Join renowned plastic surgeon Mr Ali Ghanem to discuss the rebirth of CO2, its renewed power in the industry and why you should position your practice for growth with the gold standard technology.
CO2 lasers are proven solutions for skin resurfacing, wrinkle and scar reduction, pigmentation, minor dermal incisions, and excisions. Although they remain the current gold-standard for tissue rejuvenation, prolonged periods of downtime often reduce client conversion for this treatment – until now. In this webinar, Mr Ali Ghanem will introduce you to the revolutionary coolpeel technology and how you can use this technology to reach traditionally untouched patient demographics with CO2.
Find out in the webinar how with CO2 you can have incomparable treatment flexibility that can help your practice grow.
Register here; https://app.livestorm.co/aesthetics-and-ccr/the-rebirth-of-co2?type=detailed
Regenerative medicine expert Mr Ali Ghanem MD PhD FRCS (Plast) is a multi-award winning aesthetic plastic surgeon and aesthetic doctor, recognised amongst his peers as one of the most gifted and skillful individuals in these fields.
Mr Ali Ghanem’s expertise is not limited to the field of surgical, laser, and injectable aesthetic treatments, Mr Ghanem is in fact one of the world’s leading specialists in the innovative new area of regenerative medicine and stem cell treatments.
As Medical Director of the highly esteemed Ghanem Clinic London – Bahrain, Rae Clinic London, and the Cranley Clinic London, Mr Ali’s broad expertise in the field of aesthetic medicine means he remains at the forefront of his field and is always looking to introduce excellent technologies into his clinics, SmartXide is his 20th innovation introduced into his clinic in the UK.
Dr Sam Hills (PhD) is the Clinical Director at Lynton and she oversees the Lynton Clinical and Training Program.
In 2017 Sam was appointed as an Honorary Lecturer in the Department of Musculoskeletal and Dermatological Sciences at The University of Manchester, in recognition for her ongoing contribution to the University of Manchester’s ‘Anti-Ageing and Aesthetic Medicine’ MSc course. Before joining Lynton, she completed a degree in Physics, followed by a PhD in Physics and Pharmaceutical Sciences, working in the field of light-responsive drug delivery.