Authors of a new anatomical gluteal fat grafting study report no subfascial or intramuscular injection should ever be performed.
Minimally invasive treatments can help to make an older neck look younger, but it’s usually not enough, say two experts who share their favorite approaches.
It’s no secret that antibiotics have been successful in controlling most acne cases, but the need to limit antibiotic use means acne treatment protocols are starting to shift. William James, M.D. emphasizes two alternatives dermatologists should turn to when treating patients with acne.
Inquiring minds at Cynosure wanted to know what inspires women to make a body change and surveyed 1,000 women in the UK to find out.
What does that mean for providers who offer the body contouring and muscle defining technology? Experts weigh in.
A recent paper offers recommendations to early career surgeons for using social media ethically during and after residency.
Technology keeping you tethered to work? It’s time to unplug.
Pearl E. Grimes, M.D., discusses the complexities of melasma and the need for a multimodal treatment approach.
Could this new drug delivery system for tranexamic acid optimize melasma treatment? Joel Cohen, M.D., thinks it could be just what the specialty has been looking for.
Molecular surgery makes it possible to reshape cartilage without cutting, suturing, recovery or scars.