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Internationally renowned leaders in aesthetic medicine and aesthetic surgery teach small groups of doctors core and advanced techniques in non-surgical and innovative surgical cosmetic procedures. These exciting, intensive, hands-on certification training courses inspire physicians and surgeons who travel from all over the world to attend. Direct instruction, live surgery, and post-course mentorship from world-leading faculty offer a unique learning experience and continued support following the courses.


ASIA


2013 upcoming hands-on worldwide training courses KUALA LUMPUR-MALAYSIA MUMBAI-INDIA BANGKOK-THAILAND


EUROPE DUBLIN-IRELAND BOLOGNA-ITALY SOFIA-BULGARIA LISBON-PORTUGAL


Module 1. Botulinum toxins and fillers: Essentials


Module 5. Botulinum toxins, fillers, and stimulators: Advanced


Module 11a. Ultrasound-assisted (VASER) body contouring: Introduction and basic applications


Module 11b. Master course in ultrasound-assisted body contouring & breast fat grafting


View programmes and dates online at www.ecamedicine.com


Always register early—Spaces extremely limited. Become a Member of the European College of Aesthetic Medicine and Surgery today


Module 12. Master course in suture (thread) lifting techniques


Module 16. Master course in breast augmentation (Rebelo technique)


Module 17. Master course in face lift and blepharoplasty under local anaethesia


Module 18. Master course in rhinoplasty: refined techniques


SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF ANY MODULE CONSTITUTES PART-FULFILLMENT OF REQUIREMENTS FOR FELLOWSHIP OF EUROPEAN COLLEGE OF AESTHETIC MEDICINE AND SURGERY


EC AM


European College S of Aesthetic Medicine & Surgery


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