In case you missed it, this week we released our latest print issue, “Uncharted Territory,” discuss the inventiveness of two Iraqi female physicians in aesthetic medicine and more.
This week in aesthetics, Endo Aesthetics announce the FDA approval of injectable QWO for cellulite treatment, legal experts and physicians discuss liability during COVID-19, and we highlight threadlifts as “injectables.” In our summer print issue, “Uncharted Territory,” Dr. Randolph Waldman reflects on practicing during the pandemic, and Dr. Annalisa Calisti shares the story of two Iraqi female physicians who have created access for women to medicine and cosmetic surgery.
Endo Aesthetics announced the U.S. FDA approval of QWO for the first and only injectable treatment of moderate to severe cellulite of the buttocks in adult women
In May, we convened a panel of legal experts and respected physicians to discuss the legal landscape facing the private practice during COVID-19, including strategies for minimizing liability risk. Overwhelmingly, the panel agreed on several key points for avoiding legal landmines
It's a paradigm shift for the threadlift, which offers subtle tissue adjustment and biostimulation to generate natural results that last beyond the life of the threads themselves
The Summer issue of Aesthetic Authority offers cutting-edge treatment- and trend-related content, while also confronting current challenges affecting the specialty
In his latest editorial, Dr. Randolph Waldman reflects on practicing aesthetic medicine during the pandemic and paints a picture of hope for where the specialty goes from here
From pandemic concerns to cultural limitations, aesthetic physician Dr. Annalisa Calisti shares the story of two Iraqi female physicians who have created access for women to medicine and cosmetic surgery, all while respecting tradition.