Track Categories

The track category is the heading under which your abstract will be reviewed and later published in the conference printed matters if accepted. During the submission process, you will be asked to select one track category for your abstract.

Cosmetology is the art and science of enhancing the appearance of one's hair, nails, and skin. A cosmetologist is a professional that specializes in administering cosmetic operations, therapies, and treatments to people's hair, skin, and nails in order to improve their appearance.

• Facial Contouring
• Body Contouring
• Laser hair removal
• Surgical and Non- Surgical treatment

Plastic Surgery is a reconstructive procedure that corrects flaws in the face or body. It could be a unique type of surgery that alters a person's appearance and ability to function. It's a surgical specialty that focuses on the reconstruction of face and body deformities caused by birth defects, injuries, burns, and infection. Plastic surgery is also used in the progression of a person's appearance through Restorative surgery.

• Burn Surgery
• Hand Surgery
• Pediatric Plastic Surgery
• Microsurgery

Cosmetic anti-aging surgery has gained popularity in recent years. A cosmetic technique performed to eliminate discoloration and tighten drooping skin is known as facial rejuvenation. Surgical and/or non-surgical approaches can be used to accomplish this. The choice may be based on the degree of invasiveness and therapy that the patient and doctor decide on. Surgical methods such as specific region surgery, skin changes, and facial sculpting can help to achieve facial symmetry. Typically, many female patients prefer less invasive procedures such as dermal fillers and injections.

• Rhinoplasty surgery
• Facial paralysis surgery
• Micro vascular free tissue transfer
• Injectable cosmetic treatments

Dermatologic surgery involves the diagnosis and treatment of medically essential and cosmetic diseases of the skin, hair, nails, veins, mucous membranes, and adjacent tissues using a variety of surgical, reconstructive, cosmetic, and non-surgical techniques. Dermatologic surgery seeks to improve the function and look of skin tissue by repairing and/or replacing it. Anti-aging treatments, injectable and implantable soft tissue fillers, botulinum toxin treatments, acne scar correction, chemical peeling, tumescent liposuction, vein therapy, hair restoration, laser surgery, skin cancer treatment, and reconstructive flaps and grafts are all examples of dermatologic surgery procedures.
• Acne
• Scars
• Skin tags
• Moles
• Stretch marks
• Certain birthmarks Age spots
• Skin discoloration
• Melasma

Cosmetic surgery is a growing industry that has become a worldwide phenomenon. Aesthetic surgery has been criticized by feminists, who have offered a variety of representations in terms of identity, normalcy, cultural and social pressures, agency, and self-enhancement. Discourses on risk minimization acknowledge the shortcomings of not providing patients with complete risk information. The outcomes are frequently disastrous, resulting in substantial health issues that significantly reduce patient well-being and raise health-care expenses.
• Bariatric Surgery
• Body Contouring
• Breast Surgery
• Cosmetic Medicine
• Facial Surgery
• Genital Rejuvenation
• Oculoplastic Surgery

Melanoma is expected to affect 1 in 52 men and 1 in 77 women in the United States at some point in their lives. Despite the fact that melanoma is one of the fastest-growing types of cancer in humans, new treatments are taking a long time to develop, and the fatality rate continues to rise. We now know that this type of cancer has multiple well-defined risk factors. Skin cancer is treated with Mohs surgery, which is one of the most precise surgical techniques available. Thin layers of cancer-containing skin are gradually removed and evaluated during Mohs surgery, until only cancer-free tissue remains. Mohs micrographic surgery is another name for Mohs surgery.

• Cryosurgery
• Dermabrasion
• Imiquimod
• Chemotherapy
• Debridement

A tummy tuck is a cosmetic procedure that tightens and slims the belly. The abdominal wall muscles and fascia are tightened by removing extra skin and fat from the middle and lower abdomen. Tummy tucking is a treatment for flattening the stomach by removing extra fat and skin and tightening the abdominal wall muscles. Abdominal wall plasty is another name for this surgical treatment. Abdominoplasty can be a "mini" or a "complicated" treatment, depending on how much skin and fat is removed. Abdominoplasty is a serious surgery that takes weeks to recover from. Making an incision from the hip to the hip is one technique.

