Aesthetic Medicine Focus on
- Aesthetic Medicine and Gender Medicine
- Micro: Aesthetic Medicine in small doses
- Forehead, eyebrow, temples and periorbital region: safely comprehensive approach
- Pregnancy and breastfeeding: off limits?
- Slimming and weight loss: aesthetic medicine treatments of related blemishes
- Patient-doctor communication: from information to loyalty
- Sexuality and Aesthetic Medicine
- Hyperpigmentation and melasma: laser or peeling?
- Red face
- Imaging technologies and techniques in supporting diagnosis in Aesthetic Medicine
- Dedicated devices for EFSP therapy
- Arms: the challenge continues…
- Sugar… the sweet enemy
Aesthetic Medicine Topics
- Anatomy: key points in Aesthetic Medicine
- Updates and innovations in Cosmetology
- Biostimulation and Biorestructuring
- Plastic Aesthetic Surgery
- Neck and décolleté: an ongoing challenge
- Dermatology of medical-aesthetic competence
- Aesthetics and external genitalia functionality: the role of Aesthetic Medicine
- Fillers: innovations and clinical experiences
- Medical and surgical phlebology
- Management of adverse events in Aesthetic Medicine
- Aesthetic Medicine’s multiple forms: the gender of beauty
- Aesthetic Medicine in transgender patients
- Lasers and technologies in Aesthetic Medicine
- Hands: Aesthetic Medicine updates
- Non-surgical lifting: from threads to new technologies
- Aesthetic Medicine
- Aesthetic Medicine and acupuncture
- Reconstructive Aesthetic Medicine
- Social Aesthetic Medicine
- Regenerative Medicine: scientific developments
- Mesotherapy in Aesthetic Medicine
- Neuromodulation and Mechanical Myomodulation
- New proposals in Aesthetic Medicine
- Nutrition, obesity and eating disorders
- Peeling: news and confirmations
- Edematofibrosclerotic panniculopathy and localised adiposity
- Combined protocols in Aesthetic Medicine
- Rhinofiller: indications and limitations
- Challenges in Aesthetic Medicine
- Tattoos: risks, safety and care
- Trichology updates
Anti-aging Medicine Focus on
- Aging and sexuality
- Hormones and aging
- Nutrition and anti-aging
- Thyroid and Aesthetic Medicine
- Metformin: a drug for Aesthetic Medicine?
- Vitamin D 2.0
New forms of Aesthetic Medicine
We have come to the 41st edition of the Congress of the Italian Society of Aesthetic Medicine (SIME). Last year edition was a major success and I want to thank you all, my dear Colleagues, for making it possible. Therefore I am personally committed, with the help of all the members of the SIME Board of Directories, to organizing the forthcoming Congress in a fresh way, so as to make your experience more enjoyable. The 2020 edition will feature a rich scientific program and will allow participants a better insight into our profession.
The main focus will be on gender-specific Aesthetic Medicine, keeping a very close eye on techniques and, more importantly, on parameters defining male and female beauty. One of the problems with current techniques and treatments, especially in male aesthetic procedures, is the high risk of standardization, thus leading to very similar results on different patients. The anatomical study of female beauty has made enormous progress, whereas the idea of male beauty still relies on movie stereotypes sometimes difficult to achieve. But most of all, it would be quite wrong to do it at any cost. There are a lot of unique features making a male face attractive and these features vary depending on age. We cannot fail to take into consideration the growing number of men consulting an aesthetic doctor, including elderly patients.
Therefore, we would like this Congress to be an opportunity to take stock of the situation on male patients correction and maintenance procedures.
Of course, a whole lot of other predetermined sessions of the highest scientific level will be the backbone of the next Congress, which will enrich all of us and help in our professional development. We need to concentrate our efforts on providing our patients with top quality, well-thought-out, personalized and, as always, the safest results. Dedicated newsletters will keep you periodically updated on the organizing process of these scientific sessions.
As usual, foreign opinion leaders will bring us their experience in corrective treatments and much more. We will discuss their personal approach with patients, their way of managing dissatisfactions and dealing with complications.
Another remarkable improvement for the 41st Congress will be the attention paid to scientific evidences for treatments or methodology proposed in each session.
We will also explore the theme of the doctor-patient relationship with the contribution of humanists, psychologists and anthropologists. This subject is always in demand and topical both to novice medical practitioners and already experienced physicians.
You will also find plenty of interesting sessions, always scientifically valid, arranged in association with other Scientific Societies. These specialists enrich us every time with anatomical-physiological-pathological suggestions that complete our complex training.
Therefore, as every year, I call on all of you to play a part in largest Italian scientific event entirely dedicated to Aesthetic Medicine and send your experiences in the form that now distinguishes the presentations at our conference: scientific rigor, unquestionable structure, appropriate form and impeccable photos. Year after year, our awareness campaign in this regard is paying off, thanks to your responsiveness and full willingness to improve.
Thank you always for all your contributions and participation which deeply enrich your Congress.
SIME 2020 President
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