Aptos at AMWC 2019: See How It Was

Date 7 April 2019

The 17th Aesthetic & Anti-Aging Medicine World Congress (AMWC) 2019 organised by EuroMediCom has come to its end at Grimaldi Forum, Monte-Carlo, Monaco. Aptos has traditionally been part of this leading event participating in the main session and organising Aptos Satellite that has become our calling card.

As always our programme was full of interesting content. Aptos inventors Dr. George Sulamanidze and Dr. Konstantin Sulamanidze participated in debates, held workshops and live demonstrations. Aptos certified trainers from 10+ countries presented at Aptos Satellite as well as held presentations on the Booth. Some of the highlight presentations and live broadcasts covered the topics such as Combination of surgical and dermatological thread techniques, Tightening and volumisation of female external genitalia, 15 years practice with Aptos threads, Experience with the brand-new Aptos threads with Hyaluronic Acid and many more.

We have worked tirelessly to bring the audience 3 workshops, 3 live demonstrations, 2 debates and more than 20 presentations on the most discussed topics. One of the highlights of the event was Dr. George Sulamanidze's keynote speech Innovation Experience, Education - IEE 2019 covering Aptos's current achievements and plans for the future. We were delighted to have full house at all of our events for which we thank the organisers and fellow medical experts. It was our pleasure to share stimulating ideas and expertise and we hope we have initiated some intense discussions.

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We were delighted to welcome these amazing doctors into our global community of Aptos certified trainers.

Our Booth J6.

One of the presentations held on the booth.

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