The track category is the heading under which your abstract will be reviewed and later published in the conference printed matters if accepted. During the submission process, you will be asked to select one track category for your abstract.
Aging is the process of becoming older. Aging can also be referred to as single cells within an organism which have ceased dividing (cell senescence) or to the population of a species (population aging). It represents the accumulation of modifications in an individual over time, encompassing physical, mental, and social modifications. Aging Science is a branch of science which involves the biology of human aging. It deals with the treatment of age-related diseases.
- Track 1-1Rejuvenation
- Track 1-2Stem cells therapy
- Track 1-3Regenerative medicine
- Track 1-4Molecular repair
- Track 1-5Gene therapy
- Track 1-6Photoaging
Antioxidants are generally referred to as the molecules that reduce the probability of aging by neglecting or standardizing the level of oxidants with or without free radical activity. The so-called antioxidants molecules can be supplied through the dietary supplements or can be used as the constituents in cosmetics for the skin and they act as the key to long-lasting youth. The life span and the process of aging are interrelated in such a way that throughout the lifespan the aging process should be maintained slowly. The recent research has been conducted to treat the skin wrinkles with the nano-antioxidant formulations.
- Track 2-1Aging research
- Track 2-2Anti-aging
- Track 2-3Antioxidant supplementation and clinical conditions
- Track 2-4Free radical theory
- Track 2-5Longevity Determinant Genes (LDGs)
- Track 2-6Oxidative damage
- Track 2-7Slow aging process
Antiaging is to stop the normal process of cell death or senescence. There is a fact saying that if you are too skinny, you will appear older enough and if you are too heavy you will age more quickly. So, the maintenance of anti-aging strategies turns out to be very significant. The main anti-aging strategy includes eating/diet, stress reduction, regular physical and age-appropriate tests and consistent exercise and enough sleep. One ought to know that starting the anti-aging strategies at the early stage is more advantageous. The objective of anti-aging strategies is to replace the hormones that will cause aging through hormone replacement therapy. Advanced technology to defeat aging has now been introduced such as cosmetic surgery which covers up all the signs of aging.
- Track 3-1Anti-aging supplements
- Track 3-2Cosmetological care
- Track 3-3Dietary changes
- Track 3-4Moderate aerobic exercise
- Track 3-5Stress management
Aesthetic Medicine comprises all medical procedures that are designed at improving the physical appearance along with the gratification of the patient. Aesthetic medicine combines both surgical and non-surgical procedures. By tradition, aesthetic medication incorporates dermatology, reconstructive surgery and plastic surgery.
- Track 4-1Aesthetician
- Track 4-2Aging Science
- Track 4-3Cosmeceuticals
- Track 4-4Physical Surgery
- Track 4-5Cosmetic and Plastic Surgery
- Track 4-6Reconstructive Surgery
- Track 4-7Non-Invasive Procedures
Plastic Surgery is characterized as the repair, reconstruction, or replacement of physical defects of form or function or cosmetic improvement of the parts of the body.
Plastic surgery is a surgical practice including the restoration, reconstruction, or modification of the human body. It is of two type’s: reconstructive surgery which incorporates craniofacial surgery, hand surgery, microsurgery, and the burn treatment and the other is cosmetic or aesthetic surgery which intends at advancing the appearance of it. Aesthetic or Cosmetic surgery is a fundamental component of plastic surgery that includes facial as well as body aesthetic surgery.
- Track 5-1Burn surgery
- Track 5-2Craniofacial surgery
- Track 5-3Hand surgery
- Track 5-4Microsurgery
- Track 5-5Rhinoplasty
- Track 5-6Pediatric plastic surgery
- Track 5-7Skin grafting
- Track 5-8Anaesthesia and Anesthesiology
- Track 5-9Psychological disorders
- Track 5-10Complications, risks and reversals
Cosmetic Surgery entirely focused on enhancing a patient’s appearance. Improving symmetry, proportion and aesthetic appeal are the most important objectives. As none of the procedures is meant to improve the function of the body, cosmetic surgery is considered completely elective.
