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1 International Aesthetic Dermatology Symposium of the Association of Korean Dermatologists March 28(Thu) 31(Sun), 2019 Grand Hilton Seoul, Korea At last the Korean Dermatologists, they share their secret stories of K-Beauty Medical Technology and world's prominent speakers will unfold their latest treatment methods to you.

2 Welcome Message Dear Colleagues and Associates, On behalf of the Organizing Committee, I would like to invite you to the International Aesthetic Dermatology Symposium,, hosted by the Association of Korean Dermatologists. The symposium will be held in the Grand Hilton Hotel in Seoul, South Korea from March 28 to March 31, The Symposium will mainly cover the subjects on anti-aging procedures, pigmented skin problems, acne & rosacea, various scar remodeling, enlarged facial pores, absorbable-thread treatment, filler & Botulinum toxin and etc. In addition, the latest trend of dermatologic aesthetic treatment known as the K-Beauty Medical Technology, will also be presented during. Seoul, the capital of South Korea, is an incredibly vibrant city that not only treasures its long history, cultures and traditions, but also signifies advanced modern technologies and fashion that are highly recognized throughout the world. Regardless of personal preferences, all the attendees will be able to experience many exciting events ranging from centuries-old UNESCO World Heritage sites to K-Pop concerts. The will be an indisputably rewarding and memorable experience for all the attendees. We are looking forward to welcoming all of you to Seoul in With sincere regards, Suk Min Kim President of President of the Association of Korean Dermatologists Dear Colleagues all around the world who are incredibly dedicated to the aesthetic medicine: At last, the Association of Korean Dermatologists, shares its secret stories of K-Beauty Medical Technology. For the first time in history, its 2019 spring symposium will be held as an international event entitled with International Aesthetic Dermatology Symposium of the Association of Korean Dermatologists (Korea Derma 2019). will introduce Korean dermatologists expertise and originality as well as the closeness and excellence of industry-education cooperation. Under various topics, we will share exciting stories of K-beauty wave, which is spreading across the globe. Moreover, in the hope of building the future of aesthetic science together, a forum will be held for all attendees where prominent dermatologists of the world will have constructive and vigorous debate on important issues. With clinically proven technology and know-how in the heart of K-beauty wave, Korea Derma 2019 will definitely be a one-of-a-kind symposium you will never forget. Thus, we cordially invite you to unprecedented stimulating event. We look forward to meeting you in. Hangrae Cho Secretary General of External Cooperation Director of the Association of Korean Dermatologists 2

3 Overview Title International Aesthetic Dermatology Symposium of the Association of Korean Dermatologists () Date Mar 28(Thu) 31(Sun), 2019 Venue Grand Hilton Seoul, Korea Hosted by The Association of Korean Dermatologists Expected Participants Dermatologists Exhibitors 1,700 participants 100 companies Mar 28(Thu) Registration Korean Medical Company Visiting Program Mar 29(Fri) Scientific Sessions Korean Dermatologic Clinic ONE DAY Participating Program Night Tour (Optional) Mar 30(Sat) Scientific Sessions s Gala Dinner Mar 31(Sun) 22nd Annual Spring Meeting of AKD Scientific Sessions Program Why KOREA DERMA 2019 First International Symposium by The Association of Korean Dermatologists Korean Dermatological specialists unfold the latest, academic and clinical stories of K-Beauty Medical Technology. User Friendly Main Programs A-to-Z review of selected topics will be presented, from basic information to challenging insights. At the end of each day, major companies in the area of the topic will select related subjects and open a real-user debating battle. Korean Dermatologic Clinic ONE DAY Participating Program March 29(Fri) Learn clinic layouts, patient consulting and treatment know-how at Korean dermatological clinics, and have in-depth discussion with Korean dermatologists. Korean Medical Company Visiting Program March 28(Thu) Unprecedented opportunity to observe production line, R&D process and to discuss with key opinion leaders at Korean Medical Companies. 3

