Radiofrequency (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.
Experts discuss the forces contributing to costs that are rising faster in the United States than in other countries, as well as what dermatologists can do now to help patients get access to more affordable medications.
Paving the way in nonsurgical neck rejuvenation, is injectable adipolysis with deoxycholic acid, an option that is compatible with the other injectable cosmetic procedures dermatologists use in facial rejuvenation, according to dermatologist Gary D. Monheit, M.D., who presented at the 2016 ASDS annual meeting.
Turning dermatologic knowledge into a successful, profitable part of a practice’s bottom line takes business know-how, according to Rancho Mirage, Calif., dermatologist Wendy E. Roberts, M.D, who presented at the 2016 ASDS annual meeting.
There are some tricks of the dermatologists’ trade when it comes to optimizing cosmeceutical use by complementing procedures with products, according to New Orleans, La., dermatologist Mary P. Lupo, M.D.
Microneedling techniques are mimicking results often associated with laser treatment, according to Tina S. Alster, M.D., director of Washington Institute of Dermatologic Laser Surgery, Washington, DC, who presented “Will Microneedling Replace Lasers?” at the 2016 American Society for Dermatologic Surgery (ASDS) annual meeting in New Orleans.