About Advanced Dermatology 2021
Why Attend Aesthetic Medicine and Dermatology Conference?
Advanced Dermatology 2021 provides a premier interdisciplinary platform for researchers, practitioners, and educators to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, and concerns, as well as practical challenges, encountered and solutions adopted in the field of Dermatology, Aesthetic Medicine, Aging Science, and Cosmetology.
Pulsus group welcomes you proudly to the “3rd World Congress on Dermatology and Aesthetic Medicine”, held on March 26,2021 scheduled as Webinar at the gorgeous country of France. The conference will be held around the theme “Driving the future of Dermatology and Aesthetic Medicine”. The goal of the conference is to promote the new advancements, research, and developments, explore the challenges in Dermatology, Aesthetic Medicine, Aging Science, Cosmetology and related areas
Dermatology involves studying, investigating, diagnosing, and managing any health conditions that might affect the skin, fat hair, nails, and membranes. Dermatologists may help to prevent or control skin diseases and improve skin aesthetics or diagnose skin conditions. They are also responsible for the treatment decisions of different dermatological conditions, including topical agents, systemic agents, and other therapies
Aesthetic Medicine aims at preserving, sustaining and encouraging appearance, attractiveness, and wellbeing, using natural and small-scale application procedures in which topical or local anesthesia is used. Aesthetic doctors offer non-invasive and minimally-invasive procedures for performing many types of medical program
The focus of this conference is to design a multitude of tracks to choose from each segment and offers you a unique opportunity to meet industry and academic peers and to establish a scientific network between them. We cordially invite everyone concerned to join us at our event and make it a success with your participation
Dermatology 2020 Highlights:
- 100+ Participation (50% Industry: 50% Academia)
- 20+ Innovative Educational Sessions
- 5+ Keynote Speakers
- 20+ Plenary Speakers
- 4+ Workshops and Special Sessions
- 5+ Poster Presentations
- 5+ Young Researchers Forum
- 3+ Exhibitors
- B2B Meetings
Skin manifestation is similar to cutaneous involvement occurring during common viral infection. This identifies a non-dermatological disorder's cutaneous signs, effects, or physiological changes. Now, the signs in the current scenario include acroclinical manifestations such as pseudo-chilblains on the fingertips and toes, the sudden outbreak of sometimes painful persistent red patches, and mild urticarial lesions. This session will help to share any new information that develops with one another so that we can better recognize and treat this deadly virus
Rashes associated with Covid19
Skin medication and case studies
Skin lesions and its severity
Track 2: Aesthetic Medicine
Aesthetic medicine is a healthcare subspecialty emerging that employs minimally intrusive cosmetic procedures to enhance the patients physical appearance. Conditions such as scars, skin laxity, wrinkles, moles, spots in the liver, excess fat, cellulite, unwanted hair, skin discoloration, and spider veins are treated Typically it is effective and significantly improve the psychological wellbeing and improve the quality of life
Minimal invasive procedures
Reconstructive and Cosmetic surgery
Surgical treatments such as liposuction, which eliminates extra fat in the body, facelifts used to give more youthful facial appearance technically known as rhytidectomy. Breast implants are prostheses that can be used to restore a natural-looking breast following a mastectomy or to correct congenital defects and chest wall deformities, Radio ablation treat benign and malignant skin condition by waves of radiation
Procedures that don’t require surgeons to make a cut or to remove tissue are non-invasive or non-surgical cosmetic treatments. Non-surgical aesthetic methods comprise of injectable dermal fillers and toxins to stout thin lips, improve shallow forms, make gentler facial folds, and eliminate wrinkles also improve the appearance of recessed scars. There are also laser procedures to smooth away bumps, age spots as well as scars.
Track 4: Cosmetic Dermatology
Cosmetic Dermatology is a branch of medicine that focuses on the improvement, enhancement, and appearance of skin, hair, and nails aesthetically, and cosmetically. It is an amalgamation of both medical and surgical aspects. The procedures of dermatology improve the external appearance of the skin by treating various conditions like hyperpigmentation, acne, scars, and wrinkles. Cosmetic Surgery entirely focused on enhancing a patient’s appearance. Improving symmetry, proportion and aesthetic appeal are the most important objectives. As none of the procedures is meant to improve the function of the body, cosmetic surgery is considered completely elective.
