Meetings/Workshops on Aesthetic medicine and plastic surgery in the United States (USA)

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International aesthetic medicine
ID
869324
Dates
01 Jan 2017 - 01 Jan 2018
Location
Los angeles, United States
Contact
Maryam_ttt@yahoo.com;     Phone: [8185401325];     Email: Maryam_ttt@yahoo.com
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Injections vs Creams. Which is most effective? — Cosmetic Injections Versus Topical Creams
ID
880762
Start date
13 Apr 2017
Location
Fremont, United States
Abstract
The most popular cosmetic injection treatments include Hyaluronic acid,collagen and Botox. Hyaluronic acid absorbs about 1000 times its weight of water and as a result is good for plumping of lips. Collagen is a good filler and provides elasticity to collagen deprived skin, a condition which increases with age.Botox is used for facial wrinkles and in particular expression wrinkles. Injections have both pro and con attributes. The positive side is immediate results the negatives consist of expense and discomfort although microneedles have mitigated the latter. Injections particularly Botox usually last for up to three months on the average. Topical creams lotions etc. are used daily and for some treatments twice daily. Needles inject actives directly into the site of action, thus efficacy one established is almost guaranteed. Topicals by contrast needed to be formulated with specialized delivery systems in order to penetrate the stratum corneum and deliver the actives to elicit efficacy. The challenge is to understand the mechanism of biological action first before tailoring the formula. The Botox mechanism will be discussed in detail providing an example. Botox injections are costly while creams topically applied are considerably less costly. The primary advantage of injections is rapid results; however newer topical polypeptides are closing the gap in time for creams etc.
Contact
Roger Steven;     Phone: [1-800-385-1607];     Email: support@mentorhealth.com
Topics
Cosmetic Creams, Cosmetic Injections, Online Healthcare Training, fillers in face, healthcare training, dysport injection, care assistant courses, health certificate, Hospital Management webinar
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IAPAM — Aesthetic Medicine Symposium
ID
884713
Dates
28 Apr 2017 - 01 May 2017
Location
Scottsdale, United States
Abstract
Brought to you by the International Association for Physicians (IAPAM), this accelerated Botox® training program is designed so you will be ready to start seeing patients once you complete the weekend training program. With more and more patients aging, the need for cosmetic injectable and filler procedures is undeniable. Not only are botulinum toxin (ie Botox®, Xeomin®, Dysport®) injections the #1 minimally invasive cosmetic treatment in North America, but Botox is also a proven treatment for other medical concerns like migraines and hyperhydrosis.
Contact
Lynn Foley-Hale;     Phone: [1-800-485-5759];     Email: info@iapam.com
Topics
botox training, laser training, laser tattoo removal training, filler training, aesthetic training, aesthetic medicine training, cme training, medically supervised weight loss training, obesity training
4.
 
IAPAM — Aesthetic Medicine Symposium
ID
884756
Dates
09 Jun 2017 - 12 Jun 2017
Location
Scottsdale, United States
Abstract
Brought to you by the International Association for Physicians (IAPAM), this accelerated Botox® training program is designed so you will be ready to start seeing patients once you complete the weekend training program. With more and more patients aging, the need for cosmetic injectable and filler procedures is undeniable. Not only are botulinum toxin (ie Botox®, Xeomin®, Dysport®) injections the #1 minimally invasive cosmetic treatment in North America, but Botox is also a proven treatment for other medical concerns like migraines and hyperhydrosis.
Contact
Lynn Foley-Hale;     Phone: [1-800-485-5759];     Email: info@iapam.com
Topics
botox training, laser training, laser tattoo removal training, filler training, aesthetic training, aesthetic medicine training, cme training, medically supervised weight loss training, obesity training
5.
 
IAPAM — Aesthetic Medicine Symposium
ID
884722
Dates
22 Sep 2017 - 25 Sep 2017
Location
Scottsdale, United States
Abstract
Brought to you by the International Association for Physicians (IAPAM), this accelerated Botox® training program is designed so you will be ready to start seeing patients once you complete the weekend training program. With more and more patients aging, the need for cosmetic injectable and filler procedures is undeniable. Not only are botulinum toxin (ie Botox®, Xeomin®, Dysport®) injections the #1 minimally invasive cosmetic treatment in North America, but Botox is also a proven treatment for other medical concerns like migraines and hyperhydrosis.
Contact
Lynn Foley-Hale;     Phone: [1-800-485-5759];     Email: info@iapam.com
Topics
botox training, laser training, laser tattoo removal training, filler training, aesthetic training, aesthetic medicine training, cme training, medically supervised weight loss training, obesity training

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Last updated: 19 March 2017