Sexual- and Gender-Minority Patients: An Important Message for Dermatologists

Most dermatologists have not historically considered their patients’ sexual orientation and gender identity as relevant to their practice, but new data contributes to awareness in skin health disparities in patients from sexual- and gender-minority (SGM) communities. Dermatologists who strive to understand their patients can better see them as a whole person, engage in a better […]

Optimal Skin Care Practices for Scar Prevention

In developed countries, approximately 100 million people per year experience scarring as a result of elective, therapeutic, or reparative surgical procedures. Recent surgical and technological advancements made elective surgeries and aesthetic treatments safer and more accessible to patients resulting in increased consumer demand. As the number of cosmetic procedures performed across the globe continues to rise, […]

Dermal Fillers and Neurotoxins: Understanding Injectables

Minimally invasive procedures such as cosmetic injectables are some of the most popular nonsurgical approaches to reversing the signs of aging. The two most common types of injectable anti-aging products are dermal fillers and neurotoxins. Providers should consider their patients’ skin goals and concerns when deciding which injectable to use. An expert knowledge of vascular […]