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Journal of Clinical & Experimental Dermatology Research

Journal of Clinical & Experimental Dermatology Research
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ISSN: 2155-9554

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Fresh frozen cadavers courses for aesthetic rejuvenation procedures

4th International Conference and Expo on Cosmetology & Trichology

June 22-24, 2015 Philadelphia, USA

Luis De Sola Semeria

Posters-Accepted Abstracts: J Clin Exp Dermatol Res

Abstract :

The continuous arrival of new techniques in the field of aesthetic and cosmetic medicine procedures involves difficulties and obstacles both for learning as for the evaluation of safety of these interventions as well. The famous �??learning curve�?� performed in most cases with actual live patients demands-in many cases-giving a solution to practical issues for which many of the newcomers in the cosmetic field are not yet prepared, facing with the risk of undesirable results. With the objective of evaluating different techniques applied to aged-skin rejuvenation, we performed infiltrations of dermal fillers, volume augmentation, lifting threads and other interventions using either a blunt cannula or a sharp needle, and combining them with or without local hyaluronidase. These procedures were performed on fresh cadavers heads, and then followed by an anatomical dissection to record the description of findings. This study was carried out within the scope of the Master degree in Aesthetic and Antiaging Medicine of the Complutense-University of Madrid. Thanks to these procedures, we were able to verify the location and injection plane of different filling materials and threads, even the relationship between certain rejuvenation techniques and anatomical risk zones and the anatomical plane where different types of threads are implanted. The fresh cadavers heads had the ideal characteristics for observing and summarizing the behavior of wrinkle-filling materials of different densities according various rejuvenation techniques. They represent also a suitable method for learning and evaluating new procedures. We present with the findings and consider that in the near future this type of training should be a requirement in the aesthetic medical training.