“The PSP Magazine Affordable Care Act – What to Expect and How to Prepare for It” webinar includes important insights from American Society of Plastic Surgeons President Elect Scot B. Glasberg, MD and Jay Shorr, the founder and managing partner of the Best Medical Business Solutions, on the changing health care landscape.
Antibiotic treatment is recommended after incision and drainage only in certain populations, but dermatologists tend to prescribe them more freely, potentially contributing to the scourge of antibiotic resistance.
A new prefabrication/overexpansion technique may help surgeons perform complete facial resurfacing using a single flap of the patient’s own skin. They were able to create skin flaps up to 30 x 30 cm.
The deadline for updating or creating your listing in PSP’s 2013 Buyers’ Guide is February 26, 2014! Don’t miss out!
Post-rhinoplasty voice changes are perceptible to patients and experts, but generally don’t cause problems with speech function, a new study suggests.
Take a stroll down memory lane and revisit all of our 2013 covers.
Do facial exercises improve the signs of aging? The jury is still out, a new review study shows.
Experience and personal recommendation trump media referrals, according to a new study of factors that affect patient’s choice of plastic surgeons.
Use of "acellular dermal matrix" (ADM) is now helping improve outcomes following breast reconstruction revision surgery, new research suggests.
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