CCR provides the central hub for exhibitors and organisations of both the surgical and non-surgical disciplines.
Training provider Anatomy and Aesthetics has introduced a two-day cadaver anatomy course at the Royal College of Surgeons in Edinburgh.
CCR 2020 is firmly in the diary. It’s the first opportunity for the aesthetics specialty to come together, and preparation to deliver a safe and successful meeting is well under way.
A new training company called Anatomy and Aesthetics has been launched by aesthetic nurse and Aesthetics Media’s clinical advisory board member Jackie Partridge as well as consultant maxillofacial and cleft lip palate surgeon Mr Mark Devlin, and consultant oral and maxillofacial surgeon Mr Jeff Downie.
Aesthetic training provider Cosmetic Courses is now offering a one-day cadaver facial anatomy course.
On November 25 and 26, HA-Derma, IBSA’s UK and Ireland exclusive distributor and training provider, invited practitioners to St George’s University Hospital in London for a training session on full facial anatomy and dissection.
On October 3-5, surgeons and researchers educated delegates on ergonomic implants at the fifth world symposium hosted by manufacturer Motiva Implants.
French injectable manufacturer Laboratoires VIVACY has opened a subsidiary in the UK.
A study has suggested that retrobulbar hyaluronidase injection is unlikely to alleviate vision loss caused by hyaluronic acid (HA) filler injections.
The International Association for Prevention of Complications in Aesthetic Medicine (IAPCAM) is holding a fresh cadaver wet lab course the day before its conference in September.