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University of California USA

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Clemens Esche

Beautiful Skin Institute in Northern Virginia. USA

Adolfo Napolez

Adolfo Napolez

University of Manchester. USA

Dermatology 2023

ABOUT CONFERENCE

The “28th International Conference on Dermatology & Skin Care” will be held in Barcelona, Spain, April 3–4, 2023, and is proudly invited by DERMATOLOGY 2023. "Scientific Approaches and Preventive Care for Skin, Hair in the Era of Clinical  Dermatology" is the conference's theme.

This prestigious 28th International Conference on Dermatology & Skin Care is all about talking about and exchanging information on topics like - Dermatological disease, Acne, Blisters, Common wart, Onychomycosis, Psoriasis, Dry skin, Rosacea, Skin cancer, Cosmetic/Aesthetic Dermatology, Bacterial Skin Infections, Fungal Skin Infections, Dermato pathology, Eczema and Dermatitis, Skin Grafting etc.

Dermatology is the medical specialty that deals with skin problems. It can occur in both medical and surgical settings. A dermatologist is a medical specialist who treats skin, hair, nail, and some aesthetic issues, as well as genital abnormalities. In general, the skin acts as a bodily barrier, shielding internal organs from harmful bacteria and fungi.

The Dermatology 2023 conference will bring together world-renowned professors, scientists, researchers, students, and dermatologists to discuss methodologies for a variety of dermatology and health-related issues. We intend to provide a variety of materials to keep dermatology specialists up to date on topics affecting disease expectations, detection, and treatment.

This conference's speakers are well-known and knowledgeable, and they will cover both broad and specific topics of interest. The primary goals of our conference are to provide dermato physicians, specialists, nurses, technologists, Dermatologists, homoeopaths, and anyone else professionally involved in Dermatology Disease with an opportunity to learn about the disease's evolution, discuss interventional procedures, gain knowledge of new and advanced derma practises and their efficiency and efficacy in the treatment of various cases, and understand local realities and practical constraints in treatment.

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Why to attend?

You can broaden your understanding about dermatology and skin care thanks to this conference. All parties will benefit from the knowledge that has been provided for life. This can be a chance for you to build your brand. Academics and academics have a fantastic opportunity to interact with Derma specialists from other nations. Exclusive sessions and panel discussions on the most recent advancements in dermatology will be offered to attendees, as well as poster presentations by young researchers and lectures from renowned universities. This will be the best opportunity to connect with the broadest group of participants from the dermatology community.

Targeted Audience

28th International Conference on Dermatology & Skin Care invites Professors, scientists, dermatology researchers, scholars, academicians, biomedical experts, beauty and spa experts, plastic surgery specialists, dermatology funding bodies, business professionals, sales and marketing professionals, industrial experts, doctors, training institutes and organisations are invited to participate in this conference and increase its value.

Contact us:
Bella Winget | Program Manager 
Dermatology 2023
Mail us: [email protected] | WhatsApp:  +44 7915 648218

 

SESSION TRACK

TRACK 1 – ACNE

One of the most prevalent dermatological conditions today is acne. This ailment is brought on by clogged hair follicles beneath the epidermis. Sebaceous glands in the skin that release sebum are connected to hair follicles. Through the pore, the sebum is discharged onto the skin (a follicle opening). Sebum can occasionally become stuck between keratinocytes, hair, and sebum, preventing it from reaching the skin's surface. This creates an environment where skin bacteria can flourish and lead to the development of "acne" follicles on the skin.

Related Societies:- Dermato-venereological Society of the Croatian Medical Association | Philadelphia Dermatological Society | Illinois Dermatological Society | American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery l The Medical Dermatology Society | New York State Society of Dermatology and Dermatological Surgery | Oklahoma state dermatology and dermatologic surgical society | Pennsylvania Academy of Dermatology and Dermatologic Surgery | The European Society for Dermatology and Psychiatry |Norwegian Society of Dermatology and Venereology (NSDV) | Croatian.

TRACK  2 – ACTINIC KERATOSIS

A skin condition brought on by years of sun exposure that is rough and scaly.Older persons are typically affected by actinic keratosis. Keeping out of the sun can help lower danger.

It most frequently affects the scalp, neck, backs of hands, forearms, lips, and ears. The rough, scaly skin area slowly becomes larger and typically exhibits no other symptoms. Years may pass before a lesion appears.It is typically removed out of caution because it has the potential to develop into cancer.

Skin patch that is thick, scaly, or crusty and is typically less than 2 cm in size, or about the size of a pencil eraser. It appears on parts of the body that are exposed to the sun frequently, such as the hands, arms, face, scalp, and neck. It is typically pink in colour but can also have a brown, tan, or grey base.

Related Societies: - Pennsylvania Academy of Dermatology and Dermatologic Surgery | The European Society for Dermatology and Psychiatry | European Society of Cutaneous Lupus Erythematous (EUSCLE) | BL Dermatology Society | The Medical Dermatology Society | New York State Society of Dermatology and Dermatological Surgery | Oklahoma state dermatology and dermatologic surgical society | Society of dermatological physician assistant | Women's dermatology society | Texas dermatology society

TRACK 3 – BACTERIAL SKIN INFECTIONS

One of the most prevalent diagnoses is bacterial infections. Erysipelas, Carbuncles, and Cellulitis are a few of these. These infections start out as little, red pimples that get bigger over time.

