Non-Surgical Aesthetics

Non-Surgical Aesthetics

Non-Surgical Aesthetics
  • Tissular Induction, Bernard Mole

    TWS0037 Tissue repair is a natural phenomenon based on the capacity of our body to react to healing as a result of damage. At the level of our skin, there are ever more diverse ways to create controlled damaged to the skin and its cells in order to stimulate the production of collagen by fibrobl...

  • Ultherapy Ultrasound, Matt White

    TWS0038 Ultrasound energy is a safe an effective non-surgical treatment that stimulates the production of new collagen and elastin deep with the skin.

    Using precise ultrasound energy to target the deep structural layer of the skin without disrupting the skins surface. As a result of the treat...

  • The Future of Facial Reconstruction, Andrew Burd

    TWS0035 “What are the roles of surgeons today, and who is qualified to conduct cosmetic and aesthetic surgery?” These are among the questions asked in this inspirational, uplifting – and very challenging – webinar from Prof Burd.

    The webinar is also a very personal and thought-provoking journe...

  • Non-Surgical Eyelift, Chris Inglefield

    TWS0034 The rise in non-surgical treatments sought by today’s patients is staggering. In blepharoplasty alone, whilst the volume of surgical operations has reduced by 12% in the past year, non-surgical tightening of the skin surrounding the eyes has grown by 154%.

    Will any patients have or w...

  • Botulinum Toxins, Andy Pickett

    TWS0033 Botulinum is the world’s most frequently used toxin, with over 6.7 million treatments in the USA alone; a worldwide business that has been singularly responsible for the massive rise in the non-surgical aesthetic industry in the first world today.

    “Botox” – a brand name that has beco...

  • Demo of Principles of Fat Grafting


  • Fat Grafting to Hands, Kaushik Chakrabarty

    TWS0031 How can you make the back of your patient’s hand look twenty-years younger? Aesthetic plastic surgery for reversing the signs of aging has for many years concentrated on altering the appearance of the most prominent features - the face, eyes, and neck. What can be done for the aging han...