Skin of Color
The follicular unit extraction technique—itself an update of older transplantation methods—may be streamlined with a new computerized system.
David A. Berman, MD
BCCs are increasingly prevalent in older patients. While surgery remains the gold standard of treatment, existing and emerging therapies may enhance outcomes.
Ellen Marmur, MD
As the population ages, staying abreast of the latest developments in geriatric dermatology is critical.
Robert Norman, DO
From 3D imaging to photo analysis software, new options are available for use in the dermatology clinic.
Joseph Bikowski, MD
From social media to copywriting, assure strong ROI for Internet marketing.
By Joe Blahnik
From legislative initiatives and burgeoning research, new developments are shaping the future of atopic dermatitis care.
Ted Pigeon, Senior Associate Editor
A product formulator discusses the various types of facial peels currently on the market, their ingredients, and their risks and benefits.
Lawrence Samuels, MD
A new procedure may bridge the gap between superficial chemical peels and laser therapy.
Jeanine B. Downie, MD
Several times throughout the year, we'll highlight products, services, or companies that offer tools to help you run your practice more efficiently.
Here are five facts worth noting about older patients in the dermatology clinic.
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