cosmetic procedures

Majority of consumers interested in cosmetic proceduresAlmost seven in 10 consumers surveyed recently expressed interest in undergoing a cosmetic procedure, which is twice as many who considered such treatments in 2013, according to findings released by the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery (ASDS).
Comparing costs: Linio’s Beauty Price IndexThis is how the U.S. stacks up against the world when it comes to costs for beauty products and services.
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.
How to weed out price shoppersPrice transparency platform gives consumers — and physicians — what they want.
Current and future botulinum toxins
Current and future botulinum toxinsDr. Joel Schlessinger breaks down the three FDA-approved neurotoxins and provides a glimpse into products on the horizon.
Blunt needle benefits upper blepharoplasty
Blunt needle benefits upper blepharoplastyStudy compares blunt vs sharp needle for postoperative bruising, hematoma and pain when performing upper blepharoplasty.
A global consensus on the female buttockWhat waist-to-hip ratio is most desirable across most cultures and geographic locations? Researchers report.
7 Tips to pricing cosmetic proceduresExperts say these procedure pricing tips will help to promote the financial health of the practice, avoid commoditization and boost professional satisfaction.
Which HA filler works best?Recent research compares the durability of three cross-linked HA fillers, the most common fillers used worldwide.
Bulbous nasal tip reduction: How do you measure?Researchers explain their validated technique, which objectively measures postoperative results of bulbous tip reduction in ethnic patients.