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  • Toxin Tips

    Toxin Tips Joe Niamtu, DMD

    Spend time with your neurotoxin patients and provide a great experience to provide a great experience in order to retain and convert patients, says Joe Niamtu, DMD.

  • Are You In the Know? Find out with Dr. Joe Niamtu

    Are You In the Know? Find out with Dr. Joe Niamtu

    Dr. Joe Niamtu speaks candidly about the latest development in dermal fillers and what it means for patients and practitioners.

  • On the Leading Edge, Not the Bleeding Edge: Joe Niamtu, DMD

    On the Leading Edge, Not the Bleeding Edge: Joe Niamtu, DMD Joe Niamtu, DMD, Joel L. Cohen, MD, FAAD

    Innovator, influencer, and podium perennial Joe Niatmu, III, DMD has built a successful surgical aesthetic practice by focusing on the basics, concentrating on his strengths, and avoiding passing fads. How does he stay passionate, spot the best new developments, and build a fulfilling practice? In t…

  • One and Done: The Male Patient

    One and Done: The Male Patient Joe Niamtu, DMD, Joel L. Cohen, MD, FAAD

    Men and women seem to approach cosmetic surgery differently. Joe Niamtu, III, DMD explores the male mentality and its implications on care.

  • Advances in Scar Prevention and Revision

    Advances in Scar Prevention and Revision Joe Niamtu, DMD

    Joe Niamtu III, DMD says a good scar is a surgeon's signature. He discusses the tenents he follows during surgery for the best outcomes when forming scars. Plus, he talks about advances in light-based therapies to resurface and revise scars using fractional lasers, pulsed dye lasers, and intense pul…

  • CO2RE Resurfacing: Transformations by a Cosmetic Facial Surgeon

    CO2RE Resurfacing: Transformations by a Cosmetic Facial Surgeon Joe Niamtu, DMD

    Join Dr. Niamtu, an internationally renowned and published educator and Cosmetic Facial Surgeon, as he shares his personal successes with the CO2 platform in his practice.

  • Leadership and Vision: Key to Practice Success

    Leadership and Vision: Key to Practice Success Joe Niamtu, DMD

    If you talk to physicians who have been in practice for a while, they will probably tell you that employee management, in some way, shape, or form, is their biggest practice management challenge. In this edition of In the Know with Dr. Joe, he discusses the two most important aspects to having a gre…

  • How to Hire the Right Staff: Keys to Practice Success, Part 2

    How to Hire the Right Staff: Keys to Practice Success, Part 2 Joe Niamtu, DMD

    In Part 1, Dr. Joe Niamtu discussed the importance of leadership and vision. But if you want your practice to really be successful, you have to hire the right staff. In this edition of In the Know with Dr. Joe, he shares attributes to look for in perspective employees. Dr. Joe says it's essential yo…

  • Attributes of Excellent Employees: Keys to Practice Success, Part 3

    Attributes of Excellent Employees: Keys to Practice Success, Part 3 Joe Niamtu, DMD

    Dr. Joe Niamtu laid out the groundwork for creating a successful practice with loyal and high-performing employees in Parts 1 and 2. In this edition of In the Know with Dr. Joe, he shares more attributes to look for when hiring and assessing employees. Every practice needs a few employees who are un…

  • Eyes Have It: Bloodless Blephs and More

    Eyes Have It: Bloodless Blephs and More Joe Niamtu, DMD, Joel L. Cohen, MD, FAAD

    Demand for treatments around the eye continue to grow; patients want big results but little downtime. Dr. Niamtu discusses his "bloodless bleph" and other uses for fillers and toxins.

  • Employees to Avoid: Keys to Practice Success, Part 4

    Employees to Avoid: Keys to Practice Success, Part 4 Joe Niamtu, DMD

    Some personality types may not be a good fit for your practice. Just as important as knowing what you’re looking for in employees, you should know what you don’t want. In this edition of In the Know with Dr. Joe, Dr. Niamtu offers advice on why team players may be a better fit than “superstars…

  • Termination Tactics: Keys to Practice Success, Part 5

    Termination Tactics: Keys to Practice Success, Part 5 Joe Niamtu, DMD

    Several aspects of hiring have been tackled in this five-part series, but unfortunately, most practice owners will all have to face the unfortunate task of letting an employee go at some point. Get in the know with Dr. Joe Niamtu for tips on how to fire an employee in the most professional manner po…

  • In the Know with Dr. Joe: Hate Your Neck? There's a Cure or Two for That

    In the Know with Dr. Joe: Hate Your Neck? There's a Cure or Two for That Joe Niamtu, DMD

    In the 2nd episode of In the Know, Dr. Joe Niamtu reviews the various ways to reduce submental fat and reverse the signs of aging on the neck - including devices and surgeries.

  • I Hate My Neck More

    I Hate My Neck More Joe Niamtu, DMD

    It’s time to talk about face and neck lifting—one of Dr. Joe Niamtu’s favorite things. In this edition of In the Know with Dr. Joe, he describes various types of lifts, their benefits, and principles of success. Part 2 of a 2-part discussion is largely focused on improving sagging necks.

