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Dean E. Sorensen, M.D., F.A.C.S.
Plastic, Reconstructive & Cosmetic Surgery
333 North First Street
Suite 250
Boise, IDAHO 83702

October 18th, 1999

Dear Bill:

This letter is long overdue. I have wanted to tell you for some time how fortunate I feel to have found Dermatique ten years ago. It has been a real asset to my practice through the years.

We have a large number of patients who are using Dermatique for its aesthetic benefits. It is often used in combination with other modalities such as glycolic acid preparations. We have observed over the years the excellent long-term benefits for skin care utilizing Dermatique.

I first began to use Dermatique in 1990 mainly as an adjunct in treating scars in seriously injured patients. I canāt tell you the number of patients that have benefited from a significant improvement of their scars through the use of Dermatique. I believe we have sent you photographs in the past and will continue to do this in the future.

In April of this year, a close friend of mine was involved in an airplane accident in our area. He sustained extensive trauma to his forehead. He had a very disfiguring injury. I spent about three hours in the emergency room sewing him up and trying to mitigate as much as possible the sequelae of this trauma. I told him later that we would need to do laser resurfacing and scar revision in the future.

As soon as his wounds were healed, I started him on Dermatique. His wife faithfully used it several times a day on his forehead. He has no visible scars at this time! I wish I could say that this was due to my surgical abilities, but I have to confess that Dermatique is the main reason that we have had such a dramatic improvement in his case. I will forward photographs in the near future.

I look forward to seeing you in New Orleans at the Annual Meeting of the American Society for Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons. I want to thank you and your family personally for making this product available to the Plastic Surgery community.

Sincerely,

Dean E. Sorensen, M.D.