A new accelerator fund for skin treatments is designed to bridge the gap between institutional research funding and traditional venture capital, providing a structure and path forward for entrepreneurs, researchers and clinicians.
Vitamin D supplements are known to reduce the inflammation and swelling associated with sunburn, but a new study from Birmingham University suggests that it may also help with more serious burns.
New approaches and a rethinking of aesthetic goals now allow for an effective rejuvenation of the male face, while preserving a natural, masculine appearance.
One surgeon compared her experience using two available energy device options.
The supply of doctors willing to meet the demand of patients who want cosmetic procedures is growing — fast.
One expert discusses three things doctors need to know to get the best outcomes. He points aesthetic physicians to acceptable start ranges; then, adds subtle artistic cues.
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Researchers summarize the latest literature in cutaneous surgery to provide pre-, intra- and postoperative guidance for patient safety and comfort.
Device manufacturers are now offering marketing services to allay concerns that your new device is just going to gather dust, but do they really work?
It’s proving to be a viable addition to the scope of service in the cosmetic practice, but be forewarned: It’s serious business.