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Introducing ISAPS MedOne for Residents, Fellows, and Associates!

ISAPS is excited to announce we are now offering ISAPS MedOne access for Residents, Fellows, and Associates! Our extensive aesthetic surgery database features over 60 textbooks, 1,400 videos, and 32,000 images – plus Q+A’s to help you prep for your next exam. Explore a variety of titles, from The Business of Plastic Surgery by Joshua… Read More »

Activate your 10-day FREE trial of ISAPS MedOne!

ISAPS is excited to offer you a 10-day free trial of ISAPS MedOne, the platform for premium aesthetic surgery content. This Friday, November 8th through Monday, November 18th, explore our e-learning platform for free. Take advantage of over 60 best-selling textbooks – a total value of more than $17,000! Additional MedOne resources include 1,400+ high-quality videos… Read More »

ISAPS Encourages Physicians to Attend a Live Program on BIA-ALCL and Breast Implant Illnesses

Haymarket Medical Education, World Organization of Family Doctors, and International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Society Collaborate on Continuing Education “Town Wall” on BIA-ALCL and Other Breast-Implant Illnesses Primary Care Physicians Encouraged to Participate in Live Program and Online Continuing Education Activities Visit to register for tomorrow’s event. Haymarket Medical Education (HME) is collaborating with… Read More »

ISAPS President Speaks at China Medical Beauty Industry Expo

ISAPS President Dirk Richter was given the honor to talk about ISAPS and all the benefits that the Society offers in Chengdu, China at the China Medical Beauty Industry Expo this past weekend. During his 40-minute speech to the Chinese plastic surgery community, Dr. Richter addressed patient safety and touched upon the many educational programs… Read More »

Which Practice Management Software is right for you?

When it comes to practice management software, there are three types to choose from. Knowing each type can help you decide which software is right for your needs. Native systems: custom-built platforms that grant you complete control, but tend to be more expensive. OS-dependent systems: these work for specific devices and operating systems (i.e. Mac… Read More »

Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Types of Breast Reconstruction Surgery

This Breast Cancer Awareness Month, ISAPS wants to answer some of your questions about breast reconstruction post-recovery. Many women choose to get breast reconstruction surgery after battling breast cancer. When it comes to breast reconstruction, there are two types: implant reconstruction, which uses breast implants, or “flap” reconstruction, which involves taking a section of tissue… Read More »

Global Alliance DGPRÄC & ISAPS

The signing of the Alliance Agreement between the German Society of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons (DGPRÄC) and the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ISAPS) occurred during a festive evening at the 50th Annual Congress of the DGPRÄC on 27 September 2019 at the Atlantic Hotel Kempinski in Hamburg. The agreement was signed by… Read More »

ISAPS President Richter Presents in Taipei

ISAPS President Dr. Dirk Richter was given the honor to hold a master class on periorbital rejuvenation this weekend at the international meeting of the Taiwan Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (TSAPS). The annual meeting took place this year in Taipei. While there, Richter enjoyed wonderful hospitality and academic quality. One of the meeting’s highlights… Read More »

ISAPS at the EASAPS Biennial Meeting

ISAPS President Dr. Dirk Richter attended the first ISAPS Residents and Fellows Symposium this weekend in Bruges, Belgium which took place at the biennial EASAPS Congress. Our first-ever symposium dedicated to Residents and Fellows was a huge success! More than 100 young colleagues attended the event, which had a special focus on basics in aesthetic… Read More »

Breast Reconstruction Awareness Day 2019

Today is #braday! On Breast Reconstruction Awareness Day, we “close the loop” on breast cancer by raising awareness of a woman’s right to reconstructive breast surgery following a breast cancer diagnosis and treatment. Breast cancer is the most frequently diagnosed cancer among women. For women who have undergone a mastectomy or lumpectomy, psychological distress is not… Read More »

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