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Research Roundup

Little information is available on the prevalence and incidence of photodermatoses around the world, despite their substantial impact on quality of life. The objective of this study was to carry out a...

A study on the reconstitution of botulinum toxin type A: normal saline versus bacteriostatic saline

The International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ISAPS) stated that, in 2019, botulinum toxin remained the most popular non-surgical treatment across the globe. There was an increase of 7.6% in...

Treating a gummy smile

A gummy smile (GS) is defined as excessive maxillary gingival display (the amount of gingivae showing from the zenith of the crown to the lower curtain of the upper lip) during smiling or laughing,...

Non-surgical treatment options for the neck and décolletage

There are numerous topical agents that improve skin quality and appearance. The problem for both the clinician and patient is that the choice is extensive. The most important, and often overlooked,...

Research Roundup

An increasingly popular medical aesthetic procedure for hand atrophy and ageing is hand rejuvenation..

The influence of TikTok on dermatology, aesthetics and skincare

The relationship between social media, dermatology, aesthetics and skincare is growing increasingly important. People are more likely to seek a dermatologist or a cosmetic physician who is active on...

Regenerative medicine: a brief look into platelet-rich plasma therapy

Regenerative medicine has come to play a crucial role in medical aesthetics. Within this field, clinicians can remodel and slow down the ageing process without injecting artificial substances. All...

Research Roundup

Perceived defects or flaws in appearance that may not be apparent to others are symptoms of body dysmorphic disorder (BDD)..

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...

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...

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...

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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