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The dermatologic organization updates its position on the controversial acne drug.
A survey of patients undergoing skin cancer screening shows that women were more likely to seek screening because of a skin lesion, a family history of skin cancer, or concern about sun exposure, whereas men age 50 and older may only seek screenings after a previous skin cancer diagnosis.
By: Abby Penning
This San Francisco practice manager and esthetician utilizes her diverse background to achieve optimal results.
By: Richard Linder
Basic business components are vital to keep your aesthetic practice a viable, surging success.
By: Catherine Maley
Creating a rapport and developing visual, auditory and kinesthetic elements for consultations can go a long way in wooing potential patients.
By: Abby Penning
Filled with talent, ambition and a great attitude, this physician and law professor isn’t letting anything stand in the way of his dreams.
By: Merge magazine's editorial advisory board
Merge magazine’s editorial advisory board members weigh in on how medical aesthetic patients have changed in recent years, and what this means for the industry.
Procedures such as Botox injections, skin resurfacing, hair removal and laser lipolysis are seen as some of the fastest growers.
By: Rocio Yaffar
The first of this two-part series addresses how estheticians can collaborate with physicians to enjoy greater financial benefits.
Called “Psophisticated Style: A Guide to Everyday Style and Psoriasis,” the online resource provides fashion tips to those suffering from psoriasis.