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May 4-7: 12th Annual SCALE Meeting Will Include New Psoriasis Session


The Tennessee Society for Laser Medicine & Surgery, Inc. (TSLMS) invites you to the 12th annual meeting of SCALE, Symposium for Cosmetic Advances & Laser Education, on May 4-7, 2017 at Music City Center.

This regional dermatological and aesthetic surgical meeting will showcase the current trends in surgical and aesthetic techniques. There will be a two-hour acne session and a newly added psoriasis session. The meeting will feature some of the most distinguished acne doctors in the country and they will address the latest in combination therapies and treatments.

TSLMS has become a leading organization in the U.S. for dermatologic and aesthetic surgery. Course directors Brian Biesman, MD, and Michael Gold, MD, ensure the 12th annual meeting will be an outstanding educational and social event. They honored to have the following visiting faculty members:

  • Mathew Avram, MD, JD
  • Diane Berson, MD, FAAD
  • Suneel Chilukuri, MD, FAAD
  • Pat Clark , PHD, CLMSO
  • David Cohen, MD, MPH
  • Joel Cohen, MD
  • Jody Comstock, MD
  • Doris Day, MD
  • Julius Few, MD, FACS
  • Michael Ghalili, DDS, MSD
  • Dore Gilbert, MD
  • David Goldberg, MD, JD
  • Jeremy Green, MD
  • Julie Harper, MD
  • Leon Kircik, MD
  • Alan Menter, MD
  • Jami Miller, MD
  • Mark Nestor, MD, PHD
  • Chris Robb, MD, PHD
  • Linda Stein Gold, MD
  • Carl Thornfeldt, MD, FAAD
  • Randolph Waldman, MD
  • Margaret Weiss, MD, FAAD
  • Robert Weiss, MD
  • Michael Zanolli, MD

Please make your plans now to join dermatologists, plastic surgeons and aestheticians from all over the country at TSLMS's 12th Annual SCALE meeting. For more information and registration, please visit


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