Event Details
Date: 11 March 2020

Location name: Birmingham, UK

Location address: Birmingham Repertory Theatre, Centenary Square, Broad Street, Birmingham, B1 2EP

Contact: Sharon King

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The Aesthetic Complications Expert group is proud to announce the programme for the inaugural ACE Group Conference. As well as a fantastic conference programme, delegates will be treated to their own ACE Group® conference bag which is ideal to be used as an Emergency Kit bag for your own clinic as well as a membership ID card, conference book which will include a hard copy of our guidelines and flowcharts plus other goodies.

Complications are daunting no matter how experienced the practitioner and the ACE Group conference will focus on how to avoid complications, how to recognise them and then how to manage them with the most evidence-based approach. We have listened to our members and tailored our programme to those needs. Delayed Onset Nodules or DONs was the term first coined by the ACE Group several years ago and now is widely accepted and published in the literature. Dr Cormac Convery presents the latest evidence in how to identify and manage DONs. Next, we have Gillian Murray and Emma Davies looking at issues around medical history complexities and consent to identify patients who are at risk of complications and how to mitigate these risks. Linda Mather provides information on how to use the emergency helpline and forum and the detail that is needed for you to receive the appropriate advice. The ACE Group sees more complications regarding lip augmentation with dermal fillers than any other complication, Dr Lee Walker discusses what we should consider when treating the lips, including anatomy, blood supply, patient selection, product selection, cannula versus needle and techniques. After lunch, Dr Martyn King will hold an interactive session on various complications, their diagnosis and management. A popular lecture and very relevant to complications, Dr Lee Walker discusses anatomical considerations when treating the face. Finally, to round off the conference and perhaps the most important for our members, occlusion conclusion. Several board members discussing all things vascular occlusion related. The conference will end with a speaker panel and delegates are invited to submit questions throughout the day to be answered by our experts.

Tickets are only available to members of the ACE Group at a cost of £125.