Few developments are as exciting and full of promise as the future of regenerative medicine. The ability to harness the body’s own natural processes to improve healing and restore injured or otherwise compromised functionality of body tissues seems like science fiction to many, but paradigms are shifting, and the practice of aesthetic medicine is being upended in the process.
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The unique capabilities of the recently updated Renuvion cosmetic technology from Apyx Medical (Clearwater, Fla.) provide a minimally invasive subdermal thermal therapy that is changing the game. According to physicians, subdermal coagulation with Renuvion does wonders when added to body or facial contouring protocols by enhancing outcomes and expanding the potential patient base, causing doctors to rethink what’s possible.
The summer of 2020 promises to be an exciting time for the aesthetic industry as dermatologists, surgeons and other aesthetic providers from around the world gather in Las Vegas for the foremost multispecialty conference: The Aesthetic Show (TAS).
Doris Day, MD, is a well-known name in aesthetic circles, and not because she shares a name with the beloved late actress. Dr. Day, a New York City-based dermatologist, has become an aesthetic celebrity in her own right, skillfully using communication channels to spread the word about skin health and beauty.
Talent & techniques: Nonexcisional lifting of the upper lip: Combining myostimulation with nanofat – A pilot study
The aging process can cause midface retrusion, elongation of the upper lip, and a loss of youthful features that are, with age, increasingly difficult to restore in a natural- appearing contour. Bone loss is a well- known contributor to this phenomenon, but the role of muscle atrophy has been largely overlooked.
With medical practices across the nation shutting down, as a practice management consulting company we’ve spent the week assisting our clients in the process.
Plastic surgeons can help a real cause... donating much-needed medical equipment to help doctors combat the coronavirus. TMZ's obtained a letter penned by the California Medical Association and sent to several prominent Beverly Hills plastic surgeons -- along with the rest of the state's outpatient surgery/procedural facilities -- to urgently redeploy resources to meet the coming increase demand for health care services.
LaserAway, the nation’s leader in aesthetic dermatology, is donating their excess Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to local hospitals, police and fire departments, so that the healthcare workers and first responders on the front lines of our battle with Coronavirus can use them to save lives.
A waiting room suitable for a visit from the Queen and an arsenal of energy-based technologies capable of rejuvenating the entire planet won’t keep an aesthetic practice afloat if the staff and providers don’t take the time to define their practice culture and provide patients with great experiences.
While injectable therapies have been a mainstay in aesthetic medicine for decades, this established arena is still an exciting place for physicians and patients alike.