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Aesthetic Medicine Meeting Set for May 9-11

The 14th Annual Music City SCALE meeting featuring up to 22 hours of CME for medical practitioners is set for May 9-11 at the Music City Center.

Designed for physicians and other clinicians interested in aesthetic medicine, the 2019 Symposium for Cosmetic Advances & Laser Education (SCALE) will cover a variety of topics including special tracks on cosmetic, medical and industry topics. Specific plenary lectures and panel discussions include symposiums on acne, hair, atopic dermatitis and psoriasis, in addition to sessions on energy-based devices, full field vs. fractional lasers, cosmeceuticals, new and emerging treatments of keloids and excessive scarring, anatomic region rejuvenation and practice management. There are also a number of live demonstrations including injection demos by Brian S. Biesman, MD, and laser demos by Michael Gold, MD, co-founders of the SCALE event. A product theatre, exhibit hall and networking opportunities with colleagues from across the United States round out the 2019 meeting schedule.

In addition, the Cadaver Head Dissection Workshop will be held on Thursday, May 9 from 9:30 am-12:30 pm at the Cambria Hotel. There is an additional fee and pre-registration is required for this unique full face surgical anatomy and injection course. Participants will gain hands-on experience during the last 90 minutes of the workshop. There is also a two-part course, Lasers 101, offered at the Hilton Hotel on Thursday morning and Friday afternoon at no additional cost, but pre-registration is required.

Music City SCALE is presented by the Tennessee Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery. To review the agenda or register for the upcoming conference, go online to


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