The American Academy of Dermatology (AAD) is holding their annual meeting this weekend in Miami. American Health & Beauty Editor Keith Veseleny is reporting from the event and gathering information for our exciting new round table series.
Working in conjunction with Aesthetic Trends and Technologies magazine, AHB is meeting with physicians from around the country to get their opinions of the various fractional resurfacing devices currently available. 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."
Fraxel won the American Health & Beauty Reader's Choice Award for being the number one fractional resurfacing procedure in 2009 and again this February. 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.
After the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgeons (AACS) meeting earlier this year, American Health & Beauty teamed up with ATnT to publish a very popular series of round table discussions with physicians regarding laser lipo procedures. "We aim to provide patients and the aesthetic community with a one stop site filled with information on the latest in the technology and art of beauty." says Veseleny.