In 2020, our readers were most interested in articles covering COVID-19 reopening protocols, Iraqi female physicians marrying cosmetic surgery with a respect of tradition and more.
In 2020, Aesthetic Authority’s most read articles include Dr. Randolph Waldman’s protocol for reopening during the pandemic, a novel facial filler technique, a study examining antihistamines for alopecia areata, Iraqi female physicians offering cosmetic surgery, an overview of four plasma devices, the boom of facial procedures during the pandemic, a review of Sciton’s Moxi, a study of microbotox on pore size, a discussion on supplements for hair health, and shared approaches to neck rejuvenation.
Dr. Randolph Waldman and his COVID-19 director have developed a protocol, shared here, for reopening his practice.
A recent study shows the advantages of a dermal filler injection protocol for optimal midface volume and lift.
A recent study examines the efficacy of antihistamines in combination with topical corticosteroids and superficial cryotherapy for the treatment of alopecia areata.
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.
Plasma is said to have the benefits of CO2 resurfacing with the safety profile of non-ablative laser treatments. Could it be the holy grail of nonsurgical skin tightening?
The pandemic has ushered in an unexpected rise in facial procedures, for the eyes and other areas of the face covered by a mask.
According to Dr. Jason Pozner, Sciton’s Moxi fills an important niche as an affordable photodamage treatment with minimal downtime.
Clinical data demonstrates the safety and efficacy of a single microbotox treatment for reducing facial pore size.
In part 2 of this 2-part series on nutraceuticals, Dr. Linkov discusses the role of supplements as a complementary treatment to PRP and the need for further studies examining ingredient relationships in marketed products.
Cosmetic surgeons share their approaches to neck rejuvenation.