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“There is a need for discussion on ethics with our colleagues and the scientific community to help us reach a consensus about our practices.
It is important to establish common rules, draw up a code of ethics and create recommendations.
Ethics is about respect, humanity and care. ‘Primum non nocere’ is the fundamental principle of medical practice.”
“In recent years, the widespread popularity of aesthetic medicine treatments, the influence of social media and the emergence of new transgressive trends, have made us face new ethical challenges.
Now it’s time for the role of beauty to move towards a more mature and holistic approach.”
“I firmly believe that it’s essential for companies, doctors and patients to unite under a shared vision, which is to work in complete compliance with ethical principles.”
“I think it’s important to establish some clear rules and guidelines to instil ethical values in our work and profession.
We must remember that aesthetic medicine is not just a business, but a means to help our patients fully realise their physical and emotional potential.
Ethics must be a cornerstone of our work. Ethics means respecting the standards of beauty and harmony, and, most importantly, putting patient care first.”
“Together with a team of doctors and the support of IBSA, we are conducting research on the ethical use of aesthetic medicine to prioritise our patients’ well-being.
It is important to remain open in a changing society without restricting people’s freedom of expression. However, we must set boundaries to protect our patients’ image.”