In case you missed it, this week we talked about LED therapy for capsular contracture, how to safely treat patients with darker skin types and more.
This week in aesthetics, we highlight skincare products for the aesthetics practice, LED therapy for capsular contracture and how to safely treat patients with darker skin types. We compare fat versus filler for facial rejuvenation and Dr. Suneel Chilukuri offers opportunities for patient self-care during the pandemic.
Featured Skincare for The Aesthetic Practice
From new summer launches to consumer favorites, our featured skincare includes sun care products, CBD drops and more.
LED Therapy for Capsular Contracture
LED therapy for capsular contracture requires patient commitment, but outcomes are promising.
LED Capsular Contracture Protocol
Use of LED device and milk thistle after surgery may significantly reduce the risk of re-encapsulation.
How to Safely Treat Patients with Darker Skin Types
Dr. Suzan Obagi says she’s not afraid of causing PIH in darker skin types. She offers her expertise and approach to understanding and treating pigmentation issues.
Dr. Obagi’s Skincare Routine for Dyschromia
Ephelides, lentigines, PIH, melasma? This is Dr. Suzan Obagi’s go-to skincare routine for patients with dyschromia.
Filler or Fat: How Do You Choose?
An expert panel shares how they choose between filler and fat for facial rejuvenation.
Fillers for Post-Fat Grafting Finesse
Fillers and fat aren’t necessarily mutually exclusive, say experts. Fat is great for global volume, while fat offers finesse.
Skin Solutions During the Pandemic
Dr. Suneel Chilukuri offers observations and opportunities for patient self-care and maintenance during the pandemic.