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  • Consumer Poll in March 2003.
  • Provider selection: go into detail about Dr. Troutman’s training and experience.
  • Mention burgoyne with eye surgery
  • Skin cancer statistics from http:// www.skincancer.org /Skin-Cancer-Facts/#general

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  • 1. Skin Care Reversing the Hands of Time Mignon Brewster, RN MBA Manager of Advanced Aesthetics, Plastic Surgery and Vein Treatment Options
  • 2.
    • How happy are you with your appearance?
    • Nearly half gave a score of 5 or less on a scale of 10
    • Only 1 in 4 adult Americans consider themselves attractive
    • 30% indicate they would change something about their looks
  • 3.
    • How and where to begin
      • Provider / facility selection
        • Board certification, training, credentials, continued training, accreditation, sterilization
      • What are your concerns?
      • Level of aggression
      • Level of commitment
      • Economic issues
      • Realistic expectations
      • Develop multi-level treatment plan
  • 4.
    • UVA rays (aging rays)
      • Strong year round/penetrates glass and clouds
      • Chief cause of photo aging, penetrates/thins dermis
      • 20x more prevalent than UVB
      • Repetitive exposure cause DNA changes
    • UVB rays (burning rays)
      • Strength of rays dependant on date/time/season
      • Doesn’t penetrate glass
      • Skin reddening/sunburn
      • Penetrate epidermis
  • 5.
    • Facts and Photoaging (UVA/UVB Rays)
    • Sun exposure causes up to 90% of visible aging* *source Skin Cancer Foundation
    • Degradation of collagen and elastin fibers
      • Profound loss of collagen
    • Breakdown in connective tissue
    • UV rays generate free radicals
      • The best broad-spectrum sun protection blocks 55% of damaging rays
      • Free radicals (combine antioxidants w/ sun protection)
  • 6.
    • Aging of upper face
      • Thinning dermis, atrophy of fat pads, loss of elasticity, vessels appear, wrinkles, lowering of eyebrows
    • Aging of lower face
      • Descent of corners of mouth, prominence of nasolabial folds, thinning lips, jowls, vertical lines above lip, less defined cupid’s bow, increased hair production
  • 7.
    • Daily Skin Care Essentials
    • Essential for all ages and genders
      • Cleanser and sun protection (UVA and UVB protection)
      • Additional essentials in adulthood (antioxidants, retinol, quality makeup)
    • Selection of products dependant on individual needs (moisture, eye cream, oil control)
    • Prevent further damage (face, neck, décolleté)
  • 8.
    • UV spectrum protection (products to protect from UVA; titanium dioxide, benzenes, Parsol 1789, Mexoryl, Helioplex)
    skinceuticals.com
  • 9.
        • Light Based / Laser Treatment Options
          • Multiple treatments/level of commitment/realistic expectations/define downtime
          • In-office procedures
          • Combination of procedures
        • Profractional (dermal ablative resurfacing)
          • Replace CO2 laser (more precise)
          • Deep lines/wrinkles/acne scarring/collagen remodeling
        • MicroLaser Peel (epidermal ablative resurfacing)
          • Texture, fine lines, pigment irregularities, youthful, radiant glow
        • Photorejuvenation (hyperpigmentation, rosacea)
        • Hair reduction
    R’s of Aesthetics = Resurface, Relax, Refill
  • 10.
    • Profractional Before & After 3 treatments
    Profractional Before & After 5 treatments
  • 11.
    • MicroLaser Peel Before & After 3 treatments
  • 12.
    • Botox ® / Dysport ®
  • 13.
    • Dermal Fillers
    • Fill lines and wrinkles
      • Nasolabial folds, marionette lines, frown lines, smoker’s lines
    • Lip augmentation
    • Improve lip definition
    • Cheek augmentation
    • Blending of lid-cheek junction
    • Hide signs of aging in the hands
  • 14.
    • Filler Before and After
  • 15.
    • Restylane ® Before and After
  • 16.
    • Breast augmentation (saline vs. silicone)
    • Breast lift (full vs. mini)
    • Tummy Tuck (full vs. mini)
    • Liposuction (traditional vs. laser)
    • Facial Plastic Surgery (full vs. mini)
      • Brow, eye and neck lift options’
      • Realistic expectations
    Body Contouring
  • 17.
    • Protecting your investments
    • Daily skin care routine
      • Cleansers
      • Sunscreen
      • Makeup
    • Facials
    • Aesthetician services
  • 18.
    • Save your life — skin cancer concerns
      • Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the United States. More than 3.5 million skin cancers in over two million people are diagnosed annually.
      • Each year there are more new cases of skin cancer than the combined incidence of cancers of the breast, prostate, lung and colon.
      • Melanoma is the most common form of cancer for young adults 25-29 years old and the second most common form of cancer for young people 15-29 years old.
  • 19.
    • Questions?