“Selfie” is more than just the word of 2013. It’s bigger than that. It hasn’t just made our vocabulary more annoying; it’s actually causing a shift in our collective behaviors.
St. Patrick’s Day, celebrated on March 17, 2014, is steep in traditions and clichés, but buried within the folklore may lie some very salient beauty advice, experts tell Plastic Surgery Practice.
PSP editor Denise Mann discusses her fascination with the recent tabloid reports about Bruce Jenner and urges readers to look past the sensational headlines.
Practice Helper’s Joyce Sunila offers some surprising and witty musings that compare her time spent air hijacking to Internet marketing.
In this witty essay, Practice Helper’s Joyce Sunila tells us why black hat SEO tactics make her blood boil and how another type of black hat — a magicians’s flouts in their face
“How can I be on your cover?” Here is how I do decide who will grace our monthly cover.
Practice Helper’s Joyce Sunila reflects on the ageless pursuit of all things beautiful, and what this means for cosmetic doctors and surgeons.
The 2013 American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery’s annual Fall meeting did not disappoint.
Contributing editor Wendy Lewis reports on The Aesthetic Surgery Education and Research Foundation new Premier Global Hot Topics “365."