Our thoughts are with the friends we’ve made in the Virgin Islands over the last two years. We pray for them and their families as they heal from the devastation caused by Hurricane Irma.

We will support our friends at Marriott Frenchmans Reef by holding the meeting at this property in Winter 2019. The resort is temporarily closed until all the repairs are completed from the destruction caused by Hurricane Irma. Virgin Derm meeting will also be undergoing renovation with some exciting changes. These include more focus on non-surgical aesthetic enhancement for the face and body. We are working on a new format which includes more patient demonstrations and opportunities for greater faculty interaction through small group workshops.

Look for details in the coming months for the next meeting in early 2019! Keep tuned to this website.

St. Thomas, Virgin Islands

Virgin Derm is an advanced education program for the CORE 4 aesthetic specialties: dermatology, plastic surgery, facial plastic surgery, and oculoplastic surgery.

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About The Meeting

Join us in the Caribbean February 2019 for the 3rd Annual VirginDerm19 Program. This CME-certified advanced educational program will be delivered by the foremost leaders in minimally invasive aesthetics and will continue the aesthetic tradition established during the first meeting. Up to 12 CME hours are available.

Enjoy rich experiences for networking, information sharing and discussion across minimally-invasive aesthetics including facial enhancement, neck and hand rejuvenation, light and energy-based procedures, skin care and anti-aging strategies.

Who Should Attend?

This activity is intended and designed to educate physicians in the CORE aesthetic specialties: dermatology, plastic surgery, facial plastic surgery, oculoplastic surgery, and Extenders who assist in their practice.

While there are no specific prerequisites for this meeting, physicians with mid-level aesthetic experience or above will gain the most benefit from attending.

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Educational Objectives

  • Perform an aesthetic analysis of the face and neck to identify potential facial rejuvenation strategies that may improve appearance in accordance with the patient’s individual treatment goals.
  • Identify new or improved injection techniques that have demonstrated safe and satisfactory patient outcomes for facial enhancement and/or rejuvenation and how to implement these in your practice.
  • Implement strategies to minimize and manage adverse events of facial and other area injectables including bruising, infection/biofilms, and lumps/bumps.
  • Identify minimally invasive suture options that can be used alone or in combination with facial injectables and/or skin tightening technology that have demonstrated safe and satisfactory patient outcomes for facial enhancement and/or rejuvenation.
  • Compare and contrast the technical characteristics of the multitude of minimally-invasive light and energy based technologies that are available for improving skin tone and textures on the face and neck.
  • Review minimally-invasive technology currently available for reducing body fat and discuss how to incorporate these into your practice.
  • Describe the role of cosmeceuticals in maintaining and augmenting anti-aging treatments

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Meeting Faculty

Jointly Provided: This activity is jointly provided by Imedex, LLC and xMedica,LLC.

Imedex Virgin Derm 2017
xMedica Virgin Derm 2017