Theme: Aesthetics: Grow beautifully in your own way

Aesthetic Meeting 2022

Aesthetic Meeting 2022

" Aesthetics: Grow beautifully in your own way "

Aesthetic Meeting 2022 welcomes all the attendees, speakers, sponsor’s and other research expertise from all over the world to the "24th World Dermatology and Aesthetic Congress" which is going to be held during October 21, 2022 Webinar. We are very much honored to invite you all to exchange and share your views and experience on the "Aesthetics: Grow beautifully in your own way“

Aesthetic Meeting 2022 will bring together world-class personalities working on Psoriasis, Cosmetic Dermatology, Surgical Dermatology, Eczema, Melanoma, Vitiligo, Acne, Bariatric surgery and other Dermatological diseases.

This Conference agenda is to Enhance the latest and Incredible Innovations in every field of Aesthetics and Dermatology. Aesthetic Meeting 2022 offers a great Opportunity, to learn about the most recent technologies, to meet the most Prominent persons and to discuss about theme “Aesthetics: Grow beautifully in your own way”.

Why to attend?

24th World Dermatology and Aesthetic Congress which is webinar to be held on October 21, 2022 Webinar is going to be the biggest conference for Aesthetics and dermatology conference. It contains amazing topics, related to Dermatology and Aesthetics and presentations globally with panel and industries. Aesthetic Meeting 2022 aims to bring together, Scientists, Delegates including oral presentations by renowned speakers and worldwide keynote speaker and YRF, Poster Presentation by students. This conference also provides great opportunity for Dermatologists and aestheticians to explore and to justify healing and curing some diseases by various medicines.

Who Attends

  • Dermatologists
  • Oncology
  • Cosmetologists
  • Venereologists & Trichologists Aestheticians,
  • Paramedical Aestheticians
  • Tonsorial artists
  • Skin Specialists & Health Experts
  • Scientists involved in research of Dermatology and related fields
  • Students and Upcoming Researcher of Medicine Disciplines
  • Pharmacists & Pharmacologists
  • Health care systems and Hospitals
  • Associations and Societies of Dermatology and Aesthetic Medicine
  • Directors of Cosmetics companies and Clinics
  • Entrepreneurs & Business delegates

Track 1: Dermatology

Dermatology is a medical specialty that focuses on skin issues. It's a medical and surgical specialty that combines the best of both worlds. A dermatologist is a doctor who specializes in skin, hair, and nail disorders, as well as some cosmetic concerns.

  1. Immunodermatology
  2. Dermatoepidemiology
  3. Teledermatology
  4. Blepharoplasty

Track 2: Psych Dermatology

Psychodermatology, often known as psychocutaneous medicine, is concerned with the intersection of psychiatric and dermatology. The efficient management of psychodermatologic illnesses requires an understanding of the psychosocial and occupational context of skin diseases.

  1. Acne
  2. Alopecia areata
  3. Atopic dertmatitis
  4. Psoriasis
  5. Psychogenic purpura

Track 3: Pediatric Dermatology

Pediatric dermatology is a subspecialty of dermatology that focuses on the study, prevention, and treatment of skin disorders that affect children. There are a variety of skin disorders that appear in childhood, some of which are equally common in adults but have different effects on children and teenagers.

  1. Pediatric rheumatologists
  2. Birthmarks
  3. Skin infections
  4. Dermatitis

Track 4: Cosmetic Dermatology

Restorative Dermatology focuses on improving, upgrading, and enhancing the appearance of skin, hair, and nails in a tasteful, inventive, and aesthetic manner. Although it is rarely regarded as a clinical need, it can, in any case, alleviate clinical dermatological issues. Advanced Dermatology (ADCS)-identified medicines range from deeply cleansing, energising, renewing, and re-establishing skin surface and tone to decreasing skin defects. This conference will cover all aspect of cosmetology and dermatology. 

  1. Scars
  2. Tags on the skin
  3. Moles
  4. Stretch marks are a type of scar that appears on skin
  5. Birthmarks

Track 5: Dermatopathology

Dermatopathology is a branch of dermatology and pathology (or surgical pathology) that focuses on the microscopic and molecular investigation of cutaneous disorders. At a basic level, it also includes assessments of the potential causes of skin illnesses. Dermatopathologists collaborate closely with clinical dermatologists, with many having additional dermatology training.