  • Impetigo
  • Boils
  • Leprosy

Related Societies:- Dermato-venereological Society of the Croatian Medical Association | Philadelphia Dermatological Society | Illinois Dermatological Society | American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery l The Medical Dermatology Society | New York State Society of Dermatology and Dermatological Surgery | Oklahoma state dermatology and dermatologic surgical society | Pennsylvania Academy of Dermatology and Dermatologic Surgery | The European Society for Dermatology and Psychiatry |Norwegian Society of Dermatology and Venereology (NSDV) | Croatian.

TRACK 4 – COMMON WART

They are additionally known as verruca vulgaris. The Human Papilloma Virus, or HPV, is mostly to blame for this. Warts are tiny, fleshy, noncancerous skin growths brought on by this virus. Warts do not have a special therapy; most of the time, they disappear on their own

Related Societies: - Society of dermatological physician assistant | Women's dermatology society | Texas dermatology society | Oklahoma state dermatology and dermatologic surgical society | Pennsylvania Academy of Dermatology and Dermatologic Surgery | The European Society for Dermatology and Psychiatry | The Medical Dermatology Society | New York State Society of Dermatology and Dermatological Surgery | European Society of Cutaneous Lupus Erythematous (EUSCLE) | BL Dermatology Society

TRACK 5 - COSMETIC/AESTHETIC DERMATOLOGY

The goal of this dermatology is to improve the patient's appearance. It doesn't concentrate on treating any skin disorders. By fostering a sense of self-confidence, it can enhance the patient's appearance as well as his mental state. Dermatology for aesthetic purposes.

Related Societies:- The Medical Dermatology Society | Dermatological Surgery | Oklahoma state dermatology and dermatologic surgical society | Pennsylvania Academy of Dermatology and Dermatologic Surgery | The European Society for Dermatology and Psychiatry | Norwegian Society of Dermatology and Venereology (NSDV) | Croatian Dermato-venereological Society of the Croatian Medical Association | Philadelphia Dermatological Society | Illinois Dermatological Society | American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery.

TRACK  6 -  COSMETIC DERMATOLOGY

A cosmetic dermatologist could work in general offices, medical spas, or dermatology clinics. They focus on patient wishes rather than patient needs, providing services like:

  • Correcting skin tone
  • Smoothing wrinkles
  • Removing hair on the face or body
  • Reducing surface fat
  • Tightening skin
  • Removing tattoos
  • Treating cellulite
  • Treating acne and acne scars

Related Societies: - Pennsylvania Academy of Dermatology and Dermatologic Surgery | The European Society for Dermatology and Psychiatry | European Society of Cutaneous Lupus Erythematous (EUSCLE) | BL Dermatology Society | The Medical Dermatology Society | New York State Society of Dermatology and Dermatological Surgery | Oklahoma state dermatology and dermatologic surgical society | Society of dermatological physician assistant | Women's dermatology society | Texas dermatology society

TRACK 7 – DERMATOLOGICAL DISEASE

Dermatological diseases include everything from mild skin rashes to severe skin infections. There are many factors that might cause this disease to develop in the body, including infections, heat, allergies, system disturbances, and drugs. These illnesses present with a variety of symptoms, some of which are temporary and infrequent (such as loss of skin pigment, raised lumps, and discoloured patches of skin), while others are prevalent (such as rashes, redness, and swellings).

Related Societies :- The Medical Dermatology Society | Dermatological Surgery | Oklahoma state dermatology and dermatologic surgical society | Pennsylvania Academy of Dermatology and Dermatologic Surgery | The European Society for Dermatology and Psychiatry | Norwegian Society of Dermatology and Venereology (NSDV) | Croatian Dermato-venereological Society of the Croatian Medical Association | Philadelphia Dermatological Society | Illinois Dermatological Society | American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery.

TRACK 8 – DRY SKIN

Xerodermia is another name for dry skin. This is a common skin condition that results in itching, scaling, or skin cracking owing to insufficient hydration, a dry environment, frequent hand washing, etc.

Related Societies:- The Medical Dermatology Society | Dermatological Surgery | Oklahoma state dermatology and dermatologic surgical society | Pennsylvania Academy of Dermatology and Dermatologic Surgery | The European Society for Dermatology and Psychiatry | Norwegian Society of Dermatology and Venereology (NSDV) | Croatian Dermato-venereological Society of the Croatian Medical Association | Philadelphia Dermatological Society | Illinois Dermatological Society | American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery.

TRACK 9 – DERMA PATHOLOGY

A specialisation of dermatology and pathology, dermatologic pathology is the study of skin pathology. A microscope is used by a derma pathologist to see the skin defect. Dermatopathology combines pathology and dermatology (the diagnosis and treatment of illnesses of the skin, hair, and nails) (identification of diseases microscopically).

