American-Brazilian Aesthetic Meeting 2015 Invites International Plastic Surgeons and Dermatologists to Congregate in Park City, Utah

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Early bird registration deadline is December 1, 2014

Dr. Renato Saltz

“The cultural diversity we see at ABAM allows for a very advantageous and interesting exchange of new ideas, techniques and trends.

World-renowned plastic surgeon Dr. Renato Saltz established the American Brazilian Aesthetic Meeting (ABAM) in 2008 to assemble international dermatologists and plastic surgeons in the spirit of science, fun and collegiality. The conference alternates annually between Dr. Saltz’s native Brazil and his longtime home state of Utah where his Saltz Plastic Surgery practices are located. Last year’s meeting, held in Florianopolis, Brazil, attracted more than 200 of the world’s top plastic surgeons and dermatologists. Next year’s conference will take place in Park City, UT, February 15 to 18, 2015 at the Park City Marriott. Once again, physicians from the U.S., South America, Canada, Europe and Asia are expected at the 7th annual meeting. Members of the media are also invited, and registration is complimentary.

“The cultural diversity we see at ABAM allows for a very advantageous and interesting exchange of new ideas, techniques and trends,” explains Dr. Renato Saltz, who serves as a program chair for the meeting. “It has been wonderful to see the conference grow, evolve and attract new attendees and exhibitors over the past few years.”

In addition to allowing time to ski and snowboard Utah’s famed Greatest Snow on Earth and enjoy the world-class ski town’s offerings, physicians will benefit from scientific panel discussions and workshops on subjects including, forehead and eyelid rejuvenation, facial rejuvenation, breast and body contouring, rhinoplasty, fat grafting, practice management, injectables, cosmetic medicine and patient safety.

Participants benefit from the unique opportunity to experience an international clinical exchange of knowledge in aesthetic surgery. There is also discussion of current socioeconomic conditions and how they affect plastic surgery communities in different regions of the world. The meeting provides a forum for residents, fellows and colleagues in private practice from across the globe to present their innovative work.

Early bird registration ends December 1, 2014. Pricing is as follows:
Members of ASAPS, ISAPS and SBCP – $800 ($1,100 after Dec. 1 and $1,400 on site)
Residents, nurses and aestheticians – $400 ($550 after Dec. 1 and $700 on site)
Non-members – $1,200 ($1,500 after Dec. 1 and $1,800 on site)
Meembers of the Media – complimentary registration

ABAM is endorsed by both American and Brazilian societies for aesthetic plastic surgery. Proceeds from the event are donated to the Image Reborn Foundation of Utah, a non-profit organization providing no-cost, healing retreats to women diagnosed with breast cancer. More information on both organizations can be found at http://www.AmericanBrazilianAestheticMeeting.com and http://www.ImageRebornFoundation.org.

About the American-Brazilian Aesthetic Meeting
The American-Brazilian Aesthetic Meeting (ABAM) provides an excellent opportunity for an international clinical exchange of knowledge in aesthetic surgery and discussion of how socioeconomic conditions affect plastic surgery communities around the world. It also serves as a new forum for residents, fellows and colleagues in private practice to present their innovative work. The conference alternates annually between the snowy mountains of Park City, Utah and the beautiful beaches of Florianopolis, Brazil. The meeting’s goal is to explore scientific advancement while promoting friendship, collegiality and cultural exchange.

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