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Why Become Board Certified?


IEBDAMS board certification demonstrates to your patients, employers, and peers that you have made a commitment to:

  • High professional standards, lifelong learning, and assessment

  • Ongoing proficiency in competencies required of a physician or specialist

  • Critically evaluating your practice

  • Acquiring new skills

  • Adapting your practice to changing patient health needs

As a physician or specialist who is board certified, you show:

To Patients and Families — that you care enough to be tested against rigorous standards and continue to learn and improve your practice.

  • 98% of patients expect their doctors to stay up to date with the latest medical advances

  • Patients often seek information about their doctor’s

To Employers — that you are valuable in supporting an environment of professionalism.

  • Many organizations require board certification as a condition of employment

  • Commitment to board certification contributes to staff retention and increased patient safety

To Colleagues — that you are a role model for:

  • Professional development

  • Lifelong learning

  • Dedication to excellence in patient care

How Do I Get Board Certified?

How does the board certification process work? Most physicians and specialists follow this step-by-step approach. Contact the IEBDAMS for the specialty you are interested in to learn more about certification requirements.


Finish premedical education and earn a medical degree from a qualified medical college or university. 


After completing medical school, you must pass the Local Medical Licensing Examination of your country, State to receive a license to practice medicine.

Enrolfor Aesthetic Medicine or Cosmetic Surgery course

Enroll for Aesthetic Medicine or Cosmetic Surgery course if was not selected as a speciality in your medical college. 


The exam is generally computer-based. A separate oral examination may be required.
Students Attending IEBDAMS Masterclass or Accredited Academy do not require to attend certification Examination


Once you successfully pass the examinations, you are certified in your specialty. This is the first step in setting yourself apart as a board certified specialist.


Becoming board certified is just the beginning. After demonstrating that you meet the competency standard, you commit to keeping your medical knowledge current, your skills sharp, and your quality improving. The IEBDAMS continuing certification programs provide a framework and tools to do so.
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