Three-day interactive conference to showcase new trendsetting techniques and research in aesthetic plastic surgery

Aesthetic Plastic Surgery: The Next Generation Symposium will be held from December 4-6 at the Waldorf Astoria, announces Z. Paul Lorenc, MD, FACS, New York aesthetic plastic surgeon and Chairman of the APSSNY.

The CME-accredited three-day interactive conference, held at the Waldorf Astoria in Manhattan, will showcase the latest trendsetting techniques and research in aesthetic plastic surgery in both surgical and non-surgical procedures, including semi-permanent fillers, the next generation of lasers, the future of stem cells in aesthetic medicine, and new developments in botulism toxins.

“This cutting-edge program is the gold standard for cosmetic surgeons, providing industry leading information for anyone in the aesthetic beauty industry. It continually attracts the top talent in the field,” says Dr. Lorenc. “Our focus is to offer practical tips and solutions, to educate physicians on important topics, and to facilitate an open exchange of ideas.”

The course is designed for aesthetic plastic surgeons of all levels and experience who want to increase knowledge of the most up to date, innovative trends and procedures.

Participants will have the opportunity to observe, interact and learn innovative tips from some of the foremost and highly respected leaders in the aesthetic plastic surgery field, such as Renalto Saltz, MD, FACS, President of the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, Jeffrey M. Kenkel, MD, FACS, Director of the Clinical Center for Cosmetic Laser Treatment, and Neil Sadick, MD, of Sadick Dermatology, plus many other internationally acclaimed plastic surgeons and dermatologists.

Hot topics, clinical research presentations, panel discussions, interactive workshops, and surgeon-narrated live surgical procedures include; controversies of awake breast enhancement, fact vs fiction surrounding body shaping energy-based devices, what’s new and in the pipeline for dermal fillers, and innovations in neurotoxins.

On December 3, a press conference will kick off the conference with a panel of leading plastic surgeons presenting on the key trends; “Introduction To The Mesh Facelift And Novel Techniques For Décolleté Rejuvenation” (by Dr. Lorenc); “The Role of Cosmetic Medicine and Medical Spas in Aesthetic Plastic Surgery” (by Dr. Saltz); “Emerging Technologies in Energy Based Devices” (by Dr. Kenkel), and “The Future of Stem Cells in Aesthetic and Reconstructive Surgery” (by Dr. J. Peter Rubin).

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