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Facial splash without protection common among dermatology residents

May 17, 2017

A large percentage of surveyed dermatology residents reported facial splash by blood or other potentially infectious material during a procedure while not wearing facial protection, according to research published in Dermatologic Surgery.

“Although dermatology is a procedure-heavy field, there are little data on facial splash and protective practices,” Dorota Z. Korta, MD, PhD, of the dermatology department, UC Irvine Medical Center, Irvine, California, and colleagues wrote.

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Patients perceived as younger, more successful after undergoing facial rejuvenation surgery

May 16, 2017
Patients who underwent face-lift and upper facial rejuvenation surgery were perceived as younger, more attractive and more successful by observers, according to survey…
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Surgical algorithm may aid surgical treatment of involutional ptosis with normal levator function

May 10, 2017
A surgical algorithm involving a small incision to expose the levator aponeurosis was effective in terms of margin reflex distance-1 and surgical time in patients with…
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Thread lifting technique shows efficacy in facial rejuvenation in Asians

May 9, 2017
Thread lifting with absorbable short, wedge-shaped polydioxanone sutures showed safety and efficacy in facial rejuvenation in Asian patients, according to study results…
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Facial splash without protection common among dermatology residents

May 17, 2017
A large percentage of surveyed dermatology residents reported facial splash by blood or other potentially infectious material during a procedure…

In the Journals

Patients perceived as younger, more successful after undergoing facial rejuvenation surgery

May 16, 2017
Patients who underwent face-lift and upper facial rejuvenation surgery were perceived as younger, more attractive and more successful by observers…

In the Journals

Surgical algorithm may aid surgical treatment of involutional ptosis with normal levator function

May 10, 2017
A surgical algorithm involving a small incision to expose the levator aponeurosis was effective in terms of margin reflex distance-1 and surgical…

In the Journals

Thread lifting technique shows efficacy in facial rejuvenation in Asians

May 9, 2017
Thread lifting with absorbable short, wedge-shaped polydioxanone sutures showed safety and efficacy in facial rejuvenation in Asian patients…

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Storage of partially used hyaluronic acid carries some contamination risk

May 8, 2017
Storing partially used hyaluronic acid gel fillers after the initial patient injection carried a small risk of contamination, according to study…

Medifirst to acquire rights to Green Laser for aesthetic use

May 2, 2017
Medifirst Solutions announced it has agreed to acquire the exclusive licensing rights from Laser Lab Corp for its Green Laser for use in anti-aging…

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Low-fluence Q-switched laser shows efficacy in treating melasma, solar lentigo

May 1, 2017
Low-fluence Q-switched 1,064-nm neodymium:yttrium-aluminum-garnet laser achieved efficacy in treating melasma and smallplaque-type solar…

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Platelet-rich plasma injections show efficacy in facial skin biostimulation

April 27, 2017
Platelet-rich plasma poor in leukocytes demonstrated improvement in facial skin biostimulation, according to study results published in Dermatologic

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Botulinum toxin A shows efficacy in treating upper platysma area of lower face

April 27, 2017
Botulinum toxin A was effective at treating the upper platysma muscle area, showing that the area of the lower face can be safely modulated by…

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Each area of the lips has a different standard for appearing artificial

April 27, 2017
Each area of the lips carried a different standard for appearing treated or artificial, according to recent findings. The researchers evaluated the…

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