NONSURGICAL

Addressing the labiomental creaseAccording to Dr. Sheila Barbarino, filling the deep groove below the lip goes a long way in the overall result for facial rejuvenation.
Adding new non-surgical devices to your practiceThinking about adding a new treatment device to your cosmetic practice? Dana Fox offers strategic advice for how you can ensure financial success.
Wrinkles and acne: What device works best?Dr. Robert Troell examines device and post-treatment options and provides a step-by-step skin resurfacing treatment protocol.
Galderma launches two new dermal fillersGalderma receives FDA approval for Restylane Refyne and Defyne, two next-generation HA fillers.
Rapamycin may slow agingUsed as a transplant rejection inhibitor, therapy for renal cell carcinoma and as a stent coating, the rapamycin compound may also increase lifespan.
Toxin vs toxin: How do you choose?Botox, Dysport and Xeomin may share similarities, but several factors can affect the best way to choose which is best for your individual patients.
An authentic picture of the aging faceThink you know your way around the aging face? Think again. New research challenges assumptions about how the face changes over time.
Cost-effective correction of mid-face volume lossResearchers examine the practical application of a significantly lower dose of HA for midface volume correction compared with that used in pivotal trials.
Measuring nonsurgical fat reductionResearchers offer a reproducible solution to quantify nonsurgical fat reduction results.
ABCs and 123s of ona-, abo- and incobotulinumtoxinA
ABCs and 123s of ona-, abo- and incobotulinumtoxinAA recently published stepwise approach to treating wrinkles provides a template for achieving safe, effective results with FDA-approved neurotoxins.

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