Objectives of the Course
To familiarize participants with lasers and their role in a modern cosmetic medicine practice. To understand the treatments that can be offered, the safety rules that must be followed, the possibility of side-effects, the expected results and outcomes of treatments. To highlight where lasers are better than traditional techniques, where they can complement each other and where lasers are not that strong.
After this course the participants should be able to:
• understand what lasers can offer to a modern cosmetic medicine practice.
• understand where lasers have advantages over traditional methods, where they can be combined and where they cannot compete with other methods.
• make useful conclusions on the type of lasers they might need for their practice to gain a competitive advantage in comparison to fellow practitioners.
Medical Doctor degree from University of Athens, Greece. General and Plastic & Aesthetic Surgeon. PhD (the University of Athens). European Board in Plastic–Aesthetic and Reconstructive Surgery. Dr. Vlachos has gained a vast experience in Lasers in Medicine and Surgery and he is the Scientific Secretary and Treasurer of the European Society for Laser Aesthetic Surgery (ESLAS). He has participated in numerous Laser Congresses as Instructor and has published 3 books already and more than 15papers in peer-reviewed scientific journals. He practices Plastic Surgery (both aesthetic and reconstructive) in his private office in Athens and conducts his operations in renowned private clinics. He is affiliated with cosmetic centers both in Cyprus and the UK as well.