Master in aesthetic medicine,
regenerative and antiaging surgery

UNIVERSITY MASTER 2nd level (2020-2022)

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Open registration Image 13 July - 13 November 2020

Master charge:

8.000 €  
PARTICIPATION IN INDIVIDUAL MODULES IS POSSIBLE

Frequency mode:

70% minimum attendance

Delivery language:

Italian with simultaneous translation into English

Period for the subscription:

13 Juy - 13 November 2020

Payment deadlines

2.000€ + 16€ at registration
2.000€ - 31.05.2021
2.000€ - 30.11.2021
2.000€ - 31.05.2022


Duration

biennial 141 credits


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The II level Master is addressed to Graduates in Medicine and Surgery.

The professional opportunities concern Doctors who will operate in the field of Aesthetic Regenerative and Antiaging Medicine.
The possible professional placement includes specific Clinical and Research Centers.

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Educational objectives

To deepen professional knowledge and skills according to a global approach and integrated in the biological, regenerative and medical-surgical fields. The specific objectives will be:

  • - consolidate basic knowledge;
  • - acquire new characterizing skills;
  • - acquire the main techniques and tools for managing critical issues;
  • - to deepen medico-legal aspects.

The didactic modules foreseen concern regarding anatomy, biology and basic research, treatment of various imperfections and pathologies with diagnosis and aesthetic problems, with recourse to surgical and non-surgical methods.

PROGRAM

FIRST YEAR MODULES

I MODULE - JANUARY 22,23,24

SKIN AND ANTI-AGING AESTHETIC MEDICINE AND SURGERY

II MODULE - FEBRUARY 26,27,28

ADIPOSE TISSUE AND LOCALIZED ADIPOSITIES

III MODULE - MARCH 26,27,29

BODY AESTHETICS AND FIBROSCLEROTIC EDEMATO PANNICOLOPATHY (PEFS)

IV MODULE - MAY 21,22,23

DERMATOLOGY IN AESTHETIC MEDICINE

V MODULE - JUNE 25,26,27

FACIAL AND BODY IMPERFECTIONS

VI MODULE - SEPTEMBER 24,25,26

FACE AESTHETICS-1

VII MODULE - OCTOBER 29,30,31

FACE AESTHETICS- 2

VIII MODULE - NOVEMBER 26,27,28

BODY AESTHETICS - 1

SECOND YEAR MODULES (DATES TO BE DEFINED)

IX MODULE

BODY AESTHETICS-2

X MODULE

BOTULINIC TOXIN IN AESTHETIC MEDICINE

XI MODULE

ADIPOSE TISSUE MANAGEMENT IN MEDICINE AND AESTHETIC SURGERY

XII MODULE

AESTHETIC BEAUTY AND PSYCHE

XIII MODULE

ADVANCED TECHNOLOGIES - LEGAL ASPECTS IN AESTHETIC MEDICINE

XIV MODULE

ENDOCRINOLOGY - TRICHOLOGY IN AESTHETIC MEDICINE

XV MODULE

MISCELLANEOUS IN-DEPTH

  • 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: during the various modules practical workshops will be carried out on the topics covered.
  • Practical exercises: in each module exercises will be performed on patients with techniques related to the subject of the lessons.
  • Internship: hands-on internships will be held at the headquarters of the Master or at associated Centers in order to learn and use the techniques of Aesthetic Medicine learned in a conscious and appropriate way.

