ASLMS Laser Aesthetics Course Coming to California in November
The American Society for Lasers in Medicine and Surgery will host its 9 th annual Laser Aesthetics Course at the Beckman Laser Institute in Irvine, California on November 10-11, 2018.
The weekend course is designed for physicians, clinicians, scientists, and industry professionals who use or are investigating the use of lasers and other energy-based technologies. It will feature new ways to use ablative lasers to achieve optimal results for skin rejuvenation, acne scarring and complex vascular malformations, plus several newer devices and techniques that combine ablative and nonablative technologies. The newest picosecond devices will be compared for optimal treatment of pigmented lesions. The use of photodynamic therapy to treat skin conditions will also be explored. The course finishes up with a video demonstration and discussion of end points.
Instructors include Emil A. Tanghetti, MD, E. Victor Ross, MD, Gerald N. Goldberg, MD, and course director J. Stuart Nelson, MD, PhD.
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