Social Media Tips for Up-and-Coming Cosmetic Surgeons

 Despite the global adoption of social media as a tool for both personal and professional use, many medical specialties – including aesthetic medicine – and physicians still resist the trend, regarding social platforms as superfluous or unprofessional. Research suggests that social media can add great value as a communication tool able to connect patients with …

The Gold Standard for Nonsurgical Lifting and Skin Tightening

  Solutions to age-related changes, such as wrinkling, skin loosening, loss of skin strength and elasticity, are continuously being developed and improved by researchers. While many new technologies have been brought to the market and clinical practice, many still lack guidelines and standards of use for dermatologists to rely on. Micro-focused ultrasound with visualization<> (MFU-V, …

The Benefits of a Generational Dermatology Practice

In the face of rapid technological advancements, changing consumer demands, and projected clinician shortages, the business of aesthetic medicine is steadily undergoing a change. The rising usage of AI technology, machine learning, and teledermatology among patients reveals the trajectory of the dermatological practice; no longer dependent on in-person clinical visits and instead, increasingly reliant on …

Psoriasis Awareness Month: Advancements in Psoriasis Care

August marks the beginning of Psoriasis Awareness Month during which healthcare organizations, such as the National Psoriasis Foundation (NPF), raise awareness for the 8 million Americans affected by the disease. Often regarded as a simple skin condition, psoriasis has been linked to diabetes, heart disease, and other detrimental comorbidities in nearly a third of patients and …