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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.
By: Manon Pilon
Differentiation and persistent, quality marketing can make all the difference to your medical spa.
The American Society of Plastic Surgery released its annual statistics this week that indicate the cosmetic surgery industry is on the rebound, with 13.1 million procedures performed in 2010.
The trend for delaying more expensive, more invasive procedures continues in the medical esthetics field.
Physicians Aesthetic Coalition Formed to Promote Patient Safety With Exclusive Commentary From Jonathan Sykes, MD, President, AAFPRS
Four leading cosmetic medicine and aesthetic surgery associations recently formed a coalition to help promote patient safety through public and physician education initiatives.
By: Carl Thornfeldt, MD, FAAD
Now more than ever, estheticians are becoming an essential facet of the medical team.
Only on www.SkinInc.com: This news item features exclusive commentary by Adam Schaffner, MD, of JUVA Skin & Laser Center in Manhatten explaining how to work with and market to male medical spa and cosmetic surgery clients.