nonsurgical procedures

On point with off-label BotoxDr. Jonathan Kaplan uses botulinum toxin type A for downturned lips, sweaty palms and plenty more. Are you underutilizing this wonder drug?
Sun exposure and skin agingIn a recent survey, only 4.4% of women blamed sun exposure for skin aging, believing stress and kids are bigger culprits.
Chemical peel appealOne plastic surgeon calls them the “gold standard” for fine lines, brown spots and skin tone and shares his approach to the chemical peel.
HA for handsIt’s designed to be used in the lips, but could the dual volumizing and moisturizing characteristics of Restylane Silk also be ideal for use in the aging hands?
Refining the nose with a needle
Refining the nose with a needleNonsurgical rhinoplasty may provide instant results without the downtime of surgery, but it’s a technique that requires expertise and a strategic approach.
Addressing the labiomental creaseAccording to Dr. Sheila Barbarino, filling the deep groove below the lip goes a long way in the overall result for facial rejuvenation.
Adding new non-surgical devices to your practiceThinking about adding a new treatment device to your cosmetic practice? Dana Fox offers strategic advice for how you can ensure financial success.
Wrinkles and acne: What device works best?Dr. Robert Troell examines device and post-treatment options and provides a step-by-step skin resurfacing treatment protocol.
Galderma launches two new dermal fillersGalderma receives FDA approval for Restylane Refyne and Defyne, two next-generation HA fillers.
Rapamycin may slow agingUsed as a transplant rejection inhibitor, therapy for renal cell carcinoma and as a stent coating, the rapamycin compound may also increase lifespan.