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Reflections on debates in aesthetic dermatology: Part I

      Over the years, cosmetic dermatology has witnessed transformative innovation and unbridled growth. The techniques to combat aging skin have continued to evolve from the initial introduction of botulinum toxins, soft-tissue fillers, chemical peels, microneedling rollers, and the first early versions of lasers and energy-based devices.
      • Serri R
      • Iorizzo M.
      Combating aging skin.
      • Romagnoli M
      • Belmontesi M.
      Hyaluronic acid-based fillers: theory and practice.
      • Thioly-Bensoussan D.
      Non-hyaluronic acid fillers.
      • Salti G
      • Ghersetich I.
      Advanced botulinum toxin techniques against wrinkles in the upper face.
      • Fernandes D
      • Signorini M.
      Combating photoaging with percutaneous collagen induction.
      • Landau M.
      Chemical peels.
      • Humphreys TR.
      Lasers and dermatology: part I.
      • Houk LD
      • Humphreys TR.
      Masers to magic bullets: an updated history of lasers in dermatology.
      • Shah VV
      • Aldahan AS
      • Mlacker S
      • Nouri K.
      The evolution of laser technology in dermatology.
      • Geiges ML.
      History of lasers in dermatology.
      These were the result of hard work, ingenuity, and innovation of our peers in the field. Although the selection of available products and devices back then were more limited than they are today, much was still unknown at the time.
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