This week in aesthetics, we highlight nonsurgical rejuvenation devices, facial scar revision techniques, and more.
This week in aesthetics, Dr. Parker A. Velargo discusses the popularity of buccal fat reduction, Cheryl Whitman shares how to integrate new technologies for increased profitability, Dr. Suneel Chilukuri highlights pivotal changes in facial rejuvenation, Dr. Mark Hamilton talks nonsurgical rejuvenation devices, Dr. Regan Thomas explains his surgical and nonsurgical techniques for facial scar revision, and Dr. Sheila Barbarino assesses dermal fillers for the tear troughs.
Dr. Parker A. Velargo discusses the increased popularity of buccal fat reduction for facial contouring in his recent presentation at the AAFPRS 2020 virtual meeting.
In this week’s business tip, Cheryl Whitman shares how to integrate new technologies, treatments, and procedures for increased practice profitability.
There are plenty of tools available to keep patients looking rested, youthful, even beautiful, but says Dr. Suneel Chilukuri, it’s the way they’re used that creates either natural- or unnatural-looking results.
What can you expect in terms of results from nonsurgical skin rejuvenation devices? Dr. Mark Hamilton discusses demand and expectations.
Dr. Regan Thomas shares his surgical and nonsurgical strategies that transform scars from prominent to barely noticeable.
Dr. Sheila Barbarino shares her approach to assessing the periocular region for tear trough rejuvenation with dermal fillers.