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Advanced and interactive, the upcoming SBS Part II: The Aesthetic Dermatology Summit conference is quickly approaching. As the conclusion of our most sought-after event, the 19th Annual South Beach Symposium, this comprehensive event is an unmissable educational experience in the aesthetic medicine industry. Delivering cutting-edge educational programming in dermatology, the conference will cover topics ranging from minimally-invasive procedures, hair restoration and cosmeceuticals to laser and light therapies, practice management insights, and many more. Attendees will discover the latest dermatologic techniques, strategies, and protocols through an expertly designed agenda and numerous opportunities for interactive learning.

What to Expect at the SBS Part II Event

Attendees of this event can expect to receive an all-encompassing educational experience featuring cutting-edge research and clinical pearls, interactive and hands-on learning opportunities, as well as benefit from interpersonal networking and socializing opportunities with fellow aesthetic medicine experts. World-renowned faculty members will deliver the latest industry knowledge and clinical insights throughout the curriculum designed to equip clinicians with the tools and actionable education to immediately implement into their practice.

Agenda Centered on Actionable Learning

A comprehensive curriculum covering a wide range of the most clinically relevant topics and up-to-date information will help ensure attendees are equipped for any clinical scenario. Sessions have been expertly curated by renowned faculty members to best serve the current needs of practicing professionals and their patients.

Board-certified dermatologist specializing in cosmetic and laser dermatology Doris Day, MD,  will lead the Toxins and Fillers for the Face course on Friday, September 24 will feature live patient injections – as will the Fillers & Toxins: From the Head to the Toes session led by aesthetic plastic surgeon Z. Paul Lorenc, MC, FACS.

Expert in female hair loss management and the treatment of pigmentation disorders, Valerie Callender, MD will lead a session on the Aesthetic Treatment Considerations for Skin of Color Populations, aimed at educating practitioners about the important differentiating factors when treating all skin types. Dr. Callender will also lead courses during the Hair Restoration for the Dermatologist session, such as hair loss in diverse patients and the role of topical treatments.

Glynis R. Ablon, MD, FAAD, director of the Ablon Skin Institute and Research Center will cover the topics of scarring and nonscarring alopecia, low-level laser therapy and LED light hair cap treatment. She will also be discussing the intersection of supplements, menopause, and hair growth, JAK inhibitors and their ability to combat hair loss, as well as leading an interactive Q&A about treatments for hair loss with Dr. Callender and Dr. Day.

Other topics covered by industry experts during the event will include anti-aging solutions in dermatology, such as supplements and hormonal considerations, cosmeceuticals, sexual wellness, and many more guaranteed to help clinicians excel in the field of aesthetic dermatology.

Specialty Hands-On Workshops

In addition to the expertly-crafted curriculum, attendees are invited to join a series of specialty workshops designed to bridge current gaps in practical training. At SBS Part II, clinicians will have the opportunity to learn about injection techniques and gain clinical insights from renowned leaders in the field during live, hands-on sessions that will prepare them to serve the increasing demand for minimally invasive procedures across the globe.

Lip Enhancement Anatomy and Injection

Taking place on Thursday, September 23, the first workshop Lip Enhancement Anatomy and Injection  will cover the anatomy of the lips, injection techniques focused on the lip area, as well as a live patient demonstration and hands-on patient injections. By the end of the session, clinicians will be able to recognize key anatomical features of the lips, utilize appropriate injection techniques for lip augmentation, and apply their knowledge of dermal fillers and injection techniques for hands-on patient injections.

Chin Augmentation Anatomy and Injection

Our second workshop, Sharpening the Jawline: Chin Augmentation Anatomy and Injection Workshop will be held on Friday, September 24 and will delve into the intricacies of injectable chin augmentation practices. By the end of the workshop, attendees will be able to recognize the key anatomical features of the chin, apply appropriate injection techniques for this area, and utilize their knowledge for hands-on patient injections.

Full-Face Surgical Dissection and Injection for Non-Invasive Facial and Hand Rejuvenation

The intimate, CME Hands-On Cadaver Workshop: Full-Face Surgical Dissection and Injection Techniques for Non-Invasive Facial and Hand Rejuvenation  workshop will be held on Saturday, September 25 kicking off with a comprehensive Aesthetic Anatomy lecture followed by a full-face surgical dissection and hands-on workshop covering facial aesthetics and hand rejuvenation. Attendees can expect an in-depth facial anatomy overview with human cadaver facial dissection and comprehensive training in botulinum neurotoxin and dermal filler injection techniques with formal instruction from expert faculty.

As the most innovative event in aesthetic dermatology, SBS Part II: The Aesthetic Dermatology Summit will deliver a comprehensive agenda of the latest education necessary for clinicians to remain at the forefront of the industry. Join other leaders in the field and learn how you can provide your patients with the most cutting-edge care while effectively capitalizing upon the industry’s evolving demands. It’s not too late to register for this unmissable advanced in-person educational experience.


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