Consensus and Misconceptions Regarding the Aesthetic Skin of Color Consumer
JDD Podcast
by Angela Hou, MD on
Each month the JDD Podcast discusses a current issue in dermatology. During the month of September, podcast host Dr. Adam Friedman sat down with Dr. Andrew Alexis, Chair of Dermatology at Mt. Sinai St. Lukes and Mount Sinai West to discuss misconceptions regarding the aesthetic skin of color consumer. Dr. Angela Hou, PGY-3 dermatology resident at George Washington University School of Medicine …
JDD September Issue Highlights
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Here are the highlights from the September issue of JDD!   For African American women, concerns about facial aging may be more about pigmentary concerns and shifts in underlying soft tissue volume in Understanding the Female African American Facial Aesthetic Patient.     Authors evaluate long-term safety and efficacy of ATX-101 for submental fat reduction in ATX-101 (Deoxycholic Ac …
Ask the Expert: Dr. Joshua Zeichner on Cosmetic Dermatology
Dr. Zeichner
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During the month of September, Next Steps in Derm Ask the Expert segment gives you access to Dr. Joshua Zeichner, Director of Cosmetic and Clinical Research in Dermatology at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City.  Dr. Zeichner is one of the country's key opinion leaders in treating acne and is an expert in cosmeceuticals and skin care. If you have questions for Dr. Zeichner on any of his area …
The Millennial Mindset
The Millennial Mindset
by Noëlle S. Sherber MD FAAD on
Millennials represent a significant segment of the dermatology patient base and understanding how best to communicate with the individuals who comprise this singular collective is key to delivering the best quality and experience of care in a medical or aesthetic practice. Prior to this publication, a search of PubMed.gov yielded no studies relating to the behaviors of millennial patients, and s …
Treating the Young Aesthetic Patient: Evidence-Based Recommendations
Aging through the decades
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Recent speculation has indicated that it is rarely too early to begin aesthetic treatments.1 The growing demand for anti-aging in younger populations requires thoughtful and age-appropriate counseling for delivering preventions and interventions. The physiologic, age-related changes that occur with each decade of life may serve as a blueprint for when to start cosmetic treatments. Under 20 Phot …