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Events & Education: Virtual VCS Available On Demand

Events & Education: Virtual VCS Available On Demand
With over 700 attendees, and 90%+ positive rat- ings on Overall Experience, Educational Program, Speaker Quality and Customer Service, the first- ever Virtual Vegas Cosmetic Surgery & Aesthetic Dermatology (VVCS) conference (September 24-27, 2020) was a massive success.

Virtual VCS Available On Demand

With over 700 attendees, and 90%+ positive rat- ings on Overall Experience, Educational Program, Speaker Quality and Customer Service, the first- ever Virtual Vegas Cosmetic Surgery & Aesthetic Dermatology (VVCS) conference (September 24-27, 2020) was a massive success. Led by the Scientific Chairmen Steve Dayan, MD, and Renato Saltz, MD, and featuring leaders in dermatology, facial plastic surgery, plastic surgery and oculo- plastic surgery, this year’s conference offered 72 hours of education over four days – 35 hours of CME accredited content – covering the full spec- trum of minimally invasive, surgical and the busi- ness of aesthetic medicine.

Top highlights included the minimally invasive and surgical masterclasses, which featured cadaver anatomy content, treatment demonstrations and surgical techniques from the OR by some of the top injectors and surgeons in the industry, such as Ava Shamban, MD; Chris Surek, DO; Suneel Chilukuri, MD; Steve Dayan, MD; Renato Saltz, MD; Bill Mack, MD; Paul Nassif, MD; Barry DiBernardo, MD; and more. The Practice Management track covered all aspects of running an aesthetic practice, including process improvement, leadership and culture, social media and sales strategies and leveraging technology in your practice. The expe- rience was rounded out with sponsored work- shops and clinical findings on the newest products in the industry, including QWO, Restylane Kysse, Sofwave, MyEllevate, Renuva and more.

And, for the first time ever, VCS is available on demand for anyone that would like to catch some- thing they missed, earn even more CME credits or anyone that was unable to attend the live broadcast.

For more information on how to access VVCS on-demand content visit http://bit.ly/vcs20-ondemand or scan:

VCS on demand QR

Miami Cosmetic Surgery Announces New 2021 Dates

In light of the continued concern surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, Miami Cosmetic Surgery (MCS) organizers have proactively decided to move the 2021 conference from February to August 26th-28th. Under the guidance of Scientific Chairman, Dr. Steve Dayan, and the Scientific Advisory Board, MCS will return with another stellar educational pro- gram featuring the foremost researchers, educators and practitioners from the four core specialties in aesthetics – dermatology, facial plastic surgery, plastic surgery and oculoplastic surgery. As the sister event to the renowned Vegas Cosmetic Surgery conference, MCS is the leading multispecialty forum addressing the science, practice and techniques of aesthetic medicine and surgery.

If you are interested in participating as faculty at MCS 2021, the abstract portal will remain open until December 31, 2020.

To submit your abstract(s) or topic idea(s) visit http://bit.ly/mcs2021-abstracts or scan:

MCS QR code

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