CCR will be making its debut at ExCeL London on October 14 and 15.
Set to welcome over 3,500 attendees, 150 brands, and more than 120 speakers, CCR remains the only platform in the UK that unites the surgical and non-surgical communities. The two-day event will focus on the latest trends, developments and innovations in aesthetics through live demonstrations and thought-provoking content delivered by leading industry experts. CCR will deliver two full days of education, all of which is CPD certified covering everything from the latest in non-surgical innovations, to surgical procedures across the body, breast and eyes, business guidance and insight from practitioners with successful brands and businesses, to symposiums from some of the industry’s leading brands.
The Non-Surgical Arena
The Non-Surgical Arena will host a packed agenda bringing the non-surgical agenda to life. Highlights include a 25-year celebration of Restylane with facial aesthetics trainers Miss Priya Chadha and Miss Lara Watson and a focus on Sculptra delivered by Dr Munir Somji from Headline Sponsor Galderma. New for 2021, The ACE Group World, will be delivering a half-day complications programme. Dr Beatriz Molina, founder of IAPCAM discusses complications related to lips with a focus on vascular occlusions whilst renowned trainer, ENT surgeon, and famous for his non-surgical rhinoplasty, Mr Ash Labib, speaks about complications arising from treating the nose with a specific focus on hyaluronidase. Additional speakers include nurse prescriber Liz Bardolph, Dr David Eccleston, Dr Xavier Goodarzian, Dr Steve Tristram, Dr Martyn King, nurse prescriber Helena Collier, Mrs Sabrina Shah-Desai and Dr Harryono Judodihardjo.
The Non-Surgical Arena also features Professor Bob Khanna to discuss radiofrequency whilst Dr Daniel Cassuto will discuss Balanced Facial Healing. Dr Nestor Demosthenous will discuss non-surgical biosculpting, consultant ophthalmologist and oculoplastic surgeon, Mr Daniel Ezra will discuss the topical subject of hyaluronidase for filler reversals and Dr Sophie Shotter focuses on how to avoid unfavourable outcomes from toxins. Additional top UK practitioners to watch out for include Dr Marwa Ali, Dr Raul Cetto, Dr Raj Thethi, Dr Nicola Zerbinati and Dr Abhinay Settipalli all with their own expert approaches to the non-surgical agenda.
“CCR 2021 will comprise of an enormously diverse programme of speakers and topics which have been curated specifically to inform, fascinate, motivate and inspire audiences. We can’t wait to once again welcome back our delegates to enjoy this programme, which sets us apart from other expos and places us firmly at the forefront of the industry”
Courtney Baldwin, Event Manager, CCR
The Surgical Arena
The Surgical Arena will deliver a packed programme of content focusing on cutting edge, innovative surgical procedures tailored to body, breast and eyes.
New for 2021, the ISAPS Symposium UK will take place each morning in the Arena and feature global leaders in aesthetic plastic surgery reviewing contemporary techniques in body contouring. The faculty of speakers include Mr Mark Soldin, Dr Nina Schwaiger, Dr Pouria Moradi, Dr Kourosh Tavakoli, Dr Sheila Nazarian, Dr Christopher Khorsandi and Mr Dan Marsh. The Surgical agenda continues each afternoon with a focus on breast (October 14) and eyes (October 15). Highlights include consultant plastic surgeon,
Mr Reza Nassab, who will be discussing Breast Augmentation: Aligning Patient Expectations and Reality. Consultant ophthalmic and oculoplastic surgeon Miss Elizabeth Hawkes will speak on the topic of Upper Eyelid Blepharoplasty and The Importance of the Skin Crease. Pioneering Expert in periorbital surgery Mrs Sabrina Shah-Desai will discuss Treatments for Severe Festoons, consultant plastic and reconstructive surgeon Mr Sotirios Foutsizoglou will discuss Functional and Aesthetic Complications following Lower Eyelid Blepharoplasty, and also speaking will be reconstructive aesthetic surgeon Mr Ernesto Azzopardi.
In Practice Theatre
The In Practice Theatre will deliver a programme of highly informative discussions and ensure clinic owners and managers are better equipped to make their practices and clinics a great success. Hosting a discussion about patient relations, Dr Ifeoma Ejikeme will lead conversations with Dr Tahera Bhojani-Lynch and Dr Amiee Vyas about inclusivity from racial and gender perspectives. Dr Mayoni Gooneratne will chair wellness and psychological-focused discussions with Dr Bhavjit Kaur and Professor Brian Franks which will touch upon red flags, aesthetic wellness treatments and taking care of your own mental health and wellbeing. Danny Large will chair an interesting discussion about expanding treatment offerings, incorporating the expertise of Vanessa Bird, Dr Ingrid Wilson and pharmaceutical brand SkinCeuticals, who will discuss how to integrate skincare into your patient journey. Other presentations cover marketing and PR, patient safety and complications and career development, with highly respected speakers including aesthetic nurse Emma Coleman, Professor David Sines and Dr Anna Hemming.
Symposium & Live Demonstration Stage
Two packed days of content delivered by the world’s biggest brands and their KOLs takes place on the Symposium & Live Demonstration Stage. Highlights include the Allergan Lunchtime Takeovers with Miss Sherina Balaratnam and Dr Rashpal Singh, esteemed educator and innovator, Dr Arthur Swift who will deliver a Prollenium Symposium, and there will be additional Symposiums from Relife, Vivacy and Lumenis.
Additional events on the conference programme take place in the Gallery Room and include a half-day workshop, Getting Started in Aesthetics in partnership with Harley Academy featuring Dr Tristan Mehta and Dr Emily MacGregor (October 14) plus a one-day Anatomy and Cadaver video Masterclass delivered by industry guru Dr Tapan Patel (October 15).
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