Joseph Bikowski, MD, FAAD Chief Medical Editor
Practice-owning physicians should invest time and resources to ensure that staff convert inquiries to appointments.
Lee Bowser and Launa Hankins
This important question, facing many dermatology practices today, requires an exploration of several fundamental practice elements.
Matthew Zirwas, MD and Vicki Roberts, PA-C
Clinicians need to be aware of the full capabilities and benefits of available tools and how they can be used most efficiently.
Art Papier, MD
Advancements in wavelengths and vacuum-assisted suction are carving new avenues in the application of lasers and other devices in dermatology.
Here's a look at the market with a focus on tips for finding the right fit for your practice.
Todd Schlesinger, MD
The Pelleve device offers rapid treatment, no downtime, and reasonable costs for a notably refreshed appearance across a wide age group.
Glenn A. DeBias, DO
Using needles to deliver thermal energy beneath the skin's surface, this radiofrequency procedure is shown to stimulate collagenesis and new elastin.
A Q&A with Amy Forman Taub, MD
Harnessing the power of microwaves, a new device offers a patient-friendly option for the treatment of hyperhidrosis.
William P. Coleman, III, MD, W. Patrick Coleman IV, MD, and Kyle M. Coleman, MD
The Ulthera system is the only FDA-approved lifting procedure, suitable for targeting sagging skin of the face and neck.
Marguerite Germain, MD
Harrison Reed, PA-S and Katherine Wilkens, PA-C
Recent guidelines from the National Psoriasis Foundation point to new directions in research and therapy that will continue to shape psoriasis therapy.
Jerry Bagel, MD
Evidence indicates that fairly short courses of oral antibiotic therapy when paired with a proven topical regimen can establish long-term efficacy.
Lawrence F. Eichenfield, MD
Despite recent strides to improve awareness, much work remains to ensure the public is educated to practice the necessary behaviors to minimize skin cancer.
Ted Pigeon, Senior Associate Editor