By Pearl E. Grimes MD
This targeted ebook is the one complete consultant to either surgical and nonsurgical beauty therapy of sufferers with darker pores and skin pigmentation, together with sufferers of African, Asian, and Latin descent. it's authored by means of quite a lot of overseas specialists during this box from all continents and edited by way of a world-renowned researcher and academician relating to pigmentation disorders.
Practical, concise chapters disguise all universal surgical and nonsurgical remedy methods and deal with the large variety of beauty matters dealing with sufferers with darker pores and skin pigmentation. greater than 350 full-color illustrations supplement the text.
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The findings suggest that there are no differences in chronologic aging in black and white skin. The skin is also a target for various hormones, and sex steroids have a profound influence on the aging process. A decrease in sex steroids thus induces a reduction of those skin functions that are under hormonal control. Sex steroids manifest their effects by two different mechanisms: Genomic and nongenomic effects. 19 Estrogen and progesterone stimulate proliferation of keratinocytes, whereas estrogen suppresses apoptosis and thus prevents epidermal atrophy.
INTRINSIC AGING All humans experience intrinsic aging. Typically, it is characterized by smooth, relatively atrophic, finely wrinkled or lax skin. Histologically, the stratum corneum is normal. However, the epidermis is atrophic and there is flattening of the dermoepidermal function. Dermal features include decreased thickness, loss of elastic fibers, and a decrease in the biosynthetic capacity of fibroblasts (Table 3-1). qxd 09/04/2007 08:16 Page 32 anil HDD1:Books:GRBQ-Jobs:GRBQ256:Chapter: TechBooks [PPG -QUARK] 32 PART I ■ GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR COSMETIC SURGERY A B Figure 3-3 Hemotoxylin and eosin stain sections from (A) a 50-year-old African American and (B) a 50-year-old Caucasian.
There is severe collagen degeneration in the 50-year-old Caucasian. There is a scarcity of data regarding the histologic features of chronologic aging in darker racial ethnic groups. Herzberg and Dinehart18 examined the features of sun-protected skin from six African Americans 6 weeks to 75 years of age with light and electron microscopy. Figure 3-4 Illustration showing intrinsic aging of the upper, mid-, and lower face, including brow furrows, eyelid ptosis and laxity, nasolabial lines, and jowl formation.
Aesthetics and Cosmetic Surgery for Darker Skin Types by Pearl E. Grimes MD