Armed with new information, innovative dermatologists like Eric Schweiger, MD, are now approaching acne treatment and prevention in a much more proactive fashion largely by starting combination therapy early on and not relenting until a complexion is all clear. Learn more about advances in acne care.
Adults who were hospitalized for a burn as a child experience higher than usual rates of depression and suicidality, according to new research in the journal Burns.
For the first time, researchers have grown a fully functional thymus from scratch in a living animal.
There are approximately 157,000 surgical-site infections each year, according to the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Are your plastic surgery patients at risk?
From a topical neurotoxin to the use of focused cold energy and radiofrequency, it’s safe to say that injectable neurotoxins will no longer be the only game in town.
After some serious soul searching several years back, Timothy R. Miller, MD, decided the time was right to strike out on his own. PSP Editor, sits down with him for the September 2014 10 Things column.
The percentage of young people who reported wearing sunscreen declined from 67.7% in 2001 to 56.1% in 2011, new research shows.
RealSelf reports uptick in consumer searches for tattoo removal.
Made-to-order implants are the wave of the future, and are ushering in a new era of personalized medicine that will likely cut the costs associated with prosthetics as well.
A new self-molding material may help change the way facial surgeons approach bone defects or injuries in the head, neck, or jaw. The findings were presented at the annual meeting o f the American Chemical Society.