Advances in Aesthetic Technology

BTL releases Ultra Femme 360°It’s part of the BTL Exilis Ultra 360° platform and offers the shortest radiofrequency treatment time available in the vaginal rejuvenation space.
Microskin debuts iPhone apps for ‘second skin’ productsNew iPhone app matches skin with “second skin” products to conceal vitiligo, birthmarks, burns, eczema, lupus, keloid scarring, tattoos and other skin-related conditions.
AC5 Topical Hemostatic Device achieves study endpointsResearchers predict AC5 technology could improve patient bruising and scar formation as well as promote normal healing, including in patients with underlying diseases.
FDA clears UltraShape Power for abdominal fat reductionSyneron Medical announced in mid-July FDA clearance of its noninvasive UltraShape Power device for fat reduction around the abdomen.
Skin tightening: Device search 101Four aesthetic physicians offer their advice for selecting the right skin tightening device to add to your practice.
3 Hot nonsurgical devicesOne expert reveals what he calls the “winning” nonsurgical devices of 2016 for skin tightening, fat reduction and hair grafting. » Learn More
Sealing the deal with virtual imaging technologySoftware developers of a new virtual mirror imaging system claim that “augmenting” reality with real-time patient images will result in better conversion rates.
IPL reduces post-bleph bruiseA recent study shows IPL helps to expedite post-blepharoplasty ecchymoses.
Examining Cellfina in the cosmetic practiceTwo aesthetic experts share their experiences with the FDA-cleared, minimally invasive treatment for cellulite.
3D printing creates 'mock' post-surgery nosesDoes 3-D printing have a role in plastic surgery? The answer may be as plain as the nose on your (patient’s) face.