Enhance your skills in plastic surgery procedures with Med Ed Labs
What type of plastic surgery procedures do you offer training for?
We offer courses in facial reconstruction, eye surgery, nose surgery, and facial injections of dermal fillers and neuromodulators.
What are the benefits of this style of plastic surgery training?
Because new techniques are constantly being developed and introduced in plastic surgery, it can be difficult for busy doctors and surgeons to stay up to date. And where can you practice and train in these new methods?
That’s where we come in. Med Ed Labs provides the learning environment and supplies for medical professionals to develop their skills. At our dozens of facilities, doctors and surgeons can practice with new devices and technology on high-quality human cadaveric tissue.
This benefits your doctors and surgeons with plastic surgery training because we are able to create the closest training to a real-life setting by providing human cadavers. By practicing on cadavers, these professionals are far more comfortable employing new techniques and methods, which can literally save patients.
See What Our Clients Are Saying About Us:
“Med Ed has been very instrumental for us planning, preparing and closing our cadaver workshop despite of our incidental requests and plan changes. Med Ed definitely would be a great partner for cadaveric training supporting arms for us.” -James S.
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Where can plastic surgery training be held?
Med Ed Labs will tailor the training to your specific needs. These can be single station personal labs or multiple surgical stations accommodating hundreds of attendees.
We organize, set up, and execute these lab surgical training events at 65 facilities all across the United States, along with Puerto Rico. All you do is choose the destination you want to hold your training, and we take care of everything from there.
What do you provide on the day of the training?
When we outfit your training we’ll provide surgical training tables, surgical lighting, general surgical instruments, drills, saws, suction equipment, along with PPE such as gowns, eye shields, gloves, foot covers, and scrubs. Plus, every facility has conference rooms with extensive audio-visual capabilities.