Master in aesthetics medicine,
regenerative and antiaging


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Open registration: Image Aug 5th, 2019 – Oct 7th, 2019

Master charge

4000 €

Period for the subscription:

05 August 2019 – 07 October 2019

Payment deadlines:

1 payment: October 31st, 2019
2 payment: March 31st, 2020


One year

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The principal aim of master is to improve the knowledge of the doctors about aesthetic and anti aging medicine. The theory lessons will be focused on all the biological pathways of aging and regenerative medicine. The practice lessons will be focused on the classification of patients, the personalized diagnosis, the different technologies used in regenerative and aesthetic medicine and will comprehend also workshops and stages. Particularly, the Master will prepare doctors to treat each patient following a customized protocol based on the employing the most specific product, basing on a detailed personalized diagnosis. Moreover the doctors, at the end of Master, will acquired all the professional skills necessary to have good results and in order to prevent adverse effects.


I MODULE 15,16,17 NOVEMBER 2019

Presentation of the courses. Microscopic anatomy of cutis and sub cutis. The aesthetic medicine as new scientific field. The aesthetics today. The beauty criteria. The stochastic damage and the extrinsic one. Regenerative basis. Injective methods for antiaging: autologous bio-rivitalization, (PRP e GF) and heterologous. Not injective techniques such as needling, trans dermic transport. Practice section.

II MODULE 13,14,15 DECEMBER 2019

Aesthetic biochemistry. Oxidative stress, nutrceutic and nutrigenomic. Diets and nutritional basis. Adipose tissue anatomy. Cellulite and localized accumuli: ethiology, physio-pathology, histology. Different techniques for cellulite and localized depots treatment . Management of adverse effects. Practice section.


Skin lessons: histology and pathological anatomy.Skin tumors. Dermatoscopy and outline of dermatology. Dermatosurgery with traditional techniques (ambulatory surgery) and minimally invasive (plasma). Stretch marks. Peelings: soft, medium, deep and the specific ity for different pathology. Adverse events and their management. Practice section

IV MODULE 21,22,23 FEBRUARY 2020

Filler: basis and different formulation. Standard filler protocols. Advanced techniques for different body districts. Autologous adipose tissue transplant.

V MODULE 20,21,22 MARCH 2020

Anatomy of the cervico-facial area. Botulinum toxin. Basic concepts, characteristics of the different formulations. Standard and advanced techniques in in and off-label districts. Treatment of hyperhidrosis. Outline of treatments with non-aesthetic purposes. Adverse events and their management. Practical tests.

VI MODULE 24,25,26 APRIL 2020

Biostimulation, traction and suspension wires. Techniques in different anatomical areas of the cervico-facial district. Adverse events and their management. Practical sections. Legal aspects of aesthetic medicine. Forensic medicine and informed consent.

VII MODULE 29,30,31 MAY 2020

Smile aesthetics and aesthetic dentistry. Trichology and hair surgery. Gas in aesthetic medicine.

VIII MODULE 26,27,28 JUNE 2020

Light based therapies. Polychromatic lights (IPL). The monochromatic (laser) ablative and not for the different targets: vascular imperfections, discoloration, tattoo, hypertrichosis, laxity and resufacing. Other methods for aesthetic medicine (cryotherapy, HiFU, RF, ect.) Adverse events and their management. Practical section.

IX MODULE 17,18,19 JULY 2020

Cosmetic Surgery. Generalities and basic principles. The various interventions, indications, diagnostic classification, selection of candidates, preparation and management of post-op. Combination with aesthetic medicine techniques

X MODULE 25,26,27 SEPTEMBER 2020

Aesthetic endocrinology. The aesthetic medicine clinic: legal, clinical-practical and marketing aspects. The multidisciplinary approach to the patient: synergy, sequencing, programming. The concept of ad hoc tailoring therapy. Photography in aesthetic medicine.

