PRIME International Journal invitesDr. Patrick Treacy to join editorial board
PRIME is the leading scientific journal within this market through quality peer-reviewed editorial, the most engaged and qualified circulation, and leading publication design. PRIME works in partnership with the leading physicians, suppliers and societies to offer timely and valuable content to help educate and inform the aesthetic market.
Dr. Patrick Treacy already sits on the Editorial Board of these publications :
Editorial Board PRIME International Journal of Aesthetic and Anti-Ageing Medicine Editorial Board 'The Aestheticians Journal', Journal on Aesthetic Practices & Cosmetic Dermatology Editorial Board The European Journal of Aesthetic Medicine and Dermatology (EJAMeD)
Unique honour for ‘amazing’ Millie and Gavin
TWO Limerick children who Michael Jackson was desperate to meet after they suffered devastating injuries arising from a petrol bomb attack have been honoured in a unique ceremony and given “a special place in his heart” at a special ceremony in the Ailesbury Clinic Dublin at the end of May. Millie and Gavin Murray, the victims of a horrific petrol bomb attack in Moyross in 2006, have received the final dot in a special tribute portrait by the Los Angeles-based artist David Ilan in Dublin.
Award Ceremony atAilesburyClinic, Dublin by The MichaelJackson TributePortrait to Everland Project. In the portrait -- each dot.
The artist, who paints celebrities for a living, travelled to Ailesbury Clinic in Dublin at the end of May to finish the portrait, which began four years ago and has seen millions of fans worldwide participate in the project. Some of the world’s most famous stars have placed a dot in the portrait of the late singer, including Diana Ross, Maya Angelou and Michael’s brother Jermaine
Ailesbury Doctor invited to opening of Haitian School
Dr Patrick Treacy, has been invited to the March opening of the Miracle Restoration School in Mirabilis, Haiti as Irish Representative of the Haiti Leadership Foundation. The school is under the guidance of Bishop Pierre and Gladys Dorcilien who Patrick Treacy stayed with during the post earthquake period of 2011. The Haitian government estimates more than 220,000 people were killed andmore than 300,000 injured by the quake. More than two million people were displaced from their homes. The United Nations reports six months after the disaster struck, about 1.5 million remain homeless and continue to live in overcrowded squalid camps. Dr. Treacy said 'In reality, education alone provides families and their children with a pathway out of the cycle of poverty. Investing in it is also smart as it promotes understanding, tolerance and friendship among the differing racial and religious groups who will eventually inhabit and politicize the island. I suppose food and clean water feed the body but education will always be on a much higher level as it feeds the soul'.
The 2010Haitiearthquake was a catastrophic 7.0 Mw earthquake, with an epicenter about 16 miles west of Port-au-Prince
Ailesbury Hair Implants goes global to eight countries
The AilesburyHair Group is considered internationally to be one of the leading medical groups for Mechanised FUE Hair Restoration due to the number of years we have spent carrying out the technique, the outstanding results and the level of expertise of our doctors carrying out the procedures. The AilesburyHair Group is in Dublin, London, Istanbul, Saudi Arabia, Moscow, Dubai and Mumbai with headquarters at the AilesburyClinic in Dublin
Dr. Treacy FRSM elected to aesthetic committee at the Royal Society of Medicine in LONDON
Dr Patrick Treacyis invited as tojoin the committee planning the 2014 Royal Society of Medicine's Interventional Cosmetics Group's 6th Annual Multidisciplinary International Meeting. He is joined by Professor John Betteridge, Prof of Endocrinology and Metabolism at University College London Medical School and Consultant Physician, University College Hospitals and the Queen's Dermatologist, Dr Christopher Rowland Payne. Dr. Patrick Treacy was keynote speaker on the topic 'Botox - Myths & Facts' at the Interventional Cosmetics - new treatments and managing complications at the Royal Society of Medicine Wimpole Street London on Monday 25 February 2013.
Ailesbury Hair Implants opens in JEDDAH Saudi Arabia
TheAilesbury Hair Group has just signed a deal to open more clinics in the Middle East. AHI is considered internationally to be one of the leading medical groups for Mechanised FUE Hair Restoration due to the number of years we have spent carrying out the technique, the outstanding results and the level of expertise of our doctors carrying out the procedures. The AilesburyHair Group is in Dublin, London, Istanbul, Saudi Arabia, Moscow, Dubai and Mumbai with headquarters at theAilesburyClinic in Dublin
Ailesbury Doctor invited on lecture tour of South America
Dr. Patrick Treacy fromAilesburyClinic, Dublin has been invited on a lecture tour of Ecuador, Venezuela and Columbia. He was recently invited as key-note speaker at the World Congress of the American Academy of Aesthetics, Anti-Ageing in Mexico City to speak about his award winning facial rejuvenation technique - The DUBLiN Lift. The name of the novel rejuvenation technique is is an acronym of the procedures involved: Dermaroller, UltraPulse laser, Blood growth factors, Light (near-red 633 nm), and Neurotoxin. He is also invited to lecture in April 2013 at the 11th Anti-Ageing World Congress in Monte-Carlo to be held under the High Patronage of HSH The prince Albert 11 of Monaco.
Dr. Patrick Treacy recently gave an interview on Sunshine Radio about the increasing evidence for the use of Botox as a novel therapy for depression. According to new research, the cosmetic application of Botox seems to lower symptoms of depression in some patients, possibly because it inhibits frowning. Previous research has demonstrated that physically expressing an emotion first can trigger subsequent feelings and that people who laugh or smile regularly can improve their mood. In this radio interview Dr. Patrick Treacy, founder of theAilesburyClinic Dublin looks at the scientific evidence behind the claim.
According to new research, the cosmetic application ofBotoxseems to lower symptoms ofdepressionin some patients
Dr. Treacy FRSM speaks to the Royal Society of Medicine
Dr. Patrick Treacy was invited as keynote speaker on the topic 'Botox - Myths & Facts' at the Interventional Cosmetics - new treatments and managing complications at the Royal Society of Medicine Wimpole Street London on Monday 25 February 2013. The symposium aimed to provide an update on the latest trends and techniques in cosmetics with respect to the face.
Interventional cosmetics is the most rapidly growing branch of medicine and surgery today, and has fired the public's imagination. Improvements in treatment methods and treatment devices are continually extending the ability of doctors and dentists to provide aesthetic enhancement, not only for patients with illness but also for healthy people, whether old or young.
Benefits of Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) injections in Cosmetics
PRP is a recent technology that uses ingredients from your own blood to regenerate your skin and to rejuvenate collagen, resulting in vibrant, fresh younger looking skin. These ingredients reside within the fraction of your blood named "Platelet Rich Plasma" (PRP). PRP is enriched with platelets, stem cells and growth factors. Once injected into your skin, these substances will accelerate the normal healing process via new collagen formation at the injected area. Because your plasma (autologous) is used, there is no danger of disease transmission, anaphylaxis or neoplasia.