4 Program at a Glance Time Mar 28(Thu) Mar 29(Fri) Registration Convention Hall A (4F) Convention Hall B (4F) Convention Hall C (4F) Convetion Hall D (4F) Emerald Hall A (3F) Flamingo Laser 04 Anti-Aging 01 Hair Loss 01 Thread 01 Thread 02 Free Paper 9:00-9:30 Laser 01 9:30-10:00 Filler & Toxin 01 Filler & Toxin 04 10:00-10:30 Coffee Break, Exhibition, E-poster PT 10:30-11:00 11:00-11:30 Laser 02 11:30-12:00 Filler & Toxin 02 Filler & Toxin 05 Laser 05 12:00-12:30 Luncheon Symposium (A+B) 12:30-14:00 14:00-14:30 14:30-15:00 15:00-15:30 Registration Laser 03 Filler & Toxin 03 16:00-16:30 18:30-19:00 Laser 06 Coffee Break, Exhibition, E-poster PT 15:30-16:00 16:30-17:30 Filler & Toxin 06 Visiting Korean Company Special Lecture Special Lecture Free Paper Free Paper Korean Clinic Experience (from 16:00~) 19:00-21:00 Time Night Tour (from 16:00~) Mar 31(Sun) Mar 30(Sat) Registration Emerald Hall A (3F) Flamingo Convention Hall Convention Hall Convention Hall A (4F) B (4F) C (4F) Filler & Toxin Filler & Toxin Anti-Aging 02 Scientific Session or Korean Clinic Experience 9:00-9:30 9:30-10:00 Laser 07 10:00-10:30 11:00-11:30 Laser 08 12:00-12:30 Filler & Toxin Filler & Toxin :00-14:30 Laser 09 15:00-15:30 16:30-17:30 Laser 11 Filler & Toxin Cosmetic Laser 12 18:30-19:00 19:30-21:00 * This program is subject to change. 4 Thread 03 Gala Dinner Scientific Session or Korean Clinic Experience Lunch Corrective Dermatology 01 Coffee Break, Exhibition, E-poster PT 15:30-16:00 16:00-16:30 Coffee Break, Exhibition Luncheon Symposium (A+B) 12:30-14:00 14:30-15:00 Laser 10 Coffee Break, Exhibition, E-poster PT 10:30-11:00 11:30-12:00 Registration Convention Hall Convention Hall Convention Hall Convetion Hall A (4F) B (4F) C (4F) D (4F) Scientific Session or Korean Clinic Experience

5 Session List (as of Dec 11, 2018) Laser 01 Treating Melasma, It's Not that Difficult Anymore L01-1 Laser toning over view L01-2 Subcellular selective photothermolysis: background theory of laser toning L01-3 Treatment of melasma using picosecond laser L01-4 Significance of dermal milieu improvement in melasma treatment L01-5 Unexpected side effects of treatment of melasma and how to deal with them Laser 02 Acne: Diagnostic and Treatment Protocol from Korean Expert Dermatologists L02-1 Analyzing the pattern of acne by cause and establishing a treatment plan L02-2 Treatment of acne with medicine L02-3 Treatment of acne with EBD L02-4 Acne treatment by dermal remodeling Laser 03 Rosacea and Sensitive Skin from A to Z L03-1 What we should know about rosacea L03-2 The optimal use of rosacea medication L03-3 Practical use of energy based devices for rosacea 1 - IPL L03-4 Practical use of energy based devices for rosacea 2 - PDL L03-5 Practical use of cosmetic products for rosacea & What we have to avoid for rosacea treatment Laser 04 Knowing How to Treat Vascular Disease Will Make You Famous L04-1 Differential diagnosis of vascular anomalies L04-2 Laser treatment of telangiectasia, venous lake, and pyogenic granuloma L04-3 Laser treatment of infantile hemangioma and portwine stain L04-4 Clinical use of vascular lasers beyond vascular diseases Laser 05 EBD Treatment From the Bottom Up: Starting with Simple Pigmented Lesions L05-1 Choice of wavelength and pulse duration when treating pigmented disorders: Mili/NS/MS/PS L05-2 Treatment of blemishes using picosecond laser L05-3 Treatment of pigmented blemishes using IPL L05-4 Treatment of pigmented blemishes using long pulsed laser L05-5 Treatment of pigmented blemishes using fractional laser Laser 06 Korean Experts' Methods for Treating Intractable Pigment Diseases L06-1 Treatment of café au lait macule and other intractable pigmentations L06-2 Treatment of complicated pigmented conditions induced by inappropriate EBD application L06-3 Effective treatment for ABNOM mixed with melasma L06-4 How to minimize PIH after laser treatment in esthetic clinic Laser 07 Picosecond Lasers: From the Basics to Up-to-date Uses (1) L07-1 Highlights in the science behind interaction of picosecond pulses with human skin L07-2 Removal of epidermal pigmentation using picosecond lasers with minimal post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation L07-3 Fractional picosecond lasers: a paradigm shift in scar treatment L07-4 Fractional picosecond lasers for improvement of facial pores and wrinkles 5

