injectable fillers

What’s going to be hot in 2018?What exciting new devices, drugs and treatments will the New Year bring dermatologists and their patients? Physicians in the specialty and others share what they most anticipate in the coming year.
Fillers 101: Foundations for successThe foundations for success in using fillers during oculofacial surgery include understanding the characteristics of these products, which influences outcomes, and learning techniques to avoid and treat complications.
Injectable fillers not just for the faceSabrina G. Fabi, M.D., shares her tips for using fillers to enhance necks, chests, hands, arms, abdomens and buttocks.
How to prevent filler-related complicationsTo prevent filler-related complications, Dr. Cohen and his staff focus on understanding the anatomy of the skin and what lies beneath the areas that they’re injecting. Learn to practice safe principles for prepping the skin.
How to educate men on aesthetic treatmentMen are flocking to dermatologists for aesthetic procedures, and they usually know what they want aesthetic procedures to accomplish, but they may not know how to express what they want or what options are available, says an expert at the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery annual meeting in Chicago. Learn more
Fat as filler for perioral agingIs restoring lost volume with fat to the periorbital area the key to achieving optimal facial rejuvenation results?
Bellafill: Five-year safety, efficacy dataExperts offer their opinions on what this — the largest and longest prospective dermal filler study to date — means for you.
Lip service: Optimizing outcomesWhat are the parameters of her ideal lip shape? How do you quantify the outcomes? What if something goes wrong?
Injectable insights from Cosmetic Surgery Forum 2014From tips for superficial injections to the truth about unhappy patients, experts shared their insights at this year's Cosmetic Surgery Forum meeting in Las Vegas. Here are some highlights from the meeting’s coverage.
Fillers correct volume loss to foreheadInjectable fillers can correct the volume loss and provide support for the underlying tissues, meaning that fewer horizontal forehead wrinkles develop when someone raises her eyebrows, according to an expert who spoke at the 2014 Annual Meeting of the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery.