Skin of Color
New advancements are driving demand for head-to-toe rejuvenation
Neal Bhatia, MD, Chief Medical Editor
How technology is changing the way we can collect data, provide services, and market opportunities to our patients.
Elmer Books, MBA
Patients travel the same steps to every practice. Here's how to get them to your door.
Naren Arulrajah with Vikas Vij
Six questions that can help potential users evaluate a product's value.
Michael Sherling, MD, MBA
The most successful practices treat formulas and strategies as loose parameters rather than hard-set rules to adhere to.
Tracy Drumm Weldon
Industry leaders share their predictions for what we will be talking about this year in aesthetic dermatology.
Insights from DermTube.com about the latest approaches to cosmetic dermatology.
Experts weigh in on today's non-invasive fat reduction techniques.
At a recent media event, experts from the Skin of Color Society addressed the growing demand for safe and effective cosmetic treatments for skin of color.
The media is quick to use the phrase “game changer” whenever a new body-contouring device or technique enters the fray. An expert weighs in.
Jeffrey S. Dover, MD, FRCPC
There is no FDA approved treatment for molluscum. A novel intervention may erradicate Molluscum with one treatment.
Jordan Hardesty and Sandra Marchese Johnson MD, FAAD
Against a backdrop of conflicting findings, a new study suggests a significant risk associated with melanoma during pregnancy.
Jonathan Wolfe, MD
American heart month—celebrated in February—calls attention to link between psoriasis and CV disease.
Tips for how to protect yourself from real-estate-related lawsuits.
Carole C. Foos, CPA and David B. Mandell, JD, MBA
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