Advances in Aesthetic Technology

In the danger zone: Brazilian butt liftA task force representing several plastic surgery societies urges practitioners to reevaluate performing gluteal fat injections.
AAFPRS trend reportBotox and rhinoplasties top the list of most popular treatments last year, while fat dissolving injections are at the bottom.
New research in hair growthMethod grows skin from pluripotent stem cells, supports hair follicle growth and may provide the opportunity to study skin growth and hair regeneration.
THE Aesthetic Guide
THE Aesthetic GuideTHE Aesthetic Guide covers the latest in aesthetic innovations and trends.
THE Aesthetic Show for 2018
THE Aesthetic Show for 2018The multidisciplinary show that covers all areas of the aesthetic space will be held in July 2018 in Las Vegas.
APAC’s Medical Aesthetic Market Experiences Phenomenal GrowthSimilar to other regions of the world, the Asia-Pacific (APAC) medical aesthetic market has consistently expanded in recent years.
Seeking better skin tighteningResearch shows improved laser skin tightening with compression closure in an animal study.
A new at-home hair loss treatmentData look hopeful for the iRestore at-home hair growth device, but where does it fit in for optimal, noninvasive hair growth treatment?
IMCAS Celebrates 20 Years of Educational Excellence and Innovation in Aesthetic MedicineThe 20th anniversary congress, to be held over three levels at the Palais de Congres in the heart of Paris, promises to be the most impressive event yet. By attending symposia, product analysis workshops and visiting the exhibition hall, delegates at the 2018 IMCAS World Congress will also discover the newest products and devices on the market from 250 of the leading companies in our industry.
Perforator mapping with your smartphoneCould a $200 smartphone-compatible thermal imaging camera effectively assess the cutaneous blood flow in reconstructive surgery patients?