New technology for post-op recovery February 11, 2017 By Lisette Hilton According to Dr. Michael J. Will, a novel “lighted garment” can provide cosmetic surgery patients with a quicker, more comfortable recovery. Adding new non-surgical devices to your practice February 11, 2017 By Lisette Hilton Thinking about adding a new treatment device to your cosmetic practice? Dana Fox offers strategic advice for how you can ensure financial success. In demand: Nonsurgical fat reduction technologies February 11, 2017 By Lisette Hilton Patients want nonsurgical options for fat loss, but which device is best and how do you manage expectations? Dr. Sheila Barbarino advises. No brow lifts for 'handsome' men February 11, 2017 By Lisette Hilton It may run counter to popular opinion, but Dr. Chasby Sacks shares his observation that brow lifts may leave some men less attractive. Wrinkles and acne: What device works best? February 10, 2017 By Lisette Hilton Dr. Robert Troell examines device and post-treatment options and provides a step-by-step skin resurfacing treatment protocol. BHRT: A match made in anti-aging February 10, 2017 By Lisette Hilton Cosmetic surgery and bioidentical hormone replacement therapy address the same issue from different vantage points. Dr. Kevin Light explains why you should consider adding it to your practice. Cultural variations of the butt lift February 10, 2017 By Lisette Hilton Dr. Walter Tom advises considering varying cultural preferences for buttock shapes when planning butt enhancement procedures. When liposuction patients gain weight February 10, 2017 By Lisette Hilton According to Dr. Neil Goodman, an increase in body weight after liposuction profoundly changes the procedure’s outcome... in predictable ways. He offers three tips for achieving the post treatment ideal. AACS 2017 annual scientific meeting February 07, 2017 The multi-specialty program will explore the theme, "The Competitive Edge of Cosmetic Surgery," from the surgical, non-invasive, and practice management angles. Steps to Security February 03, 2017 By John Jesitus To keep patient information safe, experts recommend using cutting-edge hardware and software, personalizing the challenge for employees and reminding them of data-hygiene basics. An information technology partner that will manage your on-site systems and perform updates on a regular basis is as important as your insurance provider is to your practice.