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Survey reveals somewhat skewed perception of dermatologists
Dermatology Times
Responses to a recent survey indicate that the public's perception of what dermatologists actually do falls significantly short of reality. For example, the public believes dermatologists spend more time performing cosmetic procedures than they actually do. Here are other responses from the 800 adults surveyed by telephone.
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Online dermatology may work for eczema
WWSB-TV
A recent study finds virtual follow-up appointments work equally as well as office visits when it comes to treating eczema. Researchers say "teledermatology" has the potential to increase access to care and improve outcomes.
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Dermatologists' roles in combatting skin reactions from newer cancer agents
Dermatology Times
Toxicity from some of today's newer chemotherapeutic agents often emerges on the skin. Dermatologists play an important role in the management of these cutaneous effects and should work with oncologists to cure and prevent them, researchers reported in 2012 in the European Medical Journal Dermatology.
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New program educates consumers on proper training for providing cosmetic injectable treatments
Modern Aesthetics
The ExpertInjector Program, which was created by NewBeauty magazine and recently endorsed by the American Society for Dermatology Surgery, is designed to help consumers identify and choose an injector based on credentials. Physicians with the ExpertInjector designation are board-certified dermatologists, plastic surgeons, facial plastic surgeons or oculoplastic surgeons who have demonstrated extreme due diligence regarding patient safety, reliable results and consumer education.
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Study: Botox and fillers are very safe
LiveScience
Cosmetic procedures, such as Botox, facial fillers and laser skin treatments are very safe, and have a very low rate of minor side effects, a new study suggests.
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Understanding how hyaluronic acid dermal fillers work
HealthNewsDigest.com
Fillers have been used for decades to help fill in facial wrinkles. In the past, bovine collagen was commonly used, although it was very temporary and required a skin allergy test. Today, hyaluronic acid fillers have become the norm. Injectable fillers are now one of the most popular anti-aging treatments and they help counteract signs of facial aging like wrinkles, which are caused by underlying tissue breaking down due to age, gravity, diet, genetics, sun damage and facial movement.
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Noninvasive, minimally invasive cosmetic procedures offer low risk of adverse events
Healio
In a study of 20,399 noninvasive and minimally invasive cosmetic dermatologic procedures, researchers found that adverse events occurred in less than 1 percent of patients when the procedures were performed by experienced, board-certified dermatologists.
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FDA clears PicoWay picosecond laser for tattoo removal
Healio
Syneron Medical announced that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has granted 510(k) clearance of the PicoWay picosecond device for the removal of tattoos.
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Cosmetic camouflage improves quality of life in children with skin conditions
MedEsthetics
In a study published in the November issue of Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology, researchers Dr. Michele L. Ramien, et al, assessed the impact of cosmetic camouflage on the quality of life of pediatric patients with visible skin conditions. A total of 38 patients were taught to use cosmetic camouflage, specially formulated makeup that is durable, opaque and able to cover scarred or diseased skin.
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Study: Botox injections may have negative emotional affect on young people
Skin Inc.
Botox injections that induce temporary paralysis of muscles in the upper face could stop young people seeking this treatment from learning how to express emotions fully, according to a study.
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Top 4 steps to guarantee a safe cosmetic procedure
RealSelf
Every day we read stories on RealSelf about cosmetic procedures that transform people's lives: Women who've undergone massive weight loss procedures to finally get healthy for the first time in years; mothers who've regained their confidence after spending the last two decades focused on their kids; and breast cancer survivors who've reclaimed their curves through breast reconstruction following a mastectomy. On the medical side, there's also the amazing philanthropic work our doctors do, traveling all around the globe providing free healthcare to those in need.
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TRENDING ARTICLES
Missed last week's issue? See which articles your colleagues read most.

    Dermatologists spill on the anti-aging products they use themselves (Allure)
Tighten your face without surgery (WJXT-TV)
Wash your face with oil? (Everyday Health)
Cure acne scarring with new FDA-approved laser (Hollywood Life)
Study: Public misinformed about dermatology, especially cosmetic procedures (HealthDay News via MPR)

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Why facial surgeons make synergistic use of injectable fillers, neurotoxins
Aesthetics News Today
Facial plastic surgeons are leading the charge when it comes to layering soft tissue fillers and neurotoxins to achieve the best possible results with these injectables — both as an adjunct to surgery and as a method for patients to maintain a youthful appearance and delay going under the knife.
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The Legal and Ethical Implications of Working in Med Spas

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This webinar will focus on the role of skin care specialists in med spas. Our experienced lawyers will provide an overview of the med spa business, discussing how to succeed in this industry while working legally and ethically within the confines of federal and state laws. This webinar is ideal for estheticians, cosmetologists and skin care specialists.

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