aesthetic techniques

Cold-Subfascial breast augmentationWhile this modified technique demands surgical finesse, it can be used to shape the breast while avoiding some of the unwanted cosmetic effects that accompany breast augmentation.
Yoga for a younger faceCan facial exercises really improve tone, firmness and shape?
Needle-phobic patients? Laughing gas to the rescueOne surgeon says nitrous oxide is an effective solution for anxiety prone patients during non-surgical procedures.
Fillers for feetDermal fillers have been used for the past decade to enhance foot comfort and/or aesthetics… Have you added it to your practice?
Human hair to suture facial wounds?Whether on the battlefield, in emergency situations or for elective procedures, one surgeon examines the benefits of using human hair as sutures.
Male aesthetic procedures are up, despite little research on procedures in men
Male aesthetic procedures are up, despite little research on procedures in menWhile there is an increasing interest among men in cosmetic procedures, there is little research in this area to guide physicians. Experts say that customization is best for tough cases.
Marketing to the male patient
Marketing to the male patientMen are increasingly seeking aesthetic procedures, but they tend to learn toward specific procedures more than others. Learn more in our table-of-the-month.
PRP for hair lossPRP is a simple, safe treatment option for patients with hair loss, as long as expectations are managed.
Revisiting the migraine liftDespite two decades since its discovery, many patients may not be aware of the cosmetic surgery technique that offers permanent migraine relief.