On the 16th & 17th November this year, the 9th National Laser & Cosmetic Medicine Conference will be held in Sydney, at the Sofitel Wentworth Hotel. The event is proudly supported by the Australasian College of Aesthetic Medicine (ACAM) and the Australasian Society of Cosmetic Medicine (ASCM).
The conference is an ideal opportunity for anyone in the industry to learn about the latest techniques and procedures from an amazing array of leaders of their field speakers from around Australia.
This year the conference features new treatments and procedures including the regenerative use of stem cells, non-surgical facelift and liposculpture techniques, advances in botulinum toxin (dysport / Anti-Wrinkle Injections), hyaluronic acids, laser tattoo removal, anti-wrinkle injections and dermal fillers. New areas of anti-ageing medicine will also be introduced and the attest advances in non-surgical and surgical management of skin cancer.
The President of the ACAM, Dr Jass Narulla says “New regenerative techniques such as stem cell therapies and less invasive procedures provides greater treatment choice with excellent results and minimum intervention. This conference is an ideal opportunity to learn from leading practitioners in the field of cosmetic medicine, surgery and anti-ageing medicine”.
Also featured at the conference will be an industry exhibition with the latest and greatest equipment and products.
To get a copy of the Program and to register for LCMC2013, visit www.dcconferences.com.au/lcmc2013
Don’t miss out – it’s not too late – here’s some of the topics being covered:
- Use of Botulinum Toxin for Facial Rhytids, Use of Hyaluronic Acid in Minimally Invasive Facial Rejuvenation
- Liposuction / Liposculpture – Old & New
- Anti-Ageing Medicine: Prevention & Exercise
- Stem Cells and their use in Aesthetic Medicine
- Non-Surgical Facial Rejuvenation – Promoitalia Threads
- Surgical Management of Skin Cancers, how to do a simple flap repair in the surgery
- What are the best options for treating non-melanoma skin cancer and solar keratosis