Clascoterone 1% cream is in late stage development for acne treatment and in a higher strength solution for androgenetic alopecia. Read more about this novel treatment here.
Expert advice on how to get patients to review your practice and (importantly) put it in a positive light.
Rosacea is often underdetected and misdiagnosed in skin of color patients. This expert wants to increase dermatologists’ awareness of how rosacea might present differently in skin of color and how best to treat it without causing post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation.
Real-world outcomes from treating adults with moderate-to-severe atopic dermatitis with dupilumab are similar to what researchers have found in clinical trials, according to this study.
What were the treatment trends of 2018 according to ASDS research? Joely Kaufman, M.D., chair of the ASDS survey work group, explains.
With 4 decades of dermatology advances, we asked the very dermatologist experts who we often contact to help us to report on the milestones to weigh in on what they think have made the most difference in theirs and their patients’ lives.
Bioidentical hormones have been shown to decrease and prevent the risk of Alzheimer’s, osteoporosis and heart disease, which parallels the increased risk that comes with aging. Should you be offering HRT to your patients?
Bioidentical hormones have been shown to increase skin hydration and reduce skin atrophy. Dr. Ronald Moy discusses the benefits — and the hormones themselves — in the context of the aesthetic practice.
Over the past 40 years, there have been major dermatological breakthroughs that have changed the way doctors treat patients, along with the very treatments they use.
A small study examines platelet-rich plasma injection as alternative or adjuvant melasma treatment.