Superficial chemosurgery in treating aging skin.

@article{Ayres1962SuperficialCI,
  title={Superficial chemosurgery in treating aging skin.},
  author={S. Ayres},
  journal={Archives of dermatology},
  year={1962},
  volume={85},
  pages={
          385-93
        }
}
  • S. Ayres
  • Published 1962
  • Medicine
  • Archives of dermatology
  • Superficial (cutaneous) chemosurgery refers to the application of chemical cauterants, such as phenol or diluted trichloroacetic acid, for the destruction of the epidermis and uppermost dermis of aging, wrinkled, and sun-damaged skin, followed by healing, with the replacement of these tissues by new epidermis and new dermal connective tissue. This results clinically in an improved texture and appearance of the skin and a decrease in fine and moderate wrinkling. Histologic findings after the… CONTINUE READING
    59 Citations
    Chemical face peeling.
    • P. K. Collins
    • Medicine
    • The Journal of dermatologic surgery and oncology
    • 1986
    • 2
    Morphological investigation of chemical peel on photodamaged facial skin
    • 4
    Effects of Combination Chemical Peel on Facial Photodamaged Skin
    • 1
    Carbon dioxide laser skin resurfacing.
    • 12
    Medium-depth chemical peeling of the skin: a variation of superficial chemosurgery.
    • 88
    Cutaneous laser resurfacing.
    • 145
    The chemical peel.
    • 39

    References

    SHOWING 1-8 OF 8 REFERENCES
    Dermal changes following abrasion.
    • 39
    Planing for precancerous skin.
    • E. Epstein
    • Medicine
    • A.M.A. archives of dermatology
    • 1956
    • 19
    Planing for precancerous skin; a follow-up study.
    • E. Epstein
    • Medicine
    • A.M.A. archives of dermatology
    • 1958
    • 11
    THE CHLORACETIC ACIDS: A BIOCHEMICAL STUDY
    • 22
    Phenol-induced histological skin changes: hazards, technique, and uses.
    • 75
    THE TREATMENT OF POST‐ACNE SCARS WITH PHENOL
    • 90