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Friday, June 22, 2018 - 09:54
Patients with facial telangiectasia who receive topical brimonidine following IPL treatment experience less postprocedure erythema with no reduction in efficacy. Anne‐Cathrine E. Vissing, Christine Dierickx, Katrine E. Karmisholt and Merete Haedersdal of Denmark, performed a randomized, two-center, single-blinded, split-face trial on 19 patients with facial telangiectasia. The patients were treated with adjuvant brimonidine and air‐cooling on one side of the face and air‐cooling alone (control) on the other.
https://www.medestheticsmag.com/topical-brimonidine-following-ipl-offers-same-efficacy-less-erythema
Friday, June 22, 2018 - 09:54
Patients with facial telangiectasia who receive topical brimonidine following IPL treatment experience less postprocedure erythema with no reduction in efficacy. Anne‐Cathrine E. Vissing, Christine Dierickx, Katrine E. Karmisholt and Merete Haedersdal of Denmark, performed a randomized, two-center, single-blinded, split-face trial on 19 patients with facial telangiectasia. The patients were treated with adjuvant brimonidine and air‐cooling on one side of the face and air‐cooling alone (control) on the other.
https://www.medestheticsmag.com/topical-brimonidine-following-ipl-offers-same-efficacy-less-erythema
Friday, June 22, 2018 - 09:51
Plastic surgery practices that take part in insurance carrier-provided malpractice training courses and offer procedure-specific patient education brochures are less likely to be sued for medical malpractice, according to a recent study published in Aesthetic Surgery (July 2018).
https://www.medestheticsmag.com/two-things-reduce-medical-malpractice-claims-plastic-surgery

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Friday, June 22, 2018 - 09:51
Plastic surgery practices that take part in insurance carrier-provided malpractice training courses and offer procedure-specific patient education brochures are less likely to be sued for medical malpractice, according to a recent study published in Aesthetic Surgery (July 2018).
https://www.medestheticsmag.com/two-things-reduce-medical-malpractice-claims-plastic-surgery
Friday, June 22, 2018 - 09:48
The American Healthcare Documentation Professionals Group (AHDPG) has launched two new medical scribe specialty training courses: Medical Scribe Training for Cardiology and Medical Scribe Training for Dermatology. The company reports that these are the first two courses of what will eventually be a series of approximately 15 to 17 courses in its Medical Scribe Specialty Training Series.
https://www.medestheticsmag.com/dermatology-medical-scribe-training-now-available
Friday, June 22, 2018 - 09:48
The American Healthcare Documentation Professionals Group (AHDPG) has launched two new medical scribe specialty training courses: Medical Scribe Training for Cardiology and Medical Scribe Training for Dermatology. The company reports that these are the first two courses of what will eventually be a series of approximately 15 to 17 courses in its Medical Scribe Specialty Training Series.
https://www.medestheticsmag.com/dermatology-medical-scribe-training-now-available

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Sunday, February 17, 2013 - 23:28
After viewing swatches of fabric for the Emerson runway show, Orly nail lead Miss Pop knew she wanted to create a nail that exuded the same edgy, sexy appeal as the clothing. “I wanted nails that would show skin,” she laughs. “So, I came up with this lace design, but it’s not your momma’s lace.” To evoke the naughty appearance of lace over bare skin, Miss Pop first polishes nails in two coats of Orly Nail Lacquer Pure Porecelain, a flesh-tone, opaque nude that she says “is not at all streaky.”For her lace detailing, she’s drawing thee diagonal lines from left to right using Orly Nail Lacquer...
http://www.nailitmag.com/?q=nail-art-how-to/nyfw-nails-nail-art-new-york-fashion-week-nails-emerson-lace-nail-art-orly/nailed-it
Thursday, February 14, 2013 - 14:16
Deck:  SkinMedica teams with the MGH Cutaneous Biology Research Center to search for natural extracts that can safely and effectively modulate melanin production and deposition. Byline:  By Linda W. Lewis Main Image:  “It’s a bit like looking for a needle in a haystack,” says David Fisher, MD, PhD, chief of the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) Department of Dermatology and director of the MGH...
http://www.medestheticsmagazine.com/looking-high-and-low
Thursday, February 14, 2013 - 14:16
Deck:  SkinMedica teams with the MGH Cutaneous Biology Research Center to search for natural extracts that can safely and effectively modulate melanin production and deposition. Byline:  By Linda W. Lewis Main Image:  “It’s a bit like looking for a needle in a haystack,” says David Fisher, MD, PhD, chief of the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) Department of Dermatology and director of the MGH...
http://medestheticsmag.com/looking-high-and-low

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