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As patients requesting Botox treatments are becoming younger and younger, discretion on who and what to treat is becoming all the more important.
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.
By: Jennifer Linder, MD
Offering patients the most for their money might mean a combination of aesthetic treatments.
By: Louis Silberman
Learn about the aesthetic services—and results—you can provide patients with using lasers.
By: Merge magazine's editorial advisory board
Some of medical aesthetic's best and most successful physicians offer their best business advice.
By: Brian Biesman, MD
Changes in requirements for corporate-sponsored presentations may have physicians focusing more on their beliefs before accepting speaking requests.
A study on single, multisyringe facial filler sessions published in the journal Dermatologic Surgery shows the effectiveness of these procedures in reducing perceived age.
In honor of June being National Acne Awareness Month, Chicago's Nima Skin Institute dispels common myths about acne.
New research finds that people who use any type of tanning bed for any amount of time are 74% more likely to develop melanoma.
By: Morag Currin
Many details must be considered when working with cancer patients in a spa setting.