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Cosmetic Surgery Times eNews

Cosmetic Surgery Times eNews


March 22, 2012


Selphyl boosts blood vessel growth in fat grafts

Wayne, N.J. — Selphyl (platelet-rich fibrin matrix, Aesthetic Factors) has been linked to an increase in blood vessels when used in combination with fat grafting procedures, a new study reports. » More


Miami surgeon faces ethics questions after video

Miami — The American Society of Plastic Surgeons is investigating a Miami plastic surgeon who commissioned a music video that encourages plastic surgery for a character whose nose is described as a “beak like Jewcan Sam,” ABC News reports. » More

FYI ...



Increase in lip augmentation procedures from 2010 to 2011

Source: American Society of Plastic Surgeons


‘Natural’ remedies pose risks to surgery patients

Loma Linda, Calif. — Cosmetic surgery patients who take herbal products, homeopathic medicines and dietary supplements probably are unaware that some of these supplements put them at risk for serious bleeding complications during and after surgery. » More


Palomar unveils Skintel melanin reader

Burlington, Mass. — Palomar Medical Technologies, based here, has announced the availability of its Skintel Melanin Reader, which the company says is the only melanin reader cleared by the Food and Drug Administration for use with light-based treatments.
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