Skincare product updates
In this on-going article, we plan to highlight new skincare products as they are released. Bookmark this page to stay up-to-date as we will update it every month.
Table: 40 years of psoriasis therapeutics
In this table, we highlight how psoriasis treatments have evolved over the past four decades.
Communication is key when marketing your practice
When you're planning marketing tactics for your practice, focus on communication, expert advises. More insights in this article.
10 must-have apps for dermatologists
Of the millions of apps available, it only takes a few to improve your practice and your life, says Daniel Mark Siegel, M.D. Find out what they are in this article.
How to create a culture of communication
Expert Galen Perdikis, M.D., offers insights to improve communication, culture and safety in your practice.
The case for physical sunscreen
Joel Cohen, M.D., shares his response to recent findings regarding the safety of chemical sunscreen and discusses why patients should consider using physical sunscreens.
Skin cancer imaging device speeds diagnosis
A new technology based on laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy has demonstrated accuracy in both sensitivity and specificity for discriminating skin cancers from benign lesions, one expert says.
Imaging evolves to guide Mohs surgery
Combined imaging modalities may help guide choice of treatment and prevent biopsy, according to one expert.
A dermatologist’s experience at the 14th World Congress of Cosmetic Dermatology
Did you attend the World Congress of Cosmetic Dermatology this year? Read one dermatologists experience attending the conference in Lima, Peru.
Lifting the psoriasis burden
Psoriasis patients face a long list of comorbidities, increased medical costs and increased mortality. Experts agree that the burden of psoriasis is heavy - what can dermatologists do to offer relief?
Off-label drug promotion or education?
How far can drug companies go with off-label promotion? Dr. Goldberg addresses this and more in his latest Legal Eagle column.
Preserving medically-oriented dermatologists
Medical dermatologists are a vital part of overall quality care, but the financial draw of procedural and aesthetic practices are making it harder for these types of physicians to thrive, says Dr. Levine.
Quality skincare on a budget
How do you advise patients to select good skincare on a budget? Dr. Draelos covers this and more in this month's Cosmetic Conundrums.
An introduction to homeopathy for the dermatologist
Lawrence Chukwudi Nwabudike, M.D., MBBS, MRCP (U.K.), PhD delves into what dermatologists need to know about homeopathy.
In memoriam: Noah Simeon Scheinfeld, M.D., J.D.
In this article, we remember Noah Simeon Scheinfeld, M.D., J.D., who died unexpectedly in his sleep June 3, 2019.
FDA clears non-contact laser energy device for abdominal fat reduction
Dominion Aesthetic Technologies announced in late June that the FDA cleared its eon FR laser energy body contouring device for fat reduction of the abdomen.
HIFU offers visible improvements
Nasolabial, jawline, submental and neck - all areas show improvement with HIFU treatment, but one ranks best in a recent study.
There’s more than one way to rejuvenate the neck
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.
Building a body business
Interested in getting into the body contouring game? Dr. Kathleen Welsh offers advice on how to get started.
Crafting individual beauty
The golden ratio can satisfy beauty standards, but universal, cultural and personal aesthetics must also be considered.
Emsculpt gets nationally designated week
What does that mean for providers who offer the body contouring and muscle defining technology? Experts weigh in.
New tool to identify psoriatic arthritis
A recent study found that Psoriasis Epidemiology Screening Tool (PEST) may help dermatologists identify which patients need a rheumatology referral.
Racial disparities in psoriasis treatment
A recent study explored why black individuals with psoriasis are disproportionately under treated. Authors compared differences in the perceptions and understanding of psoriasis therapies in both black and Caucasian patients. Here’s what they found.
Consider more than severity, spread in psoriasis
The evaluation of psoriasis requires more than simply checking the severity and spread of the disease, a new report suggests. Rather, physicians should try to distinguish between stable and active disease with an eye toward the wider body-wide effects of the latter form.
Real-world factors that affect the efficacy of biologics
Why do biologics lose efficacy over time? This physician discusses factors dermatologists should consider when they see this issue in their patients.
Patients are turning to alternative remedies for psoriasis
More and more adults with psoriasis are using alternative remedies in place of traditional allopathic treatments, says a recent survey. One expert believes it’s due to undertreatment of the condition.
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