Free Webinar: Aesthetic Concerns and Worries:

Comparing Patient and Injector Perspectives

What are the Differences Between Male and Female Faces?2

Monday, Nov 27, 8:00 pm Toronto Time

2023/11/27 20:00:00

Description

In this webinar, the presenters will review aesthetic and aging concerns among patients of different ages and genders, based on a global research study conducted on hundreds of patients.

These concerns have also been assessed among the physicians who treat these patients, to determine if their understanding of the patients’ concerns aligns with the actual needs of the patients. This discussion will focus on improving the relationship between physicians and patients, with the aim of enhancing mutual understanding and achieving better results in aesthetic clinics.

We invite all healthcare practitioners working in the field of aesthetic medicine or those who are interested in joining this ever-evolving field to attend this informative webinar.

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Speakers

Dr. Reza Akef MD, CCFP-EM Assistant professor, McMaster University Canada

Dr. Reza Akef is a highly experienced and respected cosmetic physician, with over 14 years of experience in teaching and practicing cosmetic medicine. He is currently the Assistant Professor at McMaster University and the Chairman of the Canadian Board of Aesthetic Medicine (CBAM), where he shares his knowledge and expertise with other healthcare professionals to provide the best care for their patients.

Dr. Akef is board certified by the College of Family Physicians of Canada in both Family and Emergency Medicine. Additionally, he is deeply involved in interventional pain practice cooperation for the treatment of Migraines, chronic pain, TMJ, Myofascial pain, and Fibromyalgia. He is a leading cosmetic physician and an internationally recognized specialist in non-surgical cosmetic procedures.

Dr. Akef is dedicated to understanding his clients’ concerns and creating personalized treatment plans that meet their needs and goals. He is committed to thoughtfully and strategically creating individualized combinations of leading, safe treatments that exceed client expectations. He is also the founder of Angel Gloss spa in Toronto, an established, leading destination for non-surgical cosmetic procedures for individuals seeking leading physicians with proven experience, the latest technology, and cutting-edge techniques.

Dr. Akef is actively involved in multiple training courses, webinars, and conferences all around the world, including prestigious international conferences such as IMCAS, AMWC, and Dubai Derma. He participates as a speaker at these events and is always looking to stay up to date with the latest developments in the field of cosmetic medicine.

Mohsen Talani, MD, Anatomist (Canada)

Mohsen Talani is the Director of CBAM. He has over 16 years of experience teaching anatomy in Canada and internationally to students and health care practitioners in different fields of medicine such as physicians, dentists, nurses, chiropractors and physiotherapists.

Graduating from medical school at a young age, he became a medical doctor in his home country, Iran, and practiced in the field of emergency medicine. While pursuing his Masters thesis in neuroscience in McGill University, he discovered his passion for teaching. Since then, he has been working in the field of medical science education, with a focus on anatomy.

He strongly believes that with the rapid growing aesthetic industry, all practitioners should have a profound knowledge of skin basics, fat compartments, muscles, blood vessels and nerves, in order to provide safe and effective care to clients and prevent or minimize post-treatment complications linked to lack of anatomy knowledge.

He is currently training health care practitioners who seek to have a deep knowledge in anatomy. He incorporates fun, innovative and easy-to-understand methods of teaching in all of his classes, guest lectures and presentations. Additionally he supervises the cadaver lab dissections and hands-on practical.

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