CST March 2017

PAC promotes patient safety
PAC promotes patient safetyFour surgical organizations, one common goal: To advance and promote patient safety in cosmetic medicine.
Are you overlooking BDD?
Are you overlooking BDD?Do you routinely screen? Do you collaborate with a mental health professional?
The nose goes globalJ. Regan Thomas, M.D. says that surgeons (and patients) are embracing a new, global concept of the “ideal” nose.
Sunscreen smartsHow do your sunscreen facts match up with those within the dermatology specialty?
A question of dissectionStudy compares conventional bipolar electrocautery to dissection with a harmonic scalpel.
Going big with VASEROne surgeon offers a step-by-step guide to large-volume fat transfer with an ultrasonic cannula.
SMAS for lips?How effective is lip augmentation with tissue transferred from the SMAS? One plastic surgeon shares his research results.
Cellfina in retrospectStill wondering if you should add Cellfina to your practice? One plastic surgeon details his first year of experience.
New clinical practice guideline for rhinoplastyIt’s the first evidence-based guideline for rhinoplasty, and includes recommendations for pre- and post-management patient care to optimize outcomes.
ASPS offers management servicesThe American Society of Plastic Surgeons has created PS2 Practice Management to handle back-office administration for individual practices and consolidated groups of practices.