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Principi di terapia dermoestetica

  • Aurora TedeschiEmail author
  • Maria Pia De Padova
  • Antonino Di Pietro

Riassunto

Le procedure estetiche sono sempre più utilizzate in campo dermatologico per prevenire e/o trattare i segni dell’invecchiamento fisiologico e fotoindotto, ovvero per incrementare la luminosita e il turgore cutaneo, ridare sostegno al viso e migliorare in generale l’aspetto estetico. A tale proposito verranno descritte e discusse le principali procedure estetiche, rappresentate dal peeling, dalla biostimolazione, dai filler e dalla tossina botulinica.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Aurora Tedeschi
    • 1
    Email author
  • Maria Pia De Padova
  • Antonino Di Pietro
  1. 1.UOC, Clinica DermatologicaUniversità di Catania AOU Policlinico-Vittorio EmanueleCataniaItaly

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