Many patients worry about privacy and accuracy.
As artificial intelligence use grows in the field of dermatology, and the potential of it getting integrated into the clinical practice becomes a reality, many may wonder how dermatologists feel about this advancement.
The skin tracking platform by Miiskin has added a new feature that allowed users to submit prescription requests virtually.
The results from the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery annual survey showed an uptick in demand for facial plastic surgery, an increase in popularity for lifts and lasers, and a growing gender neutrality in patients.
In this week’s Pointers with Dr Portela, the 208SkinDoc highlights a growing issue of lasers made to look like or mimic the technology of already approved lasers but can have dangerous consequences.
FUE is a type of hair transplant that requires physicians to change tools to accommodate different hair and scalp types. Now, a recent study highlights a single device aiming to treat all types of hair situations.
The past year gave dermatologists ample cause for both celebration and frustration as they looked forward to new drugs, devices, and technology to optimize patient care. Here, Dermatology Times® editorial advisory board members weigh in on the good, bad, and still-TBD changes that shaped the specialty during 2021.
Toning and strength technologies work, according to investigators, but many in cosmetic medicine question the procedures' efficacy in their field.
In this week’s Pointers with Dr Portela, the 208SkinDoc explains the differences between lasers that can be used for various treatment goals.
In this exclusive interview with Dermatology Times, David Goldberg, MD, JD, explains why lasers are a treatment option in acne and the latest advancements in the field.