wrinkles

Wrinkle scales: To use or not to use?Wrinkle classifications systems are often used in research to quantify wrinkles after treatment, but do they have a place in clinical practice?
Aesthetics: More than just blepharoplastyOphthalmologists are uniquely trained and positioned to understand the anatomy and complications of many of the cosmetic procedures around the eye. Still it takes more to be successful in the aesthetic space, according to experts.
Rested and wrinkled? Oh, the ironyAll the Botox in the world can’t help your patients with sleep wrinkles. Here’s what can.
GlobalMed Technologies acquires Omnilux MedicalGlobalMed has represented medical and aesthetic dermatology brands, including BMT, CoolTouch and Radiancy, since 1996. Omnilux noninvasively treats dermatologic conditions, including acne, fine lines and wrinkles and non-melanoma skin cancer.
Next-gen topical HAA novel hyaluronic acid technology does more than increase hydration. It’s biologically smart.
Researchers rank risk for wrinkles by state
Researchers rank risk for wrinkles by stateWhat’s your state’s wrinkle risk (and why should you care)?
New technique measures wrinkle reduction
New technique measures wrinkle reductionHow well do cosmetic interventions work for your patients? This new technology has the capability to measure before and after for actual results.
Botox and wrinkles: biomechanical evidenceA new study offers insight on how injections of onabotulinum toxin A affect skin elasticity and pliability.
Reducing wrinkles over larger area with diluted abobotulinum toxin A (Video)A study comparing concentrations of abobotulinum toxin A and onabotulinum toxin A for reduction of forehaead wrinkles found that and increased dilution of abobotulinum toxin A results in a greater surface area coverage.
Fibroblasts vs ADSCs: Which is better for wrinkles?A Korean study examines cultured human fibroblasts and adipose-derived stem cells (ADSCs) on the wrinkles of photoaged skin.