Daewoong Pharmaceutical holds Body Contouring in Korea session at Esthetics Symposium


Daewoong Pharmaceutical held the 'Daewoong Esthetics Symposium' for 80 domestic cosmetic surgery medical staff at Paraspara Seoul on November 27th and 28th.

This event was held with a theme that reflected the needs of practitioners, such as various clinical cases and the latest trends in the esthetic lineup, such as the self-developed botulinum toxin 'Nabota' and submandibular fat improvement injection 'Violet'. They shared research results, clinical cases and know-how, academic understanding, and the latest knowledge related to the expansion of indications for the two products. Nabota also introduced treatment methods such as complex treatment for body contouring in Korea for body shape improvement and hair loss treatment.

Hwang Seung-guk, director of Seven Days Plastic Surgery, who served as the moderator, taught the latest body contouring trend, hip-up and calf complex treatment, using Nabota, Violet, and fillers in the session 'Body Contouring Using Nabota - Hip-up and Calf Combined Treatment Method'. Doctors Dermatology Gongdeok Branch Director Goh Bum-joon shared the know-how of 'the overall lower face improvement method through Violet, Nabota, and laser combined treatment' session in the 'Combined Treatment to Increase Satisfaction with Violet'.

New Hair Plastic Surgery Director Kim Jin-oh gave a lecture on the results of research on androgenetic hair loss treatment using Nabota and treatment methods in the session 'Improvement of hair loss using Nabota, a botulinum toxin'. In the following session, 'Sharing various usage methods and practical application tips of Violet', Director Jang Hyo-seung of Forever Clinic's Bupyeong branch reviewed patient creation know-how and various clinical cases using Violet.

Park Seong-soo, vice president of Daewoong Pharmaceutical, said, “This symposium reflected the needs of medical staff and shared the latest cosmetic surgery trends and treatment methods that can actually be used in hospitals.”