From better instrumentation for follicular unit extraction, added donor sites, an option for transplanting hair to scarred skin, and the possibility of halting the progression of early hair loss, there’s lots that’s new in hair restoration.
Almost any woman who wants a more aesthetically pleasing labia is a candidate for the central wedge approach, which delivers natural-looking results.
Aesthetic providers should consider discussing sexual health with their 65-and-older patients, according to a recent poll. More than three-quarters of older U.S. adults think sex is important for romantic relationships at any age. Armed with a growing arsenal of medications, noninvasive devices and surgeries aimed at improving sexual function and addressing cosmetic concerns, plastic surgeons are among the providers helping today’s patients address sexual health issues.
Johns Hopkins’ researchers recently published results from performing a modified muscle transplant operation to restore the ability to smile in patients whose faces had been paralyzed.
According to a new study, there’s another technology to add to the nonsurgical brow lifting armamentarium.
Online reviews wield power. Here’s a breakdown of why patients write positive (and negative) reviews.
Most of 22 studies in a recent review of PRP suggest positive results, but more are needed.
The FDA recently approved the hyaluronic acid dermal filler Restylane Lyft to correct age-related volume loss on backs of the hands.
Spanish researchers have developed a scoring system to assess the severity of frontal fibrosing alopecia, a scarring form of alopecia marked by hairline recession and eyebrow loss primarily affecting postmenopausal women.
The Aesthetic Show’s line-up includes a multidisciplinary advisory board featuring industry leaders who will tackle hot topics such as regenerative aesthetics, feminine rejuvenation and male aesthetics, as well as offer in-depth learning experiences for some of today’s most in-demand procedures.