July/August 2017

In this issue

This month’s clinical section features a paper by Leslie Fletcher on the increasing use of deoxycholic acid for the correction of submental fullness. Francis Conroy discusses the use of different types of laser to reduce the appearance of benign pigmented lesions. Sarah Barker explains why automated microneedling is becoming more popular in medical aesthetics. Marina Landau outlines causes and preventative strategies for photodamage. On the professional pages, Simon Ravichandran reflects on his experience as a trainer and highlights the importance of training in the field. Stephen Tristam reviews the highlights of the recent British Association of Sclerotherapists conference. This issue’s practice management articles focus on clinic metrics, the benefits of bad reviews and ethical treatment promotion.

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