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Aesthetic Medicine Conference - Monday, 12 April 2021
Bryanston Country Club
Your R650 ticket gives you access to:
Lunch and refreshments
An opportunity to learn, interact and exchange ideas
Access to a number of exhibition tabletop stands
A full day of insightful and not to be missed seminars by industry leaders
Aesthetic Medicine Conference Programme
9:30 Dr Anastasia Botha will be discussing some of the latest technology in skin injectable treatments that not only instantly plump and lift the skin but also have the ability to stimulate long-term collagen production.
- Dr Anastasia Botha.
10:15 Treatment of the delicate eye area can often be challenging and painful. This lecture will discuss rejuvenation of the periocular area and also include a demonstration.
- Adele Kruger
11:15 Equipment & technology is constantly evolving. This particular lecture looks at the types of technology that stimulates collagen production.
- Andrew Best.
11:45 There is a plethora of cosmetic ingredients available for use in cosmeceuticals. Dr Judey Pretorious focuses on the best ingredient that stimulate collagen production in the epidermis.
- Dr Judey Pretorious.
12:15 Good practice management can be challenging at the best of times but with the additional stresses of Covid 19 protocols, management of supplies and staff safety can be overwhelming. Lourette du Toit advises how she has manages to keep the practice running efficiently.
- Lourette du Toit.
14:00 The Skin Microbiome’s Role in Optimising Skin Health.
- Trevor Steyn.
14:30 Dr Michelle Westcott will be discussing and demonstrating the benefits of the Neogen Nitrogen plasma device and it’s applications for the aesthetic medical practitioner, especially in the peri-orbital area.
- Dr Michelle Westcott
15:30 We have all heard the saying, “you are what you eat”, Tabitha Hume will be discussing food supplementation that assists and enhances anti-aging internally.
- Tabitha Hume
16:00 Successful Mindset Shift. Much of what we learn in life is eternal and will never change, for instance that we need water and food for survival. But much of what we learn also becomes outdated, with an ever accelerating pace of change. This talk helps to develop a mindset that identifies how small changes in thinking and acting can result in living more effective better lives, raising our influence and achieve our objectives.
- Paul du Toit
**The organisers reserve the right to alter the conference programme and/or speaker line-up should unforeseen circumstances occur.