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Rhinoplasty is a cosmetic surgery used to alter the appearance of the nose, based on a patient’s needs or desires for improved appearance. Septoplasty is a surgical procedure to rectify a deviated septum. In the following excerpt from Mastering Medical Esthetics, Steven Dayan, MD, offers a breakdown, based on his own professional experience, of what a patient should expect from undergoing these procedures.
Find out more about this procedure that exfoliates the epidermis and rids the skin of fine vellus hair in this excerpt from the book Mastering Medical Esthetics.
Working With Clients Considering Hair Removal: With Exclusive Advice from Eric Bernstein, MD, Spokesperson of the ASDS
Only on SkinInc.com: Eric Bernstein, MD, spokesperson of the ASDS, provides exclusive commentary about details to consider from a medical spa professional standpoint when working with laser hair removal clients.
The new guidelines are based on an extensive review of scientific literature and recommendations of recognized melanoma experts.
By: Christian Jurist, MD
Find out how to identify rosacea and help clients who suffer from this devastating condition.
By: Ada Polla
Include skin science facts in discussions with clients to solidify your place as their skin care expert.
An ever-growing body of research shows how the complex link between the skin and the psyche—including the role of stress—affects skin conditions.
For people of color particularly, dermatologists are stressing the importance of seeking care early to get the best results from treatment.
Dermatologists are applying new technologies to add volume to the hand as well as remove dark brown age spots to reverse these telltale signs of aging.
Exclusive commentary from Amy Forman Taub, MD, medical director of Advanced Dermatology, founder of Skinfo.com and assistant clinical professor, Northwestern University Medical School, department of dermatology, explains how to identify and treat psoriasis.