Our latest Beauty Tech Review is examining the skin tightening technologies now available to patients looking for improvement without surgery.
A unique combination of laser therapies and facial fillers to offer patients a non-surgical option to turn back the clock 5-20 years.
Aesthetic procedures are becoming more mainstream for ethnic patients and physicians are responding to their varying needs.
Cryolipolysis: In a huge switch from the lasers which melt fat - CoolSculpting freezes it - and without surgery.
Application of cold is shown to shrink spot fat deposits.
The newest contender in the botulinum toxin type A arena, Xeomin joins BOTOX and Dysport as the battle against wrinkles and lines continues.
If you need to both improve skin discoloration and tighten skin, can you turn to fractional resurfacing alone?
The Fraxel family of devices offers the Fraxel re:pair for evening out skin tone and texture, as well as offering other benefits.
Smoothing out your skin and freeing it from cellulite is easier than ever before with this amazing new technology.
Shrinking your love handles is a dream we can all share. Zeltiq may be able to remove the fat by freezing it away.
A facial filler already FDA approved for lines and wrinkles around the nose and mouth, Restylane is now FDA approved to add volume to the lips as well.
For patients in their 30s who are beginning to see signs of aging or sun damage and would like to slow the aging process down, there is now a gentler laser treatment option: Clear + Brilliant Laser System.
Lumenis LightSheer Duet features a larger hand piece to increase speed and comfort of hair removal and the suction reduces pain commonly associated with laser hair removal.
Hyperhidrosis can be a problematic issue, but luckily there are several treatment options available.
The newest fractional laser from Syneron and Candela, the CO2RE can treat wrinkles and rejuvenate skin on the superficial and the deep level.
Fractional resurfacing treatments can improve the appearance of sun damage and remove pre-cancerous skin cells.
New Orleans will be host to the annual meeting of American Academy of Dermatology members this weekend.
Patients who want spot fat reduction without surgery have a newly FDA approved option with CoolSculpting from Zeltiq.
One of the exciting new treatments discussed at the Academy of American Dermatology (AAD) meeting this summer, Asclera is now FDA-approved for treating spider veins!
A well known New York dermatologist shares the details about the latest treatments to combat all of your skin problems, from wrinkles to sweating.