3 Responses to “Procedures in Cosmetic Dermatology Series: Soft Tissue Augmentation with DVD”


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  1. I am a huge fan of Carruther’s and really enjoy thier Botox book. I decided to add this one to my collection with the hopes of learning some advanced techniques, tips, tricks, etc. I was disappointed in that respect. It did not talk about “how to” very much other than for the nasaolabial folds and lips. No advanced techniques. The book touches on each type of filler on the market, many not used in the US. It has a section for fillers in skin of color, a great section on how to do the various nerve blocks and a great section on complications. I have seen their material copyright infringed upon by aesthetic workshops/classes and their work is really the gold standard. The DVD is quick snippits of different procedures using various fillers. This will serve me as an excellent refrence for the basics but if your looking for advanced training I’d suggest this is not the best book.
    Rating: 3 / 5

  2. I appreciate so much to editors of Procedures in cosmetic dermatology seria, it’s just what you need whether you start your practice or you are the trainer yourself. The information is very structured and comprehensive. DVD is great. I have two book: BTX and chemical peels. Besides doing my job well I always have something interesting to tell my patients about the history and practical cases taken from these books, they like it very much.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  3. I have purchased 4 of the books in this series and I am delighted with the content, presentation and supplied DVDs. If a practitioner wants to approach a new skill/procedure in his/her office, they will want hands-on symposiums, didactic lectures, and a reference textbook. This book and the ones on chemical peels, Botox, and laser txs are just what the doc oredered. You will not be disappointed.
    Rating: 5 / 5

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