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Saturday, March 30

Clinical Applications - Cutaneous


Participants This session is for all health care practitioners, engineers, scientists, or any interested individuals working with lasers and energy-based devices. All heath care personnel will benefit by learning how to maximize results of treatment of cutaneous conditions while minimizing complications.

Background Requirements Participants with a basic understanding of skin biology and physics will derive maximal benefit from the presentations, however, all meeting attendees are welcome to attend and contribute.

Educational Needs/Expected Learning Objectives This session will explore the use of lasers and energy-based devices to treat a wide spectrum of cutaneous conditions. Controlled studies demonstrating objective evidence in support of new devices and new uses of established devices will be presented. Attendees will be encouraged to participate in discussion of the presented data. Updating current knowledge on the use of energy-based devices as well as maximizing results and minimizing complications will be a prime objective of this session.

Sub-Topics

  • Complications and Legal Issues
  • Fat/Body Contouring
  • Pigment
  • Tightening
  • Tattoo
Section Chairs
Jennifer Y. Lin, MD Lin-Jennifer-Y-Thumb Christopher B. Zachary, MBBS, FRCP  Zachary-Christopher-B-Thumb
TIME 
TITLE - PRESENTING AUTHOR
1:30 PM - 1:32 PM Introduction - Jennifer Y. Lin, Christopher B. Zachary
Complications and Legal Issues
1:33 PM - 1:38 PM THE PERCEPTION OF PROCEDURAL VASCULAR LASER PAIN AND DISCREPANCIES AMONGST PATIENTS, PHYSICIANS, AND INDUSTRY Lauren M. Bonati ♦ | Mountain Dermatology Specialists, Edwards, CO
1:39 PM - 1:44 PM POOR WOUND HEALING OF LASER-ASSISTED TUMESCENT LIPOSUCTION ADIT SITES DUE TO POSTOPERATIVE ISOTRETINOIN USE Daniel P. Friedmann ♦ | Westlake Dermatology & Cosmetic Surgery, Austin, TX
1:45 PM - 1:50 PM COMPLICATIONS FROM LASER TATTOO REMOVAL: HOUSTON, WE HAVE A PROBLEM Amanda Suggs ♦ | Dermatology & Laser Surgery Center, Houston, TX
1:51 PM - 1:56 PM GOOGLE AND DERMATOLOGY: WHAT DO WE SEARCH AND WHO CONTROLS THE NARRATIVE? Jennifer L. Sawaya ♦ | Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA
1:57 PM - 2:02 PM A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW OF OUTCOME REPORTING IN LASER TREATMENTS FOR DERMATOLOGICAL DISEASES Frederike Fransen ♦✈ | Amsterdam University Medical Centre, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
2:03 PM - 2:07 PM Q&A 
Pigment
2:08 PM - 2:13 PM COMBINATION, SEQUENTIAL TREATMENT USING FRACTIONATED 1550nm, FRACTIONATED 1927nm AND PICOSECOND 532nm LASERS IMPROVES MODERATELY SEVERE PHOTODAMAGE IN A SINGLE TREATMENT SESSION Gaurav Singh  | NYU Langone Health, New York, NY
2:14 PM - 2:19 PM LASER-ASSISTED DRUG DELIVERY OF TOPICAL TRANEXAMIC ACID USING A 1927nm NON-ABLATIVE FRACTIONAL THULIUM LASER FOR THE TREATMENT OF MELASMA Mitalee P. Christman ♦ | Laser & Skin Surgery Center New York, New York, NY
2:20 PM - 2:25 PM A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL OF PICOSECOND ALEXANDRITE LASER WITH A DIFFRACTIVE LENS ARRAY COMPARED TO TRIPLE COMBINATION CREAM FOR MELASMA IN ASIANS Chang Cheng Chang | China Medical University Hospital, Taichung, Taiwan
2:26 PM - 2:31 PM TREATMENT OF MELASMA USING A COMBINED TREATMENT APPROACH OF A LOW-FLUENCE QUALITY-SWITCHED (QS) Nd:YAG LASER; MECHANICAL EXFOLIATION, TOPICAL HYDROQUINONE, AND PHOTOPROTECTION: A PROSPECTIVE, BLIND, RANDOMIZED, SPLIT-FACE, PLACEBO-CONTROLLED TRIAL Mona Sadeghpour ♦ | SkinCare Physicians, Chestnut Hill, MA
2:32 PM - 2:44 PM Q&A
2:45 PM - 3:30 PM BREAK
Pigment
