The use of the drug delivery system combined with topical rapamycin improves the results of pulsed dye laser (PDL) treatment for port wine stains and can reduce the total number of necessary PDL sessions, with no remarkable adverse events.
Researchers sought to determine a protocol for using plasma technology to treat signs of aging in the periorbital region.
After only 2 treatments, more than three-quarters of patients treated with the Nd:YAG laser for cutaneous vessels on the face and the legs showed excellent improvement.
This is the first known case of methylmercury poisoning in the United States in nearly 50 years.
Use of the Diode laser effectively resulted in improvement in pigmentation and wrinkles while maintaining a high safety profile with limited down time.
Postoperative antibiotic prescriptions are associated with reduced rates of infections after facial plastic surgery.
Because of the significant improvement seen, the study investigators suggest intradermal PRP injection could be an alternative or adjuvant therapy for melasma.
A unique retinol peel and homecare regimen provided clinical improvements to patients of all skin types with aging, acne, and hyperpigmentation concerns.
Users of some social media platforms and photo editing have lower self-esteem and increased acceptance of cosmetic surgery.
Investigators sought to determine whether a silicone-based topical scar cream that incorporates selective growth factors can help lower the frequency of postoperative cicatricial and hypertrophic changes in upper eyelid blepharoplasty incisions.