Asian breast augmentation is largely driven by anatomical differences and patient preferences, according to a presentation at the Toronto Breast Surgery Symposium.
In April's Edge, David Evans PhD, MBA offers tips on how to improve your website's user experience (and boost SEO).
Michael C. Edwards, MD, FACS, a board-certified plastic surgeon in Las Vegas and the 2014-2015 president of ASAPS, is PSP's newest editorial advisor.
In April's Shorr Thing, Jay Shorr hand feeds readers his 6 top interview questions for practice manager candidates.
Differential diagnosis generators such as VisualDx may reduce misdiagnosis, which is estimated to result in 40,000 to 80,000 deaths in US hospitals annually.
Meet practice manager Brenda VanSandt-Fuller, and learn what she brought to the table at Contemporary Plastic Surgery in Jacksonville, Florida.
Fake Botox was found in the United States and may have been sold to doctors’ offices and medical clinics nationwide, The FDA warns. Are your patients at risk?
The ASAPS 18th annual multispecialty statistical data made quite a splash with the media and plastic surgeons. @pspeditor takes a look behind the 2014 ASAPS stats.
Ceatus Media Group CEO David Evans' warns about the coming Google change and how it may affect you.
PSP editor remembers the Baron of Botox, Fredric Brandt, MD.
A "natural" Kimchi-based preservative used in cosmetics actually contains didecyldimethylammonium salts and salicylic acid, new research suggests.
The US beauty device market is expected to reach $25,375.7 million by 2020—with the use of at-home devices driving most of the growth.
Optical microangiography (OMAG) may detect changes in microvasculature during acne lesion progress and help introduce a microvasculature-based biomarker in evaluating the treatment and grading of acne, new research suggests.
Papain, an enzyme used in exfoliators and other cosmetic products, may cause skin allergies, a new study shows.
Despite reports that melanoma in kids is on the rise, the incidence of pediatric melanoma in the United States actually decreased from 2004 to 2010.
Certain facial plastic surgery procedures can affect what people think about patients’ personalities, a new study shows.
In the April 2015 Shorr Thing, Jay Shorr discusses six skills of highly effective practice managers.
Wendy Lewis and others remember dermatologist and innovator Frederick Brandt, MD.
An extract from the same hibiscus leaf often used in teas may help kill melanoma cells, suggests a study in the Journal of Food Science.
Erectile dysfunction and low sex drive are inadequately reported in trials of finasteride for treatment of male hair loss, new research suggests.