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May 10-12: Music City SCALE Symposium


 

Hosted by the Tennessee Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery, the 13th Annual Symposium for Cosmetic Advances & Laser Education (SCALE) is set for May 10-12 at the Music City Center.

Dr. Brian Biesman and Dr. Michael Gold have put together an educational event led by a faculty of leading laser and aesthetic experts. In addition to educational sessions, the symposium includes live patient workshops and an exhibit hall with leading members of the industry.

Topics include:

  • Cadaver Head Dissection/Facial Anatomy Course
  • Lasers and Energy Based Devices
  • Acne Symposium and Expert Panel
  • Psoriasis Symposium and Expert Panel
  • Scar and Wound Healing
  • Medical Dermatology
  • Vascular Concerns
  • Home Based Devices
  • Hair Symposium
  • Atopic Dermatitis & Chronic Skin Disease
  • Symposium and Expert Panel
  • Non-invasive Body Contouring
  • Skin Tightening
  • Nutrition and Skin Health
  • Complications
  • PDT and Light Therapy
  • Skin Resurfacing with Lasers
  • Practice Management
  • Cosmeceuticals and Skin Care Dispensing
  • Anatomic Region Rejuvenation

For more information or to register, go online to TNLaserSociety.com

 
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