Dohms hospitals offer latest skin treatment

DUBAI — The three-day Dubai World Dermatology and Laser Conference and Exhibition was inaugurated at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre.

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Published: Wed 18 Apr 2007, 8:57 AM

Last updated: Sun 5 Apr 2015, 1:42 AM

Being held under the patronage of Shaikh Hamdan bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Deputy Ruler of Dubai and UAE Minister of Finance and Industry and President of the Dubai’s Department of Health and Medical Services (Dohms), the event was inaugurated by Director-General of Dohms Qadhi Saeed Al Murooshid.

The exhibition will continue for three days until April 19.

“Dohms has introduced the latest technologies and treatment modalities within our hospitals and specialist clinics to our patients. This has created the confidence among our patients and led our dermatologists and dermatology clinics to treat yearly more than 25,000 patients with an average of 2,000 visits per month,” said Al Murooshid.

Abdul Salam Al Madani, President of the Index Conferences & Exhibitions Member of Index Holding, said that mini-conferences shall be organised in different Arab countries.

The conference and exhibition is showcasing the latest innovations and researches on dermatology and laser and skin care.

The scientific programme involves different topics on skin pathology, especially ‘benign and malignant tumours’ and the modern cure for ‘psoriasis’ and ‘vitiligo’ and ‘polymorph acne‘ as well as the modern cures for skin ‘hyper pigmentation’ and ‘melasma’.

The conference also focuses on plastic surgery and skin care dermatology, in addition to the laser treatments and injections.

Six workshops will also be conducted and two continuing education points will be granted to the participants of the session that will discuss various chapters on skin care such as wrinkles reduction, Botox injections and skin rejuvenation, as well as the updated laser use and other modern skin care techniques.

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