neurotoxins

The aesthetic for-profit practiceFour cosmetic physicians share their most profitable nonsurgical procedures.
5 environmental neurotoxicants are potent health risksPediatricians know from their training that chemicals in the environment are important causes of neurodevelopmental and other health problems in children, but clinicians need to keep that information top-of-mind in daily practice and apply it in counseling and evaluation, said Philip J. Landrigan, MD, MSc, FAAP.
How well do you know your herbs and spices?It turns out that asking a simple question while taking patients’ histories could prevent unanticipated bleeding and bruising after fillers, neurotoxin injections and more.
The Microdroplet LiftDr. Kenneth Steinsapir reveals his patented botulinum toxin delivery method that minimizes brow activity without treating the forehead.
Toxin vs toxin: How do you choose?Botox, Dysport and Xeomin may share similarities, but several factors can affect the best way to choose which is best for your individual patients.
Botox, Dysport, Xeomin not interchangeableStudy shows “accepted” equivalents of neurotoxin treatment dosages do not deliver comparable results.
Neurotoxin pipeline advances, stay wary of counterfeitsAs the neurotoxin market is set for expansion, so expands the market of counterfeit products. One expert reviews the innovative options coming up through the pipeline and cautions colleagues about the risks associated with counterfeits.
Top 5 dermatology controversiesThere are five controversies rattling today’s dermatology community, causing some dermatologists to think twice about commonly used products, services and procedures.
Xeomin vs Botox: Head-to-head study resultsThis is the first randomized, prospective, double-blinded, parallel-group study to compare the neurotoxins head to head.
Best practices for neurotoxinsDr. Corey Maas provides insight into new neuromodulators currently seeking FDA approval at this year's Global Aesthetic Conference.