ESPRAS 2018 will be an experience of multi-cultural and multi-national programs that will develop in the inspiring
environment of Cyprus. World leading speakers will expand on the latest developments of Plastic Reconstructive and
Participants will have the opportunity to present their work, exchange views, network and share experiences.
On behalf of the organizing committee we look forward to welcoming experts on beauty, to the island of beauty.
The 1st European Refresher Course in Aesthetic Surgery (EuRCAS) will take place on the 23rd October 2018. Do not miss this opportunity to hear from our distinguished faculty the basics in Aesthetic Surgery. Learn from their tips and tricks and refresh your knowledge. Limited space available. Registration for the main congress is a prerequisite. (Endorsed by the European Society of Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery)
Faculty: Giovanni Botti, Eyal Gur, Volney Pitombo, Pericles Foroglou, Akin Yuçel, Beatriz Berengeur, Cenk Demirdover, Ricardo Cavalcanti Ribeiro, Guilherme Miranda, Norbert Pallua
The programme covers the mainstream syllabus of aesthetic surgery.
Designed and taught by the staff of the Barts and The London Medical School (Queen Mary University of London), this hands-on course will teach the basic skills in Microsurgery. Very limited space available.
Click here to view the course brochure.
For enquiries please click here to contact the course co-ordinator.
The conference venue is the unique indoor halls of the Lanitis Carob Mill, located in the heart of old Limassol,
next to the Carob Mill museum, between the Medieval Castle and the New Limassol Marina.
Lemesos (Limassol) is the second largest city in Cyprus after the capital Nicosia. It is located on Akrotiri Bay
between the ancient towns of Amathus and Kourion. Limassol is a home to around 179,900 people.
The Island of Beauty
Cyprus is known as the 'Jewel of the Mediterranean' and legendary birthplace of Aphrodite, the ancient goddess
of love and beauty. Steeped in legend, myth, beauty and romance, Cyprus enjoys more than 330 days of sunshine
a year, combined with a fascinating history and culture.