Sciton Adds New Dates to Bright Lights Big City Tour
Laser manufacturer Sciton is extending its Bright Lights Big City BBL Tour hosted by Dr. Patrick Bitter Jr., creator of the Fotofacial. The new 2018 events will start in early June in Fort Lauderdale, followed by Chicago, New York City and Austin, before making a last stop in Washington D.C. in November.
The seminars were created to help clinicians achieve optimal results with the company's BBL , a high energy output intense pulsed light device that offers multiple filters to address a variety of aesthetic concerns.
“One of my greatest passions is creating clearer, smoother, healthier, younger-looking skin for my patients with the Fotofacial treatments using BBL. And one of my greatest rewards is sharing how to best use BBL with my colleagues,” said Dr. Bitter. “Teaching my colleagues how to master BBL to get the same patient-pleasing results as I brings me great satisfaction.”
Upcoming seminars include:
June 2, Ft. Lauderdale, FL
July 28, Chicago
September 22, New York City
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