The Milan-based G. Sanvenero Rosselli foundation headed by prof. Riccardo Mazzola organised this time a course dedicated to low-invasive face treatments.
Skin rejuvenation using microfat, SNIF and nanofat techniques as well as minimum invasive treatments. The 61st practical and theoretical course with live treatments. Ageing is one of the fundamental issues in contemporary society. Rejuvenation techniques for the face that are the subject of this course improve the final effect of the treatment as well as its durability, while reducing its drawbacks. The present trend in treatments entails the use of less invasive procedures with a lower number of cuts so as to achieve natural effects. The topic of the course was the adaptation of the volume of the central part of the face with the aid of various types of fat transplants (microfat, SNIF, emulsion, SNIE, ultra-nano) along with peripheral rejuvenation by way of facelifting that is as minimally-invasive as possible, related to the SMAS Flap. Dr Serra Renom, a special guest of the course, stressed just how important safety ins in the treatment of such patients.
Between the 10th and the 12th, Poznań hosted the 17th meeting of the Polish Society of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery. For the first time, the meeting included a symposium of the International Society of Plastic Surgery (ISAPS).
June 7th and 8th saw Verona hosting the International Face and Nose Anatomy Course „Beauty of the face”. The course was organised for 15 persons, the lecturers were: Dr Natale Gontijo de Amorim, Dr Riccardo Mazzola, Dr Gino Rigotti, Dr Enrico Robotti, Dr Andrea Sbarbati, Dr Peter Palhazi.
AESTHETICMED is the best in Poland private clinic of plastic surgery by the weekly magazine “WPROST” (No. 19, 2006)
07 – 21 November 2015
President of the Association of Polish Architects of the Szczecin Branch, Marek Orłowski thanked for financial support, thanks to which the exhibition “Heritage of French Cities” was presented as part of this year’s Festival.
The ranking was commissioned by Newsweek Poland to the Association for Healthcare Quality Promotion in Poland. Not only numbers and types of surgeries performed, but also service quality and hospitalization standards were taken into consideration.