M&G Aesthetic Medicine - Advances, Opportunities and Future - 27 November 2018

  • October 19, 2018 | M&G Aesthetic Medicine - Advances, Opportunities and Future - 27 November 2018

M&G Aesthetic Medicine - Advances, Opportunities and Future

M&G Aesthetic Medicine
27 November 2018
Glenhove Conference Centre, JHB
R1 800/p or
R1 200/p for AAMSSA members 
Tel - 011 250 7300


“Global Aesthetic Medicine Market revenue is expected to cross USD 18.5 billion by 2024. Rising consciousness toward physical appearance, increasing disposable incomes, development in less invasive treatments and continuous advancement in healthcare facilities have substantially impelled the overall aesthetic medicine market growth”        Global Market Insights Inc


Aesthetic medicine - A business world buzzing with expansion and excitement in South Africa!

In recent years, South Africa has evolved into one of the biggest emerging markets in aesthetic and anti-aging medicine.


The needle is progressively replacing the scalpel.

The industry is increasingly growing as consumers, both modern women and men, are becoming more educated and open to aging intervention. They are more accepting to this ‘era of glamour’ and are increasingly seeking aesthetic treatments that are getting more affordable, requires no downtime, have a lower risk, non or modestly invasive but effective - all for the purpose of decreasing the normal effects of aging.  

Aesthetic medical treatments can also transform lives of victims of violent injuries, accidents, burn and birth defects.

Mail & Guardian (M&G) will host a half-day forum, bringing industry experts, practitioners in aesthetic medicine and professionals in the healthcare, beauty, skincare and wellness industries to engage, discuss new trends, advances, business opportunities and future of aesthetic medicine. 


Speakers include:

  • Dr Cobus van Niekerk, Dr Cobus & Associates, President, Aesthetic and Anti-aging                                Medicine Society of South Africa (AAMSSA) 
  • Dr Tamara Pheiffer, LongeviMe
  • Dr Gys du Plessis, Longiva
  • Dr Nandipha Magudumana, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Optimum Medical Solutions
  • Dr Cathy Davies, Rejuvnation
  • Dr Riekie Smit, Riekie Medical Aesthetic Centre 
  • Ulundi Behrtel, Health Law & Ethics Consultant


The half-day forum is supported by the Aesthetic and Anti-aging Medicine Society of South Africa (AAMSSA) and will be moderated by Shahan Ramkissoon, News Anchor, eNCA 


Click Here For More Information And To Book.