alexa Can The Cream Replace The Lasers To Treat Melasma?
ISSN: 2155-9554

Journal of Clinical & Experimental Dermatology Research
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6th International Conference on Cosmetology, Trichology and Aesthetic Practices
April 13-14, 2017 Dubai, UAE

Dinko Kaliterna
Polyclinic Poliderma, Zagreb
ScientificTracks Abstracts: J Clin Exp Dermatol Res
DOI: 10.4172/2155-9554.C1.053
Melasma is very common refractory esthetic problem which is hard to resolve. It is common among women but men are also affected. Typically melasma recurs even after the treatment and it gets worse during summers. There are many different treatments to treat melasma but the lasers are the most effective. Mostly it takes 3 to 5 sessions with the lasers but there is limitation for laser treatment and many people can’t afford it. The market is saturated with the creams for hyperpigmentation which are mostly limited with bad results, such as irritation. These creams cannot be used during the summer and it takes a long time to see some results. We want to represent the cream based on resorcinol derivatives which gives results which can be compared with lasers or give even better results. The results can be seen in less than 30 days which is much faster than any laser. It seems that now we have very effective cream for the melasma. Acne is the most common dermatological disease. Typically acne resolves but very often the scars develop. There are many different treatments for acne scars. The scar can’t be 100% removed but due to the latest technology like fractional lasers we achieve mostly very good results. Typically it takes 3 to 5 sessions with the down time and some side effects. Unfortunately many people can’t afford those treatments. The only effective alternative for the acne scars is the cream based on the resorcinol derivatives. This is a first cream for the treatment of acne scars. The first results are seen in less than 30 days. The cream can’t replace the lasers but gives the results which are comparable with laser treatments. The new treatment for the buttock shaping Today the treatment for the buttock shaping are extremely popular, especially in Brazil. For that purpose the fat or implants are mostly used. The limit of those treatments is that banana fold is not affected. That area is the most refractory for any treatment. Even professional models and dancers have problem with that area regarding the shape and skin laxity. Until recently there was no any effective treatment for the banan fold. We want to represent the device based on radio frequency which uses canila to warm the connective tissue and destroy the fat under the skin. With the infrared camera and on the tip of the canila we measure the temperature which we adjust. Only 1 session is enough, there are no brusies and the results are longlasting.

Dinko Kaliterna was born in 1971 in Split, where he finished medical high school. He enrolled to Faculty of Medicine in Zagreb in 1990, and graduated in 1996. He then spends his internship working in K.B. Merkur in Zagreb and after finalizing his state examination in 1997 he goes to finish his military service which he spent working as a medic. After returning from the army, by the end of 1998, he spends 8 months in surgical units in several hospitals in Zagreb where he performs minor aesthetic-corrective procedures.

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