LM 2 22. Interview. Lipoedema treatment in France and Germany. Dr Falk Christian HECK and Dr Kathrin MEIER
Lipoedema treatment in France and Germany. By Dr Falk Christian HECK and Dr Kathrin MEIER
LM2. Everything you want to know. Videos: Interest and practice of the compressive microvibration obtained with the " Endospheres Therapy " technology. Jean-Marc Chardonneau, MD
All you want to know Interest and practice of the vibratory compression produced by the " Endospheres Therapy " technology Jean-Marc Chardonneau, MD https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bSaE6fAXeI0&list=PLMnCSEF1_-ajYsXIP6Rkf91DopVDLe8Cm https://vimeo.com/manage/videos/657351284 Interest and indications of the microvibratory compression obtained by the Endospheres Therapy technology. https://vimeo.com/manage/videos/657352735 Application technique of the " Endospheres Therapy ".
LM2. Everything you want to know.Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP), an adjuvant treatment for alopecia. Pr Barbara Hersant. Plastic Surgery Henri Mondor Hospital, APHP. Scientific Director of the AIME congress
Everything you want to know about Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP), an adjuvant treatment for alopecia. Pr Barbara Hersant Plastic Surgery, Henri Mondor Hospital, APHP Scientific Director of the AIME Congress The 3 main causes of alopecia are: androgenic alopecia, telogen effluvium and peladic baldness (1). In the case of any alopecia, a medical check-up is essential and will allow [...]
Another look A bridge between phlebology and aesthetic medicine. Dr Kahina Betroune American Hospital of Paris, Neuilly Abstract The theoretical and practical knowledge as well as certain tools of the phlebologist represent a real added value in the practice of aesthetic medicine. The expertise of vascular anatomy, the use of Doppler ultrasound (possible during all procedures), the use of the [...]
LM2 Interviews. The editorial line of L&M N°2. Pr Barbara Hersant. Director of the Editorial Board of L&M
Interview with Prof. Barbara HERSANT Editorial Director https://looketmedecine.fr/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/Barbara-hersant.mp4
LM2. Another look. The interest of the cosmetic consultation in medical practice. Isabelle Milès. Founder of La Bulle de Bobolina, cosmetic training and consulting center.
Tips and tricks The interest of the cosmetic consultation in medical office Isabelle Milès Founder of La Bulle de Bobolina, cosmetic training and advice center. https://labulledebobolina.com/ With the multitude of distribution channels, new trends and the latest favorites of bloggers and instagrammers, it is now difficult to make a choice really [...]
LM2. First steps. Complexion and facial rejuvenation, horizons on the therapeutic arsenal. Marie Feigna, MD.
First steps Complexion and facial rejuvenation: horizons on the therapeutic arsenal. Marie Feigna, MD Maxillofacial Surgeon Introduction Complexion is a broad concept defined by the color, shade and radiance of the face, which is one of the first indicators of skin aging. Skin aging is due to several well-known factors(1), some of which can be modified by [...]
LM2. Everything you want to know. A star peptide in anti-aging: copper peptide. Cyrille LAURENT. Doctor of Science
Another look A star peptide in anti-aging: the copper peptide. Cyrille Laurent Doctor of Science (ex researcher in stem cell biology) Copper peptide is a little-known active ingredient that is not widely used in cosmetics, although it has been the subject of numerous studies demonstrating its effectiveness against placebo. It was discovered in 1974 [...]
Catherine DE GOURSAC, MD Member of the Board of Directors of the AFME, of the SNME, Member of the Scientific Council of the SFME https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E6ZImVyfzK4 First of all, an explanation Peeling comes from the English word "to peel". It is a medical procedure intended to regenerate the skin which appears more [...]
Another look The eye ring Nicolas BRAULT, MD firstname.lastname@example.org What is the eye ring? Anatomical definition The cerne corresponds to the dark jugo-palpebral or palpebro-malar sulcus delimiting the lower eyelid above and the malar region below. Anatomically, it reflects the attachment of osteocutaneous ligaments (orbicularis retaining ligament) between the periosteum of the orbit and the palpebrae.