Mélasma (Mukta Sachdev, Bengaluru, India)
Combined strategies using fractionated laser and QS laser to treat nevus of Ota (Leonardo Marini, Trieste, Italy)
Management of Solar Lentigo (Anne LE PILLOUERPROST, Marseille and Hugues CARTIER, Arras, France)
Lasers in the treatment of nevi and...
Scar prevention I
Pathophysiology of scar formation and HSP – by Uwe PAASCH
Possibilities of IPL in scar prevention - by Peter BJERRING
Possibilities of PDL in scar prevention - by Christine DIERICKS
Pre-surgical fractional thermolysis treatment to improve cosmetic outcome - by Merete...
ESLD SESSION – KEY POINTS AND TAKE HOME MESSAGES
Fractional Drug Delivery: Improving Outcomes by Merete HÆDERSDAL
Level of evidence based on 16 preclinical and 18 clinical studies: Non Melanoma Skin Cancer (NMSC) IB; photodamage IB; scars IIA, topical anesthetics III, onychomycosis III
ESLD SUB-SPECIALTY SESSION Wednesday 28th September 2016 by Dr. Anne LE PILLOUER -PROST (French Laser Group) Prof. Samy FENNICHE (Tunisian Laser Group)
Practical tips from the basics to the practice
Applied laser physics - by Leonardo MARINI
Optimizing laser parameters for vascular lesions...
Tattoo particle size : 2 to 400 nm (4O nm on average)
Nano or pico ? Both work well, picosecond pulse is ideal
Is it necessary to have nano and pico–second lasers?
At the beginning companies said - Sessions every 4 to 8 weeks - 75 % clearance after 5 sessions