The International Association for Physicians In Aesthetic Medicine (IAPAM) has announced the launch of its new Advanced Aesthetic Medicine Symposium. This advanced aesthetic medical seminar is for physicians looking to push their aesthetics practice to the next level.
The Advanced Symposium will provide physicians with advanced instruction and hands-on training in the top minimally invasive modalities: botox, dermal fillers, lasers, microdermabrasion and chemical peels. The new IAPAM Advanced Aesthetic Symposium is scheduled for 10-11 November 2012, in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Presented by the IAPAM, the Advanced Aesthetics Symposium
aims to provide experienced aesthetic physicians an opportunity to learn the latest cosmetic trends and techniques. Physicians will have the opportunity to both see the procedures, as well as perform them, in this comprehensive, hands-on workshop. This advanced aesthetic medical program will include: advanced botox training, advanced dermal filler training, using lasers for scar revision and treating stretch marks, using dermal micro-channeling systems for skin rejuvenation, etc.Program highlights:
- Advanced hands-on Botox and filler training
- Treating stretch marks and scars
- Treating acne
- Fat transfer for facial rejuvenation
- Delivering topical serums using Dermafrac
- Advanced chemical peel techniques
- Latest aesthetic industry trends
The Advanced Aesthetic Medicine Symposium offers physicians two days of the most intensive hands-on advanced botox injection training as well as advanced techniques for the other non-surgical modalities. The medical faculty instructing at the IAPAM's Advanced Aesthetic Medicine Symposium is experienced in the industry's best practices, particularly regarding the teaching of Botox and other neurotoxin injection techniques and protocols. Physicians who complete the IAPAM's Advanced Symposium will be certified by the IAPAM, a voluntary professional association of physicians and supporters, which sets standards for the aesthetic medical profession.
For more information, go to www.iapam.com.