aesthetic products

Energy Devices 101: Intense pulsed light (IPL)
Energy Devices 101: Intense pulsed light (IPL)IPL is not typically a gold-star, stand-alone technology, but it has come a long way, evolving to become stronger, more effective and a patient favorite for photo rejuvenation.
Dual incision system helps reduce postop infectionsPrevena Duo is the first disposable negative pressure wound therapy system designed specifically for the management of two closed surgical incisions.
Visualizing the perfect breast size3D Augmented reality technology takes the guesswork out of determining patient breast size.
The future of dermatologyUntil recently, dermatology was an almost universally well-respected medical and surgical discipline. The scope of the specialty appears to be narrowing. If we relinquish the authority to manage skin disorders to concentrate on more lucrative pursuits such as selling products, we will cease to be relevant and our patients will suffer.
Choices: Every dermatologist has a personal preference for injectable productsMany dermatologists agree that it's wonderful to have so many tools, but each one serves a purpose for enhancing different features and areas of the face.
Valeant joins with Living Proof to create aesthetic productsValeant Pharmaceuticals has partnered with a beauty company to create aesthetic products, beginning with a technology that reshapes the appearance of the skin.
Sculptra in the nasojugal foldAt the 2013 Vegas Cosmetic Surgery and Aesthetic Dermatology Meeting, a panel of experts discussed their opinions about the use of Sculptra in the nasojugal fold.