Esteem Heads to Vegas!

June 1st, 2016 by Dr. Michael Glass

The 12th annual Vegas Cosmetic Surgery Symposium kicks off at the Bellagio in Las Vegas June 8, 2016, and select members of the Esteem Medical Spa team will be in attendance. The 2016 Symposium hosts an impressive number of attendees each year as the largest forum for multi-specialty aesthetic providers and staff, and the event focuses on providing high quality education to its participants.

Attendees from Esteem have the opportunity to learn from and share with some of the top providers in the field through faculty-led panel discussions, in-depth seminars, and hands-on workshops throughout the five-day event.

 

Clinical Track ProgrammingJackie-and-Dr.-Glass-aestheticians-smiling

Dr. Glass, along with Lead Aesthetic Technician Tiffany Wilson and Aesthetic Technician Jackie Trombley, plan to participate in the Symposium’s clinical track programming to further their knowledge and understanding of the practice of aesthetic medicine. The non-surgical educational sessions throughout the conference are expansive, including discussions and teachings on the following relevant topics:

•A Comprehensive Approach to the Treatment of Acne Scarring, led by Brian Blesman, MD

Innovations in Sunscreen and Photoprotection, led by Brooke Jackson, MD

What Works and What Doesn’t for Body Contouring and Skin Tightening, led by Anne Chapas, MD

New Fillers on the Horizon, led by Michael Gold, MD

Revisiting the Ideal Lip: Advanced Injection Techniques, led by Vince Bertucci, MD

Throughout the clinical track portion of the Symposium, Dr. Glass and team also have the opportunity attend expert panel discussions and demonstrations focused on enhancing their understanding of today’s most talked about cosmetic procedures. A live injection session, Which Fillers for Which Area, features real-time patient treatments for hands-on learning, while the panel, Non-invasive Body Contouring and Skin Tightening – Hype or Hope, offers a deeper look into procedures focused on reshaping the most common problem areas patients wish to change.

 

Practice Management Track Programming

Woman getting facial fillersTerryl Stone, Esteem’s Business Manager, and Assistant Manager Olivia Lowell plan to attend the practice management track of the 2016 Symposium. Under this program, attendees gain valuable knowledge surrounding the management of medical spa offices and current trends within the aesthetic medicine industry. Educational sessions available throughout the event include topics such as:

This Business of Medicine: Having the Right Team

•Creating Outstanding Patient Experiences that Increase Loyalty

•Understanding the Needs of Male Aesthetic Patients

•Improving Communication and Patient Education

Similar to the clinical track agenda, the practice management program offers a variety of panel discussions lead by industry experts, including How Globalization and the Internet have Affected Our Definition of Beauty, and The Rise Behind Black Market Aesthetic Products.

 

What Attendance Means for Our Patients

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Both the administrative and medical staff at Esteem Medical Spa are continually engaged with current trends and changes within the aesthetic industry, not only for our benefit but for the ongoing benefit of our patients as well. We have the opportunity to gain valuable information regarding the most up-to-date procedural techniques within our industry while sharing past successes and new ideas with medical and administrative peers from around the country.

Our attendance at the 2016 Vegas Cosmetic Surgery Symposium highlights a commitment to continuing education in the clinical and management areas of aesthetic practice, which leads to the best possible service to you, our patients, in each and every service we provide.