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Tuesday, March 05
2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Dee Anna Glaser, MD, FAAD
- Sue Ellen Cox, MD, FAAD
- Christine A. DeWitt, MD, FAAD
- Zoe Diana Draelos, MD, FAAD - Handout
- Patricia Farris, MD, FAAD
- Dana Lynn Sachs, MD, FAAD
Following this course, the attendee should be able to:
- Describe areas of intervention in the skin aging process.
- Develop treatment plans for patients that help to decrease or slow the aging appearance.
- Discuss with patients the pros and cons of hormonal therapy to prevent aging.
Preventing and treating the aging process and its effects on the skin is commonly sought by our patients. This session will examine the concepts of the aging process. New topical agents will be reviewed to treat the aging skin. In addition the efficacy and safety of hormonal therapies for aging will be discontinued. Simple but effective treatments that dermatologists can perform will be discussed. This is an important session for dermatologist to advise and treat patients who hope to look and feel as young as possible.
- Zouboulis CC., Makrantonaki E. Clinical aspects and Molecular Diagnostics of skin aging. Clinics in Dermatology 29 (1): 3-14, 2011 Jan-Feb.
- Draelos ZD. Cosmetic Dermatology: Products & Procedures. Hoboken, NJ Wiley Blackwell; 2010.
|Tuesday, March 05|
|2:00 PM||Introduction / Dr. Glaser|
|2:10 PM||Theories of Aging with Grace / Dr. Draelos|
|2:30 PM||Using Retinoids to Treat Photoaging / Dr. Sachs|
|3:00 PM||Aging Gracefully: the Role of Topical Agents / Dr. Farris|
|3:25 PM||Questions & Answers / All faculty|
|3:30 PM||Aging Gracefully: the Use of Fillers & Botulinum Toxins / Dr. Cox|
|3:55 PM||Things All Dermatologists Can Offer Their Aging Patients / Dr. Glaser|
|4:20 PM||The Role of Hormone Use in Aging Prevention: Efficacy and Safety / Dr. DeWitt|
|4:45 PM||Questions & Answers / All faculty|