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DASIL World Scar Free Symposium

We are seeing clinics re-opening all over the world and we are getting back to what we do best – caring for those who need us. DASIL, in conjunction with the Live Scar Free Foundation, has launched a teaching and...

Training / Cadaver Workshop – Facial Rejuvenation Techniques

Anglian Ruskin University Medical School / UKAAPS / Eurosurgical Facial Rejuvenation Masterclass – The latest Minimally Invasive Techniques for Aesthetic Practice Introduction of the Anglian Ruskin University Medical School- Prof Ruth Jackson Facial Surgery Anatomy Considerations- Ms Kallirroi Tzafetta Short...

ASLMS 2021 Virtual Conference

The 40th Annual Conference of the American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery (ASLMS) will present the latest advances in the field of lasers and energy-based devices. The ASLMS 2021 conference promises to be the most exciting laser and energy-based...

Face and Body Surgery Congress

The Face and Body Surgery Congress (FABS Congress) is holding its inaugural meeting on 15-16 May 2020 and will feature a faculty of international experts in plastic and aesthetic surgery across both face and body specialties.The programme committee made up...

The future of energy-based devices: do we have limits?

Victor Gabriel Clatici asks what is the final frontier in dermatology, plastic surgery and aesthetic medicine?

The Aesthetics Awards 2013

Last December saw the glamorous and eagerly awaited annual Aesthetics Awards, hosted at the Grange Hotel, and complete with winter wonderland atmosphere. A celebrity extravaganza emerged at the drinks reception, creating a vibe and first impression that the event could...

Perceptions and Deceptions: a personal blog by the editor 5 October 2016

And there was me thinking Hong Kong is in a bit of a political mess! What an extraordinary few weeks in the UK as far as medicine is concerned. After months of insisting that he, The Right Honorable Jeremy Hunt,...

The scandal of NHS contracts with the independent healthcare sector

Since March 2020 it was sensible medical practice to consider making all possible beds in the NHS available to potentially admit ill patients with COVID-19. The expected admission rate was supposed to risk overwhelming the NHS, so independent sector facilities apparently volunteered and were then contracted to the NHS as priority, with full remuneration for their losses, and all private practitioners were effectively frozen out from seeing, admitting and operating on their own self pay patients.

Face Eyes Nose 2014

Non-surgical facial aesthetics symposium The non-surgical facial aesthetics symposium provided a stimulating and interesting programme, comprised of a faculty of expert consultant plastic surgeons & cosmetic doctors. The course director, Mr Rana Das Gupta commenced the day and introduced the...

COVID-19: a threat or a warning?

Soon the public health implications of COVID-19 will be clearer. In Hong Kong, life has changed so much these past six months. The riots, the protests, the arson, the anarchy. And now nature shows what she can do.

E-Asia Derma Conference

E-Asia Derma . . . a learning experience to unfold this September The organising committee of the eagerly anticipated Dermatology and Aesthetic conference, E-Asia Derma, has announced the opening of registration to this unique learning experience. Dedicated to dermatologists and...
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