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By: Steven H. Dayan, MD; Tracy L. Drumm; and Terri…
Don't be left behind—take steps to retain existing clients with top-notch customer service and marketing practices.
New research indicates that more than 88% of the girls ages 15 to 25 in the United States would change something to their body if that was easily feasible.
Last week, Botox celebrated its 10-year anniversary for FDA approval. Learn how this technology has changed the skin care industry and find out how to best work with Botox to ensure optimal results for your clients.
The legislation seeks to require “all cosmetic or aesthetic procedures be performed by a physician or osteopathic physician (referred to collectively as a physician in this summary) or delegated by the physician to a person under the supervision of the physician.”
By: Steven H. Dayan, MD, FACS; Tracy L. Drumm; and…
Understanding the details of various device options can help you decide whether or not to incorporate them into your menu of services.
According to new stats from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, cosmetic plastic surgery procedures and reconstructive plastic surgery procedures increased by 5% from 2010.
Read an excerpt of "Medical Spa", one of the four lessons covered by the new video education offering from Skin Inc. magazine, featuring world-renowned dermatologist Zoe Draelos, MD, and based on the popular Physiology of the Skin, Third Edition book.
The National Psoriasis Foundation recently published guidelines for the manage of plaque psoriasis, the most prevalent form of the disease.
Although this issue is the last Medical Esthetics E-Newsletter, don't miss out on the medical esthetic news in every issue of Skin Inc. E-Newsletter.
Instead of adding to their current features, male cosmetic surgery clients often prefer subtle adjustments to their existing features.