8.30 - 17.30

Advanced Injectables:
Cutting-Edge Techniques by Maestros VS Potential of AI

Room 201ABC - Level 2

Course Directors

Dr. WANG Chao-Chin



This full day comprehensive pre-congress course is dedicated to those who wish to advance both the knowledge and techniques in the field of injectables. The attendees will have the opportunity to learn:

  • The latest updates of injectables techniques and the advanced knowledge of practical anatomy
  • When to go beyond injectables for difficult cases and what would be the optimal practice
  • Unparalleled learning experience from maestros in holistic patient assessment, planning of treatment and close observation of their cutting-edge techniques of treatment

This course will further examine the future of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in aesthetic medicine through in-depth discussions:

  • Patient assessment using commercially available AI technology with a debate on its impact, benefits until possible aid in our practice
  • Head-to-head comparison of the assessment and simulated result of treatment between human maestros and AI

9.00 - 10.30

Latest updates of injectables & Perspectives from maestros

  • Botulinum neurotoxin formulations: overcoming the confusion - SOUPHIYEH Samizadeh, UK
  • A review of emerging toxins in Asia - HUANG Patrick Po-Han, Taiwan
  • Botulinum toxin A: A step from beauty to remedy - NADELA Rosalina, Philippines
  • Regional nerve block in practice - ROJANAMATIN Jinda, Thailand
  • Target Specific Sandwich Technique (TSST): A more efficient way to deliver dermal fillers - LIM Ting Song, Malaysia
  • Restoring the anchoring complex for better facial contouring - LIM Ting Song, Malaysia

11.00 - 13.00

Beyond injectables: What is the optimal practice for difficult cases

  • Treating the mature patient, what has the highest impact with least product - VOROPAI Daria, UK
  • 5 technologies for precise jawline: BoTNA, threads, fillers, mesotherapy - ZABNENKOVA Olga, Russia
  • Complex therapy for complex lips - ZABNENKOVA Olga, Russia

14.00 - 15.30

AI technology: Human maestros vs AI

  • Impacts of AI technology on aesthetic medicine - WANG Chao-Chin, Taiwan
  • Integration of AI technology in my aesthetic practice - Li Chih-Wei, Taiwan

16.00 - 17.30

Live demonstrations on randomly selected patients


9.00 - 12.30

Phlebology Workshop
Room 201D - Level 1

Course Directors

Dr. CHANG Yao-Yu

Dr. YANG Jason Chih-Hsu


This workshop will provide an overview introduction to the main principles of phlebology and sclerotherapy of varicose veins.

After completing this workshop, participants will be able to describe the anatomy of venous reflux, identify the advantages and disadvantages of various sclerosing agents and foaming technique, and identify leg veins, spider veins, and truncal varicosities.

The ultimate goal is to enable clinicians to determine the appropriate use of sclerotherapy, laser, phlebectomy, or endovenous ablation for each patient. Instructors will perform live demonstrations of patient evaluation, sclerosing foam production, spider vein injection, and ultrasound-guided injection techniques.

Participants will have the opportunity to perform ultrasound exams and practice sclerotherapy on simulation pads.

9.00 - 9.20

Lower leg venous anatomy & pathophysiology


9.20 - 9.40

Duplex ultrasound examination


9.40 - 10.10

Hands-on: Ultrasound examination


10.10 - 10.30



10.30 - 11.00        Coffee Break


11.00 - 11.20

Complications of Sclerotherapy


11.20 - 11.50

Hands-on Sclerotherapy


11.50 - 12.10

Endovenous procedures overview


12.10 - 12.30

What's new in endovenious procedures


14.00 - 17.30

Nail Brace Workshop
Room 201D - Level 1


Course Directors

Dr. CHANG Yao-Yu


Minimally invasive interventions are a trend in medicine, and the use of nail braces as a noninvasive treatment modality for patients with ingrown nails has become a novel solution to a common problem. Not only is it quick and effective, nail braces provide an alternative option for patients who have reservations regarding direct nail surgery, either due to the operation itself or its potential complications.

Why do we consider nail brace for ingrown nails?

Conventional treatment of ingrown nails with simple nail avulsion is commonly performed by many general surgery physicians. However, it can be associated with a high recurrence rate. Combining nail avulsion with adequate matricectomy can achieve a better outcome compared to nail avulsion alone. However, patients with underlying diseases including diabetes, venous insufficiency, or cardiovascular disease under anti-coagulant medication have the potential for poor wound healing. In addition, some patients, especially young children, can be fearful of conventional nail surgery. For such patients, nail brace can provide an attractive non-invasive alternative with good results.

What can I expect from the training course?

There will be a full presentation to provide the essential knowledge regarding ingrown nails as well as the underlying concept of nail brace treatment. You can be confident that with this course, you will be able to explain the utility of nail brace to your patients. Afterward the presentation, there will be a hands-on session where experienced clinicians will teach you how to install the nail brace one-on-one. After the workshop, you can receive a certificate of participation.

What type of hands-on material will the course provide?

We will prepare the necessary instruments and provide you one set of free metal wires. Participants will practice installing nail braces on each other.


  • Causes and development of ingrown nails
  • Concept of different nail brace treatments
  • Practical steps and tips on installing nail braces
  • Combination therapy utilizing nail brace with other treatments
  • Hands-on session: nail brace installation