  • Squamous cell carcinoma
  • Electron microscope

Related Societies: - Oklahoma state dermatology and dermatologic surgical society | Society of dermatological physician assistant | Women's dermatology society | Texas dermatology society Pennsylvania | Academy of Dermatology and Dermatologic Surgery | The European Society for Dermatology and Psychiatry | European Society of Cutaneous Lupus Erythematous (EUSCLE) | BL Dermatology Society | The Medical Dermatology Society | New York State Society of Dermatology and Dermatological Surgery

TRACK 10 – ECZEMA AND DERMATITIS

The main cause of this is skin irritation. Here are where the red, dry skin patches develop. Pollen, foods, and other allergens are the main causes of it. Contact with substances the body is allergic to, such as colours, chemicals, or fabrics, can also be the reason.

Related Societies:- The Medical Dermatology Society | Dermatological Surgery | Oklahoma state dermatology and dermatologic surgical society | Pennsylvania Academy of Dermatology and Dermatologic Surgery | The European Society for Dermatology and Psychiatry | Norwegian Society of Dermatology and Venereology (NSDV) | Croatian Dermato-venereological Society of the Croatian Medical Association | Philadelphia Dermatological Society | Illinois Dermatological Society | American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery.

TRACK 11 – EFFECT OF POLLUTION ON SKIN

Pollutants, which enter the superficial and deeper skin layers via transcutaneous and systemic pathways, attack the skin as one of their primary targets. The contaminants have a negative impact on our skin in numerous ways. They might stimulate inflammatory and metabolic processes in cells. It is well recognised that pollutants contribute to skin ageing.

  • Reactive oxygen species
  • Exfoliation of skin

Related Societies: - Oklahoma state dermatology and dermatologic surgical society | Society of dermatological physician assistant | Women's dermatology society | Texas dermatology society Pennsylvania | Academy of Dermatology and Dermatologic Surgery | The European Society for Dermatology and Psychiatry | European Society of Cutaneous Lupus Erythematous (EUSCLE) | BL Dermatology Society | The Medical Dermatology Society | New York State Society of Dermatology and Dermatological Surgery

TRACK 12 – FUNGAL SKIN INFECTION

These diseases are brought on by fungus, which typically affects moist body parts like the feet or armpits. Mycosis is another name for this illness. Here, the fungus that causes infection infects the tissue and may go on to infect other tissues, organs, or even the entire body.

Related Societies: - Pennsylvania Academy of Dermatology and Dermatologic Surgery | The European Society for Dermatology and Psychiatry | European Society of Cutaneous Lupus Erythematous (EUSCLE) | BL Dermatology Society | The Medical Dermatology Society | New York State Society of Dermatology and Dermatological Surgery | Oklahoma state dermatology and dermatologic surgical society | Society of dermatological physician assistant | Women's dermatology society | Texas dermatology society

TRACK 13- HAIR TRANSPLANTATION

Hair transplantation is the practise of moving hair from a bald area to a bald or sparsely haired area. This is carried out while sedated. Typically, the surgeon moves hair from the rear or side of the head to the front or top of the head.

  • Slit graft
  • Micro graft
  • Pattern baldness

Related Societies: - Oklahoma state dermatology and dermatologic surgical society | Society of dermatological physician assistant | Women's dermatology society | Texas dermatology society Pennsylvania | Academy of Dermatology and Dermatologic Surgery | The European Society for Dermatology and Psychiatry | European Society of Cutaneous Lupus Erythematous (EUSCLE) | BL Dermatology Society | The Medical Dermatology Society | New York State Society of Dermatology and Dermatological Surgery

TRACK 14 – HUMAN AUTOLOGOUS STEM CELLS 

An autologous stem cell transplant replaces a patient's stem cells that have been damaged by radiation or high-dose chemotherapy treatment. Autologous stem cell transplantation is most commonly utilised to treat blood malignancies including leukaemia and lymphoma.

Related Societies: - Pennsylvania Academy of Dermatology and Dermatologic Surgery | The European Society for Dermatology and Psychiatry | European Society of Cutaneous Lupus Erythematous (EUSCLE) | BL Dermatology Society | The Medical Dermatology Society | New York State Society of Dermatology and Dermatological Surgery | Oklahoma state dermatology and dermatologic surgical society | Society of dermatological physician assistant | Women's dermatology society | Texas dermatology society

TRACK 15 – NATURAL AND ORGANIC COSMETICS

More and more people are interested in using natural cosmetics. Natural cosmetics support the link between environmental protection and health preservation. The benefits of using natural ingredients in cosmetics for treating illnesses and caring for skin and hair have increased. Aloe vera works well to treat atopic dermatitis, whereas colloidal oatmeal has been demonstrated to enhance the treatment of psoriasis.

The only ingredients in organic products were grown naturally, without the use of pesticides, chemicals, or artificial fertilisers. A natural product frequently contains 50–70% chemicals, whereas an organic product must contain 95–100% chemical-free ingredients.

