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Minimally invasive aesthetic procedures in young adults.

Wollina U, Goldman A - Clin Cosmet Investig Dermatol (2011)

Bottom Line: Age is a significant factor in modifying specific needs when it comes to medical aesthetic procedures.Correction of asymmetries, correction after body modifying procedures, and facial sculpturing are important issues for young adults.The implication of aesthetic medicine as part of preventive medicine is a major ethical challenge that differentiates aesthetic medicine from fashion.

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Affiliation: Department of Dermatology and Allergology, Academic Teaching Hospital Dresden-Friedrichstadt, Dresden, Germany;

ABSTRACT
Age is a significant factor in modifying specific needs when it comes to medical aesthetic procedures. In this review we will focus on young adults in their third decade of life and review minimally invasive aesthetic procedures other than cosmetics and cosmeceuticals. Correction of asymmetries, correction after body modifying procedures, and facial sculpturing are important issues for young adults. The implication of aesthetic medicine as part of preventive medicine is a major ethical challenge that differentiates aesthetic medicine from fashion.

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Reconstruction of an earlobe defect by removal of the epithelium by radiosurgery and appliation of acrylic tissue glue.
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f7-ccid-4-019: Reconstruction of an earlobe defect by removal of the epithelium by radiosurgery and appliation of acrylic tissue glue.

Mentions: Another option is the excision of the epithelium by radiofrequency and immediate application of acrylate-based tissue glue (Figure 7). Many surgical techniques have been described for the correction of ear lobe clefts, such as direct suturing, zetaplasty, ritidoplasty with ear lobe correction, V-shaped flaps, L-shaped flaps, and “surgery of the ear ring”.38


Minimally invasive aesthetic procedures in young adults.

Wollina U, Goldman A - Clin Cosmet Investig Dermatol (2011)

Reconstruction of an earlobe defect by removal of the epithelium by radiosurgery and appliation of acrylic tissue glue.
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f7-ccid-4-019: Reconstruction of an earlobe defect by removal of the epithelium by radiosurgery and appliation of acrylic tissue glue.
Mentions: Another option is the excision of the epithelium by radiofrequency and immediate application of acrylate-based tissue glue (Figure 7). Many surgical techniques have been described for the correction of ear lobe clefts, such as direct suturing, zetaplasty, ritidoplasty with ear lobe correction, V-shaped flaps, L-shaped flaps, and “surgery of the ear ring”.38

Bottom Line: Age is a significant factor in modifying specific needs when it comes to medical aesthetic procedures.Correction of asymmetries, correction after body modifying procedures, and facial sculpturing are important issues for young adults.The implication of aesthetic medicine as part of preventive medicine is a major ethical challenge that differentiates aesthetic medicine from fashion.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Department of Dermatology and Allergology, Academic Teaching Hospital Dresden-Friedrichstadt, Dresden, Germany;

ABSTRACT
Age is a significant factor in modifying specific needs when it comes to medical aesthetic procedures. In this review we will focus on young adults in their third decade of life and review minimally invasive aesthetic procedures other than cosmetics and cosmeceuticals. Correction of asymmetries, correction after body modifying procedures, and facial sculpturing are important issues for young adults. The implication of aesthetic medicine as part of preventive medicine is a major ethical challenge that differentiates aesthetic medicine from fashion.

No MeSH data available.