- Track 6-1Facial contouring
- Track 6-2Facial rejuvenation
- Track 6-3Body contouring
- Track 6-4Skin rejuvenation
- Track 6-5Liposuction
- Track 6-6Mammoplasty: Breast augmentations, lift and reduction
- Track 6-7Blepharoplasty: Eyelid surgery
- Track 6-8Abdominoplasty
Reconstructive surgery is the opposite of cosmetic surgery. It is determined totally on reconstructing the appearance of the body after damage or defect. It can moreover incorporate body enhancement methods considered to adjust or improve the body’s function or overall health. Reconstructive surgery deals both with defects the patient is born with, as well as those obtained through injury or disease.
- Track 7-1Cleft lip and Palate
- Track 7-2Congenital facial deformities
- Track 7-3Breast reconstruction
- Track 7-4Ear reconstruction
- Track 7-5Facial reconstruction and face transplants
- Track 7-6Burn repairs
- Track 7-7Scar revisions
Procedures that don’t require your plastic surgeon to make an incision or to remove tissue are non-invasive or non-surgical cosmetic treatments. Non-surgical aesthetic methods consist of injectable dermal fillers and toxins to plump thin lips, enhance shallow contours, make softer facial creases, eliminate wrinkles also enhance the appearance of recessed scars. There are also laser methods to smooth away bumps, age spots as well as scars.
- Track 8-1Injectable treatments
- Track 8-2Botox cosmetic
- Track 8-3Dermal fillers
- Track 8-4Tissue lifting
- Track 8-5Skin resurfacing
- Track 8-6Micro-needling
- Track 8-7Coolsculpting
- Track 8-8Laser treatment
- Track 8-9Hair removal
Herbal therapy could be a dynamically elegant treatment methodology among patients and doctors. Herbal dermatology is mainly based on Chinese herbal medicine and preparations. Ethno-botanical remedies and herbs form the basis of herbal dermatology medicines. Ayurvedic medicine and holistic medical preparations have shown their efficiency in the treatment of dermatological disorders
- Track 9-1Herbal therapy and medicines
- Track 9-2Ethnomedicinal dermatology
- Track 9-3Ethnobotanical dermatology
- Track 9-4Complementary medicine
- Track 9-5Traditional cosmetology
Dermatology is described as the science of the skin, hair and nails. Dermatologists estimate and deal with patients with benign and malignant disorders of these outer body areas. Clinical Dermatology is the speciality of medicine which incorporates the total range of diseases and conditions of the skin, hair and nails.
- Track 10-1Investigative dermatology
- Track 10-2Experimental dermatology
- Track 10-3Dermatomyositis
- Track 10-4Hypohidrosis
- Track 10-5Contact dermatitis
- Track 10-6Cellulitis
- Track 10-7Dermatologic surgery
- Track 10-8Skin research and technology
- Track 10-9Skin disease
Pediatric dermatology is a combination of both dermatology as well as pediatrics. Pediatric dermatology is a medical specialty which deals with diagnosis also the treatment of disorders associated with hair, nails, and skin. It will also deal with cosmetic issues of the skin, scalp, hair, and nails. A medical practitioner who specializes in this subject of pediatric dermatology is named as a pediatric dermatologist.
This discipline includes the complex diseases of the neonates, hereditary skin diseases or genodermatoses, along with the numerous challenges of working with the pediatric population.
- Track 11-1Skin care practices in infants
- Track 11-2Pediatricians
- Track 11-3Birthmarks
- Track 11-4Atopic dermatitis
- Track 11-5Genetic syndrome
- Track 11-6Melatonin
- Track 11-7Immunodeficiency
- Track 11-8Hereditary and congenital skin problems
A veterinary dermatologist is a veterinarian with expertise in the diagnosis and treatment of animal skin, ear, hair, nail, hoof and mouth disorders. Specifically, veterinary dermatologists have significant training and experience in the management of allergic skin disease.
- Track 12-1Hair Loss (Alopecia)
- Track 12-2Redness of Skin (Erythema)
- Track 12-3Scale
- Track 12-4Recurrent Infections
Cosmetic Dermatology focusses on the improvement, advancement, and features of the skin, hair, and nails aesthetically, creatively and cosmetically. Occasionally considered a medical essential, it can still resolve medical dermatological concerns.
Cosmetic dermatologists are dermatologists that specialize in addressing and treating aesthetic or cosmetic concerns of patients. Cosmetic dermatologists are medical doctors who have sought additional training in dermatology in order to assess and treat skin conditions cosmetically. Their ability sets incorporate such procedures as Botox, collagen injections, chemical peels, dermabrasion, laser surgery, and liposuction.
