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.
In this exclusive video interview with Dermatology Times, Michael Gold, MD, tells us about his session at the New Frontiers in Cosmetic Medicine and Medical Dermatology Symposium.
The 11th annual New Frontiers in Cosmetic Medicine and Medical Dermatology Conference starts today. Here’s what to look forward to.
We sit down in a video interview with David Pariser, MD, FACP, FAAD, the secretary and founding member of the International Hyperhidrosis Society to discuss hyperhidrosis identifiers and treatments in honor of Hyperhidrosis Awareness Month.
R2 Technologies’ Novel Glacial Rx system has been cleared by the FDA for a new indication.
Jill Waibel, MD, discusses her recommendations on how to treat keloids and scaring using lasers in her presentation at the Skin of Color Update 2021.