MIAMI – Jennifer Kauffman, NP-C and CEO of Vein Institute & Medical Spa, Inc. in Warsaw, recently attended the Aesthetic Extender Symposium in Miami, Fla. Top dermatologists and plastic surgeons from New York, Chicago, Miami and Los Angeles led the three-day conference.
At the conference, Kauffman learned about the latest technologies and techniques on non-surgical medical aesthetics including facial injectables, skin care and chemical peels. They also discussed Xeomin, the latest injectable wrinkle treatment to compete with Botox.
“I am very passionate about attending conferences such as these to bring the latest and best technology to my patients,” Kauffman said.
They also discussed lasers for skin tightening and resurfacing including Pearl Fractional. Pearl Fractional is a laser treatment designed to treat fine lines and deep wrinkles associated with photo damage as opposed to wrinkles caused from frowning or smiling. This treatment stimulates the body’s own natural process for creating new collagen, plumping the skin from below and reversing photo aging and other imperfections. Removing only a small portion, or a “fraction,” of the skin ensures a safe treatment with a rapid recovery. Most patients will see significant improvement after one treatment with approximately one week of recovery time.
The clinical instructors from Aesthetic Advancements, Inc., including Kauffman, led the hands on educational activities during the symposium. Aesthetic Advancements instructors train other physicians and nurses nationally how to perform procedures such as Botox, dermal fillers and sclerotherapy (spider vein treatments).
“I also love teaching my patients how they can not only get the results they want, but also how to maintain their results keeping them looking young for years to come,” Kauffman said.
To schedule a complimentary consultation, call Vein Institute & Medical Spa at 574-267-1900 or visit www.veinmedicalspa.com for more information.