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Do you see patients in your practice who are uncertain about receiving injectable treatments due to the perceived risks, side effects, or pain? In this short video, Dr Jenny Kimmins explores some of the most common patient concerns about injectable treatments and how she addresses them in the primary care setting. Continue reading “[3 min watch] How to address common patient concerns about injectable treatments”
How can you get started providing thread lifts in primary care? In this latest podcast, listen to Dr Helena Rosengren’s expert advice on how thread lifts can be used to address your patients’ cosmetic concerns in the primary care setting, and how you can begin to include this treatment in your service offering. Continue reading “[Podcast] How to integrate thread lift treatments into your practice”
The darkness of the infra-orbital areas, colloquially known as “dark circles,” is a widespread facial skin issue in the general population. Therefore, many primary care patients also have this problem. Continue reading “[5 min read] How to treat dark under-eye circles in primary care”
Do you see patients with excessive sweating? In this short video, Dr Jenny Kimmins discusses how to use Botulinum toxin injections to treat hyperhidrosis (sweating) in the underarms, feet, hands, top lip, forehead and more. Continue reading “[5 min watch] How to use Botulinum toxin for hyperhidrosis”
Due to the minimal risk of complications, short recovery time, relatively low cost, and effectiveness, minimally invasive and non-invasive cosmetic interventions are gaining popularity in recent years.
The scalpel-free aesthetic medicine is establishing its place at the primary care level. Doctors now have a chance to make an additional profit while improving their patient’s self-esteem and quality of life with cosmetic procedures such as: Continue reading “[5 min read] Providing radiofrequency in primary care”
How can cosmeceuticals help to enhance your patients’ skin health when used in combination with medical skin treatments? In this latest podcast, Professor David Wilkinson (Chief Medical Officer, National Skin Cancer Centres) speaks with Tania Romano (Scientific and Education Communications Manager, Head of Medical, SkinCeuticals) about how skin cancer doctors, GPs and other physicians can use topical skincare products as part of their medical and cosmetic medicine toolkit. Continue reading “[Podcast] How to use cosmeceuticals for patients’ skin health”
Minimally invasive and non-invasive cosmetic interventions are the best option for primary care practitioners looking to expand their portfolio of services. Injectables, such as Botulinum toxin injections, dermal fillers, and biostimulators, top the list of popular treatments.
The latter is becoming increasingly fashionable. Therefore, it has the potential to make one primary care practice stand out among others.
Continue reading “[5 min read] Biostimulator fillers in primary care”
How can you best manage patients with acne in your primary care practice? In this latest podcast, listen to Dr Helena Rosengren’s expert advice for managing patients presenting with acne, including assessment, diagnosis, treatment and ongoing management. Continue reading “[Podcast] How to manage acne in primary care”
How can you get started providing aesthetic medicine services? In this short video, Dr Helena Rosengren gives her expert advice for setting up a cosmetic practice, with practical tips for doctors starting out in this field, including how to generate patients to fill your appointment book. Continue reading “[5 min watch] How to set up a cosmetic practice & generate patients”
In this latest podcast, listen to Dr Helena Rosengren’s expert advice for delivering dermal fillers in primary care, including how to get started, which concerns can be treated, and how to handle adverse events and other challenges when starting out. Continue reading “[Podcast] Dermal fillers in primary care”