We are thrilled to welcome you to the 3rd Breast Implant Health Symposium—an innovative and collaborative platform dedicated to advancements in breast implant health, research, safety, and patient well-being.
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November 2nd & 3rd, 2024 | Virtual Symposium
About the Symposium
The 2024 symposium is set to be a transformative exploration of publications, research, and clinical practices, centering on assessment and treatment options in the dynamic field of breast implant health. Join us virtually for two days of insightful scientific sessions, engaging discussions, and unparalleled networking opportunities.
Our virtual platform allows seamless participation from physicians and researchers worldwide.
Explore a wide range of topics, including advances in breast implant health, surgical techniques, imaging technologies, and more.
Engage in thought-provoking Q&A sessions and join our round table discussions at the end of each day.
Call for Presenters
We invite you to contribute to the symposium by sharing your pioneering work and expertise. If you have research, clinical experiences, or insights related to breast implant health, be part of this impactful event.
Topics of Interest
- Advances in breast implant health and removal
- Long-term safety implications of breast implants
- Cancers associated with breast implants
- Patient outcomes and satisfaction post-explant
- Exploratory surgery and capsule removal
- Imaging technologies and SIGBIC
- Surgical techniques and approaches
- Pathology/Histology of capsules
- Additional implantable devices in this population
Round Table Discussions
At the conclusion of each day's sessions, join our engaging round table discussions. Together, let's synthesize key takeaways and chart the course for future research collaborations.
Save the Date
Mark your calendars for November 2nd and 3rd, 2024, and be part of this dynamic summit dedicated to research, education, and support around breast implant health.
Your expertise and insights will play a crucial role in driving advancements that positively impact patients and the medical community at large.
We look forward to your active participation!