This week in aesthetics, we announce Aesthetic Authority’s Fall issue, “Balancing Act,” talk with Dr. Mary Lynn Moran about why we need women leaders in plastic surgery, and more.
This week in aesthetics, we announce Aesthetic Authority’s Fall issue, “Balancing Act,” Dr. Mary Lynn Moran discusses the importance of women leaders in plastic surgery, Dr. Jean Carruthers rethinks the neuromodulator paradigm, experts explain the science behind skincare for sensitive skin, Cheryl Whitman recommends researching trends and treatment demands in aesthetic medicine, and Sciton’s 2020 Virtual Summit donates ticket sales to The Few Initiative for Children.
In this Fall issue, we hear from several physicians who not only have adapted to practicing during the pandemic, but have also demonstrated that whether it's injectables, lasers, or surgery, it’s business as usual in many practices.
Dr. Mary Lynn Moran articulates why and how women in leadership positions can benefit the aesthetic specialty.
Dr. Jean Carruthers offers insight and guidance for looking beyond the obvious with neurotoxin research, evaluation, and population.
The problem of sensitive skin has risen dramatically in the last decade, highlighting the need for affordable, effective and scientifically formulated and tested products designed especially for people with sensitive skin.
This week, Cheryl Whitman recommends researching trends in aesthetic medicine and local treatment demand to enhance profit margins.
Sciton educates providers with its inaugural User Summit and gives back to a worthy cause “Because Results Matter.”