6 Session List (as of Dec 11, 2018) Laser 08 Overcoming the Pitfalls of Pore Management L08-1 Better understanding the cause of large pores L08-2 Key strategies in pore management according to skin type L08-3 Picolaser for enlarged pores L08-4 Tips on combination treatment for pore treatment L08-5 My therapeutic pearls - focus on radiofrequency Laser 09 All About Acne Scars and Blemishes L09-1 Acne scar treatment with EBD 1, picosecond lasers L09-2 Acne scar treatment with EBD 2, non-ablative fractional lasers L09-3 Acne scar treatment with EBD 3, ablative fractional lasers L09-4 Acne scar treatment with EBD 4. RF devices L09-5 Acne scar treatment with surgical technique L09-6 Acne scar treatment with fillers and chemical peelings L09-7 Treatment of acne induced erythema Laser 10 Drug Delivery Systems and EBD for Anti-aging L10-1 Drug Delivery System with Laser L10-2 Drug Delivery System with RF L10-3 Thermage FLX L10-4 HIFU update for anti-aging Laser 11 Picosecond Lasers: From the Basics to Up-to-date Uses (2) L11-1 Laser tattoo removal: nanosecond, picosecond, or both? L11-2 Optimizing picosecond laser tattoo removal parameters L11-3 Optimal treatments for Asian skin with Picoplus L11-4 Picosecond lasers: a new hope for melasma treatment? Laser 12 Needle Radiofrequency : EBD Fair to Various Asian Skin Types L12-1 Microneedle fractional RF for the treatment of axillary osmidrosis L12-2 How much do you know about conductivity and impedance with RF devices for optimal result? L12-3 We want to make synergy with monopolar and bipolar RF. Let me introduce my recipe L12-4 Clinical use of fractionated needle RF on vertical insertion L12-5 New indication of fractionated needle RF 6

7 Session List (as of Dec 11, 2018) Filler & Toxin 01 Anatomy for Facial Injectables from Korean Anatomist FT01-1 Understanding blood vessel path and insertion Depth for safe filler injection: Based on different parts of face FT01-2 Understanding Fat, Muscle & Bone aging for filler injection FT01-3 Filler combined treatment for facial contouring in young patient FT01-4 Filler combined treatment for facial rejuvenation in elderly patient Filler & Toxin 02 Filler Treatments Learn from the Korean Experts(1): Video Included FT02-1 Forehead correction FT02-2 Temple correction FT02-3 Sunken eye & Pretarsal roll correction FT02-4 Tear trough & Eyebag area correction Filler & Toxin 03 Toxin Treatments Learn from the Korean Experts : Video Included FT03-1 Knowhow of toxin treatment for maximizing patient satisfaction in upper face FT03-2 Knowhow of toxin treatment for maximizing patient satisfaction in lower face FT03-3 Toxin lifting & Facial contouring FT03-4 Botulinum toxin targeting body correction Filler & Toxin 04 Dermal Rejuvenation with Injectables FT04-1 Dermal rejuvenation with PDRN and PN FT04-2 Dermal rejuvenation and scar treatment with PRP FT04-3 Dermal rejuvenation with Hyaluronic acid and amino acid FT04-4 Hydrolifting for dermal rejuvenation Filler &Toxin 05 Anatomy for Toxin Injection from Korean Anatomist and What's New in Toxin Treatment FT05-1 Anatomy of musculature for Toxin injection FT05-2 Botulinum toxin products comparisons FT05-3 Botulinum toxin antibody formation and solutions Filler & Toxin 06 Filler Treatments Learn from the Korean Experts(2): Video Included FP06-1 Lateral & Buccal Cheek depression FP06-2 Anteromedial Cheek & Tear trough FP06-3 Chin, Prejowl sulcus, Labiomental fold FP06-4 Lip & Upper lip wrinkle Filler & Toxin 07 Learn from the Masters 1) How to Avoid and Solve Complications in Filler Treatment, 2) How to Choose Appropriate Filler: Hard or Soft Filler FP07-1 Classification of filler according to properties and prevention of immunologic side effects: Hard or Soft filler? FP07-2 Proper filler selection for different parts of face and maintenance period? FP07-3 Complications in filler injection 7

