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GERMANY

Prof. Dr. Hans-Robert Metelmann
Universitätsmedizin Greifswald
Direktor, Klinik und Poliklinik für Mund-Kiefer-Gesichtschirurgie/
Plastische Operationen
Ferdinand-Sauerbruch-Straße
17475 Greifswald, Germany
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Dampierre, France
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USA

Prof. Dr. Kulwant S. Bhangoo
MBCHB, FACS, FICS, FAIS, FRCS, (ENG, ED, GLASG)
Board Certified Plastic Surgeon
4, Cazenovia St., Buffalo, NY 14220
Phone: (716) 826-4800
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Fellowship in Dermatosurgery (FDS)

Sessions for training and Hands-on are as follows:-

SESSION 1

Basic Principles of Cutaneous Surgery

  • Basic anatomy and physiology of skin
  • Facial anatomy
  • Dermatosurgery Operation theatre
  • Sterilization and disinfection in dermatosurgery
  • Principles of Wound healing
  • Wound management, dressings
  • Universal precautions
  • Instruments in cutaneous surgery
  • Suture materials and suturing techniques
  • Anaesthesia in dermatosurgery
  • Hemostasis
  • Emergencies and resuscitation in dermatosurgery
  • Antibiotics in dermatosurgery
  • Analgesics in dermatosurgery

SESSION 2

Standard Cutaneous Surgical Techniques

  • Simple excisions
  • Skin biopsy techniques, Curretage, Chemical cauterization
  • Electrosurgery
  • Radiofrequency
  • Cryosurgery a) Excisions of specific lesions-cyst, lipomas, corns, moles, etc. b) Excision of naevi
  • Flaps
  • Scar revisions
  • Dermabrasion

SESSION 3

Special Cutaneous Surgical Procedures

  • Vitiligo surgery
  • Acne surgery
  • Skin cancer surgery
  • Venous surgery-Varicose vein surgery
  • Leg ulcers Reen
  • Nail surgery
  • Keloids
  • Earlobe repair
  • Hidradenitis suppurativa
  • Surgery in leprosy

SESSION 4

Aesthetic Procedures

  • Hair surgery: Hair transplantation – overview
  • Liposuction
  • Fat transfer
  • Periorbital rejuvenation
  • Blepharoplasty and Periorbital Surgical Rejuvenation

SESSION 5

Laser and Light Technologies

  • History, Basics of lasers
  • Setting up a laser theatre
  • Abative lasers CO2 and Erbium YAG laser
  • Fractional lasers

SESSION 6

Miscellaneous Topics

  • Patient satisfaction
  • Psychological issues in aesthetic patient
  • Evidence based aesthetic practice
  • Accreditation for cutaneous surgical and aesthetic clinic
  • Medicolegal aspects in aesthetic surgery
  • Photography in cutaneous and aesthetic surgery
  • Teledermatology in cutaneous and aesthetic surgery
  • Establishing and Marketing aesthetic practice
  • Dermatosurgery made easy – tips for beginners

Aesthetic Medicine is one of the fastest growing sub-specialty and one of the disciplines that will continue thrive with technological innovation. Not only does it promise excellent outlook in terms of advancements in diagnostic, curative modalities and treatments, choosing training in Aesthetic Medicine is intellectually and humanely rewarding and offer amazing career prospects.

The global aesthetic medicine market size is estimated to reach more than 13 Billion USD by 2021. The introduction of technically-advanced systems enabling minimally invasive procedures is identified as the most influential growth driver. Moreover, rise in disposable income has greatly boosted the demand for cosmetic procedures. Factors such as wider awareness regarding the availability of these minimally invasive procedures and their products and affordable costs are leading to a spur in demand globally.

India and China have the largest population pool aged between 30 to 65 years. Rising disposable income coupled with the presence of a very wide working population is generating demand for aesthetic procedures in these countries. Demand for aesthetic care is expected to exponentially increase in the near future.

The real benefit of practicing Aesthetic Medicine is the type of care that practitioners are offering to their patients. These procedures are elective and are performed on patients who do not suffer from life-threatening illnesses. They are usually healthy but aesthetic care will have a very significant and positive impact on their lives.

This, along with the very lucrative business it represents, are the benefits any doctor should expect by expanding his/her own practice or to get an Aesthetic Physician position in a reputed hospital or a polyclinic.

Our programs are ideal for those looking for a fresh start in a new career as well as for physicians or cosmetologists looking to expand their practices.



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