The World Congress in Aesthetic and Anti-Aging Medicine News

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The World Congress in Aesthetic and Anti-Aging Medicine. Every year, medical doctors and professionals in Aesthetics travel to Monte Carlo, where every year in spring the largest congress of it`s kind takes place: the World Congress in Aesthetic and Anti-Aging Medicine, AMWC 2015. The overall tendency one can discover on the small as well as on the large scale is: Results get better. Soft and natural.

Charisme, personality, self estime : those words do characterize well the overall impression one did have visiting the booths, the scientific lectures, the live demos on this 13th edtion of AMWC which took again place march 25-29, 2015, in the Forum Grimaldi in the Principality of Monaco.

Natural look is the way to go: “Little gestures-Big effects” this is the motto, Dr Thierry Besins, plastic surgeon and Scientific Director of AMWC, did set up for AMWC 2015. Preserve the personality of any individual by minimally invasive and safe treatments mark the way to the future in Aesthetics.

Dr. Sabine Zenker, dermatologist from Germany and being Scientific Comité Member of this World Congress since some years now and in charge of various aspects of this meeting, states, that the success of this congress lies in it`s large variety covering all aspects in anti-aging- and aesthetic medicine, in it`s dedication to science and all practical aspects meant to help medical doctors to learn, exchange, update themselves and network in a great atmosphere and setting.

This growing congres (2015: 10% growth, more than 9000 participants, appr. 320 speakers coming from more than 120 different countries and more than 200 exhibitors (Source: is inevitable for any professional who wants to be up to speed in the field.

According to Dr. Zenker, doctors and techniques do become far better, more dedicated and refined in what they can do for patients. And: teaching is key in this field. That`s why AMWC will continue on this road of success: Promoting science for the future.


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