Laser Society to Host 10th Annual Laser Aesthetics Course in December

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The latest techniques and treatments in aesthetic laser medicine will be presented at the 10th Annual ASLMS Laser Aesthetics Course on December 7-8, 2019 in Tucson, Arizona. The 2019 course features a new format with hands-on training, new location, and same expert faculty.

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Gerald N. Goldberg, MD

What is special about this meeting is the high-quality didactic lectures with a great faculty and the small group feel which maximizes the participant experience and creates a stimulating interactive learning environment.

The latest techniques and treatments in aesthetic laser medicine will be presented at the 10th Annual ASLMS Laser Aesthetics Course on December 7-8, 2019 in Tucson, Arizona.

This popular weekend course, hosted by the American Society for Laser Medicine & Surgery, Inc. (ASLMS), is designed for dermatologists, other specialists, general practitioners, nurses, physician’s assistants, and medical aesthetic personnel who use or are investigating the use of lasers and other energy-based technologies.

Faculty includes key ASLMS thought leaders Gerald N. Goldberg, MD, course director, and J. Stuart Nelson, MD, PhD; E. Victor Ross, MD; and Emil A. Tanghetti, MD.

"We will have a new format with a full one-day thorough laser didactic session, followed by a unique half-day session highlighting live patient laser demonstrations, and some opportunity to have some "hands-on" training with a variety of laser devices," said Goldberg. "The hands-on training will take place in an intimate private practice clinic small group setting, with expert clinical faculty. The course will have a limited enrollment to maximize participant-faculty interaction and learning, which has been a hallmark of this meeting over the years."

This year the course will be held in Tucson, Arizona. Day one sessions will take place at the Sheraton Tucson and the day two laser demonstrations will be held at Goldberg's Pima Dermatology Clinic in Tucson.

The course provides a broad overview of devices used in aesthetic applications to achieve optimum clinical outcomes. Topics include: Non-Ablative Rejuvenation, IPL, Microneedling and RF Microneedling, Laser Treatment of Vascular Lesions, Pigmented Lesions, Scars, Tattoos and Ethnic Skin, Laser Hair Removal, Fractional Ablative and Full Field Ablative CO2 and Erbium Resurfacing, Non-Invasive Body Contouring, Fat Reduction, Skin Tightening, Laser Complications and Laser Safety, Combining Lasers and Devices to Enhance Outcomes, and Combining Laser and Energy Sources with Cosmetic Injectables.

"What is special about this meeting is the high-quality didactic lectures with a great faculty and the small group feel which maximizes the participant experience and creates a stimulating interactive learning environment, said Goldberg. “The added bonus this year is to include some live patient demonstrations as well as an opportunity to have some "hands-on" experience with a number of lasers in a private practice clinical setting."

Dr. Gerald N. Goldberg is an internationally recognized dermatologist with unique experience in laser surgery spanning more than 3 decades. Being board-certified in pediatrics and dermatology he has a special interest and expertise in the laser treatment of vascular birthmarks in children as well as in laser skin resurfacing.

For over 35 years, Dr. Goldberg has been in private practice at Pima Dermatology in Tucson, Arizona and works in a state of the art facility providing comprehensive dermatologic services spanning medical, surgical, cosmetic, and laser dermatology.

Pre-registration is required. Course registration fees range from $1050 for ASLMS members to $1400 for non-members. A limited number of seats are available for residents and fellows-in-training at a reduced fee. To register, or for more information, visit https://www.aslms.org/for-professionals/education-center/laser-aesthetics-course, call (877) 258-6028 or email information@aslms.org

The American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery, Inc. (ASLMS) is the largest multi-disciplinary professional organization dedicated to the development and application of lasers and related technology for health care applications. ASLMS promotes excellence in patient care by advancing biomedical application of lasers and other related technologies worldwide. ASLMS members include physicians and surgeons representing more than 35 specialties, physicists involved in product development, biomedical engineers, biologists, nurses, industry representatives, and manufacturers. For more information, visit http://www.aslms.org/

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