An anatomical course ‘Intimate area aesthetics’ will be held in Prague on June 14-16, 2019 accompanied by demonstrative layer-by-layer dissection of biological material.
The procedure of intimate rejuvenation is becoming increasingly popular over the past years. After the age of 35 years, the production of hormones that are responsible for skin elasticity and regulate its regeneration reduces, whereas the woman’s socialization increases. Women are not ready to abandon their active life and prefer the least invasive, sparing, but effective methods. Dissection courses help physicians determine ‘dangerous areas’ and precise layers for administration of drugs, and avoid potential risks.
Medical Esthetic has been arranging anatomy courses for cosmetologists in Prague for 5 years. We conduct them at the Institute of Anatomy of Charles University and the Training Center of the European University of Aesthetics (Prague).
The anatomy course ‘Intimate area aesthetics’ will consist of two parts - a theoretical one and a practical one. The educators in the theoretical part will include a Plastic Surgeon Sergey Prokudin, a Specialist in gynecological endocrinology Oxana Filimonova, a Sexologist Prof. Mykola Boiko, and a Dermatologist Natalia Markova who will tell about the anatomy of male and female genitalia, arteries, veins, dangerous and ‘dead’ zones, physiology of erectile function, ejaculation as well as correction procedures. Oxana Filimonova will conduct a training course on anti-aging in gynecology, points of sexuality of women and ways to correct them, the basic rules of active and successful longevity and recipes for internal rejuvenation. Natalia Markova will tell about thread lifting of the anogenital area, and Mikhail Yudin - about the method of penis head enlargement for the treatment of premature ejaculation and aesthetic correction of the labia majora. The practical part will be carried out in the Anatomical theater of Carlow University. Participants of the course will master new skills and will participate in the demonstrative layer-by-layer dissection of biological material.
June 14-16, 2019