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2nd Annual AboutFACE 2009 at The Encore at Wynn Las Vegas Features Leading Instructors and Best Techniques For Practice Success
Date:1/21/2009

As the 2nd annual AboutFACE®, The Art and Science of Using Injectable Agents and Energy-based Devices for Facial Aesthetic Enhancement approaches, Program Director, Dr. Steven Fagien is pleased to offer attendees the most extensive cutting edge meeting for aesthetic physicians. This two and one-half day interactive symposium will foster an open exchange of ideas and opportunities to learn through live injection and laser demonstrations, as well as skincare dispensing and practice enhancement workshops open to physicians and their staff.

Tampa, FL (PRWEB) January 21, 2009 -- As the 2nd annual AboutFACE®, The Art and Science of Using Injectable Agents and Energy-based Devices for Facial Aesthetic Enhancement approaches, Program Director, Dr. Steven Fagien is pleased to offer attendees the most extensive cutting edge meeting for aesthetic physicians. This two and one-half day interactive symposium will foster an open exchange of ideas and opportunities to learn through live injection and laser demonstrations, as well as skincare dispensing and practice enhancement workshops open to physicians and their staff.

According to Dr. Rod J. Rohrich, "In the current economic climate, there is an ever increasing demand for minimally invasive aesthetic techniques among consumers. Therefore, it is imperative for patient safety to ensure that training of the highest standards is offered by credentialed plastic surgeons and dermatologists who are truly experts in their fields. The AboutFace® faculty is at the forefront of medical aesthetics, and the scope of the 2009 program covers the key topics of interest to physicians today."

Taking place on Friday, March 27 through Sunday, March 29, 2009, AboutFace® 2009 is the first aesthetic meeting to be held at the prestigious Encore at Wynn Las Vegas. Nationally recognized faculty includes Drs. Rod Rohrich, Richard Fitzpatrick, J
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