Treatments, Equipment and Product Lines

Addressing the Age Old Concern of Aging
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by Dr. Autumn Starnes on
In the initial mental construct of the practice I was most concerned that I would not have enough patients to remain open.  The focus in the initial steps of the practice were staff, and location.  We had to review EMR and Practice Management systems, computers, tablets, network and internet access.  The other systems in the practice were phones, and the logistics of staff responsibilities and …
JDD August Highlights – Special Focus: Psoriasis
by NEXT STEPS IN DERM TEAM on
Catch up on your JDD reading with highlights from the August issue, Special Focus: Psoriasis. Strober, Bagel, and Lebwohl et al present Efficacy and Safety of Apremilast in Patients With Moderate Plaque Psoriasis With Lower BSA: Week 16 Results from the UNVEIL Study   READ NOW The Static Physician’s Global Assessment of Genitalia: A Clinical Outcome Measure for the Severity of Genital Ps …
August JDD Podcast: Go Superpotent or Go Home
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by Next Steps In Derm Team on
Go superpotent or go home.  The utility and safety of Class 1 topical steroids. Dr. Tina Bhutani and Dr. Adam Friedman In this edition of the JDD Podcast, Ask the Investigator, host Dr. Adam Friedman digs deep with UCSF Assistant Professor of Dermatology Dr. Tina Bhutani to powerlift the most up to date safety data on Class 1 superpotent topical steroids from her study entitled "Update on the …
Dear Derm Authority: Laser Therapy Pre-treatment
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by Dr. Luis Soro on
Q:  Do you often do pre-treatment with topical medications before the laser therapy, especially when you treat darker skin types? I heard that it is better to use retinoid + hydroquinone for 6 weeks before the laser treatment because lightning of dark color background will minimize the risk of burn. A: Practicing in South Florida, I see many patients with darker skin types seeking laser treatm …
What is Memory Age – and Why is it Important?
by Lovely Laban, GNP-C MSN on
I spend a lot of time thinking about aging. During and after receiving my Masters of Nursing in Gerontology – the study of aging and its effects – I spent years studying the human struggle with the natural signs of aging and what we could do to slow the hands of time. Our tools back then were largely restricted to lifestyle changes proven to increase longevity – healthy eating, exercise and …