Illustrated Guide to Percutaneous Collagen Induction

Zoom

Illustrated Guide to Percutaneous Collagen Induction

Basics | Indications | Uses
Sofort lieferbar.
  • Für den Merkzettel bitte anmelden.
  • A new title in the "Aesthetic Methods for Skin Rejuvenation Series". Written by a team of international authors who first described the method of percutaneous collagen induction, this book provides a vivid, practically oriented and holistic medium for communicating knowledge about a highly efficient and previously little-known treatment approach for skin regeneration. Using impressive case histories, 300 outstanding didactic photos and anatomical graphics and convincing scientific data, the authors who describe Percutaneous Collagen Induction, better known as "Needling", confirm the method's efficacy in the rejuvenating treatment of skin conditions such as scars, lines, sagging skin and stretch marks. As an attractively illustrated and clearly structured step-by-step guide, it takes the reader through the basics of the method's mechanism of action, perioperative organization and indication-related uses.


    Authors

    Dr. Matthias Aust, Associate Professor and Chief Consulting Physician at the Clinic for Plastic Reconstructive Surgery at the Malteserkrankenhaus Hospital in Bonn, Germany, where he has successfully practiced surgical Needling for many years, e.g. in the treatment of burn scars. He has presented his research and clinical results to fellow experts at international conferences and in many internationally renowned journals.

    Dr. med. Svenja-Katharina Bahte, Specialist Physician at the Department of Nephrology, Hannover Medical School, Hannover, Germany.

    Dr. Desmond Fernandes, Plastic Surgeon, Cape Town, South Africa, who developed the method of percutaneous collagen induction and who is regarded as a pioneer of modern skincare.

     

    Bibliographical Data

    222 pages, 430 colour illustrations, hard-cover edition, format: 24 x 30 cm
    1st edition 2013
    € 149, £ 130, $195
    ISBN: 978-1-85097-253-2
    * inkl. MwSt., zzgl. Versandkosten