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International Master Course on Aging Science
21st Annual World Congress

January 31 to February 2, 2019

Paris, France

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Welcome to the 21st edition of IMCAS Annual World Congress.

At IMCAS, we always strive to provide the most recent, most relevant educational content that will help you update and upgrade your practice. This ambition, along with the many contributions from our speakers, exhibitors, delegates and partnerships, is what enabled us to become one of the most anticipated international conferences today.

The 21st edition returns with 265 scientific sessions constructed upon 15 key themes including injectables, lasers & EBD, clinical dermatology, cosmeceuticals, face surgery, breast and body surgery, regenerative surgery and cell therapy, genital treatments, hair restoration as well as professional business.

This year boasts two LIVE courses guaranteed to boost your anatomical and practical knowledge. First is the Thursday classic favorite Cadaver Workshop, which offers an extensive look at the anatomy for injections and threads, genital and EBD treatments through a simultaneous transmission of live dissections and live demonstrations.

The brand new Live Aesthetic Surgery Course, the second live event on Friday, follows the format of the Cadaver Workshop with focus on topics related to plastic and facial plastic surgery. As part of IMCAS Surgery, a three-day surgical module to perfect your skills, the Live Aesthetic Surgery Course presents realtime simultaneous transmissions of live dissections and live surgery performances on the face, neck, breast and buttocks with debates.

For delegates looking to broaden their vision and breadth, the Global Market Summit on Friday centralizes key industrial revolutions in the aesthetic field. Meet the big players of the industry through three informative events to understand the main elements and activities of the market: mergers & acquisitions, future innovations, deployed strategies and investments.

To accommodate the extraordinary number of participation, the exhibition is expanded and takes place on three levels this year, with Level 1 dedicated to an area specifically designed for IMCAS Surgery.

With all these new and exciting sessions, wouldn’t it be nice to attend every single one? For those who share this vision, there is IMCAS Academy! The e-learning platform gathers all the presentations from IMCAS congresses, past and present, so that you can watch and rewatch the lectures on any of your devices! Now with the IMCAS Academy App, you can truly learn on-the-go. Anytime, anywhere. Visit the IMCAS Academy booths to try it out for yourself.

Finally, be sure to experience the congress to its full extent with our very own congress app which allows you to customize your agenda, navigate with a smart map and connect with other participants. For more opportunities to socialize with peers, don’t miss the Networking Cocktail on the second night, and our famed Gala Dinner and After Party on the last night to discuss, exchange, but most of all, flourish in good company.

Thank you for being part of the IMCAS Community. Stay curious and passionate with us!

IMCAS Annual World Congress 2019 Scientific Board

 

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13 SESSION FORMATS

IMCAS offers dynamic and stimulating formats so that your educational experience is not only enriching but also enjoyable. All sessions terminate with a final Q&A time, so whichever learning method you choose, there is always the opportunity to ask your burning questions to the experts.

1. BATTLE
An interactive debate of a core problematic where speakers “battle” with 3 to 5-minute presentations that support or defend their stance on a topic.

2. CLINICAL CASE STUDY
2 to 5-minute presentations of clinical cases relating to a pre-determined topic, followed by brief discussions from speakers giving their councils.

3. CONTRIBUTING LECTURES
6 to 12-minute presentations chosen among abstract submissions.

4. FOCUS SESSION
Sessions that delve in-depth through 6 to 12-minute presentations, allowing speakers to elaborate on the thematic.

5.INTERACTIVE WORKSHOP
Training session that incorporates the maximum of innovative technical tools, including videos and/or live transmissions.

6. MEET THE EXPERTS
The first part of the sessions features a roundtable of 3 to 4 experts each giving 5-minute presentations on a defined topic, followed by a dedicated, open Q&A session where audience freely asks relevant questions to the experts.

7. PATIENT DEMONSTRATION
Live demonstrations on live patients, presented in successive 20-minute treatments performed by experts. Each set of demonstrations is grouped per topic.

8. E-PUBLICATIONS
Digital presentations of e-posters and scientific articles, delegates may browse through these publications on designated computers.

9. PRODUCT ANALYSIS
A 5 to 10-minute presentation of a comparative study conducted on a category of product or device by a team of experts, followed by a roundtable discussion and comments by each company representative.

10. REGIONAL MASTERCLASS
A set of successive 8 to 20-minute presentations focusing on a specific world region and its population’s most intriguing specificities.

11. SYMPOSIA
Under the responsibility of exhibiting companies, symposiums provide promotional and education information on products and services directly to attendees.

