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Practical Applications of Lasers and Energy-Based Modalities in Skin of Color
lasers for skin of color
by Jacqueline McKesey, MD MS on
The title of today’s broadcast: Practical Applications of Lasers and Energy-Based Modalities in Skin of Color. That is a mouth-full to basically tell us that we are getting the best tips to treat refractory medical and aesthetically-concerning conditions from 3 of dermatology’s foremost experts in skin of color: Dr. Eliot Battle, Dr. Cheryl Burgess, and Dr. Andrew Alexis. WOW! We were in fo …
Adverse Events of Cosmetic Procedures in Skin of Color
COSMETIC PROCEDURES IN SKIN OF COLOR
by Cula N. Dautriche, MD, PhD on
Nowadays, a growing proportion of skin of color patients is undergoing cosmetic procedures. While we have reached the time where most of these procedures are effective in skin of color, they are not a one size fit all. Due to inherent differences in skin type, cosmetic procedures warrant a more conservative approach not only for clinically desirable but also for safe outcomes. At the Skin of Color …
Platelet Rich Plasma: “The Process Is The Product”
PRP
by Yumeng Marina Li, MD on
Platelet-rich plasma or PRP, derived from the patient’s own blood, is considered by many to be an all-natural, safe product with rejuvenation properties. Here, we discuss what exactly is PRP, the qualities that would make an ideal PRP extraction system, and the work that lies ahead to standardize current treatment protocols. Dr. Terrence Keaney led a lecture on platelet-rich plasma (PRP) at t …
Patient Buzz Series: Dermatology Post-Quarantine
SKIN POST-QUARANTINE
by Allison Sit on
EPI Health has graciously supported the COVID-19 News and Resource Center. As states begin easing restrictions, this month’s Patient Buzz includes several articles on how to care for the skin post-quarantine. Are mask-off injectable treatments safe for patients and providers? What skin, hair and nail concerns need an in-person visit, and what can be addressed virtually? How will COVID-19 for …
Patient Buzz Series: Situational Cleansing and Aquagenic Urticaria
by Allison Sit on
This month’s edition of our Patient Buzz series includes articles on treating acne, situational cleansing, and aquagenic urticaria just to name a few. Be prepared for your patients’ questions about acne and other dermatologic conditions by perusing this list of skin, hair and nail articles from the consumer press: Allure: Pimple Popper’s acne prevention tips Allure: Guide t …