23,24,25 OCTOBER 2020

Discussion of thesis. Doctors proclamations

  • Cadaver lab: during the whole year, dissect anatomy lessons will be organized on anatomical preparations in "fresh frozen" cadavers, with the individual possibility to participate in specific single-topic courses.
  • Workshop: different workshops will be organized basing of the lessons in each module.
  • Practice sections: each module will be characterized by practice section on patients
  • Stage: it will be possible perform a stage or at Verona University or in a pharmaceutical industry or in a medical structure


Presentation of the objectives of the Master

Presentation of the objectives of the Master SBARBATI ANDREA
Aesthetic medicine, the canons of beauty AMORE ROBERTO
Microscopic anatomy of skin and subcutaneous tissue SBARBATI ANDREA
Biology and biochemistry of aging IORIO EUGENIO LUIGI
Antiaging injection techniques: autologous biorevitalization (PRP, GF) and heterologous, biorestructuring AMUSO DOMENICO
Non-injective anti-aging techniques: needling and transdermal delivery AMORE ROBERTO
Anatomy and histology of the adipose panniculus SBARBATI ANDREA
Localized cellulite and adiposity AMUSO DOMENICO
Localized cellulite and adiposity techniques AMORE ROBERTO
Adverse events and their management AMUSO DOMENICO
Dermatoscopy and outline of dermatology MORDENTE INES
Treatment of dermatological lesions IZZO GIUSEPPE MARIA
Stretch marks AMUSO DOMENICO
Soft, medium and deep peelings specific for pathology PULVIRENTI ANTONIO
Adverse events and their management PULVIRENTI ANTONIO
Filler: basic concepts, rheological characteristics PUGLIA FRANCESCO
Standard filling techniques AMORE ROBERTO
Advanced techniques for facial and body districts MALATESTA FRANCESCO
Biostimulation, traction, suspension wires AMUSO DOMENICO
Autologous tissue regeneration MOUNTEAN ELIAS
Adverse events and their management CASSESE RICCARDO
Anatomy of the cervico-facial area SBARBATI ANDREA
Botulinum toxin: basic concepts and characteristics of the different formulations CASSESE RICARDO
Standard and advanced off-label techniques AMORE ROBERTO
Treatment of hyperhidrosis AMODEO VINCENZO
Adverse events and their management CASSESE RICCARDO
Smile aesthetics and aesthetic dentistry COSTA EZIO
Oxygen, ozone therapy MALATESTA MANUELA
Carboxytherapy AMUSO DOMENICO
Trichology and hair surgery AMORE ROBERTO
Basics of regenerative medicine FARINA MICHELE ANGELO
Genomic bases of aging GALIE MIRCO
Basics of antiaging medicine TERRANOVA FERDINANDO
Psihologia and beauty RIMONDINI MICHAELA
New methods in aesthetic medicine FARINA MICHELE ANGELO
Radiofrequency CONTI GIAMAICA
Biodermogenesi SBARBATI ANDREA
Adverse events and their management CONTI GIAMAICA
Cosmetic Surgery. Generalities and basic principles RICCIO MICHELE
Aesthetic surgery of the face VAIENTI LUCA
Aesthetic anthropology GOISIS MARIO
Aesthetic surgery of the breast PARODI PIER CAMILLO
Principles of nutrition CONTI GIAMAICA
The ketogenic diet MARCHETTI MARCO
Aesthetic biochemistry. Oxidative, nutraceutical and nutrigenomic stress IORIO EUGENIO LUIGI
Capillaries, telangiectasias, microvaric, angiomas AMUSO DOMENICO
Cosmetics and cosmetology BORELLINI UMBERTO
Aesthetic endocrinology LEVA FRANCESCO
Polychromatic lights PULVIRENTI ANTONIO
Monochromatic ablative and non: vascular imperfections, discoloration, tattoo, hypertrichosis, laxity, resurfacing SCRIMALI LUCA
Phototherapy SCRIMALI LUCA
Aesthetic Acupuncture PUGLIARELLO ROSARIO
Techniques in the anatomical areas of the facial district GUARINO ENRICO
Adverse events and their management AMUSO DOMENICO
The aesthetic medicine clinic AMUSO VINCENZO
Photography in aesthetic medicine TAVERNESE VINCENZO
Legal aspects of aesthetic medicine FIORENTINO STEFANO
Concluding lesson ANDREA SBARBATI