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Marketing in a fragmented realityDo you know the best way to reach patients in what’s become a highly fragmented digital experience?
The aesthetic for-profit practiceFour cosmetic physicians share their most profitable nonsurgical procedures.
Health concerns with BPABPA is found in food containers, dental fillings and vitamin gel capsules. It also is found in milk, butter and meats, just like phthalates, and is also considered a hormone disruptor.
Don’t ignore facial dynamics when using fillersDermal fillers that include physicochemical properties proved to be effective in reducing acne scarring without compromising natural facial dynamics, researchers reported ASDS 2017.
Cosmetic surgery turf warsIn the battle over who’s most qualified to perform cosmetic medicine, can any specialty own the space?
The real deal with nonsurgical skin tighteningWhile nonsurgical technologies still don’t rival surgical facelifting results, combination treatment delivers patient satisfaction.
Botox improves chin contourBotox to the mentalis improves chin aesthetics in patients with an underprojected bony chin and a hyperactive high-riding mentalis muscle.
Data support panfacial aesthetics approach
Data support panfacial aesthetics approachThe HARMONY study puts objective data behind the aesthetic and psychological improvements delivered by a panfacial approach to facial rejuvenation. It’s also the first study to use video analysis, and online photo ratings from a representative sample of Americans, as outcome measures.
Proven steps to enhance the aesthetic consultThe consult can make or break your success. Listen to and question concerns. Show you care.
Creativity drives interest in aestheticsWendy W. Lee, M.D., M.S., says creativity is what drove her to specialize in oculoplastic surgery, completing a two-year oculoplastic fellowship at the Bascom Palmer Eye Institute, after her residency in ophthalmology at Tulane University Medical Center, New Orleans.

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