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By: Steven H. Dayan, MD, FACS
Figuring out whether you are a RAT or one of the MICE will help you determine if success is imminent.
According to realself.com and the ASPS, plastic surgery preferences differ by region; and often for good reason.
Advancements in procedures, and the desire to prevent and reverse the signs of aging helped fuel this incredible growth.
In a survey released by the AACS, the figures show that society is more comfortable talking about cosmetic surgery than ever before.
There are several things women can do to determine what's best for them regarding the updated breast cancer screening guidelines.
The number of procedures rose in the 4th quarter of 2009 for the first time since 2007.
By: Abby Penning
This Des Moines, Iowa, practice manager and director of marketing has found a perfect fit for her skills at Koch Facial Plastic Surgery.
By: Adam Dinkes
A combination of analysis, feedback and comparisons can ensure your business is moving toward stability and success.
By: Marc Ronert, MD, PhD
Knowing who is a client and who is a patient can help medical professionals provide the best service for both groups of customers.
By: Wendy Lewis
Get patients in the door by offering well-timed and well-thought out promotions.