Skin pliability and elasticity improved after treatment with onabotulinum toxin (Botox) for mild facial wrinkles and the effect lasted for up to 4 months, according to a report published online by JAMA Facial Plastic Surgery.
Mordcai Blau, MD, and Ron Hazani, MD, share their experience in treating gynecomastia
in bodybuilders in this clinical feature.
PSP editorial advisor W. Grant Stevens, MD, FACS, is the new treasurer of the ASAPS board of directors.
Galderma is rolling out a new loyalty program for both doctors and patients.
The majority of Americans are not regularly using sunscreen, new research shows.
David Evans, PhD, MBA, pontificates on the driving forces behind Mobilegeddon.
The AACS is reinstituting its Facial Fellowship Program.
Many fish, amphibians, reptiles, and birds can naturally produce a compound called gadusol, which among other biologic activities provides protection from the ultraviolet component of sunlight, new research suggests.
Will targeting GMPS put the brakes on melanoma?
Sanjiv S. Agarwala, MD, chief of medical oncology and hematology for St. Luke's University Hospital & Health Network in Bethlehem, Pa, discusses advances in treating melanoma.
Facelift techniques must be individualized based on the morphology of the face, skin quality and quantity, as well as patient expectations, says Foad Nahai, MD.
PSP's May 2015 cover gives readers and up close and personal feel for SkinCare Physicians in Chestnut Hill, Mass.
Maryland dermatologist Robert Weiss, MD, is the new ASLMS president.
Dermatologist Jason Emer, MD, is taking Beverly Hills by storm. Find out what he's got up his sleeve!
Obese patients have more complications and make more hospital visits after plastic surgery procedures, and face higher healthcare costs as a result, a new study suggests.
Asian breast augmentation is largely driven by anatomical differences and patient preferences, according to a presentation at the Toronto Breast Surgery Symposium.
Michael C. Edwards, MD, FACS, a board-certified plastic surgeon in Las Vegas and the 2014-2015 president of ASAPS, is PSP's newest editorial advisor.
Differential diagnosis generators such as VisualDx may reduce misdiagnosis, which is estimated to result in 40,000 to 80,000 deaths in US hospitals annually.
Fake Botox was found in the United States and may have been sold to doctors’ offices and medical clinics nationwide, The FDA warns. Are your patients at risk?
The ASAPS 18th annual multispecialty statistical data made quite a splash with the media and plastic surgeons. @pspeditor takes a look behind the 2014 ASAPS stats.