• Mini Abdominoplasty
• Traditional Abdominoplasty
• Extended Abdominoplasty

Craniofacial Surgery is a subspecialty of plastic, oral, maxillofacial, and head and neck surgery that is used to address a variety of congenital (existing at birth) and traumatic malformations of the face, skull, and jaws, as well as their linked structure and deformity following surgery. The following defects are treated by craniofacial surgeons: Craniosynostosis is a congenital condition that can cause a variety of problems, including intracranial weight gain, skull distortion, vision impairment, and the formative report. A multidisciplinary approach, including pediatric neurosurgeons, is used in surgical intercession.

• Bone grafting
• Genioplasty
• Cleft lip and palate surgery
• Craniosynostosis surgery
• Surgery to enlarge or reposition the midface, jaw and skull
• Distraction osteogenesis
• Facial reanimation
• Microtia

The colour of the skin is affected by skin pigmentation disorders. Some pigmentation diseases affect only specific areas of the skin, while others affect the entire body. Skin that has too much melanin is dark, whereas skin that has too little melanin is pale. Skin darkening can be caused by Addison's illness, pregnancy, or sun exposure. Vitiligo, on the other hand, produces lightening of skin regions. Albinism is a skin-color-related genetic disease. A person with albinism may be colorblind, have skin that is lighter than normal, or have patchy skin that is missing colour in particular areas. Albinism, Melasma, Pigment Loss After Skin Damage, and Vitiligo are some of the most common pigmentary disorders.

• Albinism
• Melasma

• Pigment loss after skin damage
• Vitiligo

Parts of the mouth and the outside of the body Surgery involves the treatment of different disorders, diseases, and defects of the face, jaws, head, and neck, as well as the facial and oral and maxillofacial region's exhausting and soft tissues. Typical oral surgical difficulties, jaw and inborn facial disproportion, face injury, oral malignancy, salivary organ disease, temporomandibular joint disorders, and other beneficial pathologies are among them. Patients of all ages, from infants to the elderly, are treated by oral and maxillofacial surgeons. They will be treating youngsters born with cranial or facial malformations, such as cleft lip or palate.
• Tooth extraction
• Dental Bone grafts & implants
• Periodontal Surgery
• Sleep Apnea surgery
• Cleft lip and palate repair

Dedicated to enhancing or changing the look of humans nose (Rhinoplasty), the ears (Otoplasty), the chin (mentoplasty), and the breasts (breast augmentation) are all examples of cosmetic procedures (augmentation or reduction mammoplasty). The primary goal of an operation is to improve the patient's appearance, usually with the implication that the improvement sought is beyond the normal appearance, and its allowed deviations, for the patient's age and physical condition, as well as aesthetic beauty.

• Frame, Flux, and Sound
• Mise-en-Scene
• Point of View • Pastoral
• Sensibility
• Gothic & Picturesque

Dermoscopy, also known as epiluminoscopy and epiluminescent, is the process of observing skin using skin surface microscopy. The pigmented skin lesion is examined. It's a non-invasive technique for assessing the colours and microstructures of the epidermis, dermoepidermal junction, and papillary dermis that aren't apparent to the naked eye in real time. Dermatoscopy necessitates a powerful illumination system as well as a highly advanced magnifying lens. This approach is helpful in diagnosing pigmented skin lesions. Because of its complexity, this procedure should only be used by skilled practitioners.

• Dermatopathology
• Tele-Dermoscopy
• Mobile teledermatology
• Covid19 and teledermatology
• Health Care Management

Trichology is a specialty of dermatology that focuses on the scientific study of hair and scalp health. It entails determining the reasons of hair loss, hair breakage, hair thinning, hair miniaturisation, and scalp illnesses, as well as treating them accordingly. Hair transplantation is a medical technique that involves transferring hair follicles from one part of the body to another that is bald or balding. The majority of the time, it's utilised to treat male pattern baldness (MPB). In this minimally invasive procedure, grafts containing hair follicles that are genetically resistant to balding (such as those found on the back of the head) are transferred to the bald scalp. Eyelashes, eyebrows, beard hair, chest hair, pubic hair, and scars from prior hair transplants can all be repaired with hair transplantation.

