Skin Deep, A User’s Manual: A Dermatologist’s Approach to Problem Free Skin
Skin is your body’s biggest organ. And just like any other organ, skin can have problems, from cradle cap in newborns to age spots in elders. Rare or common, brief or chronic, skin problems can often be treated. In this presentation, you will learn about common skin problems, skin treatments, and ways to be good to your skin at any age.
A Guide to Facial Rejuvenation
Facial rejuvenation is a cosmetic treatment (or series of cosmetic treatments), which aim to restore a youthful appearance to the human face. Facial rejuvenation can be achieved through either surgical and/or non-surgical options. Procedures can vary in invasiveness and depth of treatment. Surgical procedures can restore facial symmetry through targeted procedures, facial restructuring, and skin alterations. Non-surgical procedures can target specific depths of facial structures and treat localized facial concerns such as wrinkles, skin laxity, hyperpigmentation and scars.
This presentation will review the non-surgical aspects of facial rejuvenation, what can be done to slow the aging process and in some cases reverse some of the aspects of aging.
Daniel N. Sauder, M.D., is a renowned clinician. He is past chairman of the Department of Dermatology at Johns Hopkins School of medicine and past Head of Dermatology at Princeton University Medical Center. Dr. Sauder trained at McGill University School of Medicine in Montreal and McMaster University. He completed his dermatology training at the Cleveland Clinic and the National Institutes of Health. He was past chief of dermatology at University of Toronto. Dr. Sauder is past president of the Canadian Dermatology Association, past and founding president of the Canadian Society for Investigative Dermatology and current and founding editor of the Journal of Cutaneous Medicine and Surgery. He has also served on numerous other editorial boards, including the Journal of Investigative Dermatology, Lymphokine Research, Journal of American Academy of Dermatology, and
International Journal of Immunopathology and Pharmacology. His research has focused on the molecular mechanism of the cutaneous (skin) immune response. He was instrumental in developing the field of cutaneous cytokine biology by identifying the role of certain immune system molecules, interleukins and cytokines, in inflammatory skin diseases and tumors. He has received numerous awards, including election to the American Society for Clinical Investigation. He serves on a number of scientific boards including the American Melanoma Foundation. Dr. Sauder is author of over 200 peer reviewed publications.