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Proposed regulation for medical spas in Massachusetts may require licenses from the state's Department of Public Health, as well as a physician or nurse with special training on staff.
The downturn in the economy is leading more job-seekers to turn to plastic surgery to help them look more youthful, and this is a market spas can potentially tap into, as well.
By: Howard Murad, MD
The marriage of the medical and spa fields will truly become a reality with inclusive health programs.
Ignited by global growth in the use of topical anesthetics for cosmetic procedures, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued a health warning after a study concluded that the drug lidocaine carries risks.
By: Abby Penning
A Tennessee facility with European flair, this spa's people and offerings help make it one of the Best of the Best.
By: Steven H. Dayan, MD and Terri Wojak
How do you plan to use your esthetic license? Find out how to identify and land the best job for you.
By: Elizabeth Roche, MD
Catering to your loyal clientele will result in career success.
By: Bryan Durocher
Learn about the various ways you can make compensation work for your business.
Consumers may not be fully informed of the potential dangers of wrinkle injections, according to an FDA panel.
By: Steven H. Dayan, MD and Terri A. Wojak
By learning about the behaviors of typical medical spa clients, you can provide the best treatments possible.