Dr. Ajay Rana successfully concludes 45th Congress of the Italian Society of Aesthetic Medicine in Rome recently

Dr. Ajay Rana successfully concludes 45th Congress of the Italian Society of Aesthetic Medicine in Rome recentlyThe 45th Congress of the Italian Society of Aesthetic Medicine held recently in the historic city of Rome, has concluded with resounding success. The event, which gathered leading experts, practitioners, and enthusiasts in the field of aesthetic medicine, was a showcase of the latest advancements and best practices in the industry.

Presiding over the Congress as Chair and Keynote Speaker was Dr. Ajay Rana, President of the Indian Society of Aesthetic Medicine. Dr. Rana’s expertise and insights inspired attendees to explore new avenues for enhancing patient care and satisfaction. His captivating keynote address highlighted the importance of innovation and collaboration in advancing the field of aesthetic medicine

The 45th Congress of the Italian Society of Aesthetic Medicine reaffirmed its commitment to advancing the standards of practice and promoting excellence in aesthetic medicine. Plans are already underway for the next edition of the Congress, promising even greater opportunities for learning, networking, and growth.

During the Congress, Dr. Rana delivered two significant speeches. In Session 1, titled ‘The Cannons of Beauty,’ he spoke on “Evolving Beauty Standards in Indian Society: Perceptions, Influences, and Challenges,” offering a deep dive into the cultural dynamics shaping aesthetic preferences. In Session 2, ‘Lasers & Energy-Based Devices in Aesthetic Medicine,’ Dr. Rana presented a “Comparative Analysis of Microneedling, Fractional Lasers, MNRF, and High Intensity Focused Ultrasound (HIFU) in Dermatological Treatments,” providing valuable insights into the efficacy of various cutting-edge treatments.

The three-day event was marked by thought-provoking discussions, interactive workshops, and informative presentations covering a broad spectrum of topics, including emerging technologies, patient safety, and ethical considerations in aesthetic practice. The Congress provided a valuable platform for networking and knowledge exchange among professionals from diverse backgrounds and specialties.

Reflecting on the success of the event, Dr. Ajay Rana expressed his gratitude to the organising committee, speakers, sponsors, and attendees for their contributions and participation. He emphasised the importance of continuous learning and collaboration in driving excellence and innovation in aesthetic medicine.

Founded in Rome in 1975 by Dr. Carlo Alberto Bartoletti, The Italian Society of Aesthetic Medicine is a non-profit cultural association dedicated to the study, research, and dissemination of information regarding aesthetic medicine. It brings together doctors from various specialisations, organises training and specialisation courses and maintains high standards of quality and rigor in its methodologies. Since its inception, the Society has played a pivotal role in the advancement of aesthetic medicine through its national and international congresses and its collaboration with leading medical institutions.

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