Plastic surgery patients report that being cared for by compassionate surgeons who offer coordinated care is more important to their satisfaction than wait time, scheduling and staff courtesy.
Thread-lifting techniques have evolved to provide satisfactory short-term results, particularly in the midface, said an expert at The Cosmetic BootCamp.
Adipose tissue, rich in progenitor cells and stem cells, is the business of Carlsbad, Calif.-based Millennium Medical Technologies (MMT), whose efforts in this arena are designed to not only shape the leading edge of regenerative aesthetics and medicine, but help others who may be developing their own technologies and ideas.
The fluid-filled pouches on the upper malar portion of the cheek have been historically difficult for aesthetic physicians and surgeons to remove, but one physician has had success with RF microneedling.
PMMA is a great option for treating small irregularities after liposuction or after traumatic accidents to fill indentations of face and body, but beware the brand and the body part you’re filling.
With over 15 devices in my practice, I have plenty of options for treatments and patients. Naturally, over the years I have established my favorite devices, as well as my less utilized devices. With multiple applications and predictable results, the MiXto is one of my top three devices, and I use it frequently.
Two leading industry meetings will offer diverse education and networking opportunities next month. Featured technologies range from new and established energy-based devices for anti-aging treatments, tattoo removal and body contouring, to a host of microneedling devices.
One does not need surgery or energy-based devices to achieve the best facial rejuvenation treatment outcomes. In performing minimally invasive facial rejuvenation, the tools of the trade are numerous: dermal fillers, neurotoxins, collagen stimulating lifting threads; platelet-rich plasma (PRP) delivered transdermally via needle, microneedle or cannula; fat transfer and more.
Hosted by Andrew P. Ordon, M.D., F.A.C.S., the new TAG! You’re IT! awards ceremony featured expanded categories that honored professionals driving innovation and excellence in medical aesthetics, including practitioners, researchers, product developers and industry leaders.
Whether consumers scrutinize their images in selfies, social media or the rearview mirror, they're more intent than ever to rid their faces and necklines of the tell-tale signs that time isn't on their sides. Coupled with this desire to fight aesthetic aging is a rising demand for noticeable cosmetic outcomes without downtime, drugs, foreign substances or surgery.