Galderma Aesthetic Academy to offer advance training to practitioners of aesthetic medicine in India
Galderma Aesthetic Academy is a new initiative to train medical professionals in latest aesthetic procedures and upgrade their skills
Globally, Restylane® marks a major landmark with 20 million aesthetic treatments being done through it
Galderma introduces its Restylane® dermal filler and Skinboosters range in India to herald a new era in Aesthetics
The company, whose path-breaking products are a preferred choice world over, has also launched in India its unique Restylane Vital Skinboosters™ that provide nourishment through deep hydration and vitalization to the skin naturally, signaling arrival of a new and effective skin revitalization treatment.
The announcement of the Galderma Aesthetic Academy came as the dermatology major celebrates a major landmark in its journey of adding value to lives. Restylane®, Galderma’s dermal filler has completed 20 million aesthetic treatments worldwide. 20 million treatments provide further testimony to the reputation of Restylane both for quality and delivering high satisfaction to physicians and patients around the world.
The Galderma Aesthetic Academy is headquartered in Mumbai where the company’s experts will conduct round-the-year training modules and sessions to meet the evolving requirements of Indian medical aesthetic practitioners. The Academy will help keep Indian doctors abreast with the latest technology and developments in the field.
Mr Scott McLennan,Head of Regional centre of Excellence, Asia Pacific, Galderma And Mr H K Madhusudhan, Head of Galderma India’s Aesthetic & Corrective business during the launch of Galderma Aesthetic Academy in New Delhi on wednesday.
Aesthetics is as much an art as it is medicine and regular training plays an important role in ensuring that the practitioners retain their precision and deliver the best results.Precision is particularly important when it comes to the art of using dermal fillers for facial contouring to enhance and re-shape features. The demand for dermal fillers and other aesthetic treatments is increasingly rapidly in India as more and more people convert to the idea of procedures like lip augmentation, highlighted cheeks and facial re-contouring. The Galderma Aesthetic Academy fulfils the need for a world class training and skill upgradation center for doctors in an increasingly competitive field.
Head of Regional Centre of Excellence – Asia Pacific, Galderma and a senior healthcare expert with extensive international experience in Aesthetic Medicine and Dermatology, Dr Scott McLennan was also in India to officially announce the launch of the Galderma Aesthetic Academy.
“The field of cosmetic medicine is a market which is growingly rapidly and is hence becoming increasingly competitive. Medicine, at the same time, is a field where even well entrenched and highly successful doctors need to keep abreast with all the new developments in their domains. The Academy is an attempt to ensure that Indian medical practitioners are at par the world’s best when it comes to aesthetics. They should be equipped with the knowledge and training of each and every latest treatment that is available anywhere in the world,” says Mr G Sathya Narayanan, Managing Director, Galderma India.
The Academy will also bring to India world-class specialists and key opinion leaders in the field of cosmetic dermatology to offer hands on training to Indian practitioners and live demonstrations of new procedures that demand high degree of precision and control.
Galderma has also introduced a range of the best-selling Restylane® product range in India. The Restylane product range today comprises Restylane fillers, Restylane Skinboosters™ and Restylane skincare. The broad range of hyaluronic acid (HA) based products are used for improving skin quality, restoring skin lustre and to address the visible signs of ageing such as loss of facial volume and to smooth away wrinkles and folds.
The safety and efficacy profile of Restylane® fillers is supported by scientific research, clinical studies and extensive clinical experience, including over 30 scientific publications based on randomized controlled trials and has been trusted close to two decades by clinics worldwide.
“As we introduce our products in India, we also want to make sure Indian medical practitioners know them inside out. Our products and dermal fillers serve a variety of purposes in aesthetics, from anti-ageing to facial contouring to improving skin revitalization. The academy will also play a role in reaching out to medical practitioners and training them in our latest innovations,” says Mr Madhusudhan H K, Head of Galderma India’s Aesthetic and Corrective Business.