Medspa management invite: Revenue boost or bust?Dr. Poor is invited to oversee the aestheticians and electrologists of a new MedSpa and feels fortunate, as his revenues have been declining. However, investing, owning, or operating a medspa still means being aware of certain regulations.
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June 05, 2017SB208 is the first topical antifungal with a nitric oxide platform found to be effective for treating tinea pedis.
Microbe imbalance fuels acne June 05, 2017By Bob KronemyerThe difference between acne and healthy skin is largely dependent on the balance of the skin microbiota, according to study results. The rise of oral cancer June 09, 2017By Lisette HiltonHead and neck cancers with roots in HPV are appearing in patients that do not demonstrate the high-risk behaviors usually associated with such cancers.
Different possibilities based on a patient’s unique needs June 09, 2017By Lisette HiltonDepending on the medical specialist caring for patients with HPV, traditional treatments for genital warts tend to fall into two general categories: provider-administered and patient-administered therapies, according to one specialist.
Experts discuss the place for female rejuvenation June 01, 2017By Karen AppoldSome dermatogists are proponents of adding female rejuvenation to practice. Others believe it’s not within the specialty’s domain.
Ethnic variations in aging June 02, 2017By Bob KronemyerThere is a shift in skin aging by decades, depending on ethnicity, according to results of a scientific evaluation underwritten by Proctor & Gamble Co. Fillers: The latest options June 02, 2017By Lisette HiltonFiller manufacturers are rounding out their product lines, giving practitioners many more options for use in different rejuvenation procedures. Reduce flank fat without pain, downtime June 26, 2017By Lisette HiltonNonthermal pulsed ultrasound (UltraShape, Syneron Candela) treatments significantly reduce flank fat, without pain, downtime and apparent risks, according to a study.
From mole to melanoma June 01, 2017By Lisette HiltonThere is a genetically intermediate state of melanocytic neoplasia and these findings could someday help doctors identify high-risk lesions to remove before they become malignant. Molecular age of melanoma June 01, 2017By Bob KronemyerThe field of molecular diagnostics, as it pertains to dermatology, has truly exploded in the last decade, according to one expert. Skin cancer screening June 01, 2017By Bob KronemyerData-driven screening guidelines for skin cancer have been published electronically, in reaction to the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force’s 2016 draft recommendation statement on skin cancer screening.
4 tips to build a strong team June 01, 2017By Lisette HiltonOne dermatologist discusses four tips to help practices foster strong relationships in order to run smoothly and efficiently. Tips for buying or selling June 01, 2017By Lisette HiltonOne expert offers tips for dermatologists considering buying other practices or selling the practices they own Get to know your practice June 01, 2017By Lisette HiltonPerformance metrics are one way to take the guesswork out of physician group practice planning and decision making, according to one dermatologist.
How does sebum interact with airborne pollution?One of the current appearance issues receiving attention in the popular press is the effect of air pollution on the skin. Does dry shampoo work?Just as facial blotting papers are used to control facial sebum, dry shampoos are used to control scalp sebum. Make the Right Hire
June 01, 2017In June, our table highlights salaries, job descriptions and more information about physician assistants, nurse practitioners, registered nurses, vocational nurses and medical assistants. Click here for a copy of the table that offers a side-by-side comparison of these professions.