Wigmore Medical’s first exclusive open day for 2017 took place at the Royal Society of Medicine on April 4.
Delegates could choose to attend between two CPD-certified agendas that ran parallel throughout the day.
The Merz Aesthetics agenda featured masterclasses on facial assessments and injection techniques with aesthetic practitioner Dr Tahera Bhojani-Lynch, who also provided live demonstrations.
The other agenda featured an Invasix session with Neil Wolfenden, managing director of Invasix and InMode on the latest in body contouring technology; a Cooltech system session with area export manager for Cocoon Medical, Marie-Charlotte Bez on cryolipolysis for localised fat reduction; a fractional radiofrequency talk by aesthetic practitioner Dr Gunjan Bedi, and a Vaniqa session by director of JVO Consultancy and dermatology educator Julie Van Onselen, who discussed this treatment for facial hair removal.
The learning continued throughout the evening, with presentations dedicated to the science and technology behind ZO Skin Health from Rick Woodin, vice president of global research and development.
The day concluded with a drinks reception and networking event for delegates to enjoy.
“We were delighted to confirm such a strong itinerary for the day with revered speakers throughout,” said Raffi Eghiayan, director of marketing and business development at Wigmore Medical. He added, “We pride ourselves on ensuring Wigmore’s customers have access to the latest techniques and innovations and the content on offer to delegates was truly thought-provoking. We were honoured to have had Rick Woodin fly over from the US to host an evening with the brand and discuss their latest innovations. It’s set to be an exciting year for Wigmore Medical and it’s always brilliant to see so many in attendance to the Open Days.”