Aesthetics
Bringing you all the latests trends and enhancement procedures and issues in the world of Aesthetic Dermatology.
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Source: Thailand Medical News  Feb 17, 2019
Multiple therapies involving ablative and nonablative techniques have been developed for rejuvenation of photodamaged skin. Monopolar radiofrequency (RF) is emerging as a gentler, nonablative skin-tightening device that delivers uniform heat to the dermis at a controlled depth.   In a recent study done by Dr Moetaz El-Domyati, Head of Dermatologists at Minia University, Egypt in collaborati...
Source: Thailand Medical News  Feb 06, 2019
Fat is complicated. It's stubborn, demonized, praised, misunderstood. As the recent wave of body positive conversations has helped to scratch at, everyone's relationship with fat is different. One thing that has remained fairly consistent is a cultural obsession with mastering fat — whether that means embracing it, or erasing it. As far as the latter is concerned, plastic surgery ha...
Source: NYU Langone Health, New York  Jan 23, 2019
Most studies evaluating platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injection for facial rejuvenation and other cosmetic procedures have reported positive results, according to a critical review in the publication: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, the official medical journal of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS). PRP Injections are reportedly the latests trends of 2019 for Aesthetic Clinics a...
Source: Thailand Medical News  Jan 01, 2019
A company is in Houston, Texas is introducing new acoustic shockwave technology for quicker laser tattoo removal. What’s more, the new device also shows potential in aesthetics market for cellulite and fat removal. The patented Rapid Acoustic Pulse (RAP) device by Soliton Inc, uses acoustic shockwaves that accelerated the speed of tattoo removal when used with lasers, delivering results i...
Source: journal of the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery  Dec 07, 2018
The topical retinoid tazarotene could be an efficacious and practical alternative to microneedling for treating atrophic postacne scarring, according to a new study. In a prospective, randomized, split-face study of adults with postacne scarring, both treatments resulted in similar efficacy after 6 months, reported T.P. Afra, MD, and associates from the department of dermatology, venereo...