Tag Archive 'Ácido hialurónico'

Domingo 8 / abril / 2012

The science of hyaluronic acid dermal fillers.

Filed under: Temas de meses anteriores — Dr. Pável Reyes Rodríguez — abril 8th, 2012 — 10:59 PM

The science of hyaluronic acid dermal fillers
Tezel A, Fredrickson GH.
J Cosmet Laser Ther. 2008 Mar;10(1):35-42.

Journal of Cosmetic and Laser TherapyThe use of injectable materials for soft‐tissue augmentation has been increasing in the United States, reflecting the introduction of new hyaluronic acid (HA)‐based dermal fillers. HA dermal fillers vary widely in their physical and chemical characteristics and many variables contribute to their overall performance. This article explains the basic science of HA and describes how the physical properties of HA dermal fillers may influence clinical outcomes.

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Domingo 8 / abril / 2012

Comparative physical properties of hyaluronic acid dermal fillers.

Filed under: Temas de meses anteriores — Dr. Pável Reyes Rodríguez — abril 8th, 2012 — 10:27 PM

Comparative physical properties of hyaluronic acid dermal fillers
Kablik J, Monheit GD, Yu L, Chang G, Gershkovich J.
Dermatol Surg. 2009 Feb;35 Suppl 1:302-12.

Dermatologic SurgeryHyaluronic acid (HA) fillers are becoming the material of choice for use in cosmetic soft tissue and dermal correction. HA fillers appear to be similar, but their physical characteristics can be quite different. These differences have the potential to affect the ability of the physician to provide the patient with a natural and enduring result. A careful review of these gel characteristics is essential in determining filler selection, performance, and patient expectations.

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Domingo 8 / abril / 2012

Hyaluronic acid gel ( Juvéderm™) preparations in the treatment of facial wrinkles and folds

Filed under: Temas de meses anteriores — Dr. Pável Reyes Rodríguez — abril 8th, 2012 — 9:54 PM

Hyaluronic acid gel ( Juvéderm™) preparations in the treatment of facial wrinkles and folds
Bogdan Allemann I, Baumann L.
Clin Interv Aging. 2008;3(4):629-34.

Soft tissue augmentation with temporary dermal fillers is a continuously growing field, supported by the ongoing development and advances in technology and biocompatibility of the products marketed. The longer lasting, less immunogenic and thus more convenient hyaluronic acid (HA) fillers are encompassing by far the biggest share of the temporary dermal filler market. Since the approval of the first HA filler, Restylane, there are at least 10 HA fillers that have been approved by the FDA. Not all of the approved HA fillers are available on the market, and many more are coming.Restylane, Perlane, and Juvéderm are currently the most popular dermal fillers used in the United States.

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