CUCF Windsor, 2021

On September 27, the Cutera University Clinical Forum (CUCF) took place at the Castle Hotel in Windsor.

The event opened with a quick introduction from Cutera’s UK and Ireland country manager Tim Taylor who, expressed his hopes for a great day of education on Cutera’s various aesthetic devices.

Aesthetic practitioner Dr Tatiana Lapa began the morning session with a discussion on a new layered approach to skin rejuvenation which included a live demonstration of the Secret Pro radiofrequency microneedling device. She outlined the treatment protocol for using the device as well as explaining patient case studies from pigmentation issues, acne scarring and sun damage with different ages being shown.

A talk on ‘Capitalising on Patient Demand with Radiofrequency Microneedling’ by aesthetic practitioner Dr David Eccleston took place next, followed by aesthetic practitioner Dr Julia Sevi who discussed energy-based skincare combinations. Dr Sevi outlined her own patients’ skin journeys using a combination of the Cutera devices along with the SkinCeuticals skincare protocol. She explained, “Consistency and commitment are key. Writing a plan for your patient is ideal as they will see an improvement in their skin.” A Q&A session ended the morning section of the event.

After an hour lunch break, the afternoon kicked off with Dr Tapan Patel speaking on ‘Filling the Gap with Injectable Treatments’. He outlined his own experiences when choosing a device for his clinic and to look for quality rather than price when making a decision. Business coach Alan Adams shared his business tips for building and running a million-pound clinic, whilst Dr Nestor Demosthenous spoke on full body transformation using the Cutera truSculpt iD. A live demonstration was also incorporated into his talk.

The final talk was by aesthetic practitioner Dr Anna Hemming who outlined her considerations when introducing aesthetic devices into your clinic and her own experiences in doing this.

A final Q&A session ended the event. 

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