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Croma-Pharma completed the decentralized procedure for its botulinum toxin to treat glabellar (frown) lines

Croma’s botulinum toxin submission in Europe is based on the data of 3 completed randomized, placebo-controlled phase III trials that enrolled a total of >1000 subjects in Europe and the US.

Submandibular haematoma with airway obstruction following a warfarin overdose

Submental and submandibular abscesses are frequent in oral and maxillofacial surgery; on the other hand submandibular haematomas are uncommon. However, we encountered a submandibular haematoma, initially masked as a Ludwig’s angina, which was compromising the airway of a warfarinised patient...

IMCAS World Congress 2023

One of the leading events in dermatology, plastic surgery, and aesthetic science returns to Paris for 2023. Following its post-covid return and sweeping success in June, the IMCAS World Congress will return to Paris again for its 24th edition in...

Decision Making in Aesthetic Practice: The Right Procedures for the Right Patients

This is a mini treasure and absolute must for any aspiring aesthetic practitioner. The demand for aesthetic medicine is rapidly growing and this book is a concise haven of knowledge not only for those early on in their training but...

Advance your Liposuction offering, widen your patient choice parameters and so much more

One of the most important advances for cosmetic procedures in the last 20 years, Renuvion® cosmetic technology is Reshaping What’s Possible for your practice and your patients.

Off-label cosmetic use of botulinum toxin in the lower face

Botulinum toxin A (BoNTA) is commonly used as an off-label cosmetic modality to improve the ageing lower face and neck, and may be used as a single line treatment or in combination with other procedures, such as dermal fillers [1]....

Labbé in children

This is the first report in the literature of orthodromic temporalis tendon transfer or the Labbé technique performed on children. The authors used a modification of the transoral approach to the temporalis tendon, originally described by Byrne and Boahene, which...

How I Do It - Treating melasma and PIH

Melasma and post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation (PIH) are among the most common skin disorders in society with prevalence of up to 50% in some populations. Melasma is more prevalent among females and also among those with darker skin types III–V on the...

EPSC 2022

Join us to interact with global key opinion leaders at the 7th Edition of the Emirates Plastic Surgery Congress (EPSC) 2022 which will be held on 20-22 January 2022 at the Conrad Hotel, Dubai, United Arab Emirates in conjunction with...

FACE 2015

This was undoubtedly the biggest and most prestigious UK conference of the year. The international mix of both delegates and presenters brought together knowledge, skill and allowed us to experience a jam-packed agenda covering all aspects of aesthetic medicine. The...

Gross Negligence Manslaughter in Healthcare: The medico-legal dilemma (part 25)

Time out I am taking a time out because I want to go back to 2014. At that time there were no mandatory guidelines regarding the administration of procedural sedation in cosmetic practice in Hong Kong. Because of the call...

A study of chronic refractory tibia osteomyelitis treated with surgery and adjuvant hyperbaric oxygen

Introduction Chronic tibial osteomyelitis is a difficult problem to eradicate and often fails to respond to surgical treatment. Orthopaedic surgeons find it difficult to treat these infections which reside as a nidus in dead bone. There is always a risk...