Galderma webinar postponed to March 11

Due to unforeseen circumstances, The Anatomy of the Smile Webinar sponsored by pharmaceutical company Galderma has been postponed until March 11.

We apologise for any inconvenience and to those who have made time to register. All registrations and your DocCheck remain valid and therefore you will not be required to complete anything further in order for you to access the webinar on the new date. 

If you were not already registered, click here to login/register with Aesthetics and update your Communications Preferences to ‘Get communication from Aesthetics regarding carefully chosen partners of Aesthetics in the industry‘ to be notified of updates regarding the new webinar in March and details of how to register, if you have not done so already.

The Anatomy of the Smile Webinar is only for doctors, surgeons, nurses and dentists with a valid professional licence. You must submit your licence and proof of identity certificates to DocCheck in advance of the webinar by clicking here. You must have registered with DocCheck by March 7 to attend the webinar. 

Galderma will be applying for CPD accreditation for the webinar with the aim that you will be awarded CPD points for your participation in the event in March. We will send all registered delegates reminder emails closer to the time regarding the new date.

The webinar will explore treatment of the perioral area, featuring the following speakers:

· Mr Jeff Downie: consultant oral and maxillofacial surgeon – discussing the anatomy of the smile

· Mr Mark Devlin: consultant maxillofacial and cleft lip and palate surgeon – discussing the anatomy of the smile

· Jackie Partridge: independent nurse prescriber – lip injection demonstration

· Professor Bob Khanna: aesthetic practitioner – on how to build your business with a smile

We look forward to sharing the webinar with you in March. If you have any questions please email [email protected].

The webinar will take place from 7-9pm and will be sponsored by Galderma.

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