Trade Article: The 14th Aesthetic Medicine Congress Of South Africa (AMCSA 2019)

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*A2 Magazine is a Media Sponsor of this congress*

Following 13 years of very successful AMCSA congresses and 1 World Congress of Aesthetic Medicine in 2013, we are still excited about the next events.

The 14th Aesthetic Medicine Congress of South Africa will be hosted again at the CSIR ICC in Pretoria from 27 – 29 June 2019, a venue that has become synonymous with our congress and offering the perfect facilities for our specific needs of practical, lectures and exhibition.

The AMCSA congress remains one of the most important meetings on the aesthetic medical calendar.

The main purpose and focus has remained the same since the start of the 1st congress and that is to bring high quality & international standard education to Southern Africa for the medical profession.

The congress organising committee collaborates with international meetings to ensure that the standard of scientific and practical education in the field of aesthetic medicine remains up to date and relevant to the fast-growing pace world-wide.

Our collaboration with the AAMSSA (Aesthetic & Anti-aging Medicine Society of South Africa) has been strengthened this year with a more potent working relationship, especially with regards to the program contents.

Our scientific committee is now also reinforced by members of the AAMSSA to ensure that the program remains relevant, high quality and scientific.

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More news is that this year we also welcome the FACDC (Facial Aesthetics & Cosmetic Dentistry Conference) that have decided to join AMCSA and will host a full day symposium for Aesthetic Dentistry.

This will be the 1st year where we have this beautiful merging of aesthetic medicine and aesthetic dentistry.

We believe this will be very beneficial for all parties and also give the opportunity for these two industries to network and for colleagues to meet each other.

What is new in the aesthetic medical part is that we will host the first INJECTION MARATHON. This is a remarkable practical learning opportunity chaired by Prof Alessio Redaelli and Dr Yves Saban, whom both have hosted this event in other countries successfully. Now we will have it in our country at AMCSA 2019.

The AMCSA 2019 congress will ensure to address the needs of doctors in this industry to enhance their scientific as well as practical skills.

AMCSA remains a pivotal, and exciting, event attended by doctors involved in:

  • aesthetic medicine,
  • anti-aging, preventative or integrative medicine,
  • general practices,
  • dermatologists,
  • plastic surgeons,
  • dentists, weight related fields of medicine,
  • other medical specialties such as gynaecology, endocrinology, maxillofacial surgeons and others.

The focus of the congress for 2019 will include the latest aesthetic & anti-aging medical topics, research, launches, skills and also new fields of aesthetic and anti-aging medicine that complements the industry.

AMCSA 2019 will educate doctors in a high quality scientific program complimented by practical workshops and a spectacular, like usual, trade exhibition where the leading companies showcase their products and devices.

The trade exhibition features all the leading companies, distributors and products in the industry. AMCSA 2019 offers a complete platform for education, skills enhancement, business networking and inspiration. Certainly the most stimulating and time-efficient business event for both doctors and trade.

We hope to welcome all again at AMCSA 2019!

Get in touch

Website: www.aesthmed.co.za

ORGANISING COMMITTEE CHAIRPERSON

Laura Hartman

Cell: 27 82 469 3926

laura@aesthmed.co.za

ORGANISING COMMITTEE

Petro Engelbrecht

Tel: 27 12 548 0725

petro@aesthmed.co.za

Karin Roode

Speakers and Demonstrations Management

Tel: 27 12 567 1313

karin@aesthmed.co.za

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Rochelle is co-owner of A2 Aesthetic & Anti-Ageing Magazine - she looks after A2's Blog and the Sales & Marketing for A2 Magazine. Follow her on twitter by clicking the birdy on the top right of this block.

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