facial rejuvenation

Facial shaping with fillers an ‘artform’
Microneedling may provide alternative to lasers
Microneedling may provide alternative to lasersMicroneedling may provide a viable alternative to lasers in certain clinical situations. Dr. Mara Weinstein Velez discusses which indications have promising data behind them and where further research needs to focus.
Facial analysis of agingDr. Val Lambros offers an inside peek at his not-yet-published study of actual aging progression using 3D imaging over a 15-year period.
Botox + Dysport: Better together?One doctor says using a combination of Botox and Dysport creates a better result than using either one alone.
Botulinum toxin market grows along with senior segment
Botulinum toxin market grows along with senior segmentCurrent botulinum toxin products are more similar than different and can be effectively used for many purposes beyond facial lines and wrinkles.
What’s new in facial rejuvenationFrom single devices that perform a spectrum of rejuvenation procedures, to older devices that are re-emerging, to new combinations using tried-and-true technologies, dermatologists are at the forefront of what’s new and exciting in facial rejuvenation. Learn more.
Beauty by Phi: A fixed pointDespite the variety of measurement points for the midface, Dr. Morris E. Hartstein says the Phi point is fixed and does not change with age.
Does facial enhancement make your patients more likable?The findings of a recent study suggest that your facial surgery patients get more than just a more youthful appearance.
Risk of nodules associated with fillers, dental work (VIDEO)Listen to the expert panel discuss this issue in our exclusive roundtable video from the Vegas Cosmetic Surgery and Aesthetic Dermatology meeting.
Growing array of fillers expands options for facial rejuvenationInjectable fillers are used in a variety of ways to improve the appearance of the aging face. However, because not all fillers are alike, it is important for dermatologic surgeons to understand the features and benefits of each product in order to optimize its clinical use, says W. Philip Werschler, M.D.