Explore the latest in non-surgical cosmetic medicine, including advances in using injectables, fillers, and skin resurfacing for aesthetic outcomes.
This Surgical Pearl presents the technique for use of 2 types of percutaneous radiofrequency devices to deliver electrothermal energy into the hypodermal skin layers of the face and neck.
This report of cases describes the use of picosecond laser to treat acquired bilateral nevus of Ota–like macules.
This survey study explores whether a single exposure of adult patients in a waiting room to an app that approximates facial UV damage may lead to altered UV protection behavior.
This multicenter observational study assesses the importance of self-reported factors that motivate patients to undergo minimally invasive cosmetic surgical procedures.
This experimental animal study examines the association of ophthalmic complications with the injection of autologous fat, fat lipid, fat granule, or normal saline into the facial artery of rabbits.
This case report describes a loss of vision in a woman after use of hyaluronic acid filler injections.
A healthy 24-year-old woman received dermal calcium hydroxylapatite filler injection for nasal bridge augmentation.
This cross-sectional review used the US Food and Drug Administration’s manufacturer and user facility device experience database to evaluate for complications from the use of soft-tissue fillers.
This Viewpoint outlines goals of the proposed Personal Care Products Safety Act, a response to the problems associated with the current regulatory approach to cosmetics and personal care products in the United States.
This pilot study assesses the association of a 20-week facial exercise program with the facial appearance of middle-aged women.
This case series report evaluates the use of onabotulinumtoxinA for improving chin aesthetics in patients with an underprojected bony chin and a high-riding hyperactive mentalis muscle.
This report describes treatment used to improve focal dermal hypoplasia by using ablative fractional laser resurfacing and characterizes the specific ratio of collagen types associated with observed clinical changes in a patient with Goltz syndrome.
This survey study examines whether face-lift and upper facial rejuvenation surgery improve observer ratings of age, attractiveness, success, and health.
This systematic review analyzes the evidence behind the medical dictum prohibiting procedural interventions in the setting of isotretinoin therapy.
This study examined 50 years of facial images of fashion models to determine a trend toward fuller lips.
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