Read what Dr. Bitter wrote in Facial Plastic Surgery Clinics of North America on Broad Band Light & Skin Rejuvenation.
Illumination can guide us out of the darkness and into a more enlightened age. In fact, the light bulb has become synonymous with innovation and discovery. The same can be said for BroadBand Light (BBL), a procedure that has evolved remarkably over the past 25 years. BBL targets blemishes and highlights the radiant skin below.
Dr. Patrick Bitter sheds new light on the benefits of pulsed light therapy in his latest fascinating foray into the applications of BroadBand treatment. He offers insights for practitioners offering BBL to their patients. The following article provides invaluable data to shine a spotlight on the right ways to rejuvenate and replenish clients’ skin.CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE
Listen to what Dr. Bitter has to say on Redefining Medicine on A4M (American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine)CLICK HERE TO LISTEN
Read his article on page 54 on What’s Next for Light-Based Therapies.
Read more about what Dr. Bitter had to say on unsatisfactory lip fillers at Global Aesthetics conference in Miami, Florida in Dermatology Times
Dr. Bitter Awarded ‘Male Dermatologist of the Year‘ at MyFaceMyBody Awards 2018
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Patrick Bitter Jr, MD on Extreme Makeover
Dr.Bitter, invited guest of honor, for Moscow media event with Miss Universe 2002 Oxan Fedorova, and top Russian aesthetic doctors.
Dr. Bitter trains the top Russian aesthetic doctors in Moscow with Unique Medical Aesthetic & Sciton.
BBL BroadBand Light (FotoFacial)
Dr. Bitter discusses this incredible technology’s ability to turn back the clock and reverse the signs of aging.
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Bright Lights Big City -Moscow 2017
European Tour – September 2017
Distinguished Faculty of the AACD Los Angeles 2018
Dr. Bitter is honored to be included in the distinguished multi-specialty faculty of the Advanced Aesthetics & Cosmetic Dermatology’s AACD 2018 Annual Meeting in Marina Del Rey, California January 19-21, 2018. The AACD is recognized for its scientific and academic leadership, and its faculty members are recognized as established leaders within their specialty.