- Track 13-1Cosmetic science
- Track 13-2Cosmetic allergens
- Track 13-3Pigment cell & melanoma
- Track 13-4Pigmentation
- Track 13-5Importance of edible cosmetics
- Track 13-6Natural approach to hair and skin care
- Track 13-7Latest trends in cosmetic dermatology
Cosmetology is the study and application of beauty treatment. Specialities incorporate a lot of practices including skin care, cosmetics, hairstyling, manicures and pedicures, and electrology.
Cosmetologists are qualified and licensed to do cosmetic treatments to the hair, skin, and nails
- Track 14-1Cosmeceuticals
- Track 14-2Cosmetics
- Track 14-3Beauty treatment
- Track 14-4Cosmetologist
- Track 14-5Hair colorist
- Track 14-6Shampoo technician
Skin is the outer covering of the body. It is the largest organ of the body, and it performs several vital functions. Skin care is the variety of strategies which promote skin integrity, improve its appearance and ease skin conditions. They can incorporate nourishment, prevention of extreme sun exposure and reasonable utilize of emollients. Skin care is a routine daily practice in loads of settings, such as skin which is either excessively dry or too moist, also prevention of dermatitis and prevention of skin wounds
- Track 15-1Neonate
- Track 15-2Sunscreen
- Track 15-3Elderly
- Track 15-4Acne
- Track 15-5Pressure sore
- Track 15-6Stoma
- Track 15-7Wound healing
- Track 15-8Nutrition
- Track 15-9Radiation
- Track 15-10Cosmetics
Nutrition is important for health. It’s progressively clear that what you eat can significantly influence the health and aging of your skin. There are numerous nutrients which are known to play a role in the appropriate growth and immunity of the skin, and several individuals have noticed that their skin health has improved after making determined changes to their daily diet. The consumption of certain vitamins, minerals, along with other useful compounds in the diet is one of the most efficient methods to treat skin conditions and enhance the appearance and experience of one’s skin
- Track 16-1Nutricosmetics
- Track 16-2Nutritious diet
- Track 16-3Healthy and Glowing skin
- Track 16-4Toxins and Dehydration
- Track 16-5Beauty nutrition
Hair is an incredibly delicate barometer of both the bodies' internal and external environment. Hair care is a general term meant for hygiene as well as cosmetology including the hair which grows from the individual scalp, and to a minor extent facial, public in addition to other body hair. Trichology is the branch of dermatology concerned with the health of hair and scalp. Trichology helps in diagnosis of the causes of hair fall, hair breakage, hair thinning, miniaturization of hairs, diseases of the scalp and treat the diseases.
Hair transplant is a process in which a plastic or dermatological specialist transfers hair to a bald region of the head. The surgeon generally transfers hair from the back or else side of the head to the front or top of the head.
- Track 17-1Hair care
- Track 17-2Pattern baldness
- Track 17-3Dandruff and Hair fall
- Track 17-4Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT)
- Track 17-5Complications associated with a hair transplant
- Track 17-6Aesthetic Hair Implants- AHI
- Track 17-7Public health
Epidemiology is the study of the distribution and causes of diseases in humans. In addition to describing the burden and causes of skin diseases in populations, clinical epidemiology is concerned with describing the natural history and prognosis of diseases and with evaluating interventions which seek to prevent or treat diseases. The term dermatoepidemiology refers to the study of the epidemiology of dermatological disorders.
- Track 18-1Skin diseases
- Track 18-2Epidemiology
- Track 18-3Clinical epidemiology
- Track 18-4Analytic epidemiology
- Track 18-5Leprosy and Leprology
- Track 18-6Clinical research
Dermatopathology is the study of cutaneous infections at a microscopic level, which also includes examining potential causes of skin, nail or hair disorders at the cellular level. It is a subspecialty of dermatology and surgical pathology. Dermatologists treat the patients, while dermatopathologists receive the biopsy specimens, look at the tissue and make the diagnoses.
There are more than 1,500 disorders of the skin, ranging from rashes to cancers. Accordingly, dermatopathology could be a wide field that requires dermatopathologists to work with a variety of different doctors and specialists, including pediatricians. Dermatopathologists also must be familiar with several medical specialities. They must synthesize the data given to them from other individuals of the clinical community with the data they get from microscopic observation, and after that make a diagnosis.
