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THE Aesthetic Show Advances $34 Billion Market
Date:5/14/2008

LAS VEGAS, May 14 /PRNewswire/ -- More than 2,000 physicians, researchers, Wall Street analysts and industry executives will gather at the Mandalay Bay Resort for THE Aesthetic Show, May 30 - June 1, 2008. With the most comprehensive and progressive medical aesthetic educational program ever assembled in the U.S., this unique venue is focused on accelerating and sustaining the development of a $34 billion global market for aesthetic treatments.

"THE Aesthetic Show offers a weekend immersion in everything new and relevant in the aesthetic procedure business," said Michael Moretti, President of Medical Insight, Inc. and Chairman of THE Aesthetic Show. "We specifically designed this sophisticated show to serve the needs of both aesthetic practices and the supporting industry by breaking down the artificial barriers between various competing medical subspecialties. Unlike exclusive medical society meetings, THE Aesthetic Show makes high-level educational content and new ideas accessible to all of our attendees."

Faculty members of THE Aesthetic Show include the top anti-aging, cosmetic surgery and aesthetic medicine experts in the world, as well as some of the highest visibility celebrity physicians in the field. "Our attendees will enjoy three days of direct access to over 50 of the elite thought leaders who are driving the advancement and cultural mainstreaming of aesthetic medicine," explained Mr. Moretti. "Every relevant subject from the latest plastic surgery techniques to avant-garde body shaping and home use devices will be presented and evaluated in one weekend. This scientific program also offers 25 intensive one-hour workshops featuring interactive training sessions with patient treatments."

Leading corporate sponsors of THE Aesthetic Show include: Allergan Medical (NYSE: AGN), BioForm Medical (Nasdaq: BFRM), Candela (Nasdaq: CLZR), Cutera (Nasdaq: CUTR), Cynosure (Nasdaq: CYNO), Dermik Aesthetics, Galderma Laboratories, Johnson & Johnson (NYSE: JNJ), Mentor Corporation (NYSE: MNT), Merz Pharmaceuticals, Palomar Medical Technologies (Nasdaq: PMTI), Syneron (Nasdaq: ELOS) and Thermage (Nasdaq: THRM).

According to a recent research report released by Medical Insight (miinews.com), the global market for aesthetic products will exceed $5.4 billion in 2008. This dynamic market is expected to reach $8.5 billion by 2012. On a procedure level, aesthetic practices will perform 89 million treatments in 2008 generating $34 billion in practice revenues. Annual procedure volume will grow to 139 million treatments by 2012, producing $52 billion in patient fees, as consumers increasingly opt for more advanced, premium-priced procedures.

THE Aesthetic Show will be held at the Mandalay Bay Resort in Las Vegas from May 30 - June 1, 2008. To register or view the program, visit http://www.aestheticshow.com or contact Silvia Kraniess at Silvia@aestheticshow.com.

About Medical Insight, Inc.

Medical Insight, Inc. is the industry leader in sector and custom market research. Led by founder Michael Moretti, Medical Insight, Inc. has reported data for over 20 years on procedure volume, revenues, product sales, new product introductions, market forecasts and trend analysis. For information on products and services offered by Medical Insight, Inc., visit http://www.MiiNews.com.

Contact: Michael Moretti

Medical Insight, Inc.

(949) 830-5409

Email: Mmoretti@MiiNews.com


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