This week in aesthetics, we highlight stem cells for wound healing, DermTok, and more.
This week in aesthetics, a clinical trial examines dual-wavelength laser for tattoo removal, experts discuss rare cryolipolysis complications, Jack Zamora, MD, details adipose-derived stem cells for regenerative wound healing, Alan J. Bauman, MD, ABHRS, FISHRS, highlights postpartum hair loss, a study explains hair aging in different races and ethnicities, experts talk the power of DermTok, and a pilot study investigates a comprehensive antioxidant treatment for male patients.
A trial investigated the safety and efficacy of a dual-wavelength laser for tattoo removal.
When used incorrectly or inaccurately, cryolipolysis can, in rare cases, result in SAEs including dysesthesia, pain, paradoxical adipose hyperplasia, skin blanching, vasovagal reactions, skin hyperpigmentation, contour irregularities, and nerve injuries.
In an Aesthetic Surgery Journal study, adipose-derived stem cells are examined in regard to their role in regenerative wound healing and how today’s regulatory environment is revolving around them.
Postpartum hair loss can cause acute emotional burden, according to Alan J. Bauman, MD, ABHRS, FISHRS, and physicians must be aware of the considerations needed for this patient group.
A patients’ race and cultural background may be a factor in how the hair ages, according to a study in the Journal of Clinical and Aesthetic Dermatology.
The app helps dermatologists and aesthetic physicians promote their practices, gain new clients, and share information.
A pilot study from the Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology investigated the efficacy and tolerability of a comprehensive antioxidant treatment for male patients seeking skin improvement.