The use of fillers to remove facial wrinkles is increasing in popularity, particularly since it makes such an ideal adjunct to treatment with botulinum toxins. This color-illustrated text, from an internationally acknowledged expert in cosmetic dermatology, gives a full account of the science behind the various fillers, as well as their appropriate use, singly or in combination with other modalities. Also included is a discussion of potential complications and how to avoid them, as well as a contributed chapter covering the European experience with fillers.
Fillers in Cosmetic Dermatology
1. The history of fillers 2. Collagen 3. Hyaluronic acid 4. Calcium hydroxylapatite 5. Poly l-lactic acid 6. Fillers in Europe (Benjamin Ascher) 7. Botulinum toxin type A and its adjunctive use with dermal fillers 8. Complications of Fillers