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‘… in line with the guidance set down by several Professional Statutory Regulators (the General Medical Council and the General Dental Council and in accordance with guidance set down by the Royal...

Treating the cheeks with hyaluronic acid filler

Cheek augmentation is recommended when there is evidence of bony resorption...

A light-emitting diode and microneedling case study for a facial injury

A Silvery Blue light-emitting diode (LED) device and microneedling protocol was used to treat the patient..

Reflecting on acne scarring for Acne Awareness Month

Acne scarring can be prevented by switching off the inflammation with appropriate medical treatments. Patients with nodulocystic acne and skin of colour are at increased risk of scarring and should be...

Attitudes toward cosmetic procedures: a comparative study

This descriptive cross-sectional study aimed to compare attitudes toward cosmetic procedures in its applicants and non-applicants in Rafsanjan, Iran. The study population included all applicants...

RESEARCH ROUNDUP

It is still unclear as to why late-onset inflammatory adverse events sometimes occur following treatment with dermal fillers. It is suspected that these events may be a result of various factors,...

Burnout—not another mental health buzzword?

The term burnout actually originated in the 1970s when the American psychologist Herbert Freudenberger first coined the phrase when diagnosing the crippling exhaustion felt by medical professionals....

The importance of building (and maintaining) trust

‘People buy from people that they know, like and trust’—Bob Burg .

Premises standards

The original task and finish group for the premise standards agreed that self-certification of environments is not sufficient to ensure a safe clinical environment and premises should be regularly...

Your free revalidation toolkit

A free revalidation portfolio and CPD resource for nurses and midwives.

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Movers and takers: do not let secrets walk out the door

There are three general categories of confidential information: general skills and knowledge; confidential information (such as patient lists, financial information and marketing strategies); and...

Improving patients' skin quality using skin boosters in aesthetic practice

During the ageing process, there is a degradation and disorganisation of dermal fibres; collagenesis and elastogenesis are diminished and reduced glycosaminoglycans is observed. These processes result...

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A global approach to skin health and rejuvenation

Before employing any rejuvenation intervention, an in-depth aesthetic consultation must occur to gain a patient's history, discuss goals and create a treatment plan in accordance with their...

When two worlds collide

» As professionals, we must make sure that we take the time to remind ourselves of these guidelines from the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency, Advertising Standards Authority and...

Setting out a vision for strategic action: the next steps

The JCCP and CPSA are sister organisations. The CPSA is an expert group of clinical specialists, with patient/public representation, that prioritises experience, evidence and patient safety. It sets...

The basics of dermatologic ultrasonography for the aesthetic practitioner

The terms ‘ultrasound’ and ‘sonography’ tend to be used interchangeably. Ultrasound is a modality that uses acoustic energy or sound waves above the range of the human ear to create a two-dimensional...

Sharpening your storytelling ability

Joyce Carole Oates is an American writer who has published 58 novels to date and is a Pulitzer Prize finalist. She is a prolific and talented author who taught an undergraduate course on writing short...

A guide to mistaken payments

A mistaken payment is different from a fraudulent transaction, which is where a person or business is tricked into paying money to a criminal's account, rather than the genuine account that they...

Platelet-rich plasma: how safe is it, and can it cause irreversible blindness?

PRP is an autologous concentration of human platelets in a small volume of plasma that is developed from autologous blood. This means that it is inherently safe and defined as a sample of autologous...

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Facial aesthetic treatments in East Asian populations

Asian people make up the world's largest ethnic group. It is important to note that not all Asian populations are similar, nor do they all have identical face morphology, cultural beliefs or ideals of...

IMCAS World Congress 2022

This year, the scientific programme includes brand-new elements designed to help delegates refine their medical knowledge and treatment techniques in 2022. Some of the major focuses will be...

Dynamic muscle discord in the context of non-surgical lip enhancement

The mentalis muscle is a central muscle that is situated at the tip of the chin. In addition to raising the chin, the mentalis muscle elevates the lower lip and, when more strongly contracted, can...

RESEARCH ROUNDUP

The prevalence of diseases is of the utmost importance in planning health policies. There are currently no complete data on the prevalence of skin diseases across Europe..

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