A simple injectable medicine can get rid of your spider veins for good.
A new sclerotherapy medicine is now shipping to doctors' offices throughout the US.
The obsession of Americans to look young drives demand for cosmetic surgery products. US cosmetic surgery products market is projected to reach $3.07 billion by 2012, while the cosmetic surgery procedures market is projected to reach $15.13 billion by 2012.
As the 2nd annual AboutFACE, The Art and Science of Using Injectable Agents and Energy-based Devices for Facial Aesthetic Enhancement approaches, Program Director, Dr. Steven Fagien is pleased to offer attendees the most extensive cutting edge meeting for aesthetic physicians. This two and one-half day interactive symposium will foster an open exchange of ideas and opportunities to learn through live injection and laser demonstrations, as well as skincare dispensing and practice enhancement workshops open to physicians and their staff.
How many uses are there for Radiesse? Dermatologists recently were given the opportunity to attend a special Radiesse training and lecture given by Nissan Pilest, MD, Board Certified Dermatologist in Irvine, Ca. Ther training and discussion covered the 10 cosmetic applications of Radiesse. Dr. Pilest is a selected Medical Education Faculty member for Bioform Medical, makers of Radiesse long term multi-application dermal filler.
There are plenty of options for those who aren't that keen on surgery. Fillers mimic youthful lips, straighten noses and pick up the sag from lost facial volume. Dr. Rebecca Fitzgerald shares some of the simple and effective ways of "trying on" a new look without a permanent commitment.
In a down economy, people still want to look their best and now they can do so with relatively little expense thanks to a wide variety of injectables. Whether it's just a slight wrinkle correction or a non-surgical facelift, there are options for every crease.
Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue.
Distinguished Aesthetics Expert, Sharon McQuillan, MD to Co-Chair Module II at upcoming conference in Orlando, April, 2009. The Aesthetic Anti-Aging Fellowship was created in recognition of the need to establish best practice standards in aesthetic medicine. The fellowship will enable medical professionals to learn the theory of aesthetic health and receive individualized hands-on training in these procedures.
THE Aesthetic Show has garnered broad industry support and surpassed previous levels of corporate sponsorship.
Dr. Brett Kotlus is the first cosmetic surgeon to use a combination of radiofrequency energy and tissue glue to lift the brow for facial rejuvenation. The result is a safer and less-invasive alternative to previous brow-lifting techniques.
THE Aesthetic Show will be held at the Mandalay Bay Resort in Las Vegas from May 30 - June 1, 2008 and features many of the industry's largest companies including Allergan, BioForm, Cutera, Cynosure, Mentor, Palomar, Syneron and Thermage