bodySCULPT plastic surgeon and InMode’s Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Spero J. Theodorou will be participating at the 23rd Annual Dallas Cosmetic Surgery™ and Medicine Meeting scheduled to be held on March 11 and March 12, 2020 at the Westin Galleria Dallas, Dallas. The Dallas Cosmetic Surgery™ and Medicine Meeting would bring together a world-class faculty and the program will include presentations, live demonstrations, panel discussions, pre-recorded video, and Q&A sessions with audience participation.
The main objective of the meeting is to teach physicians and residents how to achieve safe and reproducible aesthetic results. Conceived as two programs, the first day of the meeting would focus on cosmetic medicine and the second day would focus on cosmetic surgery.
The emerging role of nonsurgical skin tightening and fat removal devices that work, as well as hot topics in lasers, scar elimination and the latest in cosmetic fillers and neuromodulators will be presented on the first day of the meeting. On March 11, 2020 Dr. Theodorou would be a moderator on the following topics of discussion:
- Non‐invasive Body Contouring/Skin Tightening/PRP: Which Device is a Game Changer in My Practice? – 9:00 – 9:20 am
- Minimally Invasive Approaches to Face Contouring: Minimally Invasive Contouring/Skin Tightening – What Works, What’s Still Missing? – 10:15 – 10:45 am
He will also give a lecture on the topic
- “What’s New in Non‐Surgical Face Tightening? “on the first day of the meeting at 9:35 – 9:45 am.
Cosmetic surgical advances and safety of emerging surgical treatment options in breast augmentation, breast implant illness, safe buttock/true body sculpting, and safe, modern treatments for the aging face are the focus on the second day.
This annual meeting, along with the pioneering Dallas Rhinoplasty meeting held immediately afterwards, has trained over 15,000 plastic surgeons and cosmetic physicians from 55 countries around the world since its inception.
The target audience expected to attend this meeting includes:
- Plastic Surgeons
- Facial Plastic Surgeons
- Oculoplastic Surgeons
- Residents in the above specialties
- Non-physician Providers (Registered Nurses, Physician Assistants, Nurse Practitioners and Aestheticians) working in the office of a board-certified physician in the above specialties
The major purpose and content of the meeting:
- Attendees would become familiar with the latest techniques and advances in cosmetic medicine
- Focus will be on controversies and advances in face, breast and body contouring procedures
- Interactive discussions will concentrate on surgical and nonsurgical options for facial rejuvenation and autologous fat grafting
- Participants will be able to view demonstrations of the latest injectables and technology
According to Markets Insider, the esteemed faculty will also focus on how social media is transforming all of medicine and plastic surgery. They will focus on patient safety with an emphasis on evidence-based medicine which is changing how cosmetic surgery is practiced today.