  1. List of skin diseases
  2. Pathology
  3. Anatomical pathology
  4. Surgical pathology
  5. Skin lesion

Track 6: Surgical Dermatology

Dermatology is a medical specialty that focuses on skin issues. It is a medical and surgical specialty. A dermatologist is a doctor who specialises in skin, hair, and nail disorders, as well as some cosmetic difficulties.

  1. Electrosurgery.
  2. Curettage and cautery.
  3. Wound closure.
  4. Flaps.
  5. Skin grafting       

Track 7: Mohs Surgery

Mohs surgical surgery is one of the most widely utilised surgical approaches for treating skin malignancies. Thin layers of cancer-containing skin are gradually removed and analysed during a Mohs surgical process, until only cancer-free tissue remains. The Mohs surgical procedure is also known as the Mohs micrographic surgical procedure. This consultation can also address skin malignancies, as well as a variety of other skin-related issues and surgical treatments.

  1. Cryosurgery
  2. Dermabrasion
  3. Imiquimod
  4. Surgery
  5. Chemotherapy
  6. Debridement

Track 8: Plastic Surgery

Plastic surgery is a surgical specialty that focuses on restoring, reconstructing, or altering the human body. Reconstructive and aesthetic surgery are the two most popular types of surgery. While reconstructive surgery strives to restore or improve a body part's function, cosmetic (or aesthetic) surgery aims to improve its appearance.

  1. Aesthetic surgery
  2. Burn surgery
  3. Ethnic plastic surgery
  4. Hand surgery
  5. Microsurgery
  6. Pediatric plastic surgery

Track 9: Ageing Science

Ageing is the process of becoming older. Humans, many other animals, and fungi are the most common examples of biological immortality, but bacteria, perennial plants, and certain simple animals are not. Furthermore, the term "ageing" refers to both a biological and a social construct. Biological, psychological, physiological, environmental, behavioral, and social factors are all linked to it. Aging can refer to solitary cells inside an organism that have stopped dividing (cellular senescence) or the population of a species in a larger sense (population aging).

  1. Molecular and cellular hallmarks of ageing
  2. Metabolic pathways involved in ageing
  3. Programmed factors
  4. Evolution of ageing
  5. Damage-related factors

Track 10: Trichology and Hair Transplantation

Trichology is the science of hair and scalp. Trichology is also the study of human hair structure, function, and illnesses. The diagnosis and treatment of diseases and abnormalities of the human hair and scalp is known as clinical trichology.

  1. Itchy and flaking scalp
  2. Thinning
  3. Hair fall
  4. Balding

Track 11: Immunology of Skin Allergy

Skin immunity is a feature of the skin that permits it to resist pathogen infections. The skin has aspects of the innate and adaptive immune systems, allowing it to actively combat infections in addition to providing a passive physical barrier against infection. As a result, the skin provides a multi-layered barrier against infection.

  1. Dendritic cells
  2. Antigens
  3. Lymphocytes
  4. Inflammatory diseases
  5. Epidermis

Track 12: Skin Infection and Therapeutics

A skin infection happens when bacteria or other germs invade the skin through a wound and spread throughout the body, producing pain, swelling, and discoloration. Skin therapists are trained to examine a person's skin and provide appropriate treatments for any problems that may arise. These trained professionals are incredibly informed about rosacea, sun damage, and wrinkles, among other disorders that affect skin health.

  1. Dermal fillers
  2. Laser therapies
  3. Skin concerns
  4. Injectable therapies
  5. Medical grade skincare

Track 13: Cosmetics and Skin Care

Cosmetics are made up of a wide range of chemical components derived from both natural and synthetic sources. Cosmetics serve a variety of functions. Cleanse and protect the body or skin with personal care and skincare products. Makeup can be used to disguise flaws, accentuate one's natural features, add color to a person's face, and even transform the appearance of the face totally to resemble a new person, creature, or item. Cosmetics can also be produced to give the body a pleasant aroma.

