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New devices help patients age gracefullyToday’s dermatologists have access to “incredible” energy-based devices that help patients to cosmetically age gracefully, says Michael H. Gold, M.D., medical director, Gold Skin Care Center and Tennessee Clinical Research Center, Nashville, Tenn.
Global perspectives on cosmetic fillersWith so many new and exciting filler products in the U.S. pipeline, American dermatologists and their patients are in for a treat, according to Hassan I. Galadari, M.D.
6 considerations before making that laser purchaseChoosing the right laser devices can add to the bottom line and patient satisfaction; choosing the wrong devices can be a drain on a practice’s viability.
Emerging cosmeceuticalsWhile there is still much to learn about these new products, preliminary studies are promising, according to Patricia Farris, M.D.
5 tips to enhance the surgical experienceDrs. Charlene Lam and Elizabeth Billingsley offer insights to optimize the surgical experience for dermatologists and their patients.
Refining the nose with a needle
Refining the nose with a needleNonsurgical rhinoplasty may provide instant results without the downtime of surgery, but it’s a technique that requires expertise and a strategic approach.
Refining the nose with a needleNonsurgical rhinoplasty may provide instant results without the downtime of surgery, but it’s a technique that requires expertise and a strategic approach.
Chemical peel appealOne plastic surgeon calls them the “gold standard” for fine lines, brown spots and skin tone and shares his approach to the chemical peel.
HA for handsIt’s designed to be used in the lips, but could the dual volumizing and moisturizing characteristics of Restylane Silk also be ideal for use in the aging hands?
Cloud access for AEsCloud-based software service makes adverse event data available immediately, so you don't have to wait for the FDA.

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