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By: Kevin Quinley
Don’t wait until things take a turn for the worse to ensure your medical spa has the right insurance agent.
By: Adele Beck
Find out how medical spas are becoming a captivating mix of both medical procedures and esthetic treatments.
A survey released by the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery shows younger women seeking noninvastive cosmetic procedures are a key demographic for medical spas.
Thermage, Inc. and Reliant Technologies, Inc., the maker of the Fraxel line of products, have announced a merger agreement through which Thermage will acquire Reliant in an effort to grow the brands and make them more available worldwide.
Recent reports released from organizations such as the American Society of Plastic Surgeons and the American Society of Dermatological Surgery indicate less-invasive cosmetic procedures will continue to grow in popularity, possibly leading to the need for more risk management.
By: Joy Thompson
Identifying key clientele, as well as the management roles within a new medical spa, is crucial to its success.
By: Amy Kamin
A physician's endorsement of a skin care line has clout, but ultimately it is up to estheticians to use their own judgement.
By: Brian Coughlan
Learn how to find the right physician to partner with in your medical spa venture.
By: Steven H. Dayan, MD
Although it is common knowledge that a book can't be judged by its cover, physical appearance plays a large role when it comes to creating first impressions.
University of Michigan scientists have released a new report on useful anti-aging treatments, based on the renewal of collagen in the skin, effectively helping to improve skin's aged appearance.