New Look Now LLC, based in Newport Beach, Calif, announces the rollout of its web-based Aesthetic Treatment Visualizer Program.
When it comes to facial aging, who better to talk about it than with your mom? But according to a recent Galderma-commissioned survey, more than half of mothers and daughters never discuss it.
Aesthetic procedure device manufacturer Cynosure Inc, Westford, Mass, recently released its financial results for the fourth quarter of 2015.
ALPHAEON Corporation announces the introduction of the skIN3 line of products, featuring DermaTriPlex technology to address the visual signs of aging.
A recent study helps back up the suggestion that using hyaluronic acid (HA) dermal fillers together with botulinum neurotoxin-A (BoNT-A) may help the fillers last longer.
SculpSure is described by the company as a noninvasive, light-based body contouring procedure that takes only 25 minutes to perform.
The American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (AAFPRS) recently released the results of its annual member survey.
A new study suggests that breast reconstruction patients were only moderately informed about the procedure, and had little knowledge about its complications.
Topokine Therapeutics initiated a Phase 2b/3 trial for XAF5 Ointment for the reduction of undereye bags.
Ian A. Maher, MD, of St Louis received the ASDS Award for Outstanding Service.
Richard A. Baxter, MD, shares some historical tidbits about Champagne in the January 2016 "The Doctor's Glass."
PSP takes a look at what's hot in January, in the latest edition of Hot Stuff.
PSP takes a trip "Around the World" and shines the spotlight on plastic surgery facts and figures from other countries. The January 2016 issue visits Brazil.
Thomas Su, MD, shares "10 Things" about Interactive Liposuction in the January 2016 PSP.
Marianne Matthews takes a look at imaging in cosmetic surgery, in the January 2016 PSP's "Inside Look."
Joe Niamtu III, DMD, FAAC, shares his experience with interoffice walkie-talkies in the January 2016 PSP.
According to Wendy Lewis in the January 2016 PSP's "Social Studies" column, listening to what clients, customers, and patients are saying about you and your brand online is critical for success.
Alex R. Thiersch, JD, shares some road rules physicians should heed to when planning their medspa's next ad campaign, in the January 2016 issue of PSP.
Jay A. Shorr, BA, MBM-C, CAC I-VIII gives advice on who "owns" the patient once an associate leaves, in the January 2016 issue's "The Shorr Thing."
David Evans, PhD, MBA, shares in the 2016 PSP "The Edge" that the real reason that mobile-friendliness matters is not what one thinks it is.