Skin of Color
Alexandra Kinnie, Group Publisher
All aspects of your online presence contribute to your reputation. Here's how to build and protect your brand.
Naren Arulrajah with Vikas Vij
As technology continues to change how we practice and interact with patients/staff, clinicians must adjust to the shift, even if it means added frustration.
Joel Schlessinger, MD, FAAD
Requirements for patient involvement via portals may spell headaches for physicians hoping to qualify for government incentives in 2014.
Mark Kaufmann, MD, FAAD
The newest in research offers evidence for full-face rejuvenation with fillers and the possibility of longer storage times for botulinum toxins.
Clinicians in the US are on the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the range of available fillers.
Hassan I. Galadari, MD, FAAD
As new developments in technology provide a glimpse of the future, they also create new opportunities for clinicians and patients right now.
A Q&A with E. Victor Ross, MD, FAAD
With a range of treatment options available, clinicians can address multiple aspects of aging hands.
Paul Winnington, Editorial Director
Dispensing is a way to improve patient care, enhance outcomes, and increase practice revenue.
Steven Leon, MS, PA-C
Children with melanocytic nevi require proper counseling to discuss the risk for melanoma.
Kara N. Shah, MD, PhD
Patient education and continued treatment of underlying acne is essential to ensure optimal outcomes with PIH.
Joshua A. Zeichner, MD, FAAD
This unusual reaction was resolved with a switch to a Group C steroid.
Sarah Grim Hostetler, MD; Mark Bechtel, MD; and Matt Zirwas, MD
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October 2012 Cutaneous Oncology Today