Dublin, Ireland-based Research and Markets, in a recent market research report, projects continued expansion in the global plastic surgery market over the next 4 years.
Allergan, a global pharmaceutical company, acquired Topokine Therapeutics, developer of XAF5 topical element for steatoblepharon, or bags under the eyes.
An agreement between NeoStrata and Johnson & Johnson Consumer brings NeoStrata’s research and innovations in the area of alpha hydroxyl acids (AHA) into the Johnson & Johnson portfolio.
The projected rise in the demand for plastic surgery globally is proportional to an aging demographic, according to a Business Wire release from Technavio.
Cynosure Inc, a Westford, Mass-based designer, marketer, and manufacturer of medical devices for precision surgical applications and aesthetic procedures, recently released its first quarter financial results.
Researchers from the University of Michigan set out to discover if a celebrity’s choice to undergo a double mastectomy to treat breast cancer is responsible for influencing the choices of non-celebrities in breast cancer treatment.
A new reconstruction technique from plastic surgeons at UT Southwestern Medical Center takes the best of two microsurgical procedures to use abdominal and other tissue to recreate the breast after a mastectomy.
Those wanting to look younger without going under the knife may have a new rule book.
Digital technology has a way of helping us keep in touch with friends and loved ones, but it can also be an unintentional reminder of facial aging.
ALPHAEON Corp, Irvine, Calif, chose the recent American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery meeting in Las Vegas to share its positive findings regarding two phase III clinical trials.
A new collaboration between Galderma and Mentor Worldwide LLC hopes to elevate the patient experience through innovative aesthetic and corrective brands.
Val Lambros, MD, a pioneer in aesthetic plastic surgery, continues to redefine aging progression. This time using 3D imaging at the Aesthetic Meeting of the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery in Las Vegas.
A 2-year-old pro bono program is helping North Korean defectors better assimilate as new residents of South Korea through a unique donation of plastic surgery.
The Aesthetic Surgery Education and Research Foundation (ASERF) elected a new president for the April 2016-April 2017 term.
Attendees to the annual American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery meeting were treated to the nationwide launch of the Cellfina™ System and its efficacy data by Merz Aesthetics.
The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS) welcomed a new president at its annual Aesthetic Meeting this month in Las Vegas.
Plastic surgery is desired by people of all ages, not just seniors, according to a new study from the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.
Findings from a recent study suggest that ibuprofen and other non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) after surgery do not create a risk of increased bleeding, as was once thought.
According to a recent study, if plastic surgeons are deployed as part of a military surgical team, they contribute a large proportion of the surgical activity.
A report released by Technavio predicts that the global medical aesthetics market will grow from $9.39 billion in 2015 to $13.34 billion by 2020.