  1. Decorative
  2. Skincare
  3. Hair care
  4. Perfume
  5. Etymology

Track 14: Surgical and Non- Surgical Aesthetic Procedures

Non-invasive treatments are sometimes known as "non-surgical" procedures in the beauty industry. This is because, unlike "surgical" procedures that are considered "invasive," these therapies do not require the skin to be cut or devices to be put into the body. If you have a very specific notion of how you want to improve your appearance, even if it's a subtle change, you could be pleasantly pleased at how simple it is to achieve without surgery.

  1. Anti-wrinkle treatment
  2. Cheek augmentation
  3. Chin augmentation
  4. Lip enhancement
  5. Nose reshaping

Track 15: Cosmetic Dentistry

If you're unhappy with your smile, modern cosmetic dentistry can assist. This sort of skilled dental care focuses on improving the appearance of your mouth, teeth, gums, and overall smile. Procedures such as teeth whitening, veneers, fillings, and implants are all frequent.

  1. Teeth whitening
  2. Dental veneers
  3. Dental crowns
  4. Dental implants
  5. Dental bonding

Track 16: Bacterial and Fungal Skin Infection 

Bacterial skin infections commonly begin as little red pimples that develop in size over time. Some bacterial infections are mild and can be treated with topical antibiotics, but others require oral medicines. A fungus causes skin infections, which are particularly common in wet parts of the body like the feet or armpits. Some fungal infections are not contagious, and they are usually not life threatening.

  1. Cellulitis
  2. Impetigo
  3. Boils
  4. Leprosy
  5. Athlete’s foot
  6. Nail fungus

Track 17: Nutrition and Diet for Healthy Skin

Eat antioxidant-rich fruits and vegetables, healthy fats from oily fish and nuts, and a varied and balanced diet to pamper your skin and optimize your nutrition. This should provide ideal quantities of nutrients such as beta carotene, vitamins C and E, zinc, and selenium, all of which are important for glowing skin.

  1. Eat enough vitamin C
  2. Don't crash diet
  3. Stock up on selenium
  4. Eat enough vitamin E
  5. Eat some healthy fat
  6. Eat plenty of zinc

Track 18: Skin Grafting

Skin grafting is a medical procedure that involves taking skin from one place of the body and transporting or transplanting it to another. If a section of the body has lost its protective skin covering due to burns, injury, or sickness, this operation may be performed. Skin transplants are done in a hospital setting. The majority of skin grafts are performed under general anesthesia. According to the patient's needs, there are two forms of skin grafting. Skin transplants are done in a hospital setting. The majority of skin transplants are performed under general anesthesia, which means you will be asleep and pain-free throughout the treatment.

  1. Medical applications
  2. Classification
  3. Choosing a donor
  4. Procedure and aftercare
  5. Associated Conferences

Track 19: Cryotherapy

Cryotherapy, often known as cold therapy, is the use of low temperatures in medical therapy on a local or broad scale. Cryotherapy is a treatment option for a number of tissue lesions. The most common application of the phrase is to describe a surgical procedure known as cryosurgery or cryoablation. The application of extremely low temperatures to eliminate aberrant or diseased tissue is known as cryosurgery, and it is most typically employed to treat skin diseases.

  1. Cryosurgery
  2. Ice pack therapy
  3. Cold spray anesthetics
  4. Whole body cryotherapy

Track 20: Medical & Aesthetic Devices

Medical aesthetic devices refer to all medical equipment that are used for body beauty, correction, and improvement treatments, such as plastic surgery, undesired hair removal, excess fat removal, anti-aging, aesthetic implants, skin tightening, and so on.

  1. Energy-based aesthetic device
  2. Non-energy-based aesthetic device
  3. Laser-based aesthetic device
  4. Light-based aesthetic device
  5. Ultrasound aesthetic device

Scope and Importance:

Dermatology is a drug specialty that focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of skin, nail, hair, and mucous membrane illnesses. Dermatitis, acne, psoriasis, eczema, skin infections, and skin malignancies are among the most common skin illnesses. Hair loss is the most frequent hair issue all over the world. Some common nail issues include bacterial and fungal infections, ingrown nails, tumours, and warts. Dermatologists recommend dermatological pills for the treatment of skin, nail, and hair diseases.

