Combination of Treatments in Nonsurgical Facelift Performance to Conduce a Case of Severe Photoaging

  title={Combination of Treatments in Nonsurgical Facelift Performance to Conduce a Case of Severe Photoaging},
  author={Amanda da Silva Salom{\~a}o and Luciana Gasques and Mayara Brito de Nascimento and Coelho Ap and Pereira Cp},
  journal={Archives of Medicine},
Introduction: Combination of techniques enables access to different depths in skin improving performance in nonsurgical face lift. Objective: To determine the effectiveness of the combination: intraoral 2940 nm erbium, followed by microneedled radiofrequency and microfocused ultrasound in severe photoaging. Materials and methods: Split-face study assessing combination combination of Intraoral Erbium: Yag Laser (IEL) 2940 nm pro-collagen, Microfocused Ultrasound and Microneedled Radiofrequency… Expand


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