Microfocused ultrasound with visualization and diluted calcium hydroxylapatite improves moderate-to-severe lines on the neck and/or décolletage.
After identifying the most common side effects of injectable fillers, researchers found that most cases of adverse events stemmed from cheeks and lip injections.
Once-daily capsules containing a combination of minoxidil and spironolactone appear to be safe and effective for the treatment of female pattern hair loss.
Injectable silicone is not approved for body enhancement use and can cause serious complications, including scarring and permanent disfigurement, embolism, stroke, and death.
Patients received 6 sessions of laser on the left side of the face and alternating laser and modified Jessner's on the right side.
Outcomes were measured using the Patient and Observer Scar Assessment Scale to measure both aesthetic and functional outcomes.
The researchers found that all treated and control sites healed within a week, without scarring evident at 28 days. At 28 days there was significant shrinkage with laser treatment combined with compressive wound closure compared with untreated control sites.
A study evaluated whether the addition of polidocanol to hypertonic glucose improved the treatment of lower limb reticular veins.
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