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Dr Ferial FANIAN


Dermatologist, Laserist, Confocalist

PhD in Life and Health Sciences -University of Franche-Comte, 2016

Fellowship in "Wound healing", University of Franche-comté, 2014

Fellowship in Laser and Aesthetic dermatology (Inter-university diploma), France, 2013

Fellowship on Research in Dermatology, Centre for Research and Training in Skin Diseases and Leprosy (CRTSDL), tehran University of Medical Sciences , Iran, 2009

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Objective 18-month Comparison of the Tolerability of 2 Dermal Fillers Formulated with Tri-Hyal Technology.

Dec, 2020

The first phase of this study showed that ART FILLER Universal filler (AFU; FILORGA Laboratories) and ART FILLER Fine lines (AFFL) were non-inferior to JUVÉDERM Ultra 3 (Allergan) and FIRST LINES PureSense (Teoxane), respectively. The clinical benefits of AFU and AFFL on nasolabial folds and crow's feet persisted until at least Day 180. This article reports results from an open-label extension phase that assessed the tolerability and efficacy of AFU and AFFL for up to 18 months based on clinical evaluation and ultrasound high-frequency imaging. read more

Plastic and reconstructive surgery. Global open

A hyaluronic acid-based filler reduces lipolysis in human mature adipocytes and maintains adherence and lipid accumulation of long-term differentiated human preadipocytes.

Nov, 2020

The beneficial role of subcutaneous adipose tissue in skin rejuvenation derived from its capacity to fill the under-layer volumes but also from its ability to regulate the extracellular matrix production by dermis fibroblasts. Hyaluronic acid (HA), a major component of the extracellular matrix, is a commonly used injectable dermal filler showing excellent efficiencies to maintain tissue augmentation even after its biodegradation. To improve their stability, the HA molecules can also be "cross-linked" to each other. The effects of cross-linked HA-based fillers on the dermal structure are well known. For safety reasons, most of the physicians prefer to use the blunt cannula for injections. However, evidences showed that the cannula could not be located in the dermis, but it passes through immediate hypodermis and the long-lasting effect of cross-linked HA-based fillers may be related to its effects on adipose tissue. To test whether cross-linked HA has a direct effect on human adipocytes, we treated isolated adipocytes and precursors cells from human skin donors with cross-linked HA. Biochemical and cellular analysis demonstrated that treatment by cross-linked HA showed beneficial effects on differentiated cell adherence and survival as well as reduced basal and induced lipolysis in fully mature adipocytes. Taken together, these data showed that cross-linked HA promoted cell adherence and preserved the adipogenic capacity of preadipocytes during prolonged cell culture, bringing additional evidences of the beneficial role of cross-linked HA-based fillers in maintenance of the subcutaneous fat mass. This first study could defend a preventive approach to facial volume loss during natural aging. read more

Journal of cosmetic dermatology

Assessment of the efficacy of a new complex antisensitive skin cream.

Dec, 2018

Sensitive skin is frequently complaint in dermatology consultation with cutaneous manifestations such as stinging, redness, dryness, and burning sensation that affect the quality of life. Its pathogenesis is mainly related to dysfunction of neurosensory, skin barrier, and also immune activity. The treatment is generally based on continuous and topical therapy by nonirritating complex. read more

Journal of cosmetic dermatology
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