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A study on single, multisyringe facial filler sessions published in the journal Dermatologic Surgery shows the effectiveness of these procedures in reducing perceived age.
New research finds that people who use any type of tanning bed for any amount of time are 74% more likely to develop melanoma.
By: Terri Wojak
Estheticians can offer a variety of benefits to laser patients through pre-and post-care regimens, and skin care guidance.
Recent findings indicate that people with a history of nonmelanoma lesions have twice the risk of developing other cancers later in life, so prevention is crucial.
With the growth of minimally invasive procedures in the last decade, the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) only sees the trend continuing.
By: Abby Penning
Finding her medical aesthetic legs in California, this registered nurse now trains and treats in Michigan.
By: Susanne S. Warfield
Knowing the ins and outs of this regulation is essential for a healthy medical aesthetic practice.
By: Trish Henrie, PhD
Maintain a safe practice—and livelihood—by utilizing patient assessment tools.
By: Bryan Durocher
Medical aesthetic professionals come from different backgrounds, so you need to get everyone on board with your practice's compensation program.
By: Steven H. Dayan, MD, FACS
Staying true to the origins of cosmetic surgery can guide you to success.