Educational Workshops

The Academy’s educational offerings put patient safety into practice. Our workshops are taught by a diverse roster of experts who are renowned for their groundbreaking techniques and technologies.

Participants travel from all over the globe for access to the best training and the brightest minds in cosmetic surgery. They ask questions, enhance their skills and build relationships. Most importantly - they carry the momentum forward to their practice to deliver the safest and most effective outcomes.

AACS workshops are also eligible for CME credit. For more information on CME credit and event policies, CLICK HERE

Innovations in Aesthetic Breast Surgery: This live surgery demonstration will expose you to the latest breast augmentation approaches and implants (including the newly approved “form-stable” implant). It will also address revision surgery and complications. September 21-22, 2013, Tulsa, Oklahoma. MORE INFORMATION

2013 World Congress on Advanced Liposculpture and Body Contouring: A once-in-a-three-year event, the World Congress will bring advanced liposuction techniques to a world stage – just a few blocks from the bright lights and buzz of New York City’s Times Square. With a stellar cast of keynote speakers and experienced faculty, the World Congress is truly the most compelling event in liposuction. October 2-5, 2013, New York, New York. MORE INFORMATION

2014 AACS Annual Scientific Meeting: Come celebrate the 30th Anniversary of an event that has become the most influential meeting in cosmetic surgery. Through pre-conference workshops and stimulating procedural and practice management presentations, the AACS Annual Scientific Meeting provides insights that will impact your entire practice. January 14-19, Fort Lauderdale, Florida. MORE INFORMATION

QUESTIONS? Contact LaTanya Morris at or 312.981.6760 (extension 6775).

"I first became interested in cosmetic surgery when I attended a rhinoplasty presentation by Dr. Richard Webster in New York City. I became an AACS Fellow after realizing that I wanted to learn about this new specialty. As cosmetic surgery has become more popular, it has also become more advanced in depth and scope. Thanks to the AACS, cosmetic surgery is recognized by the AMA as a self-designated specialty. AACS delegates contribute to major AMA policy forums – they drive decisions of national importance. AACS meetings and workshops an opportunity for fellowship with others of similar interests as well as continuing medical education (CME). There are also opportunities for publications, presentations and training. The AACS is the best partner in education and training a cosmetic surgeon can have. My membership has made a difference in my practice. The AACS will make a difference in yours, too."

Robert Burke, MD, FACS • Michigan Center for Cosmetic Surgery • Ann Arbor, MI