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AESTHETIC

Many ways to carve the turkey (neck)Whether it’s on the bird gracing the Thanksgiving table or hiding under a festive sweater, no one wants a turkey neck.
Body hair transplants for baldnessIt’s a viable option, according to experts, but the use of body hair to treat baldness requires careful patient selection and strategic technique.
Rethinking complete platysma transectionResearch suggests this aggressive approach comes up short on long-term results. Two experts offer alternative approaches.
Noninvasive body contouring combination tipsInvest in a variety of complementary, rather than overlapping, devices to help patients achieve whole-body rejuvenation goals, expert says.
Men: A growing aesthetic segmentThe male cosmetic market is growing as more cosmetically-inclined millennial men age. One expert discusses the differences in targeting the male population.
The business of body contouringOne expert advises colleagues of certain considerations before adding body contouring services to a practice.
RF's rebirthRadiofrequency (RF) technology has had a rebirth in aesthetic surgery with needle RF, according to Macrene Alexiades, M.D., Ph.D., associate clinical professor, Yale University School of Medicine and director of the Dermatology & Laser Surgery Center of New York, New York City.
Three minimally-invasive lipo-based neck treatmentsThere are three minimally-invasive ways of doing liposuction to improve the neck, and these options cover most cosmetic patients, one expert says.
Give thanks (and give back) with RealSelfRealSelf announces their inaugural fellowship program to support reconstructive surgery in third-world nations.
The state of hair restorationShould you add hair transplant procedures to your practice?

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