In keeping with the ever-changing and evolving landscape of our industry over the past 13 years, TAS has exceeded all expectations with a completely redesigned curriculum for 2019, developed by some of the biggest minds in the industry.
The addition of the new Scientific Advisory Board, led by leading experts and key opinion leaders, was one of the most significant changes to the 2019 program. By engaging accomplished professionals in all specialties practicing aesthetic medicine, TAS has built its most complete and diversified learning experience to date.
This year’s program, which will take place from July 11 to 14, 2019 at the luxurious Wynn Las Vegas , will offer a series of avant-garde and interactive symposia, conferences, debates and workshops. will advance your practical experience in the fields of Art and Aesthetic Science. In addition, TAS increased the number of CME credits available to participants in 2019.
According to Gregory Chernoff, MD , plastic surgeon and facial reconstructor in Santa Rosa, California, “ this meeting proved to be very useful in broadening the arsenal of treatments that I offer to my patients. The camaraderie of the participants has grown and I have forged valuable relationships there .
The new program will notably focus on the emerging theme of generational aesthetics. In particular, this year’s keynote address will be entirely devoted to the multi-generational aspect of aesthetic medicine. Participants will learn the specific needs, motivations and expectations of each demographic group and learn how to use this knowledge to develop their practices. This ubiquitous theme will be present throughout the program.
Other new sessions will cover subjects such as sexual health, ethnic and gender considerations, tailor-made treatments, integrative aesthetics, aesthetics in the digital age and the legal structure of ‘an aesthetic practice, among others.
The show’s new science program is an adaptation of today’s times, said Anil Rajani, MD , aesthetic medical practitioner in Portland, Oregon. “ With its integration objective, its combined treatments, its updates on the exciting new traffic of the generational market and its interactive opportunities, the 2019 program is the best we have seen to date “, did he declare.
Of course, the program will also highlight the main pillars of aesthetics, including injectables for the face, aesthetic treatments based on energy and the least invasive techniques, innovations in terms of body shaping, progress in skin care and regenerative aesthetics.
Other notable activities include the popular demonstration courses on injectable techniques, which offer participants the opportunity to learn advanced techniques for injecting neurotoxins and dermal fillers under the guidance experienced instructors. However, this year, instead of being offered only during the hours preceding the show, these courses will also be offered during the main program.
With this change, attendees can now take advantage of other topics of interest presented as part of TAS’s renowned pre-broadcast program.
This year’s pre-show programming offers one-day meetings on various topics that shape the future of aesthetic medicine, including female rejuvenation; Treatments and regeneration techniques and Injectable 101 courses for beginner injectors.
Based on the enthusiastic comments from the 2018 participants, TAS added a new pre-exposure session: Symposium on advanced laser techniques and applications , which will review current technologies and emerging, combined treatments and best practices for assessing and selecting aesthetic laser platforms and devices.
Of course, TAS would not be complete without its exclusive certification course prior to the salon of approved aesthetic consultants (CAC). This exclusive practice management program is offered as an intensive, highly structured, interactive and interactive one-day session. It provides current and actionable information and techniques that help practices stay competitive in this growing field. This course is open to any aesthetic professional who wishes to acquire the basic skills and best business practices essential to the success of their practice. Participants can take an exam at the end of the fair to receive their certification.
“ I’m attending the show to improve my practice “, said Kimberly Evans, MD, gynecologist specializing in cosmetic services. “ It is the only place where world renowned doctors can develop and learn from each other.
The exceptional value that participants encounter during training sessions and management of TAS practices is also reflected in the enlarged showroom, which brings together all the major manufacturers putting featured the hottest products, as well as daily live events and presentations from industry leaders.
And last but not least, is the aesthetic award ceremony. Hosted by plastic surgeon Andrew Ordon, MD, the Aesthetic Awards recognize influencers and innovators who advance medical aesthetics.