Fractional Resurfacing devices have exploded onto the aesthetics market. There is a lot of talk about which is best - Ablative or Non-Ablative, CO2 or Erbium or RF - and American Health & Beauty (AHB), in conjunction with Aesthetic Trends and Technologies magazine, is determined to get to the bottom of this debate. AHB will be in attendance at the American Academy of Dermatology's (AAD) annual meeting in Miami from March 6-March 9 and is searching for physicians interested in discussing their experiences with fractional resurfacing devices and the technology they use in their practice.
Fraxel won the 2009 Reader's Choice Award - Top 5 Fractional Resurfacing Procedures as the most popular on American Health & Beauty. Fractional resurfacing is in high demand because it provides results without the downtime and cost of traditional surgical procedures. Patients are opting more and more for non-surgical alternatives that keep them out of the operating, and recovery rooms.
AHB Editor Keith Veseleny says, "We want to learn first hand from the physicians who perform this procedure every day which device they prefer and why. It is not our intent to define one as better than the other, but rather to inform the public and medical community about the benefits each device offers."
Following the annual meeting of the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgeons (AACS), AHB published a very popular series of round table discussions with physicians regarding laser lipo procedures. "Patients now have a single place to go to learn not only what a procedure is, but how it is performed, and what the function of the individual device is," says Veseleny.
If you are attending AAD and would like to be considered for interview, please email us or call 713-354-9961, X1.