Most Popular in:
New in Medical Esthetics (page 8 of 24)
Many new technologies have been developed to rejuvenate the aging face. One of the most successful techniques is the use of fillers to replace lost bone, subcutaneous fat and collagen on the face.
Insurance expert Evan Smith of Beazley Group, an insurance provider for the spa industry, explains the types of risks medical spas and day spas face and how to insure against them.
A new technology that has yet to be FDA-approved utilizes cryoneuromodulation to freeze wrinkles, possibly providing a wrinkle-reduction alternative for patients who dislike botulinum toxin.
Interactions between physicians and the medical industry are necessary to enhance the practice of medicine. These guidelines works to ensure these interactions take place in an ethical manner.
Only on SkinInc.com: Exclusive commentary and photos from the National Rosacea Society can help professionals decipher the symptoms of rosacea from other skin conditions, such as acne and sun damage, leading your client down the road of recovery more quickly.
Men Major Force in Face Lift Increase--With Exclusive Commentary From Stephen Baker, MD, About Male Patient Motivations
Only on SkinInc.com: Exclusive commentary from Stephen B. Baker, MD, FACS, Georgetown University Hospital plastic surgeon, about the male patient's motivations for seeking out appearance improvement.
According to the ASAPS, patients who put off surgery because of financial uncertainty are coming back to explore surgical and nonsurgical options.
Survey Reveals Perceptions of Teens With Acne--With Exclusive Commentary About How to Begin Acne Treatment for Teens
Only on SkinInc.com: In this age of instant photo posting to Facebook, teens suffer from negative perceptions due to acne more than ever. Rayda Ireifej, owner of The Brow and Skin Studio, provides exclusive commentary on how to begin treating this delicate clientele in your skin care facility.
By Steven Dayan, MD, FACS, Tracy Drumm and Terri W…
Find out from a physician, esthetician and marketing expert how recommending home-care products is essential to treatment success.
By: Carl Thornfeldt, MD
They don't happen often, but having a plan to address possible product reactions puts you one step closer to a solution.