Overall, more than 23 million cosmetic surgical and nonsurgical procedures were performed worldwide in 2013, ISAPS reports. Botulinum toxin was the most popular procedure across the globe in 2013.
The FDA has approved Eagle Pharmaceutical Inc.’s Ryanodex (dantrolene sodium) for the treatment of malignant hyperthermia, along with the appropriate supportive measures.
Atlanta Falcons will host free SPOT me™ skin cancer screenings at Falcons’ training camp this preseason, July 25 – 27, 2014
During these two free webcasts, David Evans, PhD, MBA, the Chief Executive Officer of Ceatus Media Group LLC in San Diego, Calif. will highlight several commonly overlooked resources that have the potential to exponentially enhance a practice’s online footprint. He will offer easy-to-implement strategies guaranteed to generate more leads along with practical advice on how […]
Puregraft’s closed system filtration technology may produce more reliable and robust fat graft retention rates than centrifuge methods, a new study suggests.
San Fran ranks No. 1 for age-defying residents largely due to their healthy eating, active lifestyles, and obsession with their skin’s appearance, Real Self Reports.
The coveted US News and Report Best Hospital rankings for 2014-2015 are out, and although they don’t track the adult specialties of Dermatology or Plastic Surgery, Facial Plastics often falls under the rubric of Ear, Nose & Throat. PSP congratulates the winners!
One to watch: VWMS provides speedier suture absorption and a lower risk of inflammation than currently available sutures.
The cox-2 blocker, Celecoxib (Celebrex, Pfizer), may help reduce pain and opioid use after facelift surgery, but at least one doctor urges caution when using this drug for any indication.
YouTube can help researchers, journals, and health advocates connect with the public about skin cancer and prevention, a new study suggests.