Programs for Students | Evolution MD, Plastic Surgery in Miami


We wish to participate in an active society in which we can through the practice of Medicine help to transform the lives of Physicians and Patients, through critical thinking, technological advances and research.

T The candidate for the specialty must be a graduate doctor, who demonstrates a high level of interest in aesthetic medicine, the commitment and discipline necessary to develop the program and to abide by the principles and standards defined by the participating institutions and have knowledge and basic medical skills in general that allow you to successfully develop the specialty.


The objective is to train a professional with a high scientific level, who sees Cosmetic surgery as a tool to contribute to the development of society through its good performance and the exercise of good practices through ethics and aesthetics.


The student will be able to know in depth the following procedures:

Breast enhancement: increase, elevation, reduction
Facial contour: rhinoplasty, Chin or cheek improvemen
Facial rejuvenation: face lift, eyelid lift, neck stretch, eyebrow lift
Body contouring: tummy tuck, liposuction, gynecomastia treatment
Skin rejuvenation: laser rejuvenation, Botox, filler treatments

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Aesthetic chest

Analysis and examination techniques
  • Congenital disorders of the breasts
  • Gynecomastia
  • Breast ptosis
  • Breast hypoplasia
  • Review of mammary aesthetic surgery
Mammary hypertrophy
  • Indications and contraindications of surgical techniques for reduction mammoplasty.
  • Surgical therapy.
    • a. Liposuction
    • b. Nipple Pedicle
      • Central
      • Higher
      • Superior medial
      • Lower
      • Bipedicular
      • Free nipple graft
    • c. Vertical skin technique.
    • d. Prudent removal of the skin.
  • Complications and their management.
Breast hypoplasia
  • Indications and contraindications of surgery techniques
    • Breast augmentation techniques
      • a. Types of Implant
        • - Salines
        • - Silicone
      • b. Surgical incision
        • - IMF
        • - Periareolar
        • - Transaxilar
      • c. Breast plane
        • - Subpectoral
        • - Subglandular
    • Complications and their management
    • Prevention and management of capsular contractions
    • Breast augmentation review
    • Long-term problems and their evaluation with non-invasive methods
Breast ptosis
  • Indications and contraindications
  • Surgical procedures for correction:
    • a. Mastopexy
    • b. Increasing Mastopexy
  • Complications and their management
Male gynecomastia
  • Indications and contraindications
  • Surgical procedures for correction:
    • a. Liposuction
    • b. Excision techniques
  • Complications and their management
Congenital breast deformities
  • Inverted nipple
  • Tubular chest and constricted breast
  • Breast asymmetry

Cosmetic surgery techniques

  • Includes understanding of the basic uses of the standard, ultrasonic modalities of assisted and alternative liposuction.
  • Liposuction techniques that include moisturizing solutions
  • Appreciation of the physiological effect of tumescent fluid, its pharmacological composition and symptoms, effect of lidocaine toxicity.
  • Techniques and instrumentation
    • a. Assisted by suction
    • b. Assisted by energy
    • c. Ultrasonic assistance
    • d. Other
  • Clinical application
  • Complications and management
  • Analysis
  • Surgical techniques
  • Mini-tummy tuck
  • Endoscopic plication
  • Lipoabdominoplasty
  • Abdominoplasty
  • Extended and circumferential technique
Body contouring and massive weight loss techniques
  • Analysis
  • Techniques of bariatric surgery
  • Preoperative management
  • Operational techniques
    • a. Brachioplasty
    • b. Upper trunk contour
    • c. Procedures for lifting the lower body
    • d. Body contouring and massive weight loss techniques
Combined surgery
  • Perioperative planning

Cosmetic medicine

  • Demonstration of regional facial nerve blocks associated with non-surgical facial rejuvenation.
  • Botox.
  • Soft tissue fillers that include collagen-based hyaluronic acid and permanent fillings.
  • Non-surgical rejuvenation such as chemical peels.
  • Laser treatment of the skin for rejuvenation.
    • - Biophysics
    • - Instrumentation - varieties of lasers for rejuvenation
    • - Clinical applications
    • - Techniques of use
    • - Aftercare
  • Complications and management.
  • Skin care, including preoperative preparation for laser rejuvenation and chemical peeling.

The practice of cosmetic surgery

  • Outpatient clinic / clinic management
  • ICD-9 coding
  • CPT coding
  • Medical photography
  • Operative installation for outpatients
    • - Equipment
    • - Laboratory evaluation
    • - Patient records
    • - Monitoring of patients during surgery
    • - AAAAPSF Standards

Medical-legal and psychological aspects of cosmetic surgery

  • Principles of informed consent
  • Risk management
  • The medical record
  • Psychological aspects of cosmetic surgery
  • Patient evaluation for cosmetic surgery
  • The psychology of deformity
  • Management of the dissatisfied patient
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Course Info:

Course duration: 12 Months
Maximum quota per course: 10 applicants.
Course frequency: 2 times a month.
Value: $ 1,400.oo US dollars per month

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