MACOM Medical Compression Garments
representatives will be attending the 13th edition of the world-renowned International Mastercourse on Ageing Skin (IMCAS) annual meeting that is held in Paris from Thursday January 6, 2011 to Sunday January 9, 2011. The 2011 IMCAS overview of recent developments in surgical and medical professions - including cosmetic surgery, plastic surgery, and cosmetic dermatology - promises to ‘bring together many of the key players that ultimately shape the development and introduction of new products in this market arena', as observed in the IMCAS January 2010 highlights interview.
IMCAS is attended by more than 3500 delegates from over 40 different countries, and in the past decade has become one of the most important international courses dedicated to Ageing Skin Treatments. MACOM Medical Compression Garments will be particularly interested in participating in sessions that involve strategies and procedures that require and/or are enhanced by the use of medical grade compression garments
including: New trends in Cellulite and Bodyshaping, Breast Implants Coverage, Lipolysis: non & minimal invasive, Abdominoplasty Details that Make the Difference, New Products & Devices Focus on Breast Implants, Video Interactive Lipofilling, Combined Treatment: Face and Body, and Open Debate with Experts.
MACOM Medical Compression Garments constantly endeavours to keep informed of the latest procedures and research available in the cosmetic surgery field, to provide existing products to clinics and practitioners throughout the UK, and to develop and manufacture new compression garments and compression inserts in partnership with industry leaders. MACOM post surgery garments are 100% latex-free, hypoallergenic, and double-skinned to ensure maximum compression benefit and healing associated with cosmetic procedures such as breast augmentation, liposuction, abdominoplasty, facelift, and gynecomastia surgery. MACOM Medical Compression Garments products can be viewed at www.macom-medical.com
Private treatment news: 6 January 2011