About this event

  • Date and time Fri 22 Feb 2019 from 8:00am to 10:00pm
  • Location Royal Society of Medicine
  • Organised by RSM Professionals

The Royal Society of Medicine delighted to host the 11th annual RSM Aesthetics conference.

This meeting will bring together a multi-professional faculty and delegate community to identify and discuss the best options for aesthetic clinical care, with optional workshops running throughout the day.

Lectures will be led by twelve of the world's top aesthetic experts, with the plenary lecture given by an Ig Nobel Prize winner.

 

Workshops

Two workshop rotations will take place during the day. In order to participate delegates must also attend the conference, and book the workshops in advance.

Workshops are chargeable at £69 per person, with a maximum of 8 delegates per workshop.

Delegates must have GMC, NMC or GDC license –full and valid not provisional.

*tickets include tea, coffee and lunch.

Key speakers

Professor Karl Grammer

Coming from Austria, in 2015, he and Elisabeth Oberzaucher received the Ig Nobel Prize in mathematics for his work on Moulay Ismael.

Professor Andreas Katsambas

Emeritus Professor of Dermatology and Venereology at the University of Athens, Greece

Associate Professor Ivor Lim

Plastic Surgeon Singapore

Dr Raj Aquilla

Aesthetic Physician & Facial Aesthetics Trainer  U.K. 

Dr. Albina Kajaia

MD. Dermatologist, Georgia.

Dr George Sulamanidze

Plastic surgeon, Georgia.

Dr Ines Verner

Dermatologist, Israel.  

Professor Bob Khanna

Cosmetic Dentist & Facial Aesthetics Trainer  U.K.

Agenda

View the programme

Registration, tea and coffee
Optional symposium by CALECIM: Seminar suite The safety and efficacy of red deer umbilical cord extract cream for facial rejuvenation

Dr Mitchel Goldman, Dermatologist, San Diego

Welcome and introduction

Dr Christopher Rowland Payne, Consultant Dermatologist, London and Dr Patrick Treacy, Chairman of Organising Committee, Aesthetics Meeting at the Royal Society of Medicine, Dublin, Ireland

 

Evolutionary aesthetics and human beauty

Professor Karl Grammer, Emeritus Professor at the Institute of Evolutionary Anthropology, University of Vienna

Facial anatomy and eyes

Dr Christopher Rowland Payne, Consultant Dermatologist, London and Dr Patrick Treacy, Chairman,
Organising Committee, Royal Society of Medicine Aesthetics, Dublin, Ireland and Mrs Sabrina Shah-Desai, Aesthetic Oculoplastic Surgeon

Facial anatomy

Mr Adel Fattah, Consultant Plastic and Cosmetic Surgeon, Manchester

Eyelid rejuvenation

Mr Jonathan Britto, Consultant Plastic and Craniofacial Surgeon, London and Past President, Plastic Surgery Section, Royal Society of Medicine

New permanent thread-lift: The 10 steps that brought me to advanced results

Dr Jean-Paul Foumenteze, Aesthetic Doctor, Cannes, France

Challenges in restoring facial harmony in oncologic and inflammatory conditions

Mr Michael Ho, Consultant Maxillofacial and Head and Neck Surgeon, Leeds Teaching Hospitals

How a flesh eating bug caused me to require an autologous partial face transplant

Ms Donna Corden, Patient and Ms Lindsey McEnroe, Clinical Director and Senior Aesthetic Nurse, True You Skin Clinics 

Discussion
Tea and coffee break

Complications

Chair: Mr Jeff Downie, Consultant Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon, Facial Aesthetic and Reconstructive Surgery, Ross Hall Hospital, Glasgow and Dr Sotiris Tsioumas, President of Aesthetic Medicine, University of Camerino, Greece

Twenty year history of aesthetic complications

Dr Patrick Treacy, Chairman of Organising Committee, Aesthetics Meeting at the Royal Society of Medicine, Dublin, Ireland

 

Facial anatomy from the surface to the bone

Mr Jeff Downie, Consultant Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon, Facial Aesthetic and Reconstructive Surgery, Glasgow

 

How dermal fillers caused me to require an autologous partial face transplant: My many faces

Mrs Carol Bryan, Patient, Advocate and Public Speaker, and Founder, Saving Face Initiative, USA

Complications in Botulinum Toxin

Professor Andreas Katsambas, Emeritus Professor of Dermatology and Venereology, University of Athens, Greece