- Track 19-1Skin pathology
- Track 19-2Anatomical pathology
- Track 19-3Surgical pathology
- Track 19-4Skin disease
- Track 19-5Skin lesion
Immunodermatology is a medical speciality which concentrates on the examination and treatment of skin disorders characterized by inadequate reactions of the body's immune system. Immunodermatology testing is necessary for the accurate determination and treatment of lots of diseases concerning epithelial organs which includes skin, mucous membranes, gastrointestinal and respiratory tracts.
- Track 20-1Immune response
- Track 20-2Immunity
- Track 20-3Skin and immune system
- Track 20-4Photo-immunology
- Track 20-5Hidradenitis suppurativa
- Track 20-6Allergic contact dermatitis
- Track 20-7Immunomodulation
- Track 20-8Tumor necrosis factor
- Track 20-9Chemokine receptor
Teledermatology could be a subspecialty of dermatology where telecommunication technologies are utilized to exchange medical information through all sorts of media ordinarily performed by non-dermatologists for assessment off-site by dermatologists. There are two principles which decide the basis for the practice of teledermatology: Store and Forward (SAF) and real-time or interactive teledermatology. Teledermatology can decrease wait periods by allowing dermatologists to treat minor conditions online whereas serious conditions requiring prompt care are given priority for appointments.
- Track 21-1Telemedicine and e-health
- Track 21-2Health care management
- Track 21-3Telediagnosis
- Track 21-4Home telehealth or telehomecare
- Track 21-5Teledermoscopy
- Track 21-6Teledermatopathology
- Track 21-7Dermatopathology aided by teledermoscopy
- Track 21-8Mobile teledermatology
Dermatology diseases incorporate simple skin rashes to critical skin infections, which happens due to a variety of things, such as infections, heat, allergens, system disorders and drugs. First, common skin diseases are dermatitis. Atopic dermatitis is an associate current (chronic) condition which causes disturbed, inflamed skin. Most often it appears as patches on the face, neck, back or legs.
- Track 22-1Skin diseases
- Track 22-2Temporary skin disorders
- Track 22-3Permanent skin disorders
- Track 22-4Skin disorders in children
- Track 22-5Psoriasis
- Track 22-6Cellulitis
- Track 22-7Contact dermatitis
- Track 22-8Vitiligo
- Track 22-9Chickenpox
- Track 22-10Causes, treatment and prevention of skin disorders
- Track 22-11Healthy skin
Most skin cancers are locally damaging cancerous growth of the skin. They start from the cells of the epidermis, the external layer of the skin. Unlike cutaneous malignant melanoma, most of these sorts of skin cancers infrequently spread to other parts of the body and become life-threatening. Skin cancer is the unusual growth of skin cells.
There are three major types of skin cancer. They are basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma and melanoma.
- Track 23-1Carcinogens
- Track 23-2Squamous cell carcinoma
- Track 23-3Basal cell cancer
- Track 23-4Melanoma
- Track 23-5Nonmelanoma skin cancer
- Track 23-6Pathophysiology
- Track 23-7Diagnosis, prevention and treatment
Aesthetic Medicine is an exciting field and a new trend in modern medicine. These days aesthetic medicine business is booming because of the technology progresses as well as novel inventions in the medical department. There are many hopes among the people to have a certain kind of aesthetic treatment to get in order to extend their physical appearance.
Dermatology is the specialized branch of medicine focusing on the skin and treatment of skin-related diseases and conditions. The Dermatological diagnostics and therapeutics market is expected to grow steadily during the forecast period driven by an increase in the psoriasis market that is expected to boost competition among the existing products with more emerging therapies. Lots of new company are emerging in this market, as a result of making a healthy competition. Approaching patent expiries of major drugs are developing the competition, further driving this market. Rising pressure is also forcing the companies to engage in licensing agreements and help them to expand their product portfolio and improve competitive positions in the industry.
- Track 24-1Dermatology industry
- Track 24-2Prescription dermatology therapeutics market
- Track 24-3Dermatology and Aesthetic medicine business
- Track 24-4Medical aesthetic devices market
- Track 24-5Dermatology drugs market