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Leading with the chin: facial rejuvenation of the lower third

Anatomically, the chin, or ‘Mentum’, is defined as the frontal portion of the mandible, which is the anatomical line of fusion between the two embryologically distinct halves of the mandible...

The transformative power of gender-affirming healthcare: recommendations for effective treatment

Aesthetic interventions, whether surgical or not, are said to be an important step in the treatment of gender dysphoria in transitioning individuals, with the overarching treatment goal being lasting...

The safety of tear trough deformity treatment: an overview

As aforementioned, the unmasking of the tear trough and lid–cheek junction is related to soft tissue volume deflation with age.

Are you attending Menopause in Aesthetics 2024?

With new content and an expert speaker line-up, MiA 2024 will arm you with everything you need to know about successfully integrating menopause support into your clinic. With the UK menopause...

Ptosis: why is it important and what can it tell you?

There are several causes of ptosis (Bowling, 2016). Lifting of the lid is an intricate process and by understanding the pathology the complexity of this function can be fully appreciated..

The ‘mini fan’ and ‘simple interrupted thread’ techniques: a novel method for treating deep nasolabial folds and dynamic discord lines

The NLF consists of dermal muscle insertions of risorius, zygomaticus major/minor and levator labii superioris, combined with subdermal fat and tissue of the superficial musculoaponeurotic system...

Polynucleotides: the crucial biomolecules bridging therapeutics and aesthetics

The discovery and understanding of polynucleotides have played a crucial role in shaping modern medicine. Johann Friedrich Miescher (a Swiss physician and biologist) first isolated ‘nuclein’ — now...

Case study: Managing filler migration and poor placement with topical and injectable hyaluronidase and filler multilayering

A young woman in her 20s attended as she was originally concerned about the appearance of her under eyes. She felt they looked dark and sunken. She had never had this area treated; however she had...

Research Roundup

In regards to the safety and efficacy elements of the use of platelet-rich plasma (PRP), there is a lot of data in vitro and pre-clinical in vivo studies to support that PRP is used globally in...

What are the factors influencing the uptake of non-surgical facial aesthetic treatments in adults? A systematic review

» Available evidence indicates that some patients choose to have non-surgical facial aesthetic procedures because they believe it would yield psychosocial benefits and resolve problems in other areas...

Hyaluronic acid skin boosters: the holy grail of skin health

» An alternative option that many patients are unaware of is the existence of ‘skin boosters’, which can be defined as biological materials or bio-actives that help or encourage the skin to increase...

Aesthetics across cultures: implications for practitioners in multicultural Britain

Coming from an East Asian background, blepharoplasty seemed to be a surgery widely sought after where I grew up. Blepharoplasty (also commonly known as eyelid surgery) is a procedure to remove...

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