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Enaltus and the American Society of Aesthetic and Plastic Surgery have partnered together to create the only FDA cleared product for Scar Management

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BOCA RATON, FL, July 9, 2014 — With the popularity of aesthetic and cosmetic surgery growing rapidly, consumers are not aware of the dangers surrounding this field of medicine. Dr. Jack Fisher, President of the American Society for Aesthetic and Plastic Surgery (ASAPS), works with companies in the industry to provide consumers with up to date information on procedures, treatment options and physician credentials. Enaltus will air on July 12, 2014 on Bloomberg Worldwide (as paid programming). Check your local listings for airtimes.

Vice President of Programming for 21st Century Television JL Haber is pleased to have Enaltus, a company that has partnered with ASAPS and a leader in the health product industry. Haber states, “They provide advanced scar therapy products and we are excited to feature Enaltus on our show.”

Enaltus is a specialty skin care company focusing on scar treatment products. Their product, biocorneum plus, is a silicone based product that includes a spf 30 and creates an optimal environment for skin to heal.

Dr. Fisher believes that it is vital to educate potential patients about products on the market and this is why ASAPS partners with companies such as Enaltus.

The Smart Beauty Guide, created by ASAPS, provides educational materials to patients and background information of all registered surgeons that belong to the society. Only surgeons that have demonstrated experience in the field of cosmetic surgery are accepted into the program. With over 2200 board certified plastic surgeons, the program has been around for 45 years.

Dr. Robert Singer stated, “Many individuals in the plastic surgery industry aren’t really trained. Anyone with an MD can do these procedures.” This is where the board believes problems start because consumers are not aware of this distinction.

Zubin Meshginpoosh, Chief Operating Officer of Enaltus, said that the benefits of products that reduce scars are crucial and this is why Enaltus has created bioCorneum+.

The product is the only FDA cleared scar management product on the market. To learn more tune into Bloomberg Worldwide (as paid programming) on July 12, 2014. Check your local listings for airtimes. Also visit www.enaltus.com and www.surgery.org.


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