Dr. Sogair to Present Anti-Aging Technique at International Dermatology Conference

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The upcoming Arab Health Recruitment and Training Fair’s Dermatology Conference will feature Dr. Saad Sami Al Sogair, member of the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine, as a guest speaker. Dr. Sogair is an esteemed dermatologist who specializes in anti-aging practices and preventative medicine. His presentation, Applications of Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) in Aesthetic Medicine, will focus on a fairly new technique that hinges on using platelet-rich plasma as an anti-aging technique. During the presentation, Dr. Sogair will evaluate the full scope of using platelet-rich plasma in a number of settings, including clinical aesthetic applications.

Dr. Saad AlSogair explained, “Platelet-rich plasma is a portion of the blood that has a platelet concentration that is above baseline. Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) contains full clotting factors and releases multiple growth factors. These growth factors carry health benefits, including faster wound healing and less risk for postoperative blood loss, pain, and infection. Platelet-rich plasma’s growth factors act as chemoattractants and mitogenic agents, offering a plethora of anit-aging benefits. PRP therapy is being used in a number of clinical and aesthetic settings, including spinal fusion, heart bypass surgery, periodontal and oral surgery, acne scar treatment, and facial anti-aging treatment. When proper screening techniques are used to choose candidates, platelet-rich plasma treatment can lead to epithelial and endothelial growth, new capillary formation, and stem cell proliferation. PRP facial anti-aging therapy is less invasive than cosmetic surgery. Each application takes approximately 20 minutes, and the effects of treatment last up to 18 months.”

During his Dermatology Conference presentation at the Arab Health Recruitment and Training Fair, Dr. Sogair will further discuss how platelet-rich plasma is obtained, its various clinical and aesthetic uses, and benefits of PRP treatment, clinical trial results, and side effects of platelet-rich plasma.

The International Dermatology Conference will be held as part of the Arab Health Recruitment and Training Fair at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre. The event will offer insight into the latest clinical dermatology findings and treatments. Medical directors, dermatologists, skin surgeons, and laser surgeons are encouraged to attend. The event is provided by the Cleveland Clinic Center for Continuing Education. Further information about the upcoming Arab Health Recruitment and Training Fair and Dermatology Conference, as well as registration information, can be found at http://www.arabhealthrecruitment.com.