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.
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.
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 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.
Joe Niamtu III, DMD, FAAC, shares his experience with interoffice walkie-talkies in the January 2016 PSP.
The January 2016 PSP shines a "Spotlight" on current beauty trends in the news.
PSP's January 2016 cover story shines the spotlight on Jason Emer, MD, and his new venture, The Roxbury Institute.
While greater patient awareness and insurance coverage have contributed to greater breast reconstruction rates in the United States, geographic barriers to access this service remain.
Victory! Congress has passed the BCPEA as part of the omnibus spending legislation.
The FDA wants to ban tanning beds and sunlamp use for teens and children.
The ASDS and ASDSA were recognized with 14 awards – including three Platinums – in the 2015 MarCom Awards competition.
Neoethetics' Lipo-202 didn’t meet co-primary composite and secondary endpoints in the AbCONTOUR1 and AbCONTOUR2 Phase 3 trials.
Using olive or sunflower oil on newborn babies’ skin damages the barrier that prevents water loss and blocks allergens and infections, new research suggests.
This year marked exciting new approvals as well as the birth of an entire new category of facial aesthetic treatment, the AAFPRS reports.
Complete tumor eradication is the primary goal of SCC treatment, and Mohs Micrographic Surgery offers the highest cure rate, maximum tissue preservation, and the best cosmetic outcome.
Galderma and ZELTIQ® Aesthetics Inc are partnering up, effective immediately.
Waldman received $41,500 for her research project titled “Patient Motivations and Preferences Regarding the Decision to Seek Cosmetic Dermatologic Surgical Procedures: A Prospective Multicenter Study.”