Join me in this episode where I present a digital application, Treatment Pad, that I have been working on for the past 2 years at Australasia’s largest cosmetic symposium in Sydney, Australia.
By-passing through the expected nerves, I delivered an informative and useful presentation which caught the attention of many in the audience, including a business proposition!
Not only is the symposium packed with informative lectures and workshops, but there is an opportunity to network with colleagues in the same field as well as a grand exhibition showcasing the latest in cosmetic advancements.
Since its launch in 2019, the application is available to use on iOS devices and is being used in many clinics globally including Las Vegas, New York, Harley Street in London and clinics around Australia.
Did you know that there is a mobile and iPad app for cosmetic physicians that uses artificial intelligence to generate better before and after photos?
In this video, we follow Dr Nora teaching a cohort of doctors, dentists and registered nurses on how to perform safe cosmetic injectables through the training academy Derma Medical. She demonstrates the use of the application in real time to both the patients and the delegates. Dr Nora uses the application in her clinic and finds its ease of use compliments her patient journey well.
With the ever-growing popularity of aesthetic treatments and facial sculpting injectables, producing quality before and after photos has never been more paramount for practitioners. Unfortunately, the slightest change in angle rotation or camera orientation can considerably change how the outcome of a procedure is portrayed in photos, thereby misrepresenting a practitioner’s good work.
Dr Nora - yours truly, will be presenting at Australia’s largest Non-Surgical Aesthetics Symposium in Sydney next month… alongside some of the world’s top experts. 🤓💉👄 Over the past year I’ve been closely involved in developing some exciting new technology where artificial intelligence is used for instant and accurate facial photography. It’ll be a game changer in the medical and cosmetic scene and I cannot wait to share this hard work with you all. So if you’re headed over to the Non-Surgical Symposium this year please pop by and say hello.
We may be coming into winter but that doesn’t mean you should stop looking after your skin.
In fact during these cooler climates it’s important to pay more attention to your skin as it may dry and crack. Regularly moisturise to keep your skin supple and hydrated and don’t forget the sun block for days when the UV index is 3 or higher. And of course, great skin comes from within so make sure you keep yourself well hydrated with plenty of water.
Congratulations to the medical team who were featured in the Gold Coast Bulletin today in recognition of the Games Volunteers! 👏
I had a wonderful experience as a doctor in the athlete’s village. It was an absolute pleasure and honour to be working alongside a fantastic team of doctors, nurses and health professionals from across the globe providing first class care.