Virgin Derm16 focuses on advanced and in-depth exposure to the newest techniques, technologies, products and services in minimally- and non-invasive aesthetics with scientific data to support these breakthroughs, says Co-Chair Dr. Bob Weiss.
Alpharetta, GA (PRWEB) October 08, 2015
WHO: Virgin Derm16 brought to you by Aesthetic Master Class and xMedica; Co-Chaired by Robert A. Weiss, MD; Margaret Weiss, MD; and David McDaniel, MD.
WHAT: CME-certified event designed to showcase faculty success in maximizing patient satisfaction and outcomes with teachings and take-aways that can immediately be put into clinical practice.
The program will focus on advanced and in-depth exposure to the newest techniques, technologies, products and services in minimally- and non-invasive aesthetics. An emphasis will be placed on the current and prospective scientific data to support these breakthroughs.
The three-day meeting offers more than 30 presentations, select industry exhibits and numerous discussions of the latest marketplace trends, plus leisure time to enjoy the tropical setting of St. Thomas, America’s Caribbean Paradise.
WHEN: January 22-24, 2016 at the Frenchman’s Reef and Morning Star Marriott Beach Resort on St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands
WHY: Groundbreaking “Hot Topics” of interest to dermatology, facial and plastic surgery, ophthalmology and otolaryngology audiences and their patients delivered by a stellar faculty, notably:
➢ The next frontier in fillers, neuromodulators and new injectables featuring Drs. Derek Jones, Phillipe Kestemont, Arthur Swift and Julius Few.
➢ Light and energy-based technologies for pigment, vascular, texture and tightening featuring Drs. Mitchel Goldman, Robert Centeno and Naz Saedi.
➢ Latest technologies for noninvasive fat removal and body contouring featuring Drs. Robert Weiss, David McDaniel and Margaret Weiss.
➢ Combination techniques, skin of color and anti-aging strategies including cosmeceuticals, 3D photography and maintenance of rejuvenation results featuring Drs. Zoe Draelos, Julius Few, Arthur Swift and Naz Saedi