Related Societies: - Pennsylvania Academy of Dermatology and Dermatologic Surgery | The European Society for Dermatology and Psychiatry | European Society of Cutaneous Lupus Erythematous (EUSCLE) | BL Dermatology Society | The Medical Dermatology Society | New York State Society of Dermatology and Dermatological Surgery | Oklahoma state dermatology and dermatologic surgical society | Society of dermatological physician assistant | Women's dermatology society | Texas dermatology society

TRACK 16 –PEDIATRIC DERMATOLOGY

The field of paediatric dermatology deals with the care of young patients. Various skin problems, such as haemangiomas and other vascular birthmarks, pigmented birthmarks, congenital skin disorders, eczema or atopic dermatitis, psoriasis, contact dermatitis, Vitiligo, hives, and warts are diagnosed using this.

Related Societies: - BL Dermatology Society | The Medical Dermatology Society | New York State Society of Dermatology and Dermatological Surgery | Oklahoma state dermatology and dermatologic surgical society | Society of dermatological physician assistant | Women's dermatology society | Texas dermatology society | Pennsylvania Academy of Dermatology and Dermatologic Surgery | The European Society for Dermatology and Psychiatry | European Society of Cutaneous Lupus Erythematous (EUSCLE)

TRACK  17 – PLASTIC AND RECONSTRUCTIVE  SURGERY

In conclusion, the primary distinction between the two is that reconstructive surgery is carried out in response to a medical concern, whereas cosmetic surgery is done for aesthetic reasons. Significant psychological and physical advantages can be obtained via plastic surgery.

Related Societies: - Pennsylvania Academy of Dermatology and Dermatologic Surgery | The European Society for Dermatology and Psychiatry | European Society of Cutaneous Lupus Erythematous (EUSCLE) | BL Dermatology Society | The Medical Dermatology Society | New York State Society of Dermatology and Dermatological Surgery | Oklahoma state dermatology and dermatologic surgical society | Society of dermatological physician assistant | Women's dermatology society | Texas dermatology society

TRACK 18 – ROSACEA

Rosacea is a chronic skin condition that shares all of the same symptoms as other prevalent skin conditions including acne. There is no recognised treatment for this illness. The nose, cheeks, and forehead skin are particularly affected by this. This causes tiny, red, pus-filled pimples to appear on the skin.

Related Societies: - European Society of Cutaneous Lupus Erythematous (EUSCLE) | BL Dermatology Society | Society of dermatological physician assistant | Women's dermatology society | Texas dermatology society Libyan Society of Dermatology and Venereology | South Asian Regional Association of Dermatologists, Venereologists and Leprologists | Venezuelan Society of Medical, Surgical and Aesthetic Dermatology

TRACK 19 – SKIN CANCER

These skin tumours are malignant growths that develop from cells in the epidermis, the skin's outermost layer. The majority of these are brought on by genetic mutation as a result of UV radiation exposure to the skin.

  • Basal cell carcinoma
  • Cryosurgery
  • Mohs surgery
  • Squamous cell carcinoma

Related Societies: - BL Dermatology Society | The Medical Dermatology Society | New York State Society of Dermatology and Dermatological Surgery | Oklahoma state dermatology and dermatologic surgical society | Society of dermatological physician assistant | Women's dermatology society | Texas dermatology society | Pennsylvania Academy of Dermatology and Dermatologic Surgery | The European Society for Dermatology and Psychiatry | European Society of Cutaneous Lupus Erythematous (EUSCLE)

TRACK 20 – SKIN GRAFTING

This technique involves moving skin from one area of the body to another. This is carried out to reconstruct the skin imperfection. In this instance, the healthier skin is removed and applied to the damaged area. Additionally, skin grafts are used to cover cutaneous ulcers that are chronic and non-healing, to replace tissue lost in full-thickness burns, and to regrow hair in alopecia-affected areas.

  • Split skin graft
  • Full thickness skin graft
  • Excision biopsy
  • Dermatome

Related Societies: - European Society of Cutaneous Lupus Erythematous (EUSCLE) | BL Dermatology Society | Society of dermatological physician assistant | Women's dermatology society | Texas dermatology society Libyan Society of Dermatology and Venereology | South Asian Regional Association of Dermatologists, Venereologists and Leprologists | Venezuelan Society of Medical, Surgical and Aesthetic Dermatology

TRACK  21 – SEBORRHEIC DERMATITIS

A condition that results in patches of skin losing its colour . When pigment-producing cells pass away or stop working, vitiligo develops. Any area of the body, including the mouth, hair, and eyes, might experience skin colour loss. People with darker skin tone could detect it more readily. Although the condition is not cured by treatment, the skin may look better.

Related Societies: - Pennsylvania Academy of Dermatology and Dermatologic Surgery | The European Society for Dermatology and Psychiatry | European Society of Cutaneous Lupus Erythematous (EUSCLE) | BL Dermatology Society | The Medical Dermatology Society | New York State Society of Dermatology and Dermatological Surgery | Oklahoma state dermatology and dermatologic surgical society | Society of dermatological physician assistant | Women's dermatology society | Texas dermatology society

TRACK  22 – SKIN CANCER 

Skin cancer, or the abnormal multiplication of skin cells, is most frequently found on sun-exposed skin. However, even on areas of your skin that are rarely exposed to sunlight, this common type of cancer can manifest itself. The three main types of skin cancer are basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, and melanoma.

