Fellowship In Aesthetic Medicine

Aesthetic Medicine is a specialized field of medical practice that focuses on enhancing a patient’s appearance through various non-invasive and minimally invasive treatments. It includes procedures such as Botox, dermal fillers, laser treatments, and more. Aesthetic Medicine practitioners work to improve the physical appearance and well-being of their patients by harnessing the latest innovations in the field.

A Fellowship in Aesthetic Medicine is an advanced training program designed to provide healthcare professionals, such as doctors, dermatologists, and nurses, with the skills and knowledge required to excel in the field of Aesthetic Medicine. It’s a gateway to a specialization that combines medical expertise with artistic vision.

 Teaching Methods:
Server-based classes

Required Backgrounds:
MBBS / MD/MS/ DNB/ Equivalent

Training/ Observership/ Clinical attachment:

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  1. Advanced Facial Sculpting and Contouring
    In this part of module, students explore the intricate details of facial anatomy and its significance in aesthetics. They learn to identify facial landmarks and conduct aesthetic assessments, setting the foundation for creating personalized treatment plans. Real-life case studies and hands-on exploration of facial landmarks enhance practical knowledge. Students participate in a hands-on workshop where they practice sculpting and contouring on models. These practical exercises offer the opportunity to administer treatments and evaluate outcomes through before-and-after analyses.
  2. Aesthetic Treatments Utilizing Laser and Intense Pulsed Light Application
    Here, introduces students to the foundational principles of laser and IPL technologies in aesthetic medicine. They gain insights into how these technologies work and explore real-world applications through case studies. Additionally, they benefit from the wisdom of an experienced aesthetic practitioner.
  3. Aesthetic Venous Treatments and Body Contouring Techniques 
    The first week unfolds with an exploration of venous anatomy and physiology, followed by an in-depth examination of the pathophysiology of venous conditions. Through practical exercises and insights from a vascular specialist, students gain a strong foundation in understanding venous disorders.
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