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A person's smile frames the face and, arguably, is the most pleasing and meaningful facial expression, as well as a universal sign of happiness. A gummy smile can be a significant aesthetic concern. Its treatment can have a huge impact on a patient's confidence and, consequently, is highly...
The demand for female genital treatments has increased in recent years. Originally, the only way to tackle such issues was surgery. However, most patients prefer to have non-surgical solutions where possible. As a result of this, there are many non-surgical alternatives that have developed in...
Hyaluronic acid filler injection treatment represents the second most commonly performed non-surgical treatment worldwide behind botulinum toxin injections (International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, 2020). This should come as no surprise, as dermal filler treatments represent a swift...
In this regular feature, aesthetic nurse Claudia McGloin presents a brief synopsis of a range of recently published articles on medical aesthetics. Research roundup aims to provide an overview, rather than a detailed summary and critique, of the papers selected. Should you wish to look at any of...
Rachel Goddard delves into the topic of mentoring nurses who practise aesthetic medicine
Rachel Goddard discusses the role of peer support in aesthetic nursing and the success of the recent British Association of Cosmetic Nurses' Autumn Conference
The rules relating to advertising in England apply to everyone practising aesthetics, whether they are a registered healthcare professional or a lay practitioner. This article from Dawn Knight presents and considers important information and advice that is designed to assist practitioners in...
A common nightmare for many who are starting on the road to building their brand and business is there being no customers when trading finally begins or a new product or service is released. Regardless of how good a service is, practitioners will struggle to get sales unless they have an...
Moving premises can be expensive and fraught at the best of times. Adam Bernstein, in collaboration with Jessica Booz and Nathan Hinks, explores the options when contractual issues place obstacles in the way of a relocation
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