Teachers




Presentation of the objectives of the Master

1st YEAR

Presentation of the master
Aesthetic medicine and surgery: training objectives. Boundaries between medicine and cosmetic surgery
Macro and micro anatomy of the skin
Facial aesthetic units
Anti-aging aesthetic medicine
Biology and biochemistry of physiological aging
Aging processes of the face and body: bone, skin, subcutaneous, muscle aspects, changes related to the imaging of the adipose and subcutaneous, superficial and deep panniculi
Photo-aging, chrono-aging and their classification
Etiology and classification of wrinkles. Biotypes and skin phototypes
The medical record in aesthetic medicine. Home cosmetic hygiene
Primary and secondary skin aging prevention protocol. The aging face: pathophysiology of aging, genetic, nutritional, exogenous factors.
Methods of analysis of the literature of competence in aesthetic medicine
Theoretical / practical part of clinical exercises: the medical record, the skin biotype detection, the skin check up
Histology anatomy and pathophysiology of adipose tissue
Ultrastructural and cellular analysis of the different adipose panels
Diagnosis and clinical classification of localized fat deposits on the face and body. Therapeutic, nutritional, behavioral approach
Combined non-surgical therapeutic approach
Advanced technologies for lipolysis
Primary and secondary prevention protocol for localized adiposity
Surgical techniques of lipolysis
Adverse events, complications and their treatment
Theoretical / practical part, clinical exercises: mesotherapy, non-surgical lipolysis, carboxytherapy, cryolipolysis
Etiopathogenesis and structural anatomy of fibrosclerotic panniculopathy
Biochemistry and proteomics of fibrosclerotic panniculopathy
Diagnosis of panniculo clinical and instrumental fibrosclerotic pathology. Transcutaneous ultrasound
Non-surgical treatment techniques
Primary and secondary prevention protocols for fibrosclerotic panniculopathy
Theoretical / practical part of surgical treatment techniques
Theoretical / practical part of carboxytherapy exercise
Adverse events, complications and their treatment
Dermatological lesions that the aesthetic doctor must recognize and be able to report to the specialist: melanomas, precancerous lesions, skin lesions, systemic diseases, cornices, autoimmune
Histology of the most common aesthetic dermatological lesions
Differential diagnosis of the most common pathologies of aesthetic interest
Dermatoscopy. WOOD light. Hypo and hyper-pigmentations. Livitiligine. Psoriasis
Spots and melasma
Primary and secondary prevention protocols for some imperfections of dermatological interest
Theoretical / practical part exercises in dermatoscopy, peeling of spots and melasma
Adverse events, complications and their treatment
Vascular blemishes: capillaries, telangiectasias, spider nevi, microvarices, angiomas
Red and white stretch marks: histology, etiopathogenesis, diagnosis and therapy
Peeling clinical approach part two. Peeling and dyschromia
Clinical approach to scarring outcomes
Theoretical / practical part of the exercise: biodermogenesis, radiofrequency, cryotherapy
Adverse events, complications and their treatment
Anatomy of facial structures, topographical anatomy of the face, facial aesthetic unit
Aesthetics in maxillofacial surgery; the restoration of facial aesthetics in maxillofacial and plastic surgery
Smile: cultural, anthropological and evolutionary meanings. Smile anatomy: golden proportions
Smile aesthetics and functions. Aesthetic dentistry. Blemishes due to dental malposition. Role of stomaltological dentistry.
Theoretical / practical part of the whitening exercise… ..
Adverse events, complications and their treatment
Fillers and biostimulants: product categories general principles of use. Anatomy and Rheology: the parameters to optimize the choice of the filler
Non-injective and d injective techniques of skin biostimulation. Bio restructuring vs Biostimulation.
Filling techniques for the restoration of volumes and asymmetries of the face through the use of fillers
Targeted and causal approach to wrinkles
Full face approach in the treatment of facial aging
Theoretical / practical part of the filler exercise
Theoretical / practical part of biostimulation exercise
Adverse events and their complications and their treatment
Alimentation and Nutrition. Nutriceutica. Foods and fake foods.
Aesthetic medicine conjugated to men.
Difficult areas: arms, buttocks, hands, neck and décolleté, thighs, abdomen
Intradermotherapies: practical theory of exercises


2nd YEAR

Ancillary beauty treatments and well-being: thermal medicine, thalassotherapy, lymphatic drainage, treatments of skin appendages.
Aesthetic medicine and camufflage in the imperfections of people suffering from serious systemic diseases, to their psychological support.
Cosmeceutics: principles applied to the medical field. Cosmeceutical laboratory.
Chemistry and biology of botulinum toxin (BONTa). Classification of toxins. Biological mechanism of action. Medical and off label use. Spasticity treatment. Aesthetic indications.
Upper and middle third of the face. Aesthetic indications off label: lower third of the face. Chin, perilabial and periocular area Neck treatment. Hyperhidrosis treatment. Elements of treatment for non-aesthetic purposes. Bruxism.
Hypertrophy of mm masseters. Adverse events, complications and their management.
Theoretical / practical part, clinical exercises: clinical use of botulinum toxin on manikin and in vivo.
Liposuction. Lipofilling. Autologous transplantation of adipose tissue. Adipose tissue as a source of regeneration.
Autologous tissue regeneration.
Mastoplasitche and abdominoplasty.
Adverse events and their management.
History of beauty. Evolution of the aesthetics of the face and body in the figurative arts. Beauty and aesthetic standards.
Cultural and anthropological differences in facial and body aesthetics. The psyche: from skin to self-skin. Psychology and psychiatry applied to medicine and cosmetic surgery. Acceptance of the body self. Mild and severe dysmorphophobias. Intercepting and safeguarding people at risk of psychosis. Ethics of aesthetic demands: induced woods and false needs. Because we get older before the skin
Prevention of psychic pathologies related to self acceptance. Communicate with and for the person in medicine and cosmetic surgery. Social effect and image management.
Standardized digital photography as a diagnostic tool in Medicine and Aesthetic Surgery. The 3D evaluation in facial aesthetics.
Light therapy. Bio stimulation photo. Plasma technology. Laser in aesthetic medicine. Invasive and non-invasive radio frequency.
Carboxy. Lipolysis. Focused ultrasound. Oxygen and ozone therapy. Adverse events and their management.
The figure of the aesthetic doctor: surgery, regulations and limitations; principles of ergonomics and hygiene / sterilization.
Forensic medicine in the field of personal protection. Legal aspects related to medicine and aesthetic surgery. Consents. Liability profiles
Anatomy and pathophysiology of hair and scalp. Aesthetic importance of the skin appendages.
Surgical techniques and not applied to trichology.
Endocrinology and aesthetic medicine.
Adverse events and their management.
Full face treatment. The treatment of difficult areas.
In-depth treatment of botulinum toxin.
Learn more about CADAVER LAB.
Free in-depth discussion at the round table: Problem solving in medicine and aesthetic surgery.