Dr. David McDaniel, Board-Certified Dermatologist in Virginia Beach, Virginia again joins eHealth Radio and the Dermatology, Weight Management and Plastic Surgery Channels to talk about non-surgical fat reduction.
- What is non-surgical fat reduction? And what are your recommendations for someone who is considering non-surgical fat reduction?
- What are reasons someone would undergo non-surgical fat reduction?
- What are some non-surgical fat reduction options?
- What does each procedure entail? What is recovery like?
- What are the complications associated with non-surgical fat reduction?
David H. McDaniel, MD is Board Certified by the American Board of Dermatology. He is a Co-Director of the Hampton University Skin of Color Research Institute, Adjunct Professor in the School of Science, Hampton University, as well as an Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Biological Sciences for Old Dominion University. In addition to his dermatology training, he has special training in physical chemistry, light physics, pathology and dermatopathology, botany and emergency medicine.
He is the author of over 75 scientific articles and book chapters, primarily concentrating in the field of laser cosmetic surgery, antioxidants, and anti-aging medicine. Dr. McDaniel is named as inventor or co-inventor on many patents.
Dr. McDaniel helped pioneer the science and theory of LED photomodulation and has been involved in the development and/or FDA clinical trials of some of today’s leading laser and energy based devices for cosmetic treatments or for non-surgical skin rejuvenation. He serves as Director of the McDaniel Institute of Anti-Aging Research as well as the Laser & Cosmetic Center in Virginia Beach, Virginia (USA) and consults for some of the major skin care companies in the world.
Dr. McDaniel has been selected by his peers to be included in The Best Doctors in America for 2009-2011 for the 16th year in a row. He is one of the expert voices quoted in popular magazines such as O, Elle, Vogue, Allure, Essence, Time, Forbes, as well as by major media such as Good Morning America and the BBC. Dr. McDaniel also serves as president of a non-profit charity, The Center for Disfigurement.