12. TARGET COURSE*
A 1-hour course by 1 or 2 experts that offers focalized trainings on a specified topic. These intimate sessions provide greater opportunity for discussions and are targeted for beginners to experienced physicians.

13. VIDEO COURSE*
A 2-hour course on a focused topic where 1 or 2 experts provide highly practical trainings and techniques through video presentations.

imcas with professor luca piovano as speaker

PROF. LUCA PIOVANO

Doctor Luca Piovano earned a degree as a Plastic Surgery Specialist at the University of Rome “La Sapienza”, graduated cum laude.

He attended some of the most prestigious centres for Plastic Surgery in the world, and teaches theoretical-practical courses specifically for aesthetic medicine.

He won the 1988 Culture Award issued by the Italian Government.

Nowadays, PROF. LUCA PIOVANO is an active member of many Scientific Societies (AICPE, ASPS, ISAPS, EASAPS, SICPRE) and he is currently working freelance in Italy.

 

IMCAS SESSION: FOCUS ON S242
INJECTABLES – PERIBUCCAL (IN COLLABORATION WITH 5CC)

Room: Amphi Bleu (level 2)
Date: Saturday 2 February 2019 at 09:00 to 10:00
Format:
FOCUS SESSION > covering a major topic of the congress
ORGANIZATION > successive 6 to 20-min presentations – final Q&A – chaired

Chairs
Dr. Maurice ADATTO
Dermatologist
Switzerland

Dr. Tatjana PAVICIC
Dermatologist
Germany

Lectures of the Session
09:00
Presentation of 5CC
Dr. Maurice ADATTO

09:05
Lip beautification from filler to surgery
PROF. LUCA PIOVANO

Objectives: Objective of the presentation: To describe scientific literature and my technique for lips augmentation.

Introduction: Some facial structures, such as the lips, are essential for facial aesthetics. Full lips are normally associated to a youthful face, but their shape and volume depend also on genetically inherited characteristics.

Materials / method: They are composed by different anatomical structures, and minimal changes can cause great aesthetic impact.

Results: Deep knowledge of anatomy and accurate aesthetic analysis are mandatory to perform a patient-tailored treatment. A perfect lip is obtained when the patient looks natural, and the treatment does not leave any evident, exaggerated, or bizarre alteration in the lips’ structure. Respecting the patient anatomy, adjusting lips shape, projections and proportions, establishing a suitable lip volume for each particular patient are key points to refine the lips. Gender features should also be considered.

Conclusion: Different materials can be used to perform lips augmentation. However, hyaluronic acid-based dermal fillers are the most frequently used to treat this area. It presents an excellent safety profile since it shows no antigenic specificity for species or tissues, having low potential for allergic or immunogenic reactions.

09:15
Treating perioral region with HA fillers
Dr. Chiranjiv CHHABRA

09:25
The happy face: treatment for marionette lines and oral commissures
Dr. Frank ROSENGAUS

09:35
Natural lip augmentation in all ages
Dr. Sonja SATTLER

09:45
3D volumetric concept for the perioral region: rationale and a new paradigm of real-time, dynamic analysis
Dr. Hema SUNDARAM

 

IMCAS SESSION: FOCUS ON S248
ADVERSE EFFECTS WITH BOTULINUM TOXINS: HOW TO AVOID THEM

Room: Amphi Bleu (level 2)
Date: Saturday 2 February 2019 at 17:30 to 18:30
Format:
FOCUS SESSION > covering a major topic of the congress
ORGANIZATION > successive 6 to 20-min presentations – final Q&A – chaired

Chairs
Dr Javier BEUT
Facial Plastic Surgeon
Spain

PROF. LUCA PIOVANO
Plastic Surgeon
Italy

Lectures of the Session
17:30
A domino effect in treatment with toxins and the way to avoid it
Dr. Elena Zakharovna PARSAGASHVILI

17:42
Neuromodulators assessment and evaluation of differences between patients
Dr. Fredrik BERNE

17:54
Complications with botulinum therapy
Dr. Susan H WEINKLE

18:06
The role of accessory proteins in botulinum toxin / type A
Dr. Z Paul LORENC

 

