Aesthetic Technology

Cynosure TempSure EnviNew FDA-Cleared RF device treats fine lines and wrinkles, tightens skin, and improves the appearance of cellulite.
Z Wave for cellulite treatmentNew acoustic percussive device may help to tackle cellulite and more.
Placental tissue for plastic surgery?Stem cell product derived from placenta tissue holds promise for wound healing, aesthetics.
Your patients are mobile… Is your marketing?Dr. Raminder Saluja explains why a savvy mobile patient experience is essential to getting your marketing right.
Beyond the brow liftIf you perform cosmetic brow lifts, migraine surgery may be a natural addition to your surgical armamentarium.
Cold-Subfascial breast augmentationWhile this modified technique demands surgical finesse, it can be used to shape the breast while avoiding some of the unwanted cosmetic effects that accompany breast augmentation.
3D Next: Microsoft HoloLensIt’s the first self-contained, holographic computer that allows you engage with digital content and interact with holograms. Could it be the next step to achieving cosmetic results that more closely align with patient expectations?
Energy-Based Technology Development Gains MomentumThe use of lasers, radiofrequency (RF), and light-based technologies in cosmetic procedures has swelled in recent years, as device manufacturers explore the outer limits of safe energy-based approaches and physicians increasingly purchase new, clinically proven devices.
Future HA filler alternative?Human placental tissue allograft could be the next hyaluronic acid filler alternative for aesthetic patients.
The latest research on PRPStudy finds adding PRP to fat grafting improves recovery time, but not cosmetic outcomes or patient satisfaction.