Related Societies: - Pennsylvania Academy of Dermatology and Dermatologic Surgery | The European Society for Dermatology and Psychiatry | European Society of Cutaneous Lupus Erythematous (EUSCLE) | BL Dermatology Society | The Medical Dermatology Society | New York State Society of Dermatology and Dermatological Surgery | Oklahoma state dermatology and dermatologic surgical society | Society of dermatological physician assistant | Women's dermatology society | Texas dermatology society

TRACK  23 – SEBORRHEIC DERMATITIS

A condition that results in patches of skin losing its colour . When pigment-producing cells pass away or stop working, vitiligo develops. Any area of the body, including the mouth, hair, and eyes, might experience skin colour loss. People with darker skin tone could detect it more readily. Although the condition is not cured by treatment, the skin may look better.

Related Societies: - Pennsylvania Academy of Dermatology and Dermatologic Surgery | The European Society for Dermatology and Psychiatry | European Society of Cutaneous Lupus Erythematous (EUSCLE) | BL Dermatology Society | The Medical Dermatology Society | New York State Society of Dermatology and Dermatological Surgery | Oklahoma state dermatology and dermatologic surgical society | Society of dermatological physician assistant | Women's dermatology society | Texas dermatology society

TRACK 24 – ONYCHOMYCOSIS

This is often referred to as nail fungus. Yellow or white nail discolouration results from this. This illness is brought on by dermatophytes, yeasts, and no dermatophyte melds. In this case, either the fingernail or the toenail is impacted. However, the toe nail is most frequently impacted.

Athlete’s foot

  • Distal Subungual Onychomycosis
  • Antifungal Susceptibility Testing
  • Antifungal Therapy

Related Societies: - Pennsylvania Academy of Dermatology and Dermatologic Surgery | The European Society for Dermatology and Psychiatry | European Society of Cutaneous Lupus Erythematous (EUSCLE) | BL Dermatology Society | The Medical Dermatology Society | New York State Society of Dermatology and Dermatological Surgery | Oklahoma state dermatology and dermatologic surgical society | Society of dermatological physician assistant | Women's dermatology society | Texas dermatology society

TRACK  25 – VITILIGO

A condition that results in patches of skin losing its colour.When pigment-producing cells pass away or stop working, vitiligo develops.Any area of the body, including the mouth, hair, and eyes, might experience skin colour loss. People with darker skin tone could detect it more readily.Although the condition is not cured by treatment, the skin may look better.

Related Societies: - Pennsylvania Academy of Dermatology and Dermatologic Surgery | The European Society for Dermatology and Psychiatry | European Society of Cutaneous Lupus Erythematous (EUSCLE) | BL Dermatology Society | The Medical Dermatology Society | New York State Society of Dermatology and Dermatological Surgery | Oklahoma state dermatology and dermatologic surgical society | Society of dermatological physician assistant | Women's dermatology society | Texas dermatology society

 

 

 

MARKET ANALYSIS

Dermatology 2023 will be place in Barcelona, Spain, on April 3–4, 2023. The 28th International Conference on Dermatology & Skin Care gladly welcomes all attendees, speakers, researchers, and other research specialists. We are excited and honoured to invite you all to join us for a meeting, discussion, and exchange of incisive ideas on the topic of dermatology and skin care.

The main objective of our conference is to gather and bring together all academics, researchers, and scientists working in the fields of dermatology and skin care in order to share knowledge and viewpoints on relevant subjects. This is an opportunity to build collaborative relationships between academics, practising dermatologists, and their workplaces that will enable a continuous flow of knowledge and expertise in the derma and skin care industries.

GLOBAL BUSINESS AND RESEARCH VALUE

The demand for minimally invasive dermatology technology is being driven by the prevalence of psoriasis and skin cancer in the modern era. As a result of the high demand, the market value of dermatology equipment has increased. The market for dermatology devices is expected to be valued more than $20 billion USD by 2025. Excessive exposure to UV radiation without protection and incorrect use of such devices may raise the risk of developing a variety of skin disorders and diseases. Skin cancer rates are greater in Asian countries like Japan and India. Living in such tropical regions increases a person's exposure to UV radiation, which can lead to skin cancer. The skincare gadget sector will therefore prosper as a result of everything said.

It is widely believed that the enormous rise in skin illnesses worldwide is to blame for the increased manufacture of dermatological drugs today. Manufacturers of dermatology medications are now making more money than ever thanks to this specialised market.

Atopic dermatitis and skin cancer have the two diseases with the highest expected growth rates, at 12.8 and 9.2 percent, respectively.

The US now has the largest dermatological market, and it is anticipated that it will hold that position through 2028. According to GMR Data, the industry will grow from $12.8 billion in 2018 to $22.5 billion in 2028. The US is a primary target for manufacturers of branded medications because of stringent patent limits and large per capita health spending. The US government reported that $9,403 per person was spent abroad on healthcare in 2014. In the UK, spending per person was $3,935 whereas in France, it was $4,959.

