Welcome to the annual A2 TRADE Magazine for 2019. This is our magazine created for those in the medical and professional aesthetic industry only (not available to the consumer or patient).
All feature content of this issue is focused on all the latest innovations, techniques and trends in the South African aesthetics industry, for the sole purpose of educating and informing all medical professionals in this field.
How am I reading this??
Thanks for asking :) We provide this A2 Trade Magazine at local medical congresses in South Africa (within the aesthetics industry).
We also have soft copies available for doctors to download for free and read on any device (including your computer).
How can I get a hard copy?
You will receive a free copy when you attend any of the below congresses:
- AMCSA 2019 (Aesthetic Medicine Congress of SA)
- DDS 2019 (Digital Dentistry SA)
- Cosmedica 2019 (Cosmetic Medicine Society of SA)
- Derma + SADPAS 2019 (Dermatology Congress of SA)
- APRASSA 2019 (Association of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons of SA)
- ISAPS 2020 (International Society of Plastic Surgery)
- SACIM 2020 (South African Congress of Integrative Medicine)
Ps. Because we only print one trade mag a year, stock is limited and we advise doctors to keep their copies in a keepsakes space.
How can I get a soft copy to read on any device?
That’s easy! Doctors and Medical Professionals can download the Magzter App from your iTunes or Play stores. Once you’ve got the app, search “A2 Trade Magazine”– and our free trade magazine should pop up. Doctors will need to sign up and log in to be able to get the free digital copy.
Enjoy this issue of A2 Trade Magazine and we are looking forward to our next one coming out in June 2020.
In this issue:
The Consulting Room: You & Your Practice
- Training and Frontline Staff – Gabriella Cirillo imparts valuable tips on how to successfully build your brand.
- Your Beauty Business Growth Tool – Christina Bowman discusses how diagnostic equipment can boost your business.
- IV Nutrient Therapy: Administer with Cautio. Dr Cobus van Niekerk advises on how to administer IV nutrient therapy responsibly and safely.
- Ethics in Aesthetics – as exciting a new career in aesthetics medicine may be, it is essential for doctors to practice with the four ethical principles as their guideline, by Dr Anushka Reddy.
Aesthetic & Anti-Ageing Modalities
- Full Disclosure Disclaimers and medical aesthetic influencers, by Sally Harvey.
- Treating the Tear Trough – winning the battle against under-eye circles, by Dr Tracey Bergstrom.
- Lower Face Rejuvenation with HA Fillers – using a comprehensive range of HA fillers that are well suited for this region, by Dr Ishaan Ramkisson.
- Can Weight Loss Help Influence Better Outcomes in Diabetes? By losing weight, patients with type 2 diabetes can recover and maintain control over blood glucose concentrations.
- Well-Rounded – approaching cortisol the holistic way, by Mandy Collins.
- Cause & Effect – Non Melanoma Skin Cancer, Diagnosis and Treatment, by Dr Dagmar Whitaker.
- Repairing Ageing Skin: a potential life-saver. Dr Sly Nedic examines the latest study on ageing skin repair, while explaining the implications.
- The Power of Platelets Compels You – Dr Shahien Dollie reviews the use of PRP therapy in aesthetic dermatology.
- A first-line therapy for external genital warts. A look at a topical treatment that patients can use in the comfort of their own home post-consultation with their doctor.
Surgical Procedures & Dental Techniques
- When to Put Down the Scalpel – at what point do senior surgeons decide it is time to bow out gracefully? By Paola Chellew.
- The Four Hotlines Addressing male aesthetics, by Dr Vernon Ching.
- The Single Dark Tooth – how to treat the discolouration of a single tooth with vital bleaching, by Dr Amit Patel and Tanvi Bagtharia.
- The rise of Artificial Intelligence in dentistry, by Dr André Roux.
ALSO IN THIS ISSUE
- Meet the Team: A2’s Expert Panel and Contributors
- Can a ‘Nice’ Doctor Make Treatments More Effective? Connecting with patients doesn’t just make them think someone cares. It can make a difference for health outcomes.
- Premium Classifieds