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Laser and Light Source Treatments for the Skin
Mathew M Avram MD JD
Paul M Friedman MD
Marc R Avram MD

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Publish Year2014
Size7.25" X 10.25"
cover TypeHard Back
Quick Overview
Laser and Light Source Treatments for the Skin provides a comprehensive, clinically relevant survey of cutaneous laser surgery written by the top authorities within this field. Importantly, this text focuses not only on lasers but also light sources and other energy-based devices such as radiofrequency, intense pulsed light, ultrasound and cryolipolysis.

This book provides an excellent, comprehensive, practical overview of the field of laser, light source and other energy-based treatments within the field of dermatology.
Key Features
• This book is an in-depth guide to the safe and effective practice of dermatologic laser surgery.

• Provides an excellent, comprehensive and practical overview of the field of laser, light source and other energy-based treatments within the field of dermatology.

• Written and edited by internationally renowned experts in the field of dermatology.

• Contains many full-color clinical photographs and practical points.

• Covers new technique such as noninvasive fat reduction, advances in fractional resurfacing and patient safety pearls.
Target Audience
Useful for Neophyte and Experienced Laser Surgeon.

REVIEWER'S EXPERT OPINION Patricia Wong, MD (Stanford University Medical Center)


to basic laser principles and reviews home laser devices for rejuvenation and hair reduction, as well as the current state-of-the art lasers and light-based devices available for pigmentation disorders, wrinkles, scars, and textural improvement.


t lasers, their applications, risks, and benefits. The differences between different devices are mentioned.


The audience is dermatologists.


This is a handy introductory book to use to learn about the various lasers currently available, their applications, risks, and differences. It offers practical tips to minimize complications and maximize optimal outcomes for patients. Home lasers for consumer use are briefly covered in a separate chapter. The book includes photographs of devices and lasers, tables that summarize clinical study results, and color clinical photographs of patients who have undergone treatment.


This is one of a number of helpful books for dermatologists seeking to establish a laser practice. Reading it will help dermatologists choose which lasers are the best fit for their practice. It also sets realistic expectations about the limitations and accomplishments of each device.

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