SCIENTIFIC PARTNERS

SCIENTIFIC SOCIETIES
DERMATOLOGY

AEDV (Spain)
Spanish Academy of Dermatology and Venereology
www.aedv.es

DDL (Germany)
German Society of Laser Dermatology

ESCAD (International)
European Society of Cosmetic & Aesthetic Dermatology

ESDV (Egypt)
Egyptian Society of Dermatology and Venereology

ESLD (International)
European Society for Laser and Energy Based Devices

GDEC (France)
Group of Aesthetic and Corrective Dematology of the SFD

GLDT (Tunisia)
Tunisian Laser Dermatology Group

G-SCARS (International)
Global Scar Society

GLSFD (France)
Laser Group of the French Society of Dermatology (SFD)

IDS (International)
International Dermoscopy Society

IPS (International)
International Peeling Society

ISD (Iran)
Iranian Society of Dermatology

JSDVdsl (Jordan)
Jordanian Society of Dermatology, Venereology, Dermatosurgery & Laser

KADD (Kazakhstan)
Kazakhstan Association of Dermatovenereologists, Dermatocosmetologists

LSDV (Libyan)
Libyan Society of Dermatology and Venereology

PERDOSKI (Indonesia)
Indonesian Society of Dermatology and Venereology

SIDEMAST (Italy)
The Italian Society of Dermatology

SMD (Morocco)
Moroccan Society of Dermatology

SOMALDEC (Morocco)
Moroccan Society of Laser, Aesthetic Dermatology and Surgery

SPDV (Portugal)
Portuguese Society of Dermatology and Venereology

 

SCIENTIFIC SOCIETIES
PLASTIC SURGERY

AECEP (Spain)
Spanish Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery

AICPE (Italy)
Italian Association of Plastic and Aesthetic Surgery

BAAPS (England)
British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons

ISPAS (Israel)
Israeli Society of Plastic and Aesthetic Surgery

LSPRAS (Lebanon)
Lebanese Society of Plastic Reconstructive, and Aesthetic Surgery

SICPRE (Italy)
Italian Society of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery

SOFCEP (France)
French Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons

SOMCEP (Morocco)
Moroccan Society of Plastic and Aesthetic Surgery

EPCD / TSAPS (Turkey)
Turkish Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery

VDAPC (Germany)
German Association of Plastic and Aesthetic Surgery

 

SCIENTIFIC SOCIETIES
GENITAL TREATMENTS

UNIVERSITARY DIPLOMA OF AESTHETIC GENITAL SURGERY AND MEDICINE (France)

EAGAMPS (International)
European Association for Genital Aesthetic Medicine and Plastic Surgery

ESSM (International)
European Society for Sexual Medicine

GRIRG (France)
Genital Restoration Innovative Research Group

ISGAR (International)
International Society of Gynecology Aesthetic and Research

ISRAIT (International)
International Society of Reconstructive and Aesthetic Intimate Treatment

SEGERF (Spain)
Spanish Society of Functional Regenerative Aesthetic Gynecology

TEJD (Turkey)
Turkish Society of Aesthetic Gynecology

WSCG (International)
World Society Cosmetic Gynecology

 

OTHER SPECIALTIES

AAEGY (Egypt)
Aesthetic Academy of Egypt www.aaegy.org

AAHT (International)
Arab Association of Hair Transplantation

ACP (International)
Australasian College of Phlebology

EAAAMS (International)
Euro-Asian Association of Aesthetic Medicine Specialists

HUD (International)
Home Use Device Working Group

SAME (Algeria)
Algerian Society of Aesthetic Medicine

 

SCIENTIFIC COURSES

5CC (International)
5 Continent Congress

AAAMC (Azerbaijan)
Azerbaijan Aesthetic and Anti-Age Medicine Congress

AASURGERY (Russia)
Advanced Aesthetic Blepharoplasty, Midface and Face Contouring

AIDA (UAE)
Abu Dhabi International Conference in Dermatology & Aesthetics

AIME (France)
Assises pour l’Innovation en Médecine Esthétique

BBB (Italy)
Bottis’ Best Breast

BTS (Sweden)
Beauty through Science

CIRUMED (Spain)
Cirumed Clinic

DASIL (International)
Annual Congress of the Dermatologic Aesthetic Surgery International League

GAPS (France)
Group for Advancement in Plastic Surgery

ICC (Egypt)
International Cosmetic Conference

ICGC (Egypt)
International Cosmetic Gynaecology Congress

IECTC (Russia)
International Education Course Training for Cosmetologists

INDERCOS (International)
International Dermatology and Cosmetology Congress

ITA (International)
International Training Academy

PBRV (France)
Paris Breast Rendez-Vous

SHARM DERMA (Egypt)
The International Conference for Dermatology

TOTAL DEFINER INSTITUTE (Colombia)

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