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Screening for body dysmorphic disorder (BDD) is generally low in cosmetic dermatology due to lack of knowledge regarding the disorder and inadequate screening tools. Recent research in Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology found that a cryptic screening tool may be useful in mitigating poor outcomes in high-risk patients.
A recent cohort study found filler injections a cannula was associated with a lower risk of intravascular occlusion events vs needle injections, though the majority of events were minor and resolved without further injury or scarring for both needles and cannulas.
A recent survey assessed dermatologists’ perceptions to nonsurgical cosmetic procedures among men.
Findings from a recent study highlight the potential associations between hair dye use and overall and specific cancers, including nonmelanoma skin cancers.
A recent study showed two hyaluronic acid fillers with lidocaine were safe and effective among Asian individuals seeking full-face aesthetic treatment.
A recent study investigated the efficacy of a hydroquinone-free topical cosmetic brightener compared with hydroquinone 4% for the treatment of melasma among patients with Fitzpatrick skin types III to VI.
Findings from a recent study showed a picosecond pulse duration laser was a safe and effective for treating nevi of Ota and Hori nevi in Asian patients with Fitzpatrick skin types III and IV.
Findings from a national prospective cohort study of black and white US women suggest that chemicals in hair products may play a role in breast carcinogenesis.
Findings from a recent meta-analysis show the potential of topical calcineurin inhibitors for the treatment of patients with vitiligo.
Patients with benign hyperpigmentation are willing to pay and trade time for a therapy that could cure their disease, according to the findings of a recent study.
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