Skin needling, also called microneedling therapy, collagen induction therapy, and percutaneous collagen induction is a minimally invasive skin-rejuvenation procedure that involves the use of a device that contains fine needles. The needles are used to puncture the skin to create a controlled skin injury.
“Many cosmetic surgeons don’t realize that they are renting their own websites. Before you consider any upgrades, make sure you own your website and all related materials, including content, graphics, and images.” David Evans discusses it all in the September 2014 The Edge.Read More
“Most surgeons were, and are, quick to say that Michael Jackson and his alleged plastic surgery procedures, including rhinoplasty, gave ethnic plastic surgery a bad rap”. PSP Editor, Denise Mann, examines ethnic plastic surgery in her September 2014 column.Read More
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While Latin America seems to own the body, Carlos Uebel, MD says that the US is the clear leader of the global pack when it comes to facial rejuvenation. Find out what else the president of the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery discussed in the July 2014 cover article.Read More