Because of the rising occurrence of skin diseases and the increased attention on capacity packages of dermatological capsules in these regions, North America and Europe are the most important markets. The United States, followed by Canada, is the largest market for dermatology medications. The United Kingdom, Germany, and France are the primary countries that maintain a significant share of the European market.

Global Markets for Dermatology Devices:

During the projection period of 2020-2025, the global dermatological devices market is expected to increase at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 5.3 percent, from $11.1 billion in 2020 to $15.1 billion in 2025.

The current study provides a comprehensive overview of the dermatology device industry. It encompasses equipment used in dermatology treatments like skin disorders, skin malignancies, skin resurfacing, and other skin problems. Fat grafting, liposuction, skin tightening, body countering, rhinoplasty, and other surgical treatments or procedures are not covered in this research.

Chemicals for Cosmetics and Toiletries: Global Markets

During the forecast period of 2021-2026, the global market for cosmetic and toiletry ingredients is expected to increase at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 4.2 percent, from $24.8 billion in 2021 to $30.5 billion in 2026.

The global and regional markets for ingredients used in the cosmetics and toiletry industries are studied in this paper. These markets are also broken down by application and primary material kinds. New inventions and technological innovations covered by these patents demonstrate the industry's dynamic nature, and the study includes an analysis of these patents.

List of Top Dermatology Universities:

World wide Universities:

  • St John’s Institute of Dermatology
  • UCD Charles Institute of Dermatology
  • The Australasian College of Dermatologists
  • University of Pennsylvania
  • Stanford University
  • University of California San Francisco Parnassus Campus
  • Columbia University
  • New York University
  • Thomas Jefferson University
  • Harvard University
  • Case Western Reserve University

Associations Involved in Innovative Technologies and researches:

  • Netherlands Society for Dermatology and Venereology
  • Cosmetic dermatology treatments
  • New Zealand Dermatological Society
  • Dermatology Conferences 2021
  • Nigerian Association of Dermatologists .
  • Círculo Dermatological del Peru
  • Colegio Ibero Latinoamericano de Dermatología
  • Colombian Association of Dermatology.
  • Society of Dermatology Physician Assistants
  • Dermatology Conference 2021
  • The History of Dermatology Society
  • Dermatology Conferences 2021
  • The Photo medicine Society
  • US Environmental Protection Agency on Ozone Depletion
  • Wound Healing Society.

Societies and Associations

Middle East:

German Society of Dermatology e.V. | Philippine Dermatological Society - St. Luke's | Medical Center Quezon City | Face Aesthetic Dermatologist Society | Cosmetic Dermatology Society India | Dr. Galadari Derma Clinic | International Society of Dermatology | Asian Dermatological Association | French Society of Dermatology | The Missouri Dermatological Society | Indian Association of Dermatologists, Venereologists & Leprologists Headquarters | | Iran Society of Dermatology

Asia Pecific:

Dermatological Society of Malaysia | Dermatological Society of Singapore | Dermatologic Society of Greater New York | Japanese Dermatological Association | Japanese Society of Anti-Aging Medicine | Japanese Society for Investigative Dermatology | Japanese Society for Pigment Cell Research | Jordanian Society of Dermatology and Venereology | Dermatology Conferences 2021 in japan | Korean Dermatological Association | Kurdistan Society of Dermatology


European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology | European Academy of Dermatology and Venerology | European Association of Dermato-Oncology | European Dermato-Epidemiology Network | European Dermatology Forum | European Environmental and Contact Dermatitis Research Group | European Nail Society  | European Society of Aesthetic Surgery (ESAS) | European Society of Contact dermatitis


American Academy of Dermatology | American Board of Dermatology | American Dermatological Association | Dermatology Conference japan | American Osteopathic College of Dermatology | American Society for Dermatologic Surgery | American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery | American Society for Mohs Surgery | American Society for Photobiology | American Society of Dermatology | American Society of Dermatology | Dermatology Nurses' Association

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