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Cosmetic Surgery Times eNews

Cosmetic Surgery Times eNews


February 10, 2012


Fat injection reconstruction combo shows promise

Rome — A new technique involving injections of fat followed by implant placement may prove a viable alternative for breast cancer patients who have undergone radiation therapy.
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Software could help ID face-changing criminals

South Bend, Ind. — University of Notre Dame researchers have developed a new face-matching technique that may become an effective law enforcement tool to help identify criminals who have undergone plastic surgery to alter their looks. » More


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Business booms for tattoo removers, analysts say

Los Angeles — The tattoo boom of recent years has spawned an additional growth industry. The ranks of tattoo-removal practitioners have increased substantially over the past five years, with revenue rising at an average annual rate of about 21 percent to $65.6 million in 2012, market analysis firm IBISWorld reports. » More


Cutera closes $5.1 million acquisition of Iridex

Brisbane, Calif. — Cutera, a provider of laser and other light-based systems used by cosmetic surgeons, has finalized its $5.1 million cash purchase of the global aesthetic business of Iridex, Mountain View, Calif. » More

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