We're ready to welcome you to Wigmore Medical Presents in April 2024, for two days of world class educational content, at the iconic Royal College of Physicians
is coming back, offering high-quality educational content, with a wide range of sessions covering toxins, fillers, threads, skincare solutions, and combination treatments—and no sponsored lectures. Our esteemed faculty includes highly experienced, internationally renowned speakers as well as future leaders of the aesthetic industry—here are some 2024 highlights:Spoiled for choice?
Following the interest in last year's independent review of the toxins on the market, and by request of delegates, the session will return for 2024 and will include Alluzience, Botox, Bocouture, Dysport/Azzalure, Letybo and Nuceiva and rumour has it there may well be an additional toxin by next April. The unsponsored panel will discuss the different toxins and the nuances in their properties and their own experiences. You may use only one toxin, know it well and get great results—but does one size fit all, or, should you become equally confident with another toxin to give your patient the best outcome? This will be a two and a half-hour session with delegate participation.How is the use of neurotoxins evolving?
American nurse Lesley Fletcher runs training courses on over 60 uses of botulinum toxin—probably overkill—but how are you using it?
Glabella lines and crows’ feet? How about microtox, platysmal bands, the Nefertiti Lift, or for the treatment of hyperhidrosis, migraines and TMJ? A highly respected panel chaired by Mr Dalvi Humzah will explore the serious clinical possibilities.Are we using a Ferrari to deliver bread?
There are cutting edge technologies available in our tool kit, but are we guilty of using toxins and fillers because it is what we have always done? This session will be an examination of the alternative possibilities, including current microneedling techniques and using DNA both for diagnosis and treatment.Choosing the appropriate product for optimum results
The spectrum of treatment modalities in aesthetic medicine is widening. As an aesthetic professional, what benefit could you bring to your practice and patients, in terms of elevated results, by developing a cohesive understanding of how other regenerative treatments fit beyond conventional dermal fillers? Dr Lauren Jamieson will discuss what to use and when to refer.
While Dr Tom Decates will speak on an information-led approach to patient treatments and look at the range of diagnostic tools at your disposal ranging from ultrasound to genetics. Fast becoming one of the circuits favourite speakers, Dr Decates will take you through his approach in his usual entertaining style.Emerging aesthetic tools
In addition to Wigmore Medical Present’s usual strong and innovative sessions on toxins and fillers, we continue to explore emerging possibilities for the experienced aesthetic practitioner. One of last year’s standout talks was by Dr Robert King from the United States. His lecture on exosomes and their future influence in aesthetic medicine drew some of the highest speaker approval from the delegates. Dr King will be returning in 2024 and if you missed him last year, make sure you do not make the same mistake twice. He will be joined by Dr Neal Kitchen, a geneticist who has developed a top skin brand, another wonderful speaker.Microbiome
Another new area for WMP24 will be skin microbiome. Dr Anton Enright, Cambridge University’s Academic Lead for Genomic Services and Assistant Professor and Group Leader for the Division of Cellular and Molecular Pathology, will lead the session on this topic, while Dr Tatyana Lapa-Enright, of the Hardwick Clinic in Cambridge, will share her experience in the practical application of skin microbiomes in damaged skin.Pigmentation
Pigmentation issues are part of the bread and butter of a clinic. How strong is your memory of the tyrosinase pathway? How do different ingredient fit together? The strongest is not necessarily the clinically most effective. Revisit melanogenesis with a Consultant Dermatologist and refresh your knowledge of the various treatments and protocols for pigmentation issues.Threads: theory and practice
A two-hour session aimed at those already using threads, and thosev considering bringing them into their practice. Types of threads will be explained, from basic smooth to cogged and barbed threads, as well as placement and synergy with fillers.Networking
The evening event will return at a soon-to-be-announced London venue, and as we are in the run-up to Christmas, how can we not mention the cheeseboard! WMP24 will see it overflowing—with chutney!