Companies Involved in the market of Dermatology

Amgen, Reckitt Benckiser Group plc., AbbVie, Galderma S. A., LEO Pharma A/S, Bayer AG, GlaxosmithKline, Eli Lilly And Company, Novartis AG, and Perrigo Company Plc are among the major players in the dermatology drugs market. The global dermatology drugs market is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 10.1% from $49.55 billion in 2021 to $54.54 billion in 2022. The increase is primarily due to companies reorganising their operations and recovering from the COVID-19 impact, which had previously resulted in restrictive containment measures such as social distancing, remote working, and the closure of commercial activities, all of which created operational challenges. The market is expected to reach $76.12 billion by 2026, at an 8.7% CAGR. The dermatology drugs market is made up of dermatology drug sales by entities (organisations, sole proprietorships, and partnerships) that manufacture dermatology drugs to treat skin diseases. This industry includes companies that manufacture drugs to treat diseases like rosacea, dermatitis, hyperhidrosis, androgenic alopecia, acne medications, microbial infections, and other skin disorders.

Acne drugs, dermatitis, psoriasis, and other dermatology drugs comprise the dermatology market. Psoriasis is a skin disorder characterised by red, itchy scaly patches on the knees, elbows, trunk, and scalp.

The drugs are available in pharmaceutical and biologic forms. The drugs are administered orally, parenterally, or intravenously, and are classified as branded or generic. Prescription-based drugs and over-the-counter drugs are available through a variety of channels, including hospital pharmacies, retail pharmacies/drug stores, and others. In 2021, North America was the largest region in the dermatology drugs market. During the forecast period, the Middle East is expected to be the fastest growing region. This report covers Asia-Pacific, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, North America, South America, the Middle East, and Africa. Historically, the dermatology drugs market was primarily driven by rapid growth in emerging markets.

Rising disposable income, a stable political environment, and increased foreign investment in these countries aided the growth of emerging markets. According to the IMF, China's GDP growth rate in Furthermore, according to the IMF's World Economic Outlook Reports, global growth is expected to be 6% in 2022 and 4.4% in 2022. Thus, strong economic growth increased demand for dermatology drugs, driving the market during the historical period. The high cost of drugs is a major issue for citizens in many countries. There is a lot of pressure to cut costs and show value. Political uncertainty and persistent economic stress in many countries are putting public health care funding in jeopardy.

In less developed countries, a lack of cost-effective drugs has influenced population health and resulted in a low average life expectancy. As a result, pharmaceutical companies in countries such as Chad, Macedonia, and Serbia are under pressure to lower drug prices. The high costs of drugs are putting a strain on dermatology drug manufacturers' profits.This deprives patients of cost-effective treatment. Rockefeller University researchers used genomic testing and data analytics to predict psoriasis patients' response to a given treatment.

Gene-expression data from skin biopsies is collected by genomic testing algorithms, which detect activity in 50,000 different genes. This technique can predict a patient's response with 95% accuracy in 12 weeks, saving significant time for clinical trials and the launch of new drugs.

According to TripleTree, there will be 9,000 dermatology practises and 14,000 dermatologists in the United States in 2025. The total number of practises included 34% solo practises and 48% practises with three or more physicians. Due to the increasing demand for specialised dermatology treatments, patients prefer to visit specialty dermatology clinics for quick and effective service, which drives segment growth. Furthermore, the global rise in the prevalence of skin cancer and melanoma, combined with an increase in the number of clinics offering dermatology services, has resulted in an increase in the number of patients seeking treatment and care at dermatology clinics.

North America will account for more than 43% of total revenue in 2021. The regional market is expected to grow at a steady CAGR over the forecast period, retaining its dominant position. The rising prevalence of skin cancer and other skin diseases such as eczema and rosacea, as well as the growing acceptance of cosmetic procedures, are some of the major factors driving regional market growth. Acne vulgaris affects 80% of the US population at some point in their lives, with 20% suffering from severe acne, which can result in permanent physical and mental scarring.

From 2022 to 2030, the Asia Pacific regional market is expected to grow at the fastest rate. The rapidly growing medical tourism sector in Asia Pacific, owing to the availability of low-cost treatment options, is expected to be a major driver of regional market growth. Furthermore, an increase in the number of multinational companies investing in R&D in Asia Pacific has proven to be an important factor driving the regional market. Rising consumer beauty consciousness is expected to drive product demand, thereby fueling regional market growth.

The major corporations are focusing on strategic initiatives such as mergers and acquisitions, new product development, and geographic expansions. Cutera, for example, announced the launch of Secret RF in 2018, a device designed for effective wrinkle removal, scar reduction, and collagen remodelling. Lancer Skincare, the leading Beverly Hills-based international skincare brand, will collaborate with ByondXR to launch The Virtual Lancer Dermatology Shop in November 2022. Lancer Skincare's new virtual store will provide customers with the in-home benefits of a Lancer dermatology practise through a curated, digital experience that moves across the newly growing digitised world.

Due to the adoption and usage of these laser products, the laser product had the largest market share until 2022 and is expected to have the fastest CAGR during the forecast period. Dermatoscopy dominated the diagnostic devices market. The availability of advanced technologies has aided the segment's growth. Skin cancer diagnosis and disease prevalence, as well as an increased emphasis on early detection, will drive significant growth over the forecast period. Laser hair removal devices generated the greatest revenue share due to the numerous benefits associated with laser hair removal techniques.

