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Journal of Skin

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New treatment with plasma exeresis for non- surgical blepharoplasty

World Dermatological Congress

September 18-20, 2017 SAN ANTONIO, TX, USA

Tsioumas G. Sotirios

University of Camerino, Greece

ScientificTracks Abstracts: J Skin

Abstract :

The survey aims to highlight new noninvasive techniques on Oculoplastic focusing on the eyelid. Research and test object were 80 patients, age range 40-78 years, who had problems of small, medium and high degree of ptosis and problems from older surgical blepharoplasties. Common factor and 80 cases were surgical avoidance desire, due to cost and fear in the process. The method of solving the mentioned problems was the bloodless blepharoplasty using plasma exeresis. For the evaluation of the results through Plasma Exeresis method, set a satisfaction scale of 1 to 5 (1 = not at all satisfied - 5 = completely satisfied). All patients have described the results of treatment as 5 .

Biography :

Dr. Tsioumas is a surgeon Opthamologist and graduate of the Medical School of the University of Modena in Italy. He is a master in Aesthetic Medicine , having completed his specialization at the “Agios Savvas” Oncology hospital; , and his areas of specification include toxins , fillers , mesotherapy , peels , threads , tumour removal and painless , bloodless and suture-free blepharoplasty with Plexr. Dr Tsioumas is also a lecturer at the University of Camerino and President of S.A.M.N.A.S (Society Aesthetic Medicine Non Ablative Surgery. Moreover his persistent research and devotion on Aesthetic Medicine made him write his first book “Manual of Aesthetic Medicine “ that was translated in three languages.

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