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At IML we strive to provide our patients with the best quality
Medical and Cosmetic Surgery standards.
The effectiveness of our treatments is based on the on-going
scientific training of our professionals.
Multidisciplinary High Technology
Medical Centre.
Equipped with state-of-the-art technical equipment,
IML is the number one platform in Spain and one of the highest ranking in Europe.
The effectiveness of our treatments is based on
the continuous updating of technical resources.

IML attends the Echo-Aesthetics Course

Echo-aesthetics is based on the application of ultrasounds as a medical diagnostic technique to specialities such as dermo-cosmetics, medicine and cosmetic surgery.

Echo-aesthetics as a work methodology, presents various benefits to the medical practitioner:

  1. Objectively know the state of the body area to be treated under the body surface. At the same time, by inspecting or feeling the area to be treated we can know the clinical state under the skin thanks to the ultrasound image. This allows us to obtain more data that can condition the indicative diagnosis and, therefore, the therapeutic indication.
  2. Help to control the treatment and evaluate the results.
  3. It acts as a support to the medical professional when having to justify actions before third parties. Recording an ultrasound image in the patient’s case history can safeguard our responsibilities when faced with patient complaints.
  4. Provides quality in the diagnosis and the results. Improves the image of our clinic and of its medical professionals in the eyes of the patient.

Thus, the assistance of a aesthetic-echographer is valid for:

  • Establish a prognosis.
  • Decide on the type of treatment to apply.
  • Assess evolution.
  • Fine tune the number of sessions.
  • Reject treatments.


Inform Aesthetic Physicians, Dermatologists and Plastic Surgeons of the possibilities of an ultrasound-Doppler as a another tool that can help to resolve doubts in daily practice.

The echographer’s viewpoint can:

  • Support and finely tune the indication.
  • Establish a prognosis.
  • Decide on the devices to be used.
  • Assess evolution.
  • Fine tune the number of sessions.
  • Assess patients treated previously.
  • Patient and professional costs.
  • Deny treatments.
  • Provide a better image as far as professionalism in the diagnosis and the therapeutic indication are concerned.
  • Have tools available that will help us to defend the accurateness of the diagnosis made and the suitability of treatment in cases of possible conflicts with patients.

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