Dr. Jorge E. Gaviria P.
Gynecologist. Aesthetic Physician, Laser and Anti-aging Medicine.
Head of Service of the Laser Platform "Institute of Photomedicine" Medical Center Teknon. Barcelona. Spain
Medical Director of the Laser Aesthetic Teaching Center "Korpo Laser". Caracas. Venezuela. - Kendall, Florida USA.
Academic Director and Head Professor of the Ibero-American Academy of Medical Laser. AILMED
Senior Faculty of the Laser and Health Academy.LAHA
1st Vice President of the Spanish Society of Regenerative and Functional Aesthetic Gynecology (SEGERF)
Founder and President of the European Gynecology Laser Club (EGLC)
Member and President for Venezuela ,Spain and Portugal of the International Society of Cosmetology (ISCG)
Member of ASLMS, SELMQ, AACS, IUGA, SARGE, UIME, IAAGSW, ESAG, SOLAGEF.
Gynecologist and plastic surgeons pioneered the application of lasers in medicine and surgery almost 5 decades ago, initially used to treat cervical and vaginal pathologies. Ever since, energy-based devices have been deployed to treat pelvic pathologies and improve fertility. Recent technological developments triggered an unprecedented wave of publications, assessing the efficacy of fractional laser, and radiofrequency on the vaginal wall in reversing natural aging processes. Studies have shown that a certain degree of thermal energy deposited on the vaginal wall stimulates proliferation of the glycogen-enriched epithelium, neovascularization, and collagen formation in the lamina propria, and improves natural lubrication and control of urination. This review aimed to review such data and to guide future research. A unique assembly of experts from around the globe, compiled and edited this manuscript based on a thorough literature review and personal experience. Lasers Surg. Med. 49:137-159, 2017. © 2017 Wiley Periodicals, Inc. read more
Multiple agents are available for the treatment of hyperpigmentation, a cosmetically important condition seen most often in middle-aged and elderly individuals and resulting from exposure to ultraviolet light, certain drugs or chemicals, or the existence of disease. Many skin-lightening agents cause skin irritation and require months of use before results appear, and some agents are only partly effective. read more