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Sep
01
2010

Managing Filler Complications

Filled syringe
By: Steven Dayan, MD, FACS

With the exploding popularity of facial fillers, it’s time to start a dialogue on the best way to treat any complications.

Aug
30
2010

Addressing the Concerns of Asian Skin in the Spa

Asian woman

As the Asian-American population continues to grow in the United States, more esthetic professionals are looking at ways to treat their skin.

Aug
23
2010

New Acne Research Website Launched

Aiding scientific researchers by providing raw data numbers focused on acne, www.AcneResearch.org has debuted.

Aug
16
2010

Earlier Melanoma Detection Spurred on by Gold; Alexander Graham Bell

By using sound waves and gold, scientists at Washington University in St. Louis have identified a more accurate way to locate melanoma growth.

Aug
10
2010

Skin Cancer Screening Clinic Opens at UCSD

The Pigmented Lesion and Skin Cancer Clinic will provide a high level of specialized care for melanoma patients.

Aug
03
2010

Exposing Cellulite Myths

With summer at its height, now is the time to offer clients timely tips on cellulite and its treatment.

Jul
22
2010

Brushing Up on Common Skin Conditions

The dermatology experts at NIMA Skin Institute explain several commonly misunderstood skin conditions.

Jul
22
2010

Dark-skinned Clients Encouraged to Receive Skin Cancer Screenings

African-American woman

Though much of skin cancer news focuses on fair-skinned individuals, it is important to remember those with dark skin are equally as susceptible to melanoma and other skin cancers.

Jul
02
2010

"Teen Toxing" Trend Gains Traction

Timid girl

As patients requesting Botox treatments are becoming younger and younger, discretion on who and what to treat is becoming all the more important.

Jun
25
2010

Botox May Affect the Ability to Feel Emotions

woman with blank stare

A well-known side effect of Botox is the inability to fully express emotions. Now research reveals another side effect: the inability to fully feel emotions.