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Reducing wrinkles over larger area with diluted abobotulinum toxin A

Findings in a study comparing concentrations of abobotulinum toxin A and onabotulinum toxin A for reduction of forehaead wrinkles.

Botulinum Toxin Injections

Tips for 'stacking' fillers, toxins and energy-based treatmentsDr. Julius Few offers tips for combining non-surgical treatments for near-surgical results at Global Aesthetics Conference 2015.
Study examines storing, using reconstituted botulinum toxin ADoes storing, using reconstituted Botox beyond the manufacturer recommendation cause concern for contamination?
Does Botox have a role in cosmetic, reconstructive breast surgery?Researchers examine patient pain levels, breast volume and narcotic use.
Does BTX-A play a role in acne treatment?A group of researchers examine the relationship between botulinum toxin A and sebum production.
Cosmetic dermatology and the "none" or "almost none" phenomenonWe are entering a new era in dermatology where numerous drugs are available with the sole purpose of improving appearance and not treating disease. New criteria are needed for measuring success of these drugs.
Adjunctive aesthetic treatments for rosacea, melasma
Adjunctive aesthetic treatments for rosacea, melasmaTreating common skin conditions such as rosacea and melasma with appropriate topical agents, chemical peels, devices and cosmeceuticals can build trust among patients who may require additional dermatological services, experts say.
What are the goals of a cosmeceutical?In the skin care industry, a successful cosmeceutical is designed to deliver three benefits.
Study: Injection depth and botulinum toxin for treatment of eyebrow asymmetry
Study: Injection depth and botulinum toxin for treatment of eyebrow asymmetryBotulinum toxin Type A (BoNT-A) has a history of use to correct eyebrow height asymmetry, with the common belief that it works by inactivating the brow depressors. It has also been assumed that deeper injections of BoNT-A would amplify the effect. However, a new study by researchers at the University of British Columbia, in Vancouver, Canada, suggests that therapeutic benefit is not correlated with injection depth.
Revving revenues
Revving revenuesPerforming clinical trials and dispensing in-office products can help dermatologists diversify their practices and revenues without necessarily adding patients, says an expert.
Cosmetic surgery and social media influence in 2015
Cosmetic surgery and social media influence in 2015Are patients really feeling the influence of social media on their decisions to have a cosmetic surgery procedure? What you can expect in the New Year.