Complications in contourplasty

Dr Albina Kajaia, Dermatologist and Chief, Dermatology Department, Tbilisi, Georgia

 

Discussion

Concurrent small groups workshops

All workshops must be pre-booked at an additional cost - Maximum of 8 delegates per workshop

A - Chemical peels

Dr Uliana Gout, Cosmetic Physician, London

G - Live demonstrations of non-surgical face lift – threads vs. fillers

Mr George Sulimanidze, Plastic Surgeon and
Specialist in Aesthetic Medicine, Georgia and Dr Albina Kajaia, Dermatologist and Chief, Dermatology Department, Tbilisi, Georgia

 

D - Fillers for beginners

Dr Souphiyeh Samizadeh, Visiting Associate Professor, Great British Academy of Aesthetic Medicine

Lunch
Optional symposium by Perf-Action: Seminar suite Evolution of facial aesthetics dermal remodelling: The Enerjet 2.0 technology

Mr Ali M Ghanem, Clinical Senior Lecturer in Plastic Surgery, Queen Mary University of London and Consultant Aesthetic in Plastic Surgeon, Cranley Clinic London

Optional symposium by Ultra V: Training suite - Title to be confirmed

Dr Han Jin Kwon, Cosmetic Surgeon. South Korea and CEO, ULTRA V

Latest trends in beautification procedures and variations in technique with ethnicity

Chair: Dr Harryono Judodihardjo, Dermatologist, Belgravia Dermatology Limited, London and Mr David Hicks, Wigmore Medical, London

Thread lifting, expectation and reality – doctor patient perspective

Dr George Sulimanidze, Plastic Surgeon and Specialist in Aesthetic Medicine, Georgia

Latest in radiofrequency and scarring

Dr Ines Verner, Dermatologist, Verner Clinic, University of Rome Giuglielmo Marconi

 

Latest treatments from Korea

Dr Han Jin Kwon, Cosmetic Surgeon. South Korea and CEO, ULTRA V

 

Latest trends in chemical peels

Dr Uliana Gout, Cosmetic Physician, London

Latest trends in stem cells research

Associate Professor Ivor Lim, Plastic Surgeon and Group Chief Medical Officer, CellResearch Corporation, Singapore

Discussion

Concurrent small groups workshops

All workshops must be pre-booked at an additional cost - Maximum of 8 delegates per workshop

E - Fillers (advanced)

Professor Bob Khanna, Professor of Facial Aesthetics and Clinical Director, Dr Bob Khanna Training Institute and DrBK clinics

F - Hyaluronidase treatment and non surgical blepharoplasty

Dr Patrick Treacy, Chairman of Organising Committee, Aesthetics Meeting at the Royal Society of Medicine, Dublin, Ireland and Mrs Sabrina Shah-Desai, Director and Aesthetic Oculoplastic Surgeon, Perfect Eyes Ltd

 

B - Botulinum for beginners

Dr Raj Acquilla, UK Ambassador and Global Key Opinion Leader in Facial Medical Aesthetics

H - Botulinum (advanced)

Dr Vikram Swaminathan, Aesthetic Medicine Doctor, Private Sector

 

Tea and coffee break

Live injections demonstrations

Chair: Mr Paul Banwell, Consultant Plastic Surgeon, Sussex and Kent and Mr Jonathan Britto, Consultant Plastic and Craniofacial Surgeon, London and Past President, Plastic Surgery Section, Royal Society of Medicine

Profiloplasty

Professor Bob Khanna, Professor of Facial Aesthetics and Clinical Director, Dr Bob Khanna Training Institute and DrBK clinics

Live injection demonstration

Dr Raj Acquilla, UK Ambassador and Global Key Opinion Leader in Facial Medical Aesthetics

Discussion
Close of meeting
Drinks reception

Open to all attendees

Optional dinner

Pre-booked delegates/guests only

Behind the medical frontlines

Mr James Kliffen, Head of Fundraising, Médecins Sans Frontières UK and Doctors Without Borders UK

An insight to the movie 'Mountains of the moon'

Mr Patrick Bergin, Irish Film Actor

Fighting Poverty in Uganda by Helping Disadvantaged Children to Develop

Ms Yvonne Verhagen, Holland

Sponsors

Location

Royal Society of Medicine, 1 Wimpole St, Marylebone, London, W1G 0AE, United Kingdom

Other events of interest