Last month, we presented our new Vibrasat® Pro alongside our liposuction suite of products to leading plastic surgeons in the United States at the The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (“ASAPS”) Aesthetic Meeting 2019 in New Orleans.
There are several changes that would come to the plastic surgery community. One of which ASAPS gained a new president who would continue to be many of their vital initiatives.
In this article, ASAPS ‘new President and team discusses how to make educa- tion programs, member engagement and public education, and research and data collection. By continuing ASAPS ‘endeavors, surgeons, medical device developers, patients, and plastic surgery facilities can look forward to many critical improvements coming about.
Dr. Charles H. Thorne, New President of ASAPS
On May 19th, 2019, Charles H. Thorne, MD , a New York-based, board-certified plastic surgeon and chairman of the Plastic Surgery Department at Lenox Hill Hospital, named the new president of The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery.
Dr. Thorne and his team wants to focus on the following projects:
- Expanding the education programs, the core mission of The Aesthetic Society.
- Completing the Society’s commitment to improving engagement and public education.
- Overseeing the development of a robust and comprehensive data collection and standardization of product that will support key endeavors including:
- Further research of BIA-ALCL and other breast implant-associated issues
- New initiatives in collaboration with the FDA resulting from The Aesthetic Society’s recent efforts
- Research activities in aesthetic surgery in concert with the Aesthetic Surgery Education and Research Foundation, The Aesthetic Society’s philanthropic arm
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Expanding Cosmetic Surgery Education Programs
Surgeons, plastic surgery clinics, medical device manufacturers, clients, and many others in the surgical industry want to benefit from further expansion of education programs. We need programs to advance as technology advances, so we can improve efficiency and efficiency throughout the entire field.
More precisely, ASAPS ‘efforts will likely extend educational outreach, providing access to potential surgeons in rural and low-income areas. In turn, this will give some of the best minds.
Member Engagement and Public Education For Plastic Surgeries
It is no secret among leaders in the plastic surgery industry that the industry lacks regulation, resulting in poor and damaging surgeries. Dentist, primary physicians, and so forth are performing plastic surgery procedures and the outcomes are horrendous.
Best medical devices, processes, and procedures are used in plastic surgery. Moreover, these are not qualified to perform plastic surgery procedures. While they are giving the information they need to make sound decisions regarding the surgeon and surgeries they choose.
Research and Data Collection
Research and data collection is one of the fields in plastic surgery that may have the largest impact on the community. As ASAP’s efforts in this category are increasing, the regulatory agencies want to establish the standards that define quality plastic surgeons, medical devices, facilities, and processes.
ASAPS ‘research projects seeks to increase the safety and health of patients and improve their patient’s health and safety.
As pioneers in liposuction devices, we understand the importance of aiding ASAPs and its members. If you would like to meet our ASAPS standards, contact us at your convenience.