8 Session List (as of Dec 11, 2018) Filler & Toxin 08 VIDEO SESSION with Masters: Advanced Filler Injection & Debate (1) FP08-1 Upper face: Forehead FP08-2 Upper face: Temple FP08-3 Periorbital: Sunken eye, Pretarsal roll, Tear trough & Eyebag area Filler & Toxin 09 VIDEO SESSION with Masters: Advanced Filler Injection & Debate (2) FP09-1 Cheek: Anteromedial, Lateral & Buccal Cheek depression FP09-2 Nasolabial fold & Marionette line FP09-3 Perioral: Chin, Prejowl sulcus, Labiomental fold, Lip & Upper lip wrinkle Filler & Toxin 10 How to Avoid and Solve Complications in Toxin Treatments and Tips from Korean Toxin Experts FP10-1 Causes of side effects and solutions: Upper face FP10-2 Causes of side effects and solutions: Mid/Lower face FP10-3 My experience in minimal dosing and trends in toxin uses in facial aesthetics in Asians FP10-4 Useful tips for toxin treatment Filler & Toxin 11 VIDEO SESSION with Masters: Advanced Toxin Injection & Debate FP11-1 Upper face: Forehead & Glabellar FP11-2 Mid & Lower face: Periorbtial, Perioral & Massetter Thread 01 [MUST KNOW] I Can Start Korean GangNam Style Threads Lifting Now! T01-1 Anatomy-based adhesion points for repositioned SMAS and soft tissues T01-2 PDO physics; Basic theory of the PDO rejuvenation T01-3 MONO PDO threads T01-4 Karvern threads T01-5 Gold threads T01-6 Panel discussion Thread 02 Expert Designed Fascinating Facial Scrupturing with Threads T02-1 COG thread lifting: simple insertion combined with PLLA T02-2 COG thread lifting: Anchoring insertion T02-3 Various non-cog style new threads treatment T02-4 Silhouette Soft Lifting(Cone lifting) T02-5 Combination treatment(part 1) T02-6 Combination treatment(part 2) Thread 03 New Indications of Threads Never Tried Before T03-1 Eyebrow Lifting with threads T03-2 Lower eyelid treatment with threads(scaffold and dermaspring eye) T03-3 Nose Augmentation with threads T03-4 Neck Line Treatment with threads T03-5 Combination treatment(part 3) 8

9 Session List (as of Dec 11, 2018) Anti-aging 01 The New Korean Paradigm of Surgical Anti-aging Fields: The Dogma-breaking Concepts A01-1 The pulling, filling, and paralysis are essentially incorrect answers to anti-aging treatment: Truths we did not know for the past 100 years A01-2 Contour restoration is the final goal of aesthetic anti-aging treatment: Everything you need to know about the contour A01-3 Fat replacement for dermatologic defect A01-4 Facial muscle Rehabilitation treatment: A new magic horizon for facial anti-aging Anti-aging 02 [Video Workshop] Advanced Anti-aging Surgery A02-1 [Eye bag] Adjustment of retaining ligaments with injectables for the treatment of tear troughs, eye bags, and Indian bands A02-2 [Eye bag] The latest new two-step TCB strategy: Surpasses the limit of eye fat repositioning A02-3 [Midface] Midface volume augmentation: How to Avoid or Overcome the Common mistakes and pitfalls (1. Deep Cheek Volumization(DCV) / 2. Nasolabial fold / 3. Anterior cheek / 4. Lateral cheek) A02-4 [Lower face line] An ideal tissue damage minimizing solution for jowl & lower face-line: Extremely delicate interstitial ultrasound-assisted lipolysis Hair Loss 01 Attractive Hair Style: Completion of K-beauty Facial Frame H01-1 Female hairline correction technique H01-2 Update of hair transplantation for male pattern baldness H01-3 Hair restoration: Past, now and future H01-4 EBD for hair restoration treatment H01-5 Clinical tips of hair restoration Cosmetic 01 Cosmeceuticals in K-beauty : Dermatological Perspective and Application C01-1 Overview of cosmeceuticals in dermatological field C01-2 Tips for the proper selection of basic cosmeceuticals C01-3 Functional cosmetics in Japan : Focus on whitening and anti-wrinkle product C01-4 Transcutaneous topical delivery: Future of cosmeceuticals? Corrective Dermatology 01 Resolving Difficult and Intractable Blemishes and Scars CD01-1 Non invasive approach to erase various blemishes and scars of the skin CD01-2 CROSS technique, from genesis to recent innovation CD01-3 How to manage the complications from cosmetic procedures performed by non-professionals CD01-4 Revaluate subcision method for various scars and skin rejuvenation. 9

