Facial plastic surgeons report study results and discuss technique nuances of the off-label use of Juvéderm Voluma XC for infraorbital hollows.
Expert emphasizes the use of technology and engineer systems to prevent aesthetic providers from making medication mistakes.
Researchers report that season is the strongest risk factor for body contouring surgical complications.
The unique combination of high-intensity focused ultrasound (HIFU) and 635 nm laser energy found in SygmaLift from MedixSysteme (Ruggell, Liechtenstein), represents not only a powerful, painless, non-invasive solution for multi-layer reshaping of facial contours, but also treatment around the eyes. Using its properties, physicians can successfully treat sagging eyelids, fine lines and wrinkles, as well as facial asymmetry.
Radiofrequency is a nonsurgical option for common feminine dermatologic conditions associated with sexual dysfunction, such as dryness and painful sex, loose vulvar and vagina skin, leaky and overactive bladder.
Adding growth factors to skincare products is a concept that has been hampered by roadblocks, including high cost.
The science and techniques of biologics like nanofat continue to emerge. One presenter discussed yesterday how he uses this in facial procedures to treat fine lines, wrinkles, dyshcromia and areas of hyperpigmentation.
A number of physicians and industry professionals received awards for their dedication to driving innovation and the development of best practices. Look for profiles of each coming in our September issue of The Aesthetic Guide!
Today’s focus on microneedling technology is on improving radiofrequency devices and clarifying differences in outcomes between microneedling with and without radiofrequency, according to E. Victor Ross, M.D., who presented yesterday.
Energy-based medicine options are helping to reverse many of the sexual dysfunction issues plaguing today’s aging population, one expert told attendees at The Aesthetic Show.