Options include a new FDA-approved topical, injections and energy. Dee Anna Glaser, M.D., shares patient profiles and use considerations for each.
Energy-based medicine options are helping to reverse many of the sexual dysfunction issues plaguing today’s aging population, one expert told attendees at The Aesthetic Show.
Initial findings of a multicenter study on U.S. patients treated with a non-invasive High-intensity Focused Electromagnetic device suggest it simultaneously builds muscle and eliminates subcutaneous fat. According to one expert, this device is a paradigm shift in how aesthetic physicians treat abdominal fat and build abdominal muscle.
Women’s health has the potential to be a sizable and rewarding portion of an aesthetic physician’s practice, according to Tess Mauricio, M.D.
The new landscape in cosmetic surgery is the ability to use cellular therapies to help organize cellular structures and improve aesthetic outcomes from the “inside out” rather than the “outside in,” one expert says.
Expert provides insight into where he finds the greatest benefits.
Disruptive technologies are starting to change the way aesthetic physicians and patients think about such common treatments as hair removal and noninvasive fat reduction. But these glimpses into the possibilities with robotics and automation are merely the beginning.
The foundation of skincare, aesthetics and dermatology relies on the practitioner's ability to effectively work with the skin barrier. Understanding what it is, how it behaves, as well as how to improve and repair it, is critical to implementing any treatment plan. Unfortunately, many dermatologists and other specialists find it difficult to explain the skin barrier to patients in simple terms.
Cosmetic needs differ for skin of color patients who may require different treatments, says Dr. Eliot Battle who addressed the use of old and new technologies for skin of color patients during this year’s Skin of Color Seminar Series meeting in New York City.
22-year-old patient dies from lidocaine overdose. This and other cases highlight the potential toxicity of anaesthetics. One expert discusses tips for safe use and warning signs to watch for.