By Paul J. Carniol, Gary D. Monheit
Each practitioner of aesthetic medication and surgical procedure will have already got a sequence of textbooks teaching on easy methods to deal with the traditional sufferer. regrettably, each practitioner also will have sufferers who don't agree to the typical – who're of a unique age, or intercourse, or ethnicity, or clinical background, or who've particular social necessities. This booklet appears at these complex parts that have a tendency to be missed within the extra ordinary textbooks, yet are of severe curiosity to these practitioners who're faced by means of a sufferer no longer conforming to the traditional therapy; it swimming pools the services of best aesthetic practitioners to assist indicate the components of detailed problem that come up in scientific perform and the way to set approximately tackling and fixing them.
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Moreover, the cosmetic industry is using novel mechanisms for marketing directly to ethnic consumers. 2 billion, an overall increase of 8% in surgical procedures. Surgical procedures increased by 114%, and nonsurgical procedures increased by 754%. This represents an increase of 457% in the total number of cosmetic procedures since 1997. (6) As the number of cosmetic procedures continues to increase, dermatologists and cosmetic surgeons can expect greater numbers of procedures to be performed in specialized ethnic populations.
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