional organizations, holding leadership positions, and has played a key role in conceptualizing and establishing important initiatives in the field.
How To Deal With Facial Scars In Darker Skin With Fractional CO2 Laser?
Scarring is a common occurrence, with 95% of acne cases resulting in some level of scarring. Scars can be differentiated by their classification as atrophic, hypertrophic, or flat, and by the Vancouver scar scale, which measures vascularity, pigmentation, pliability, and height. There are several types of scars, including ice pick scars, boxcar scars, rolling scars, hypertrophic scars, papular scars, and bridging scars. The treatment of scars can involve the use of power devices, lasers, and fractional CO2, as well as subcision, punch excision, punch elevation, punch replacement, and fillers. The main goal is to prevent or minimize scarring, and techniques include anticipation and prevention, controlling excess vascularity, and taking out scar tissue.
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