Track 5: Paediatric dermatology
Pediatric dermatology deals with the medical treatment of infants, children, and adolescents with skin disorder. Pediatric dermatologists treat a wide variety of pediatric skin conditions such as a birthmark, eczema, warts, or psoriasis using the latest available treatment methods. Pediatric dermatologists treat children from birth through adolescence.
- Skin care practices in infants
- Atopic dermatitis
- Genetic syndrome
- Hereditary and Congenital skin problems
Trichology is the scientific word for hair (and scalp) research, and any associated issues. The hair condition is the result of a general health hair that is sluggish and lifeless may suggest a stressed, unhealthy lifestyle, whereas full and shiny hair is a sign of health. A Trichologist addresses hair loss concerns including baldness, hair breakage, and itchy/flaking scalp as well as all facets of alopecia
A hair transplant is a process in which hair is transferred to a bald region by a plastic or dermatological specialist. Hair is an incredibly delicate barometer of the internal as well as external environment of the bodies. Hair care is a general term intended for hygiene as well as cosmetology, including the hair that grows from the individual scalp and, to a lesser extent, the public, besides other body hair.
Track 7: Plastic Surgery
Plastic surgery is a particular type of surgery that can change the appearance and ability of a person to function. Including an infant with a birth condition, to a young person involved in an incident, or to an elderly person with an aging problem. It can require surgery on every aspect of anatomy, with the exception of the central nervous system including Body (including skin disease, wounds, injuries, birthmarks, or lack of tattoos), Maxillofacial (the backbone of a face), and Congenital anomalies (including deformed ears, palate cleft, and lip cleft)
Track 8: Derm Infectious Diseases
Dermatology diseases turn common skin rashes into serious skin infections and happen because of a number of factors like viruses, heat, allergens, organ abnormalities, and medications. Secondly, dermatitis is a serious skin condition. Atopic dermatitis is an associated (chronic) current condition that causes the skin to become disturbed and inflamed. It appears most often as patches on your face, neck, back, or legs.
Track 9: Laser Skin Resurfacing
Laser skin resurfacing is a kind of skincare treatment that removes the skin layer by layer with precision. This involves using lasers to help improve the texture and appearance of the skin. During recovery, the new skin cells that develop offer the skin a smoother, healthier-looking appearance. The carbon dioxide (CO2) and erbium are the two types of lasers most widely used in laser resurfacing. The growing laser vaporizes weakened skin cells at the surface level.
Track 10: Dermatologic Oncology
Dermatological oncology is a dermatological subspecialty dealing with the research, examination, and surgical care of skin and related mucous membranes, skin appendages, hair, nails, and subcutaneous tissue. Treatment options include Excisional Surgery, Mohs surgery, Photodynamic therapy for pre-cancers or superficial skin cancers, Laser treatment for pre-cancers, and Oral and topical medications
- Mohs surgery
- Squamous cell carcinoma
- Basal cell cancer
- Diagnosis, prevention and treatment
Track 11: Dermatoimmunology
The prime immune organ of the body is skin; the object of dermatoimmunology is how the immune system interacts with the skin. The method for recognizing the precise processes of how the skin immune system functions under stable environments and in diseased situations, the delivery of vaccinations across the skin utilizing topical patches to improve immunity against bacteria and viruses and tumors, knowing how environmental influences impact. Testing is needed for the correct identification and treatment of many epithelial organ diseases like the skin, mucous membranes, gastrointestinal and respiratory tracts.
Track 12: Teledermatology
Teledermatology promotes great potential for revolutionizing the provision of dermatological services through telecommunications and information technology to remote and distant locations. Telecommunications technologies are used in this field to transfer medical information by means of audio, visual and data communication over varying distances. There are two standards that decide the basis for teledermatology practice: store and forward (SAF) and teledermatology in real-time or intuitively.
- Telemedicine and e-health
- Health care management
- Home telehealth or telehomecare
- Dermatopathology aided by teledermoscopy
- Mobile teledermatology
Track 13: Veterinary Dermatology
A veterinary dermatologist is a veterinarian with experience in diagnosing and managing animal diseases such as face, leg, fur, foot, hoof, and teeth. Veterinary dermatologists specifically have extensive training and experience in managing allergic skin disease.
