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Media Release :- 27th November 2012 -GP Synergy award winners announced....read more
Horror laser therapy burns prompt regulation calls
Horrific images of burns on a woman's chest from laser therapy have reignited calls for the industry to be regulated.
from Dermatology Update - 30 Nov 2011
Is laser and IPL hair removal safe? We exposes a number of untrained operators aiming lasers at the public's body parts. Permanent hair reduction is becoming increasingly popular, and hair removal businesses are cropping up as fast as the hairs themselves. Choice - the people's watchdog takes a look to see if it's all it's cracked up to be....read more
The Lastest in Non-surgical treatments - Ongoing education and mentorship is the key to being able to provide the best treatment options (Editorial from Vogue)
2009: A knife-free guide to anti-ageing by Keeli Cambourne from smh.com.au
...The president of the Australasian Society of Cosmetic Medicine, Dr Sharron Phillipson, says to ensure the industry is regulated, the Royal Australasian College of General Practitioners and the Australasian Society of Cosmetic Medicine in association with Quality in Practice are currently putting together Standards in Cosmetic Medicine Practices, which will be submitted to the Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care. The standards are expected to be adopted this year......read more
Fresh Face - Gillian Samuel reports on Esthélis, a ‘next generation’ dermal filler used to smooth lines and wrinkles and rejuvenate the face. - Australian Cosmetic Surgery Magazine - Issue 37...read more
2004 : Half-hour face fix from the adelaide review
...Dr Sharron Phillipson, the state president of the Cosmetic Physicians' Society (NSW), said that, while those in the 30-50 age group still tended to be the highest users of cosmetic procedures, two newer groups were emerging in the market. "Men now make up 20 per cent of my clientele, mostly for treatments involving hair removal. I'm also seeing a lot of women in their 60s who are still working and want to stay looking young."......read more
2003: Urgent call to tighten control of laser process by Tony James from australiadoctor.com.au
... Dr Phillipson, who chairs the laser subcommittee of the [The Cosmetic Surgery Credentialling ] council, said the advent of intense pulsed light (IPL) devices was further complicating the issue......read more