The American Academy of Dermatology (AAD) will hold their annual meeting this weekend, February 4-8 in New Orleans, LA. The academy meets to discuss and educate members on the latest research and technologies in dermatology. Topics to be reviewed include aesthetic treatments such as facial fillers and the use of fractional lasers as well as many medical issues like skin cancer, vitiligo and alopecia.
Thousands of physicians are expected to attend the meeting. Over 16,000 dermatologists are AAD members and the Academy is the largest, most influential and most representative of all dermatologic associations.
American Health and Beauty Editor in Chief, Keith Veseleny will be in New Orleans conducting interviews with physicians. "American Health and Beauty strives to maintain a presence at all annual aesthetics conferences, such as AAD, to report the latest information on technologies and treatments in our field," says Veseleny.
"Our access to industry leaders and renowned specialists allows us an insiders' view into what we can expect to see presently, as well as what we can anticipate for the future of the aesthetics industry. By delivering the most up-to-date information in real time via the internet, we are at the forefront of the aesthetics arena and most importantly, a trusted and timely source for our loyal readers."