By Paul J. Carniol, Gary D. Monheit
Each practitioner of aesthetic drugs and surgical procedure will have already got a chain of textbooks teaching on tips to deal with the traditional sufferer. regrettably, each practitioner also will have sufferers who don't comply with the common – who're of a unique age, or intercourse, or ethnicity, or scientific historical past, or who've specific social specifications. This e-book seems at these advanced components that have a tendency to be neglected within the extra common textbooks, yet are of extreme curiosity to these practitioners who're faced by way of a sufferer now not conforming to the traditional therapy; it swimming pools the services of most sensible aesthetic practitioners to aid indicate the parts of detailed problem that come up in medical perform and the way to set approximately tackling and fixing them.
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Aesthetic Rejuvenation Challenges and Solutions: A World Perspective (Series in Cosmetic and Laser Therapy) by Paul J. Carniol, Gary D. Monheit