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Rejuvenation 112 articles

  1. Age grouping to optimize augmentation success.

    Dentistry today 29(5):128 (2010) PMID 20506920

  2. Rejuvenation of the aging face using fractional photothermolysis and intense pulsed light: a new technique.

    Acta Chirurgiae Plasticae 49(2):47 (2007) PMID 17684841

    Photoaging is an inevitable occurrence for people who have a fair skin type, who live in a sunny climate, and who enjoy the outdoors. In the past the remedies for this condition were limited to dermabrasion or chemical peeling. Both dermabrasion and chemical peels have hazards of their own. With phe...
  3. Oral and periodontal tissue. Maintenance, augmentation, rejuvenation, and regeneration.

    Veterinary Clinics of North America: Small Anim... 28(5):1165 (1998) PMID 9779546

    This article discusses the controversies, usefulness, and limitations of oral and periodontal tissue maintenance, augmentation, rejuvenation, and regeneration in the dog and cat. It details many of the specialized materials and techniques used in these procedures in attempts to re-establish healthy...
  4. Management of aging neck.

    Facial Plastic Surgery 12(3):241 (1996) PMID 9243993

  5. Rejuvenation of the skin surface: laser exfoliation.

    Facial Plastic Surgery 12(2):135 (1996) PMID 9220728

  6. The "R.A.R.E." technique (reverse and repositioning effect): the renaissance of the aging face and neck.

    Aesthetic Plastic Surgery 28(3):127 (2004) PMID 15383879

    We now seek to preserve the very firmly attached neck zones, which are the attachment of the posterior border of the fibrous platysma onto the S.C.M. (Sterno-Cleido-Mastoidien muscle). This will permit a more conservative and less aggressive neck surgery, without any sub-platysmal dissection. Over 2...
  7. The quest for rejuvenation.

    Geriatrics 10(11):536 (1955) PMID 13270853

  8. Introduction to the facial soft-tissue fillers conference supplement.

    Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology 64(4 Suppl):S47 (2011) PMID 21458677

  9. Effects of intense pulsed light on sun-damaged human skin, routine, and ultrastructural analysis.

    Lasers in Surgery and Medicine 30(2):82 (2002) PMID 11870785

    Under these conditions, IPL induces minimal morphologic changes in mildly sun-damaged skin. Some esthetic improvement may be secondary to clearing of Demodex organisms and reduction of associated lymphocytic infiltrate. Copyright 2002 Wiley-Liss, Inc....
  10. Rejuvenative, or eliminative and preventive treatment of senility, as suggested by experiments on rats.

    Revue medicale de Liege 5(20):687 (1950) PMID 14786927