This Week in Aesthetics: November 16-20

November 20, 2020
Katie Hobbins

This week in aesthetics, we highlight exosomes, the surgical vs. nonsurgical skin tightening debate, and more.

This week in aesthetics, Dr. Stephen Perkins explains dry eye syndrome post-blepharoplasty, Dr. Gregory Chernoff provides an update on exosomes, Cheryl Whitman talks patient loyalty programs, Dr. Mark Hamilton highlights nonsurgical skin tightening techniques, Dr. Michael Kluska reviews InMode’s Bodytite, and Dr. Michael Somenek discusses how to deliver the ultimate jawline.

Post-Bleph Dry Eye Syndrome

Dr. Stephen Perkins explains the incidence and treatment of dry eye syndrome and chemosis in patients post-blepharoplasty.

An Update on Exosomes

According to Dr. Gregory Chernoff, exosomes have a powerful role to play in aesthetic medicine, including fibroblast stimulation, wound angiogenesis, collagen extracellular matrix production, inflammation/immune response, hair follicle growth, and dermal papilla cell regeneration.

Business Tip of the Week: Patient Loyalty is Golden

This week, Cheryl Whitman highlights the benefits of patient loyalty programs as a less expensive option to retain existing patients and create advocates for the practice.

Surgical vs. Nonsurgical Skin Tightening

Demand for facelift-like skin tightening results with nonsurgical treatments continues to grow… Are we there yet?

Device Review: Bodytite

In this monthly technology review, Dr. Michael Kluska examines Bodytite by InMode, including device overview, cost, ROI, patient perceptions, and candidate considerations.

Achieving the Ultimate Jawline

Dr. Michael Somenek discusses different treatment areas for achieving the ultimate jawline.