The Cosmetic or Aesthetic Surgeon

How long did it take your doctor to become a licensed or board certified Cosmetic Surgeon?

4 years in College (Pre-med school)

4 Years in Proper Medicine

1 Year Internship

1 Year Medical Board Examination

4-5 years Surgical Specialization (Residency in General Surgery, ENT, Ophthalmology, etc.)

1 Year written and oral Specialty  Board Examination

2 Years Cosmetic or Aesthetic Surgery Fellowship

1 Year written and oral Sub-Specialty Board Examination

Total of 18-19 years from high school.. and continuing medical education (CME) doesn’t stop there. Surgeons find time to attend at least once a month scientific meetings conducted by the Philippine Society for Cosmetic Surgery (PSCS) and National or International Post-Graduate Courses held once a year.

Cosmetic Surgeons from all over the world are invited to attend the 14th World Congress of Asia Pacific Academy of Cosmetic Surgery (APACS)/Philippine Society for Cosmetic Surgery (PSCS).

Date: October 26-27, 2013

Venue:

Lectures/presentations Bayanihan Center MK Tan Hall, United Laboratories Unilab Compound, 66 Pioneer St., Mandaluyong, Metro Manila, Philippines

Live Surgical Demonstration Delos Santos Medical Center E. Rodriguez Avenue, Quezon City, Philippines

Theme:

Comprehensive Facial Enhancement: How The Masters Do It Minimally Invasive, Surgical and Non-surgical Approaches with Live Demonstrations

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