The clinics end-user segment is also expected to grow rapidly over the forecast period until 2030. These clinics specialise in the diagnosis and treatment of skin conditions. Certified plastic surgeons provide both non-surgical and surgical services in dermatology clinics. Patients are flocking to these dermatology clinics as the demand for specialised dermatology treatments grows. Consumers are visiting specialised dermatology clinics to seek effective and quick service, which is driving segment growth.

Until 2021, the North American region had the highest revenue share. The North American region accounted for approximately 44% of total revenue. Skin cancer and skin diseases are becoming more common. Regional markets are expected to expand as demand for these procedures rises. Acne vulgaris affects approximately 80% of the US population. Around 20% of people have severe acne, which leaves a permanent physical scar.

In addition to the North American market, the Asia Pacific market is expected to grow at the fastest rate during the forecast period. With increased medical tourism in the Asia Pacific region, the market will expand rapidly. The various treatment options will be the key factors driving regional market growth. Another important factor driving the regional market is an increase in R&D investments by various multinational corporations in the Asia Pacific region.

With people's growing interest in aesthetics, the LAMEA region is expected to grow at the fastest rate during the study period. Light therapy, liposuction, and lasers are expected to have the highest market share in the LAMEA region during the forecast period.

Obagi, a science-based skincare company that has been a leader in professional skincare products for over 30 years, announced the official launch of the Skintrinsiq device, its first foray into the complementary skincare device market, in December 2021.

Casio Computer Co., Ltd. announced the upcoming release of the DZ-D100 DERMOCAMERA in January 2022, which allows for close-up shots with the lens directly touching the skin as well as regular shots, all with a single camera.

Key market players

  • Alma Lasers GmbH
  • Cynosure, Inc.
  • Syneron Medical Ltd.
  • Canfield Scientific, Inc.
  • 3Gen
  • Solta Medical, Inc.
  • Cutera, Inc.
  • Aesthetic Group
  • Ambicare Health
  • Image Derm, Inc

The Asia Pacific region has the highest demand for dermatology tomography devices. It is expected to grow faster over the forecast period as a result of initiatives taken by many key players investing in R&D, which boosts the segment's growth. Rapid awareness of skin lesions and the availability of low-cost treatments are driving the market's expansion.

The dermatology imaging devices market in North America generated the most revenue. It will continue to dominate due to its extensive healthcare infrastructure, new dermatological equipment for treating skin diseases, and growing public concern about skin cancer and skin illness.

Canfield Scientific, 3Dmd, Atys Medical, Barcos, Bomtech Electronics Co. Ltd, Canfield Scientific Inc., Cortex Technology, Cakiberid, Courage + Khazaka electronic GmbH, DermSpectra, Emage Medical LLC, E-consystems, Fotofinder Systems GmbH, Fude Medical instrument ltd, Navitar, TPM- Taberna Pro Medicum GmbH, MetaOptima Technology Inc, Macquarie Medical Systems

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GLOBAL MEDICALS WORKING ON DERMATOLOGY AND SKIN CARE

FUTURE SCOPEOF DERMATOLOGY AND SKIN CARE

The only organ that has direct contact with the outside world is our skin. Skin is a vital component of our body's defence from the outside world. It prevents foreign substances from entering our bodies. Globally, dermatology is and will continue to be of greatest importance. It is evident that many patients, whether they have skin cancer or fairly common acne, suffer from skin abnormalities. The demand for dermatologists and skin care experts is rapidly increasing. The field of dermatology has a long history and will continue to hold a prominent position in the medical community in the years to come.

CONCLUSION

Dermatology 2023 will be the ideal opportunity to access the largest conglomeration of participants from the dermatology community through, members around the world intent on learning about dermatology and its innovations. At this two-day event in Barcelona, Spain , make an impact with new medicine breakthroughs, share information, meet existing and potential scientists, and gain name recognition. This conference is certain to feature well-known speakers, the most recent performances, additions, and new developments in dermatology.

PARTICIPATION OPTIONS

The ACADEMIC / STUDENT / BUSINESS Category of Dermatology 2023 offers the participants a variety of modes or ways to participate, such as Delegate or Speaker. Online Power Point presentations and video presentations on Cisco Webinars are the mode of participation.

  • Keynote speaker: 45-50 minutes
  • Speaker (oral presentation): 25-30 minutes (only one person can present)
  • Speaker (workshop): 45-50 minutes (more than 1 can present)
  • Speaker (special session): 45-50 minutes (more than 1 can present)
  • Speaker (symposium): more than 45 minutes (more than 1 can present)
  • Delegate(only registration): will have access to all the sessions with all the benefits of registration
  • Poster presenter:  can present a poster and enjoy the benefits of delegate
  • Remote attendance:  can participate via video presentation or e-poster presentation
  • Exhibitor: can exhibit his/her company’s products by booking exhibitor booths of different sizes
  • Media partner
  • Sponsor
  • Collaborator

BENEFITS OF JOINING CONFERENCE:

  • Get your abstract published with DOI
  • Get Certified for your participation
  • Reduced Costs Affordability
  • Knock Down Geographical Barriers
  • Convenience from comfort of your own home or from work
  • They’re Archived: Ability to view events in the recording
  • Great resource for learning new career skills
  • Learn from the Pros
  • Global exposure to your research
  • Make new connections
  • Significant time saving
  • Increased engagement
  • Wider Reach
  • More Engaging
  • Position yourself as the expert
  • Get your abstracts published with unique DOI in International Journals
  • Get up to 50% discounts for publishing your entire article in our open access International Journals
  • Get Handbooks and conference kits
  • Get an access to the network with eminent personalities from worldwide.

