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Seasoned Dermatologist Nissan Pilest of Irvine, CA, Joins SDS Clinical Trials as Clinical Investigator for Dermatology Division
Date:7/28/2009

"This is a great opportunity not only for me, but for my patients," said Dr. Pilest. "To be among the first to benefit from the newest drug and devise research potentially will assist all of the clinical trial patients to reach better levels of skin health and appearance much faster. It often takes years' of controlled studies before an FDA approval is given. If my enrolled patients can be the first to experience a new solution, then that makes my job all the more satisfying."

Dr. Pilest is well known throughout Orange County as one of the more experienced laser physicians in the dermatology field with experience spanning more than 30 years. He is a first level trainer for the Fraxel Repair CO2 resurfacing laser and a frequent speaker for Candela Laser on their full line of lasers including the top tiered GentleMax laser. Dr. Pilest also trains other physicians in the advanced injection techniques of Allergan products Juvederm and Botox, is on the Medical Education Faculty for Bioform's Radiesse long term dermal filler and also is a physician trainer for Restylane and Perlane and the new neurotoxin Dysport.

He is the medical director of Total Dermatology, a full service laser, cosmetic and medical dermatology clinic located near the Spectrum in Irvine, Ca. The practice maintains an educational website www.TotalDermatology.com. Private patients may request consultations by calling the office at 949-727-3800. Physicians interested in training should directly contact the relevant manufacturer for training availability.

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