Dr. Goldberg's Books
“Overview of the physical knowledge required to understand laser medicine and surgery”
Over the last 20 years, the use of lasers in medicine has increased dramatically especially in the field of cosmetic dermatology. In fact, today a majority of clinical conditions are treated exclusively by lasers.
There are many types of lasers and devices used to perform these treatments. As a result, when exploring this field, physicians find themselves faced with a plethora of devices from which to choose.
“Disorders of Fat and Cellulite – Advances in Diagnosis and Treatment”
Alterations in the amount of subcutaneous fat lead to significant changes in appearance, whether from excess (as seen in bodily obesity) or in loss of fat (as seen in facial lipodystrophy associated with the aging process).
This book incorporates the current knowledge of the physiology of fat with the numerous treatment modalities available today; it will be an important review and reference source for any practitioner dealing with the cosmetic treatment of adipose tissue and cellulite.Click here to order a copy of Disorders of Fat and Cellulite – Advances in Diagnosis and Treatment
Different From Other Laser Dermatology Books”
The first all-inclusive text on the pitfalls, complications and controversies surrounding the use of lasers in dermatology and aesthetic medicine. Each chapter starts off by highlighting the key points and essential concepts, followed by a review of the associated pearls and problems. Provides the reader with tips on how to improve the safe and effective use of lasers. Images focus on the pearls and problems.
Laser Dermatology: Pearls and Problems is different from other laser dermatology books. Each of the five chapters begins by highlighting key points and essential concepts, then focuses on the pearls and problems for each area – based on the author’s vast experience in the field of laser dermatology. Dr. Goldberg goes beyond the standard “before and after” approach to use actual images to demonstrate the pearls and pitfalls discussed in the text.
"The first comprehensive reference of photodamage”
The first comprehensive reference surveying the numerous and varying manifestations of photodamage.
A critical topic for any medical specialist treating the skin, this reference offers an authoritative review of the pathophysiology, epidemiology, and prevention of photodamage- assessing the latest methods and treatments for the evaluation, diagnosis, and care of patients exhibiting malignant or benign forms of sun damage.
"A Current Approach To Non-invasive Facial Rejuvenation”
The past decade has seen an explosion in non-surgical techniques that improve the quality, tone and color of aging skin. It is now through a variety of non-surgical, non-invasive approaches, often used in combination, that dramatic skin changes can be induced. This reader-friendly and unique compendium on all aspects of non-invasive facial rejuvenation shows the current approach to non-invasive facial rejuvenation. It describes when and how to use laser and laser-like technology, the variety of superficial and deep peels that can be used by themselves or in conjunction with lasers. Last but not least, it also covers the variety of dermal fillers and skin volume enhancement agents and the increasing cosmetic uses of botulinum toxin. Novices, as well as experts, will benefit from the wealth of experience and expert practical information of the authors who are world-renowned experts in their field.
This book, edited by leading laser authority David J. Goldberg, MD, takes a practical approach to the laser treatment of spider veins, pigmented lesions and tattoos, scars, pre-cancerous and cancerous changes of the skin, acne, and psoriasis.
This book, edited by leading laser authority David J. Goldberg, MD, presents a practical approach to laser skin resurfacing, non-ablative skin treatments, radiofrequency skin tightening, laser hair removal and the laser treatment of ethnic skin.
“An In Depth Study of Laser Hair Removal”
This is a well-produced volume written by an acknowledged expert in the field. The color photographs are excellent.
This is the first monograph to present the pros and cons of competing systems in a practical evaluation: each of the main chapters details the technology, the studies to date and the clinical technique.
A Full Account of the Science Behind Cosmetic Fillers”
The use of fillers to remove facial wrinkles is increasing in popularity, particularly since it makes such an ideal adjunct to treatment with botulinum toxins.
This color-illustrated text, from an internationally acknowledged expert in cosmetic dermatology, gives a full account of the science behind the various fillers, as well as their appropriate use, singly or in combination with other modalities. Also included is a discussion of potential complications and how to avoid them, as well as a contributed chapter covering the European experience with cosmetic fillers.