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Topic: Energy-based Devices

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Aesthetics Insider: BTL's Scott Mills on HIFEM and More

Series: Aesthetics Insider | October 16, 2019

BTL has launched multiple devices in the US, including Emsculpt, for building muscle. Scott Mills, Vice President of Sales at BTL, discusses the company and its systems with host Steven Dayan, MD.  

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Device Talk: Is RF Microneedling Worthy of the Buzz?

Series: Device Talk | October 8, 2019

Interest in radiofrequency microneedling continues to grow. Nazanin Saedi, MD and Kelly Stankiewicz, MD talk about the many potential uses for the technology—including for acne scars and wrinkles—and discuss the patient experience.

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Is There a Role for Fully Ablative Resurfacing?

Series: Device Talk | September 15, 2019

A series of fractional resurfacing treatments will fit the bill for many patients. Tina Alster, MD and Arisa Ortiz, MD discuss their approach to stubborn wrinkles and address the potential role for fully ablative approaches.

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New In My Practice: Devices | July/August 2019

New In My Practice | Devices: Trusculpt ID from Cutera

Amy Forman Taub, MD

In each edition, Modern Aesthetics® magazine asks top cosmetic physicians about the newest devices that they are introducing to patients. Here, Amy Forman Taub, MD, Medical Director and Founder of Advanced Dermatology and skinfo in...

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Feature | July/August 2019

Permanent Iris Color Change

Evaluation is ongoing for a laser treatment that can be completed noninvasively in less than one minute; 10 years of animal data and six years of human data document safety and efficacy.
Marguerite B. McDonald, MD, FACS

In humans, iris pigmentation ranges from light brown to black, and, depending on how light scatters in the iris stroma through the Tyndall effect, the iris can appear blue, green, or hazel. Although the genetics of eye color is extremely...

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