- An Approach to Diagnosis and Treatment
- Skin Pathology
- Hair Loss (Alopecia)
- Redness of Skin (Erythema)
- Pigmentary Diseases and Pododermatitis
- Immune Suppressive Therapy
Track 14: Dermatopathology
Dermatopathology is the study and description of the changes in structure and composition that occur in skin disease. Cases of dermatopathology can involve melanoma and other skin conditions; immunological, viral, and pediatric diseases. They must synthesize the data given to them from other individuals of the clinical community with the data they get from microscopic observation, and after that make a diagnosis.
The emerging trends in dermatology are increasingly changing as applications, devices, and creativity for intelligent dermatology enters the market. In dermatology, there is a lot going on, so medical practitioners will brace for the technical advances in time before they continue to swipe into the specialty.
- Robotics and Artificial intelligent
- Nanotechnology and nanoparticles
- Health sensors
Track 16: Dermatovenerology
It discusses the treatment and rehabilitation of a broad variety of contagious including non-infectious dermatoses, and the problem of sexually transmitted diseases. It is a biological treatment center for psoriasis, chronic spontaneous urticaria and atopic dermatitis, and a treatment center for cutaneous lymphomas
- Venereal Diseases
- Sexually Transmitted Infections
- Latest Venereological Developments
Clinical trials are the primary way for new treatment in the form of drugs or medical devices. These tests are carried out only after various studies which help to identify new possibilities. Present clinical studies include skin disorders such as psoriasis, mild to extreme atopic dermatitis, hydradenitis suppurativa, alopecia, actinic keratosis, palmoplantar pustulosis.
The first and foremost advancement is providing the best possible patient care; further dermatological sub-specialization will continue to address the scientific advances emerging in the future. Laser technology has contributed even more to help dermatologists achieve efficacy in both cosmetic and clinical therapies. Technology is continuously increasing and evolving in the skincare industry, along with a wealth of knowledge about some of the most important areas in which such dermatologists have used various types of technology in their practice
- Innovative skincare advances
- Crucial scientific changes
- Advanced skills of photography
- Dermatologists and technology
Dermatology Market Overview
The growth in dermatology market size is due to numerous factors including an aging population, rising disposable incomes, increased health insurance coverage, and the growing need for early diagnosis of dermatological conditions.
Television, social media, and advertising have had a tremendous impact on consumers’ paying increased attention to physical appearances and aesthetics.
The dermatology market is mainly divided into three different segments; General, Cosmetic and Mohs surgery. Of these, general dermatology is the largest segment by revenue as it includes the greatest variety of diseases and treatments.
The global dermatology market was valued at $20.0 billion in 2015 and is projected to grow at a considerable Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 7.73%, reaching $33.7 billion in 2022. Key drivers of this growth will be the uptake of recently approved premium biologics, as well as promising late-stage products that are expected to be highly valuable.
Geographically, Dermatology Market is segmented into North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and the Rest of the World.
North America (the US and Canada) is likely to account for the largest share of the Dermatology Market in 2020.
Europe (Germany, the UK, France, and the Rest of Europe) is likely to display a substantial rate of growth soon in the market for prescription dermatology therapeutics
Asia-Pacific (Japan, China, India, South Korea, and the Rest of Asia Pacific) prescription dermatology therapeutics market is expected to dominate in the estimated time period. Japan, India, and China are expected to fuel the growth of this regional market. Developments in the Asia Pacific region are expected to be driven by the increasing disposable income and rising stress levels among the young population.
Rest of the World (Latin America, the Middle East, and Africa): Latin America is anticipated to record swift growth over the estimated time period due to the increasing incidences of dermatological disorders, heavy investments made by major market players, and rising disposable income of the population. The Middle East and Africa region is likely to demonstrate restricted growth due to the scarcity of skilled dermatologists and the absence of latest healthcare infrastructure.
Beauticians and Spa Experts
Scientists and Research Scholars
Training Institutes & Organizations
Aesthetic Medicine & Dermatology Associations and Societies
Academicians: University Faculties, Research Scholars, and Scientists
Business Professionals: Cosmetic Product Development and Marketing Professionals