Author(s): Shah GM, Kilmer SL, Shah GM, Kilmer SL
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Abstract BACKGROUND: Nonablative technologies have been used for fine lines and improvement of skin texture without significant downtime. Nonablative technologies may also be used in combination. OBJECTIVE: To present a brief review on nonablative technologies and discuss using nonablative procedures in combination and with other adjunctive therapies. MATERIALS AND METHODS: A review of the literature was done to identify combination nonablative studies. We also discuss our own experience in combining these procedures. RESULTS: Various nonablative technologies can be used together, often with better outcomes and fewer treatments. CONCLUSION: Nonablative and adjunctive treatments should be performed in combination to optimize the results. Much of the information in this publication is from personal experience and expresses the opinions of these authors while citing relevant literature and studies.
This article was published in Dermatol Surg
and referenced in Dermatology and Dermatologic Diseases
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