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Clinical Advantages of a High Power Picosecond Laser

Featured Speakers: Zena Gabriel, MD, FAAD

Dr. Gabriel shares her first-hand experience with picosecond lasers and why she choose PicoPlus.

- Key advantages of a picosecond laser

- Why not all picosecond devices are created equal

- Learn why higher power and shorter pulses matter

- Versatility for expanded revenue streams

- Treating difficult cases with PicoPlus

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Zena Gabriel, MD, FAAD

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Dr. Zena H. Gabriel has over a decade of extensive integrated experience in medical dermatology, surgical dermatology, Mohs Micrographic Surgery and aesthetic treatments. As a board-certified dermatologist, she addresses skin health from a multi-dimensional perspective.

Refreshing and relatable, her refined protocols have distinguished her as an innovator in the dermatology and facial aesthetics community. Emulating our office's value driven philosophy, she incorporates her vast knowledge of 3D volume loss and its effects on the aging face into novel solutions for maintaining a refreshed look without appearing artificial or over-done. Ultimately, clients experience remarkably natural results that go undetected to even the most perceptive eye.

Dr. Zena H. Gabriel has been featured as a dermatology expert in syndicated commercials and seminars alongside major brands like Neutrogena, L’Oreal Paris, Johnson & Johnson and Allergan. She has also been invited as a medical expert to appear on national television to showcase her unique niche and sharp industry perspective. She is actively sought out for honorary industry panel appearances and is the practitioner of choice for a wide variety of discerning celebrity clientele. 

In addition to her accomplished career, Dr. Zena received her Bachelor’s degree from the University of California, Berkley and obtained her medical degree from the University of California, San Diego. Her dermatology residency was completed at the University of Southern California where she was chosen as Chief Resident for the Department of Dermatology. Currently, she holds a fellowship position with the American Society for Mohs Surgery and the American Society of Dermatologic Surgery, and is dedicated to the prevention, treatment and surgical removal of skin cancer.