Attend live demos at Summer Meeting

Live demonstrations of dermatologic aesthetic procedures will be presented Aug. 1 and 2 during the AAD Summer Academy Meeting.

Live demonstrations of dermatologic aesthetic procedures will be presented Aug. 1 and 2 during the AAD Summer Academy Meeting.

Two popular live demonstration sessions will be returning for the Summer Academy meeting. Live demonstrations provide attendees with the exciting opportunity to watch dermatologists ply their aesthetic craft. With large screens for easy viewing, live demos are a great way to see the many details of these procedures up close. These ticketed sessions are always a hit, so be sure to register in advance, which requires an additional fee during meeting registration.

“Live Demonstration: Botulinum Toxin and Fillers” will take place from 2 to 5 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 1. Directed by Ellen S. Marmur, MD, the session will feature experts demonstrating and commenting on soft tissue fillers and botulinum toxin injections.  Presentation topics include rejuvenation of the forehead, eyes, mid-face, mouth, jaw-line, and neck. The rationale and selection criteria for the use of all three of the commercially available toxins will be discussed, and practical guidelines regarding toxins will be addressed by the panel.

Invited speakers include Daniel C. Baker, MD; Sue Ellen Cox, MD; Michael E. Eidelman, MD; Ellen C. Gendler, MD; Roy G. Geronemus, MD; Gervaise I. Gerstner, MD; David J Goldberg, MD, JD; Elizabeth K. Hale, MD; Rosemarie Ingleton, MD; Kavita Mariwalla, MD; and Susan H. Weinkle, MD.

A second session, “Live Demonstration: Neurotoxins and Soft Tissue Augmentation,” will be presented from 2 to 5 p.m. Friday, Aug. 2. It will be led by Heidi A. Waldorf, MD, and will consist of demonstrations of injectables for facial rejuvenation, including neuromodulators, soft-tissue fillers, and biostimulators. During the demonstrations, the faculty will review patient evaluation, anatomic considerations, product selection, injection techniques, and complications. Novel injection devices and combination therapies to enhance outcomes will be discussed.

Invited speakers include Vivian Wasserteil Bucay, MD; Doris J. Day, MD; Lisa M. Donofrio, MD; Jeanine B. Downie, MD; Rebecca L. Fitzgerald, MD; Erin Gilbert, MD, PhD; Brooke A. Jackson, MD; Michael Kane, MD; Z. Paul Lorenc, MD; Neil S. Sadick, MD; and Susan H. Weinkle, MD.

Each demonstration course offers 3.00 Category 1 CME credits.