  •  Turn Your Smart Phone into a Clinical Camera

    Turn Your Smart Phone into a Clinical Camera Joe Niamtu, DMD

    Are you having trouble taking good clinical photos in practice? Get in the know with Dr. Joe Niamtu who shares tips on how an LED Smart Light from Dine Corp can enhance your photography skills for better clinical photos and videos in practice. He demonstrates how he uses this tool in his practices a…

  • Dr. Niamtu Discusses Experience with VariLite Laser

    Dr. Niamtu Discusses Experience with VariLite Laser

    Dr. Niamtu Discusses his experience with the Iridex VariLite Laser.

  • Derm 2018: Conference Highlights

    Derm 2018: Conference Highlights Girish "Gilly" Munavalli, MD, MHS, Joe Gorelick, MSN, FNP-C, Julie C. Harper, MD, FAAD, Leon H. Kircik, MD, FAAD, Ted Rosen, MD

    DERM 2018 provides an opportunity for nurse practitioners and physician assistants in dermatology to network and learn in Las Vegas. The meeting is presented by The Dermatology Education Foundation. Among this years topics and presenters were acne and acne scarring, atopic dermatitis, and infection …

  • Aesthetics Insider: Joe Proctor of Bellus Medical

    Aesthetics Insider: Joe Proctor of Bellus Medical Joe Proctor, Steven Dayan, MD

    With its SkinPen Device, Bellus Medical is seeking to establish a new class of FDA-regulated, non-thermal devices. Joe Proctor, CEO of Bellus Medical, discusses the technology, clinical studies, and the future of Bellus with host Dr. Steve Dayan on Aesthetics Insider.

  • Derm Insider: Navigating Office Politics

    Derm Insider: Navigating Office Politics Joe Eastern, MD, Neal Bhatia, MD, FAAD, Seemal R. Desai, MD, Steven Shama, MD

    In this edition of Derm Insider, host Neal Bhatia, MD speaks with practice management experts about the complex inner workings of an office environment, as well as the role of physicians in managing precarious situations regarding employees. Offering advice for maneuvering these situations, guests S…

  • Who Should Attend DERM?

    Who Should Attend DERM? Joe Gorelick, MSN, FNP-C

  • Check Out DEF Online

    Check Out DEF Online Joe Gorelick, MSN, FNP-C

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Practical Dermatology

  • An Expanding Toolbox: Items to Improve Your Cosmet…

    Practical Dermatology - October 2018

    Syris v900L by Syris Medical The v900L Visualization System uses a proprietary white light LED and two-way polarization to enable visualization of about 1mm into the skin, so physicians can see subsurface features, including veins. The technology is intended to remove surface glare from the skin, providing benefit for laser procedures, sclerotherapy, and other applications. The company says the device offers multiple magnification options, and its lithium ion battery provides four hours of ru…

  • Recent Developments

    Practical Dermatology - October 2018

    Acne Stigma Linked to Lower Overall Quality of Life Acne patients perceived social stigma negatively affects their quality of life, according to a new study from the University of Limerick. In a survey of 271 people with acne, those respondents with negative perceptions of how society viewed their appearance had higher psychological distress levels and additional physical symptoms, such as sleep disturbance, headaches and gastrointestinal problems. Females in the study reported greater …

  • Currents: Practice Development Trends

    Practical Dermatology - September 2018

    Ekwa Affiliate Program Offers Income Opportunity for Medical Associations Ekwa Marketing has launched its unique Ekwa Affiliate Program. Medical associations can place an online link to Ekwa’s digital marketing products for doctors on their website and social media networks, and start receiving a passive income for all sales occurring via the affiliate link. Medical associations that join as Ekwa’s affiliates will receive 20 percent of all sales revenue achieved in a year from …

  • Your Destination for the Latest Developments in #D…

    Practical Dermatology - August 2018

    TWEETS OF NOTE Trending on PracticalDermatology.com SYSTEMIC INFLAMMATION IN PSORIASIS: A GUIDE FOR DERMATOLOGY CARE PROVIDERS By Wendy Cantrell, DNP, CRNP; Joe Gorelick, MSN, FNP-C; Kristine J. Kucera, PA-C, MPAS, DH; Scott Freeman, MCMSc PA-C Click the cover to read more!

  • Is Your Advisor Working in Your Best Interest?

    Practical Dermatology - August 2018

    One of the most important financial decisions you will make in your lifetime is who you will rely on as a financial advisor. Part of your decision-making process in evaluating potential advisors should be to understand how financial professionals make money and their legal duty to you as a client. Unfortunately, many investors believe that all advisors are the same in these two factors—when, in fact, this is not at all the case. In this article, we will explore one fundamental differenc…

  • Systemic Inflammation in Psoriasis: A Guide for De…

    Practical Dermatology - July 2018

    Psoriasis is a chronic autoimmune disease affecting more than seven million adults in the United States, commonly presenting as epidermal plaques with skin erythema, induration, and adherent silvery-white scales.1 Psoriatic plaques can be pruritic, and visibility of the disease can cause embarrassment, shame, and stress, which can have a significant negative impact on emotional health and productivity.2 Psoriasis was originally considered a benign skin condition with minimal serious complicat…

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