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Growing array of fillers expands options for facial rejuvenation
Dermatology Times
Injectable fillers are used in a variety of ways to improve the appearance of the aging face. However, because not all fillers are alike, it is important for dermatologic surgeons to understand the features and benefits of each product in order to optimize its clinical use, says Dr. W. Philip Werschler. Recently, the armamentarium of injectable fillers was expanded by the Food and Drug Administration's approval of a novel hyaluronic acid gel product that holds the distinction of being the first filler indicated for correcting age-related midface volume loss. Werschler discussed this new filler option and other developments at the MauiDerm 2014 meeting.
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Why some may be more susceptible to developing melanoma
Skin Inc.
A new study by University of Kentucky researchers shows how a genetic defect in a specific hormonal pathway may make people more susceptible to developing melanoma, the deadliest type of skin cancer. Fair-skinned people who tend to burn — rather than tan — from sun exposure have a much higher risk for melanoma than darker-skinned people.
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Subcutaneous bumps a bacterial consequence of fillers
Dermatology Times
Fillers injected to enhance beauty have an ugly side effect, which is tricky — at best — to prevent and treat, according to a study published recently. In the study, published in Pathogens and Disease, researchers at the University of Copenhagen used a mouse model to learn more about how and why subcutaneous lumps sometimes form at the injection site, immediately or even years after injections with popular filler products
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New eczema drug shows promise in early trials
The Jewish Voice
A new drug that scientists hope will relieve the debilitating itching of chronic eczema has shown promising results in early trials. Dupilumab, which is injected, interferes with the activity of two key proteins that play a critical role in the inflammatory processes that fuel eczema. The drug has not been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration yet, and the current research was preliminary.
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Tattoo removal surges 440 percent over the last decade
MarketWatch
Actress Melanie Griffith is going through a painful divorce. But the removal of her tattoo with the first name of her husband Antonio Banderas may be almost as painful. And she's not alone. Revenue for tattoo removals has surged 440 percent to an estimated $75.5 million over the last decade.
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Acne app takes telemedicine to new level
MedPage Today
In 2013, a dermatologist in New Mexico realized that he could do something for patients with acne, many his own, who had to wait weeks and drive for hours to be evaluated and treated. That something is a Web application, PocketDerm, founded by Drs. David Lortscher and Nancy Satur. Using the app, patients send in pictures of their acne and receive a diagnosis from a licensed dermatologist. Prescriptions come through the mail.
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Secukinumab found effective in treating psoriasis
Dermatology Times
The results of two large phase three clinical trials suggest that the drug secukinumab is a remarkably effective treatment for moderate-to-severe plaque psoriasis. Secukinumab is a laboratory-engineered antibody that targets interleukin-17A, a pro-inflammatory protein linked to psoriasis.
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Light therapy for home use catches on
The New York Times
In January, Jill Addeo, 49, visited the New York City office of Dr. Z. Paul Lorenc, a plastic surgeon, seeking to reduce her hyperpigmentation and wrinkles from sun damage and aging. As it happened, Lorenc was testing an over-the-counter device called IlluMask; he is the chief medical and scientific officer for its manufacturer. While the science is inconclusive, the device promised to rejuvenate aging skin using LED lights.
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Reduce pain during procedures
MedEsthetics
Pain — and the fear of pain — is one of the key factors that discourages patients from undergoing injectable and laser treatments. But there are several steps physicians can take to reduce pain during noninvasive cosmetic treatments.
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Role of the dermatologist in diagnosing, managing advanced basal cell carcinoma
Dermatology Times
Advanced basal cell carcinoma is a term whose frequency of usage has increased recently, in part, due to the introduction of the Hedgehog pathway inhibitor, vismodegib. Advanced basal cell carcinoma is comprised of two subtypes of BCC associated with significant morbidity and mortality, locally advanced BCC and metastatic BCC. Some estimates suggest that more than 3,000 deaths may be associated with advanced BCC each year in the United States. Given that most of the advanced BCC that the practicing dermatologist will encounter are not metastatic BCC, this article will focus on the diagnosis and management of laBCC by dermatologists.
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Teledermatology fraught with liability issues
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Dr. Cali, a practicing dermatologist in California, has spent the last several years looking for new revenues sources. Four years ago, he received a photo from Kentucky of a classic blue nevus. He told the patient the lesion was nothing to worry about. It turned out he was wrong.

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Would you get Botox if kids thought you looked angry all the time?
RealSelf
Despite Botox's popularity and widened use among women of all demographics, you might be surprised to find out that treatments are on the rise among women who take care of kids all day. These days, it's easier than ever to get the star treatment thanks to simple procedures becoming more accessible

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YouTube helping dermatologists connect directly with public
NDTV
YouTube is not just helping people watch latest football World Cup highlights, it also has become a popular ground for researchers, journals and health advocates to connect directly with the public. A new study queried YouTube for search terms related to dermatology.

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Susanne S. Warfield, President/CEO of Paramedical Consultants, Inc. (www.PCIJournal.com) Official Publication of the Society of Dermatology SkinCare Specialists. Warfield has more than 33 years' experience, is a leading expert on business, legal and liability issues that affect physician and esthetician relationships. She has authored more than 450 articles and 15 books for the consumer, medical and skin care sectors. She is the recipient of the prestigious Crystal Award for Life Achievement by Les Nouvelles Esthétiques & Spa.More

                    



 

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