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May
03
2010

Look Back to Move Forward

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By: Steven H. Dayan, MD, FACS

Staying true to the origins of cosmetic surgery can guide you to success.

Apr
30
2010

May is Medical Spa Month

PrettyCity.com has announced May as its fourth annual Med Spa Month, working with a variety of the country's medical spas to offer discounted treatments and help bring industry awareness to more people.

Apr
08
2010

FDA Cracks Down on Lipodissolve Procedures

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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has sent warning letters to six U.S. medical spas related to the businesses' claims about lipodissolve treatments.

Apr
07
2010

AAFPRS Reports Noninvasive Procedures on the Rise

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The American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery recently released the results of its 2009 survey about facial plastic surgery trends.

Mar
26
2010

Surgery and the Esthetician

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By: Terri Wojak

Estheticians can easily prove pivotal to the healing and lasting success of a cosmetic surgery procedure.

Mar
12
2010

17 Million Cosmetic Surgeries Performed in U.S. in 2009

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The AACS reports that the total number of procedures performed by its members has increased by 8% since 2008.

Mar
08
2010

Will Your Clients Take the Dysport Challenge?

Medicis, makers of Dysport, are offering the Dysport Challenge, which could result in $150 in savings for injectable clients.

Mar
04
2010

On Track with Deb Scheib

Deb Scheib
By: Abby Penning

Patient care and industry connections are paramount to this Fort Wayne, Indiana, licensed practical nurse.

Mar
04
2010

6 Strategies for Compensating and Motivating Your Staff

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By: Tracy Drumm

A pay raise may not be the only incentive your staff members desire in order to go above and beyond for your practice.

Mar
04
2010

Steven Fagien, MD, FACS: His Vantage Point

Dr. Steven Fagien injecting a patient
By: Cathy Christensen

A professional in the truest sense of the word, this physician works hard to advance his field and meet the needs of his patients.