Aesthetic device manufacturer Cutera had its first medical advisory board meeting take place on April 22.
The meeting took place at the Marriott County Hall in Westminster. The meeting saw a live discussion on the board’s experience and general approach for optimising the brand’s Secret RF and Secret PRO technology, reviewing case studies and data produced by members, explains Cutera.
The panel included aesthetic practitioners Dr Tapan Patel, Dr Tatiana Lapa, Dr Rishi Mandavia, Dr Anna Hemming, Dr David Eccleston, Dr Nestor Demosthenous, Dr Preema Vig, Dr Sabika Karim and ENT consultant and facial plastic surgeon Mr Kambiz Golchin.
Leighannah Tickner, UK and Ireland country manager, commented, “We are delighted to have held the very first Cutera UK Medical Advisory Board meeting, which was designed to receive field-based feedback from our UK-based key opinion leaders. We were honoured to have such a wealth of knowledge and experience around the table, and the team thoroughly enjoyed obtaining in-depth practitioner perspectives and field-based insights on optimising and pushing the boundaries with this market-leading technology.”