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Vegas Cosmetic Surgery & Aesthetic Dermatology has received a lot of buzz over previous years through several different media sources. Click any of the links below to read what others are saying about Vegas Cosmetic Surgery.
This is the only time of year that teachers from more than 15 countries and experts in top 4 basic specialties come together to join forces and achieve better education in aesthetics. Click to read more
Eleven years ago, the “core wars were in full force. Today, that very phrase is likely to be met only with a puzzled look. Thank S. Randolph Waldman, MD, a facial plastic surgeon, for this. Click to read more
Waldman has presented at scientific meetings around the world and chaired more than 30 multidisciplinary medical symposiums, but he is perhaps best known for his involvement in creating the Facial Cosmetic Surgery Multi-Specialty Symposium. Click to read moreSarah Russel
One of the reasons we find the Multi-Specialty show so special is its unique emphasis on bringing together the best and brightest doctors from the various fields that address facial cosmetic procedures, combining and cross-fertilizing their ideas in a way that moves beyond the typical ‘turf wars’ between the various disciplines of Oculoplastic Surgery, Dermatologic Surgery, Facial Plastic Surgery and Plastic Surgery. Click to read more.
…if there ever were a time to roll out the red carpet, it would have been Vegas Cosmetic Surgery 2012, which was held where else but the bedazzling Bellagio Hotel in Las Vegas from June 6 to June 10. This multispecialty meeting, now in its eighth year, brings together the superstars of oculoplastic surgery, dermatologic surgery, facial plastic surgery, and plastic surgery. Click to read more.Denise Mann
Strolling through the Bellagio hotel with Lexington, Ky-based facial plastic surgery S. Randolph Waldman, MD, during the Vegas Cosmetic Surgery meeting he chairs is like walking through the town square with the mayor. Everyone wants to shake his hand, whisper something in his ear, congratulate him on a well-planned event, or shore up plans for later that day. Click to read more.Denise Mann
Dr. Waldman’s journey to bridge gaps pressed on nine years ago with the creation of the platform for the first Multispecialty Aesthetic Meeting and by bringing together leading faculty members representing specialties from Dermatology, Opthamology, Facial Plastic Surgery, and Plastic Surgery. Click to read more.