Creative filler treatmentsThere are dozens of creative, off-label ways to use fillers, now that filler safety and efficacy are established, according to Justin Harper, M.D., who recently presented at the 2018 Medical Spa Show.
AAFPRS trend reportBotox and rhinoplasties top the list of most popular treatments last year, while fat dissolving injections are at the bottom.
Up-and-coming fillers and neuromodulatorsInjectable aesthetic products recently FDA-approved or in late stages of development include polycaprolactone, a new hyaluronic acid and multiple neuromodulators.
Plastic surgery predictions
Plastic surgery predictionsWhat will shape cosmetic medicine in 2018? We asked industry leaders to weigh in with what they think will drive aesthetic medicine’s evolution this year.
Daxibotulinumtoxin A for InjectionStudies show pipeline neuromodulator RT002 effective for treating glabellar lines with a 6-month duration.
Feminizing the faceFacial feminization has become a catch phrase transgender patient procedures, but it’s an approach one surgeon also uses for treating the female face.
The aesthetic for-profit practiceFour cosmetic physicians share their most profitable nonsurgical procedures.
Botox improves chin contourBotox to the mentalis improves chin aesthetics in patients with an underprojected bony chin and a hyperactive high-riding mentalis muscle.
Comparing costs: Linio’s Beauty Price IndexThis is how the U.S. stacks up against the world when it comes to costs for beauty products and services.
Cosmetic dentistry is more than teethBotulinum toxin offers both functional and aesthetic solutions for patients in the dental practice. Here’s what you need to know about incorporating it into yours.