10 Call for Abstract The Organizing Committee of invites all interested aesthetic dermatologic professionals and academics to submit their abstracts. We welcome you to contribute the most up-todate research and latest development from around the world. All abstract will be reviewed by the Scientific Committee and if accepted, the author will be asked to submit their presentation file. The abstracts and presentation files should be submitted through the online system. If you have any questions or difficulties with submission, please contact the secretariat by at Submission Types Oral presentation E-poster display E-poster presentation * Organizing Committee reserves the right to make the final decision on the type of presentation. Abstract Topics Laser(EBD) Botulinum Toxin/Filler Surgery Skin Disorders Others Key Dates Abstract Submission by Acceptance Notification Presentation File Submission by January 31, 2019 February 15, 2019 March 1, 2019 Registration All participants are required to register through the online registration system and advised to register in advance to receive discount by the following registration fees. For further queries relating to registration process, please contact the secretariat by at Registration Fees Early-bird Registration Pre-Registration On-site Registration (by Feb 28, 2019) (From Mar 1, 2019) # Doctors USD 150 USD 350 USD 450 # Fellows/Residents USD 100 USD 250 USD 350 Corporate Professionals USD 150 USD 350 USD 450 Accompanying Person(s) USD 50 USD 50 USD 50 USD 50 USD 100 USD 100 USD 50 USD 100 USD 100 Category * Korean Dermatologic Clinic ONE DAY Participating Program * Korean Medical Company Visiting Program (by Jan 18, 2019) * Gala Dinner * optional USD 70 - Due to the limited spaces, Korean Clinic Experience and Visiting Korean Company programs will be provided on a first come, first served basis. - All dates are based on Korean standard time. (CET +8Hrs) - Please note that the Early Bird Rate or Regular Rate will be applied only when we have received full payment by the registration deadline. - Fellows and residents are requested to submit a status verification form. (Traineeship certificate or certification of studentship is also available.) - Online-Registration will close on March 20, Accompanying Person(s) can access only to the Exhibition Hall and Coffee Break. # For foreign doctors, fellows or residents registration only. 10

11 Benefit for Participants* of 1. On-site Q&A materials for all oral sessions by . (Once attendees send questions to our scientific office via at before the session, our scientific will select questions and ask the presenter to answer it during the session.) 2. Free access to all sessions, hot topic discussions and exhibition. 3. User guideline of medical equipment and products for hot topic discussions. 4. Exhibitors' overseas contact database. 5. Free lunch and coffee break during the symposium. 6. Symposium Kit (printed material, abstract book). 7. For attendees of Special Programs (Visiting Korean medical companies and Korean dermatological clinics): A certificate photo and diploma of participating program will be presented. * Except exhibitors and accompanying person(s). Special Programs Korean Dermatologic Clinic ONE DAY Participating Program March 29(Fri), 2019 The participants of can visit Korean dermatological clinics of various specialties that are in the lead of K-Beauty Medical Technologies. During the visit, participants can learn about clinic layouts, patient consulting and treatment know-how and also have in-depth discussion with the dermatologist of the clinic. A certificate photo with the director of the clinic and diploma of participation will be presented. * Participating Clinics Yonsei Starskin & Laser Clinic Yemiwon Aesthetic Clinic Drs. Woo & Hann's Skin and Laser Center Korean Medical Company Visiting Program March 28(Thu), 2019 will provide an unprecedented opportunity to visit one of four Korea's leading medical companies, observe the production line and R&D process and discuss with key opinion leaders of the companies. Also, a certificate photo and diploma of participation will be presented. * Participating Companies 11

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