We believe knowledge is power.
The power to move aesthetic medicine rapidly forward. To help providers and practices fulfill their potential faster.
The Candela Institute for Excellence (CIE) exists to accelerate knowledge in aesthetic medicine. Our mission is to inform, inspire, and empower innovations that lift the industry and the practices we serve.
The Candela Clinical Education team can help you optimize technology and implement best practices to ensure patient satisfaction and empower your success. Ask your Candela account manager about:
One-day Institute visits
To the CIE flagship clinic in Marlborough, MA. During your visit, you can learn the science behind Candela products, take part in hands-on demonstrations led by CIE faculty or clinical trainers, and more.
That offer the chance to train and interact with some of the finest practitioners in aesthetic medicine.
Where you can gain expertise in specific techniques through one-on-one sessions with a Candela Clinical Educator and dialogue with an instructor peer leader.
Opportunities, including live video conferencing with Candela Clinical Education team members.
The CIE Innovation Center
In Marlborough is Candela’s state-of-the-art research and development facility. There, CIE scientists and physicians partner with some of the most brilliant practitioners in aesthetic medicine to develop new technologies, therapies, and best practices.
27 Candela Centers of Excellence
Have been established worldwide to promulgate advances in aesthetic medicine. Using Candela technology, an elite group of practices teach safe, effective, leading-edge aesthetic techniques to practitioners from around the globe.
Advanced clinical training workshops
Are available by invitation. These monthly events share valuable insights on products, techniques, indications, patient selection, and clinical outcomes.
Offer hands-on introductions to advanced Candela devices. Sessions are led by clinical trainers and include the opportunity to increase your skills by using the feature product yourself.
Are peer-to-peer discussions about cases, best practices, and current treatment issues. Interactive, small group settings facilitate collaboration as you and your colleagues seek solutions to shared challenges.