3:31 PM - 3:36 PM THE EFFICACY IN TREATMENT OF FACIAL MELASMA WITH THULIUM 1927nm FRACTIONAL LASER-ASSISTED TOPICAL TRANEXAMIC ACID DELIVERY: A SPLIT-FACE, DOUBLE-BLIND, RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED PILOT STUDY Francesca Mari S. Sy-Alvarado ♦✈ | Siriraj Hospital, Mahidol University, Bangkok, Thailand
Tattoo
3:37 PM - 3:42 PM ACOUSTIC SHOCK WAVE DEVICE IMPROVES CLEARANCE IN PICOSECOND LASER-ASSISTED TATTOO REMOVAL: RESULTS FROM A PILOT STUDY Ramya K. Vangipuram ♦ | University of Texas Health Sciences Center at Houston, Houston, TX
3:43 PM - 3:45 PM Q&A
Hyperhydrosis
3:46 PM - 3:51 PM BOTULINUM TOXIN VS MICROWAVE TREATMENT FOR HYPERHIDROSIS Roman Smucler | Asklepion-Lasercentre Prague, Prague, Prague, Czech Repablic
3:52 PM - 3:53 PM Q&A
Tightening
3:54 PM - 3:59 PM A PILOT STUDY, COMBINING UNIPOLAR RADIOFREQUENCY AND POLYDIOXANONE (PDO) THREADS IN TREATING UPPER LID AND BROW PTOSIS IN ASIAN PATIENTS Michelle Villanueva | Belo Medical Group, Makati, Philippines
4:00 PM - 4:05 PM STANDARDIZATION FOR NOVEL RADIOFREQUENCY DEVICE EVALUATION Barry E. DiBernardo | New Jersey Plastic Surgery, Montclair, NJ
4:06 PM - 4:11 PM FRACTIONAL, HIGH DENSITY DELIVERY OF ULTRASOUND PULSES IMPROVES FACIAL AND NECK WRINKLES: RESULTS OF IN VIVO PIG SKIN HISTOLOGY AND HUMAN CLINICAL STUDIES Gaurav Singh  | NYU Langone Health, New York, NY
4:12 PM - 4:14 PM Q&A
Fat/Body Contouring
4:15 PM - 4:20 PM CHANGES IN 3D ULTRASOUND MEASUREMENTS IN FAT FOLLOWING TREATMENT WITH A 1060nm NON-INVASIVE DIODE LASER WITH A PETITE MASK (10.49 cm2) FOR FAT REDUCTION AND LAX TISSUE IN THE SUBMENTAL AREA Lawrence S. Bass | Bass Plastic Surgery, New York, NY
4:21 PM - 4:26 PM EVALUATING THE USE OF CRYOLIPOLYSIS OF SUBMENTAL FAT IN ASIAN PATIENTS Mandy Chan | University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China
4:27 PM - 4:32 PM ASSESSING THE SAFETY AND EFFICACY OF DIODE LASER FOR THE TREATMENT OF NON-INVASIVE BODY CONTOURING Mandy Chan | University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China
4:33 PM - 4:38 PM MRI EVALUATION OF CHANGES IN GLUTEAL MUSCLES FOLLOWING TREATMENTS WITH THE HIGH-INTENSITY FOCUSED ELECTROMAGNETIC (HIFEM) TECHNOLOGY Melanie Palm | Art of Skin, Solana Beach, CA
4:39 PM - 4:44 PM LONG-TERM FOLLOW-UP ON PATIENTS WITH HIFEM-INDUCED ABDOMINAL TISSUE CHANGES: MRI AND CT ASSISTED QUANTIFICATION OF MUSCLE GROWTH AND FAT REDUCTION David E. Kent | Skin Care Physicians of Georgia, Macon, GA
4:45 PM - 4:50 PM EFFICACY OF A 1060nm NON-INVASIVE DIODE LASER FOR THE SUBMENTAL AREA ASSESSED BY 3D PHOTOGRAPHY WITH 6-MONTH FOLLOW-UP Paul M. Graham | Associates in Dermatology, Fort Myers, FL 
4:51 PM - 4:56 PM RETROSPECTIVE EVALUATION OF NEEDLE BASED BIPOLAR RADIOFREQUENCY VS 1440nm FIBER BASED LASER WITH 3 AND 12 MONTHS FOLLOW-UP Katharina Russe-Wilflingseder| Plastic Reconstructive Aesthetic Surgery Lasercenter, Innsbruck, Austria
4:57 PM - 5:02 PM MULTICENTER PIVOTAL STUDY OF THE SAFETY AND EFFECTIVENESS OF A TISSUE STABILIZED-GUIDED SUBCISION PROCEDURE FOR THE TREATMENT OF CELLULITE - 5 YEAR UPDATE Jeremy B. Green | Skin Associates of South Florida, Coral Gables, FL
5:03 PM - 5:11 PM Q&A
5:12 PM - 5:13 PM Conclusion - Jennifer Y. Lin, Christopher B. Zachary

CME Max AMA PRA Category 1 CME Credits™, CE Max CE Contact Hours

♦ Early Career Presenter | ✈ ASLMS Educational Grant Recipient
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The American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery is the world’s largest scientific organization dedicated to promoting research, education and high standards of clinical care in the field of medical laser applications. It provides a forum for the exchange of scientific information and participation in communicating the latest developments in laser medicine and surgery to clinicians, research investigators, government and regulatory agencies, and the public.

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