• Endocrine system and hair growth
• Hair root organization • Genetics in hair
• Hair as biological indicators

• Hair follicle stem cells
• Facial and skin rejuvenation techniques
• Laser applications in cosmetic surgery
• Light-based acne treatments

A plastic surgeon separates nasal skin and soft tissue from the Osseo-cartilaginous nasal framework to create an attractive, facially proportional, and functional nose. Open and closed Rhinoplasty techniques are employed in surgical operations. Surgical operations employ a variety of skin flap techniques, including the bilobed flap, mucosal flap, septal flap, and paramedian forehead flap. Rhinoplasty, also known as a nose job, is a plastic surgical technique for reshaping and repairing the nose. Otoplasty refers to surgical and non-surgical methods for treating external ear deformities, as well as recreating a missing or damaged external ear.

• Augmentation
• Pinning
• Reduction

Surgery is done to restore a person's body, or to improve the functioning of body parts. It can be used in a variety of circumstances. Reconstructive surgery is used to reconstruct the head and neck after malignancy and to restore faces after injuries. The operation has the common trait of attempting to return the anatomy or function of the bodily part to normal. Breast enhancement: reduction and lift, skin cancer removal, burn, scar revision, and hand surgery are just a few of the operations that will be covered during the conference.

• Lower extremities reconstruction
• Cleft Lip and Palate Repair
• Hand or Foot Surgery
• Skin Cancer Removal
• Tissue Expansion
• Microsurgery or flap procedures
• Congenital Defect Repair
• Flap Surgery

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• Business Plan
• Selling and Up-selling Techniques
• Increasing profits by simple techniques
• Handling Complaints and Complications
• New strategies to imply in the business

Cosmetic dentistry is a type of dental care procedure. This will enhance the appearance of your teeth and mouth, as well as your smile. When compared to other procedures, cosmetic dentistry is fairly simple. Dentistry materials created in a dental laboratory are known as inlays and onlays. Cosmetic dentistry procedures include teeth whitening, teeth contouring, orthodontic therapy, implants, crowns, veneers, and gum lifts.

• Whitening
• Teeth reshaping
• Orthodontic treatment
• Implants
• Crowns
• Veneers
• Gum lifts

It is a dermatological specialization that investigates skin disorders at the microscopic level. It includes both the diagnosis of individual patients using skin biopsies and the cellular level investigation of the aetiology of skin illnesses.

• Labiaplasty
• Vaginoplasty
• Dermatopathology
• Reconstructive Gynecology

Session on Current Research & Case reports in Cosmetics Skin is an important organ that lends itself to clinical investigation since it is visible and accessible, making sample relatively simple. The goal of research should be to reach a new level of understanding in this crucial area of health science, allowing us to apply the most recent insights into the symptoms and causes of dermatological diseases and cosmetics. In recent years, medical research has advanced to unprecedented heights, encompassing basic science analysis, clinical analysis, and innovative methods for diagnosing and treating disorders.

• Fraxel Laser
• Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy
• Pucker Marks and Cellulite Treatment
• Nerve Damage
• Medical Reports of Cosmetic Procedures
• Skin abnormalities
• Hematoma

Surgery is done to restore a person's body, or to improve the functioning of body parts. Reconstructive surgery is used as part of cosmetic surgery to reconstruct the head and neck after cancer and to restore faces after injuries. The operation has the common trait of attempting to return the anatomy or function of the bodily part to normal. Breast enhancement: reduction and lift, skin cancer removal, burn, scar revision, and hand surgery are just a few of the operations that will be presented at the cosmetics conference.

• Scar Revision
• Hand Surgery
• Microsurgery
• Burn Surgery
• Mohs Surgery
• Cryosurgery
• Electro Surgery
• Use of Biomaterials
• Tissue Expansion
• Regenerative Medicine
• Photodynamic Therapy (PDT)