Iñigo de Felipe y Gárate

Iñigo de Felipe y Gárate

Biography

Iñigo de Felipe y Gárate

Dermatologist and Venereologist, Consultant Clinica Dermatologica & Associate Professor at the University of Navarra, Medical School in Pamplona, Spain

Dr. De Felipe is a leading Dermatologist in Barcelona. He specialized in Lasers and Cosmetic Dermatology, having assessed many pharmaceutical companies and energy devices manufactures for almost 25 years. He has published more than 40 papers in peer reviewed journals and participated in 7 books. He has lectured widely and trained doctors in more than 50 countries in the world. He was also a prominent pianist in his youth performing in concerts and being awarded first prize at the age of 17. Today he develops his activity between Barcelona, Madrid and London.

Short Description of the Lectures:

  1. Fractional Lasers: Just Rejuvenation?
    In this session we will update the latest information and personal experience with regards to the use of different fractional lasers.
    These lasers that operate in the infrared band and work with 1340, 1440, 1540 and other fractional, indice not only new collagen but
    Imrpovement in other conditions such as acne, Rosacea, Hidrosadenitis supurans, Sebaceous hyperplasia and others.
    We will also discuss new working protocols and combinations.
  2. New Materials in Aesthetic Dermatology: Where is the Future?
    Some time ago synthetic and natural materials were introduced to rejuvenate the skin. There are a number of new
    Products that will cause gesta improvements in the results for rejuvenation.

    1. UltraSound threads: until today, most PDO threads were cut with heat and this would destroy and reduce the longevity of this material.
      New technology has been developed that provide shapes and Thread design with Ultra Sound that multiply the duration of threads by 4.
      Additionally the increase in the number of cogs and the change in its shape has rendered beautiful results with long standing tightening of the skin.
    2. Colloidal PCL. Poly caprolactone has been introduced as small particles that induce collagen. A new material made of colloidal PCL Is used for superficial wrinkles and aging. Here we discuss how it is used.
    3. Poylactic acid: changes in the formulation of PLLA have resulted in better matching with the skin and less adverse effects. We will show the tendency in techniques for the face and body.