Past Conference Report

Dermatology 2022 Report

Lexis Series hosted the event “23rd World Dermatology Congress” at Vancouver , Canada during SEP 21-22, 2022. The conferences were organized with a focus on the themes “Discovering the innovative techniques against major skin diseases and defects with the help of science” was a great success where eminent keynote speakers from various reputed companies and Universities made their resplendent presence and addressed the gathering.

The event proceedings were carried out through several Scientific-sessions and plenary lectures, Lexis Series would like to express a sincere thankfulness to all the Honourable guests and Keynote Speakers of “23rd World Dermatology Congress”. We would like to convey a warm gratitude to all the Honourable guests and Keynote Speakers of Dermatology 2022

Dermatology 2022 committee would like to convey a warm gratitude to all the Honorable guests and Keynote Speakers, Elizabeth Simon from New York Institute of Technology, USA; Anthony Galea from Galea Professional Medical Inc., Canada; Olivier Morenon from University of Applied Sciences of Western Switzerland, Switzerland; Holly Kooi from Ushine Vienna, Austria; Florian Trummer from Hospital of the Brothers of St. John of God Vienna, Austria; Sejran Abdushi from UBT- High Education Institute, Republic of Kosovo have given a wonderful talk which makes allows the delegates and other attendees to gain the knowledge about main course of the event.

Dermatology 2022 Organizing Committee would like to thank the Moderator of the conference, Julie Benoit from Institut de Formation en Soins Infirmiers, France, who contributed a lot for the smooth functioning of this event and for taking up the responsibility to coordinate during the sessions for smooth functioning of this event. We are indebted to your support.

Lexis Series also took the privilege of felicitating Dermatology 2022 Organizing Committee, Keynote Speakers, Plenary Speakers, Chairs and Co-Chairs, Young Researchers and other attendees whose support made the conference a great success.

We also would like to thank all our Speakers, Poster Presenters and Delegates for taking out your time and sharing their research work with our peer network. We are very glad to have shared a great relationship with all these Attendees, associations and we hope to see even greater support in our upcoming events. We would also like to thank Chairs and Co-chairs of the conference, Olivier Morenon from University of Applied Sciences of Western Switzerland, Switzerland; Ursula Serdarevich from Favaloro University, Argentina; Elizabeth Simon from New York Institute of Technology, USA for a being a great support for our event to be a grand success.

A series of lectures by distinguished professionals discussed the recent trends and issues in inter-disciplinary Dermatology and its technical advancements.

Save your dates for the most awaited event of 2023

With a great response and feedback which we received from participants and supporters from Dermatology 2022, we are proud to announce our upcoming conferences in the "28th International Conference on Dermatology & Skin Care" on April 03-04, 2023 in Barcelona, Spain with the theme of "Scientific Approaches and Preventive Care for Skin, Hair in the Era of Clinical  Dermatology"

The main aim of this conference is to solicit the gracious presence of our honourable, to the upcoming conference “28th International Conference on Dermatology & Skin Care” that is going to be held during April 03-04, 2023 in Barcelona, Spain, to share and exchange their knowledge. 

It is an International platform for business delegates, B2B meetings, poster presentations, workshops, symposia, networking and more. It will offer a platform wherein you can ensure enormous exposure and networking by exhibiting products and services. Grab the opportunities, and share your innovative ideas, new technologies and Recent researches.

Dermatology 2023 witnesses an amalgamation of peerless speakers who enlightened the gathering with their contribution towards the prevention of Dermatology related difficulties, its effects and treatment on Dermatology.

For being a Experts in Dermatology and SkinCare, we hope that this platform gives knowledge and new updates by undergoing with the several interactive sessions to encourage the exchange of innovative ideas in the field of Dermatology and its advancements, in that all the session talks are consider to be a great talks which makes the delegates, exhibitor, collaborators and other speakers feels so much interesting.

Being a significant expert in this area we would like to Invite you as an International Organizing Committee Members, Speakers, Keynote speakers, Young Research forum, Sponsors and Exhibitor, etc for Dermatology 2023. The centre of the activity of Dermatology is to produce the clear visual definition by undergoing with Oral Presentation, Poster presentation, Workshop, Exhibition, networking and interacting session

Join our team Dermatology 2023 at this beautiful city of Barcelona, Spain and let’s make this professional gathering a Great success

Contact us: +44 7915 648218

Bella Winget

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Dermatology 2023

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Conference Date April 03-04, 2023

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