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Hugues Cartier is in charge of IMCAS global course coordinator with sebastien Garson (surgical part) for all IMCAS congresses. 

He is also associate editor for Dermatology Therapy.
Dermatologist, phlebologist and derm laserist at the Clinic Saint-Jean, Arras, France. He is also the chief of wound care in the dermatology department of Arras Hospital.

Dr. Cartier is the vicepresident of the Société Française de Medecine Esthétique and past-president of the Groupe Laser de la Société Française de Dermatologie. He is also course coordinator of the Société Belge de Médecine Esthétique.Co-author edition: Les lasers en dermatologie 2017 ; Couperose & erythrose; rejuvenation, LED en dermatologie( Noe C.) , chapt IPL / cosmetic medicine & surgery ;dermatologie esthétique 2020

Expert phase II, III/ clinical studies fillers, toxin, laser and  wound healing.

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Hugues CARTIER's publications (4)

Restoring jawline contour with calcium hydroxylapatite: A prospective, observational study.

Sep, 2017

Jawline reshaping by replacing volume has become an indispensable component of modern facial rejuvenation. read more

Journal of cosmetic dermatology

[LED lights in dermatology].

Apr, 2017

The use in dermatology of light-emitting diodes (LEDs) continues to be surrounded by controversy. This is due mainly to poor knowledge of the physicochemical phases of a wide range of devices that are difficult to compare to one another, and also to divergences between irrefutable published evidence either at the level of in vitro studies or at the cellular level, and discordant clinical results in a variety of different indications: rejuvenation, acne, wound healing, leg ulcers, and cutaneous inflammatory or autoimmune processes. Therapeutic LEDs can emit wavelengths ranging from the ultraviolet, through visible light, to the near infrared (247-1300 nm), but only certain bands have so far demonstrated any real value. We feel certain that if this article remains factual, then readers will have a different, or at least more nuanced, opinion concerning the use of such LED devices in dermatology. read more

Annales de dermatologie et de venereologie

Photodynamic Photorejuvenation: A Review.

Jan, 2016

Topical photodynamic therapy (PDT) is acknowledged to be a safe and efficient therapeutic option for the selective destruction of actinic keratosis and superficial carcinomas. Over the past 15 years, topical PDT has also been shown to be a possible method for "photorejuvenation." read more

Dermatologic surgery : official publication for American Society for Dermatologic Surgery [et al.]
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Hugues CARTIER's scientific societies (5)