Innovative Perspectives: Aesthetic Authority Vol. 2: No. 3
In this Fall issue, Jack Zamora, MD, highlights stem cells for wound healing, Alan J. Bauman, MD, ABHRS, FISHRS, and Jessica A. Shepherd, MD, MBA, FACOG, discuss why physicians shouldn’t shrug off postpartum hair loss, and aesthetic physicians highlight the power of dermatology TikTok.
There’s Nothing New About This “New Normal”
In his latest editorial, Randolph Waldman, MD, discusses the Delta and Lambda variants of COVID-19, complex questions about vaccinations, and what boosters mean for the pandemic’s future.
Botulinum Toxin A Effective in Upper Lip Enhancement
A recent study finds BTA an effective alternative to fillers, but it should be used with caution.
Expert Advice: Don’t Shrug Off Postpartum Hair Loss
Postpartum hair loss can cause acute emotional burden, according to Alan J. Bauman, MD, ABHRS, FISHRS, and physicians must be aware of the considerations needed for this patient group.
Adipose-Derived Stem Cells for Wound Healing
In an Aesthetic Surgery Journal study, adipose-derived stem cells are examined in regard to their role in regenerative wound healing and how today’s regulatory environment is revolving around them.
Rare Cryolipolysis Complications
When used incorrectly or inaccurately, cryolipolysis can, in rare cases, result in SAEs including dysesthesia, pain, paradoxical adipose hyperplasia, skin blanching, vasovagal reactions, skin hyperpigmentation, contour irregularities, and nerve injuries.
Single-Plane vs Double-Plane MFU-V for Upper Arm Skin Laxity
A study compared the results of single-plane vs double-plane microfocused ultrasound with visualization (MFU-V) for upper arm skin laxity treatment.
Is NPS effective for facial treatment?
A 2020 study investigates the safety and efficacy of nanopulse stimulation energy on facial tissue and wound response.
Marine Collagen—Safe and Effective for Skin Rejuvenation?
A new study examines the effects of hydrolyzed marine collagen on women’s faces.
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