Aesthetics

Facial Anatomy: Pearls from a Master Injector
Facial Anatomy
by Nikhil Shyam, MD on
Dr. Susan Weinkle, an expert in the field of aesthetic and surgical dermatology, shares important anatomical concepts to consider when using neurotoxins and fillers safely. The face can be split into 3 zones – the upper 1/3rd, the middle 1/3rd and the lower 1/3rd. Knowing the important vessels and nerves in each zone as well as their corresponding depth in the skin is crucial in order to mini …
JDD January Issue Highlights and Editor Picks
JDD January issue
by NEXT STEPS IN DERM TEAM on
Below are the issue highlights and Editor Picks for the January issue of JDD! Final Data From the Condition of Submental Fullness and Treatment Outcomes Registry (CONTOUR) provides insights into the treatment of submental fat in clinical practice. Tretinoin 0.05% lotion provides an alternative solution in Novel Tretinoin 0.05% Lotion for the Once-Daily Treatment of Moderate-to-Severe Acne …
Special Focus: Aesthetics – JDD September issue
Aesthetics Special Focus September JDD
by NEXT STEPS IN DERM TEAM on
Have you received your September JDD issue yet?  The Special Focus of this month's issue is Aesthetics.  Below are the highlights for the September issue! Highlights: Topical EGF is a safe, noninvasive, and effective in A Randomized, Double- Blind, Placebo-Controlled, Split-Face Study of the Efficacy of Topical Epidermal Growth Factor for the Treatment of Melasma. The fourth in a ser …
Microbiome Skin-Gut-Brain Axis and Vibrational Cosmetics
Kavita Beri Microbiome Skin Brain Gut Axis resized
by Angelo Landriscina, MD on
An interview with Dr. Kavita Beri The microbiome is a hot topic of research, and we are beginning to see new studies exploring how commensal organisms may have a positive impact when it comes to skin disease and cosmetics. Dr. Kavita Beri, a physician focusing on aesthetics, has written several interesting review articles highlighting the role of harnessing the microbiome …
Up and Close with Dr. Perez – A Fascinating New Study on the Aging Process Across Ethnic Variations
by George Han, MD on
There are clearly differences in the aging process among various ethnic skin types but until now, we have only had an overall idea that these disparities exist. Now, for the first time, results of a scientific evaluation underwritten by Procter & Gamble Co. show that these phenotypic differences actually have a pathophysiologic and histologic basis. Dr. George Han had the pleasure of i …