New Book Covers the Latest in Noninvasive and Surgical Cosmetic Procedures
Providers anxious to stay up-to-date on the latest medical aesthetic and cosmetic surgery procedures may want to pick up a copy of Advances in Cosmetic Surgery , the newest addition to Elsevier's “Advances” series of books for medical professionals. The book covers current best practices from preeminent practitioners in plastic surgery, facial plastic surgery, cosmetic dermatology and oculoplastic surgery.
The book's editorial board includes Gregory H. Branham, MD, Jeffrey S. Dover, MD, FRCPC, Heather J. Furnas, MD, Marissa M.J. Tenenbaum, MD, and Allan E. Wulc, MD, FACS, who brought together leading experts to discuss topics, such as filler complications, non-surgical body contouring, non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation, radiofrequency with microneedling, platelet rich plasma, and much more. Several of the articles also include procedural videos that can be accessed through a subscription to the series.
“ Advances in Cosmetic Surgery provides practicing cosmetic surgeons with an in-depth look at clinical...
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