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Author Archives: Medical Spa MD


'All' in the blogosphere can refer to any topic: Universal inclusion, a concept ("all") in predicate logic Acute lymphoblastic leukemia, a leukemia affecting mostly children Adult Literacy and Lifeskills Survey, a comparative survey of the world's adult literacy American Life League, the largest pro-life organization in the United States Australian Lacrosse League, an annual elite-level men's lacrosse competition in Australia ... Read More »


"Do" may refer to: The verb "to do", which may serve as an auxiliary verb. DO, Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine Dō or Tao, the way and order of the universe in Chinese philosophy Do (province) or Dao, a political division in China, Korea, and Japan. Do (musical note), the first note of the musical scale in Solfege Do, short for ... Read More »


Anti-aging is a general umbrella term for how to prevent, slow, or reverse the effects of aging and help people live longer, healthier, happier lives. It includes scientific research and applications in genetic engineering, tissue engineering, and other medical advances. In the blogosphere, anti-aging is covered by blogs dealing with fitness, nutrition, cosmetic and anti-aging medicine, hormone balancing, vitamins, supplements, ... Read More »

acne laser

Acne (acne vulgaris) is a cosmetic skin condition caused by changes in the pilosebaceous units (skin structures consisting of a hair follicle and its associated sebaceous gland). Severe acne is inflammatory, but acne can also manifest in noninflammatory forms. 85% of teens and large numbers of adults are affected by acne. Dermatologists are the medical specialty that specialize in treating ... Read More »

plastic surgeon

A Plastic Surgeon is a physician (MD or DO in the US) that deals with the correction or restoration of form and function and includes a variety of specializations including craniofacial surgery, hand surgery, burn surgery, microsurgery, and reconstructive surgery. The word "plastic" derives from the Greek plastikos meaning to mold or to shape. Plastic Surgery is often thought to ... Read More »

laser clinics

Laser Clinics are retail medical businesses that are operated by a physician, or operate with some form of physician oversight and include: Med spas and skin clinics that offer nonsurgical medical treatments. Laser hair removal, IPL and laser treatments, Fraxel, Thermage, Botox, Restylane and other popular cosmetic treatments are usually offered. Lasik eye surgery clinics are sometimes also referred to ... Read More »

cosmetic surgery blog

Cosmetic surgery blogs are increasingly common around sites that deal with marketing cosmetic and plastic surgery. Many cosmetic surgeons and plastic surgeons have found that blogging is a cheap, highly effective method of marketing to local patients looking for information and have built blogs into their existing sites with varying degrees of effectiveness.  Fewer blogs exist that focus on the ... Read More »


IPL as a common abbreviation can represents a number of areas of interest in the bloggosphere: Indian Premier League (IPL) Cricket: Cricket is India's most popular sport, crossing all ethnic, religious, economic an social boundaries. It's played in more than 100 countries. IPL in North America commonly refers to Intense Pulsed Light (IPL), a medical device that emits light energy. ... Read More »


Fraxel is a specific cosmetic medical treatment that is designed to treat photo-aging (sun damage) complexion issues like age spots, and wrinkles. (Fraxel is a trademarked name but there are other technology providers that offer they same technology.) Fraxel is a laser treatment that treats a 'fraction' of the skin by dividing the laser energy into tiny treatment points (think ... Read More »


Dermatology is the branch of medicine dealing with the skin and its diseases, a unique specialty with both medical and surgical aspects. A Dermatologist treats diseases and cancers of the skin, scalp, hair, and nails. Dermatology in general is practiced by many different physicians since family and general practice physicians are typically the first doctors to see and treat a ... Read More »