Texting your breast reconstruction patients after surgery may help improve postoperative outcomes including time to drain removal, a new study shows.
The majority of generation Y’ers would change something about their body if they could, according to a new international survey by Insite Consulting.
Removing abdominal fat via liposuction may have a surprising benefitit may help lower risk foe ultraviolet (UV)-light induced skin cancer, according to research in mice out of Rutgers University in New Brunswick, NJ.
AmDerma Pharmaceuticals, LLC,and Oculus Innovative Sciences, are joining forces to develop and commercialize Oculus’ novel proprietary Microcyn(R) Technology drug compounds for acne and secondary indications.
Cosmetic surgery in Israel is on the rise, a new report shows.
Nearly half of men in the US admit to not using sunscreen in the past 12 months, and 70 percent of men don’t even know what skin cancer looks like, a new survey shows.
The most common reasons for indoor tanning among college students was everything causes cancer these days. The findings appear in the June issue Archives of Dermatology.
Your patients often shell out hundreds, and sometimes thousands, of dollars a year on skin care products to improve the look and feel of their skin, but they may not be using these products in the correct order.
Dancing with the Stars co-host Brooke Burke-Charvet ushers in Mentor’s New You Visualizer , a first-of-its-kind interactive tool to help women see how their new breasts will look before they even schedule a consultation.
Smoking increases risk for cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma by 52 percent, and this risk was most pronounced among current or ever smokers, according to a study appear online in the Archives of Dermatology.