In case you missed it, this week we talked nitric oxide skin benefits, CO2 laser treatment for chronic wound healing and more.
This week in aesthetics, Dr. Greg Chernoff discusses the skin benefits of nitric oxide, Dr. Joe Niamtu, III, shares the expectations versus reality of practicing in a pandemic, and the multi-specialty evolution of aesthetics. A recent study compares ultrapulsed CO2 laser for chronic wound healing, Dr. Alan Bauman talks threads to stimulate hair regrowth, and Dr. Anna Chacon outlines ways to reduce the chance of needing to close the practice a second time during the pandemic.
Dr. Joe Niamtu, III, discusses the evolution of aesthetics across specialties over the past two decades, from the introduction of Botox for wrinkles to tumescent liposuction, and the overall benefits of having a multispecialty community working together to advance the space.
New Player in Cellular Medicine Shows Skin Benefits
Anti-aging and acne studies show topical nitric oxide stimulates fibroblast proliferation and migration, promotes angiogenesis, and modulates inflammation and immune response
Practicing in a Pandemic: Expectations Vs. Reality
Should you close your practice? Retire? Will the mask mandates shift a focus to eye procedures? Is money an issue? Dr. Joe Niamtu shares his perspective
CO2 Laser for Chronic Wound Healing
A recent study compares ultrapulsed CO2 laser to surgical debridement for treating chronic wounds.
Threads Stimulate Hair Regrowth
Hair restoration physician Dr. Alan Bauman says threads traditionally used in facial rejuvenation also are a safe, effective treatment option for some hair loss patients.
Closing your practice (again) during COVID-19?
No one wants it to happen. Dermatologist Dr. Anna Chacon outlines ways you can reduce the risk of a second closure by acting now.