Diet can greatly affect patients’ skin conditions — and you can guide them in the right direction, says Dr. Rajani Katta in a presentation from the AAD Summer Meeting.
Whitney J. Palmer
It’s summer, so you’re likely seeing more patients with skin conditions caused by bug bites or infestations. Treating them has gotten harder, but emerging therapies could help.
If you’re providing body contouring services to patients, chances are you’re doing it differently than you were a decade ago, according to a presentatin by Dr. Mathew Avram from the 2018 AAD Summer Meeting.
Combination aesthetic treatments often lead to superior results. Here are four tips from the 2018 AAD Summer Meeting.
Gestational diabetes, gestational hypertension and pre-eclampsia are higher in women with psoriasis or psoriatic arthritis.
Reproductive age women with psoriasis could benefit from an endocrinologist or obstetrician referral before starting systemic therapy.
Like eczema, psoriasis or diabetes, pigmentary skin conditions are chronic conditions that can be controlled, but not cured. In this article, Dr. Seemal R. Desai discusses new treatment strategies for melasma and hyperpigmentation.
In this Q&A, Dr. Adrian Gaspar, a cosmetogynecologist in Argentina, addresses the use of lasers to treat incontinence.
The long-held belief that combining lasers with fillers could destabilize or damage fillers has largely been debunked. You can safely use both together, say physicians reporting at this year's ASLMS meeting. In this article, dermatologists cover how best to apply energy-based devices with cosmetic injectables safely and effectively.