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  • 1. CONTENTSWELCOME MESSAGE 3FACULTY 4CHAIRMEN 5ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 6SCIENTIFIC INFORMATION 7GENERAL INFORMATION 8SOCIAL EVENTS 10KOS 12PROGRAM OVERVIEW 13FINAL SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM 19E-POSTERS 42INDEX 41NOTEΤhe abstracts’ titles, authors’ names and Institutions have been inserted on the Final Program exactly the sameway the have been delivered by the authors of the abstracts themselves. Kos, 01 - 03 September 2011 1
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  • 3. MESSAGE FROM THE CHAIRMENDear Colleagues,On behalf of the Board of the Hellenic Society of Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery(HESPRAS) and the Board of the Hellenic Association for the Treatment of Maxillofacial Cancer(HATMC), it is an honor and a pleasure for us to welcome you to the 2nd International Meetingon Aesthetic and Reconstructive Facial Surgery (IMAFR) that takes place again in Greece, inthe birthplace of Hippocrates, the island of Kos on September 1-3, 2011.On May 2009 the 1st meeting was held in the island of Mykonos and more than 400 colleaguesaround the world had the opportunity to enjoy a very active scientific event and a joyful socialprogram.We chose another famous Greek island, the island of Kos, in the Dodecanese archipelagos,equally beautiful, with many attractions, the biggest of which is being the land were Hippocrates,the father of Medicine, instituted 25 centuries ago the first hospital and medical school in theworld.The lessons we learned from the organization of the 1st meeting will certainly help us to providean even better academic program that will cover all aspects of aesthetic and reconstructive facialsurgery from Fillers and Botulin Toxin A to the most sophisticated approaches for facialrejuvenation, rhinoplasty, facial implants, fat transfer, endoscopy as well as microsurgery,aesthetic facial reconstruction, head and neck cancer and facial allotransplantation. Adistinguished faculty from around the world will cover the full scope of facial surgery.The intention of the 2nd meeting is again be threefold. Educational, scientific and recreational.Educational for the young and the older, scientific for the inventing and inquiring minded andrecreational, for all of us.We are confident that we prepared a memorable scientific event for the years to come. One thatwill broaden our scientific horizons and strengthen our cultural ties through the social programin a way that the everlasting Hippocratic values that have dominated our noble profession formore than 2500 years will remain alive and unchanged from the passing of time, enlighteningour path in life, family and society.With our warmest regards,Apostolos D. Mandrekas, MD, PhD Alexander D. Rapidis, MD, DDS, PhD Kos, 01 - 03 September 2011 3
  • 4. FACULTY• Honorary President: Marita Eisenmann-Klein, Germany• Congress Chairmen: Apostolos D. Mandrekas, Greece Alexander D. Rapidis, Greece Daniel C. Baker USA Dario Bertossi Italy Giovanni Botti Italy Sean Boutros USA Jay Calvert USA Mimis Cohen USA Sydney Coleman USA Peter Cordeiro USA Gregory Evans USA Wolfgang Gubisch Germany Andrew J. Kaufman USA William J. Little USA Peter Neligan USA Milomir Ninkovic Germany Pier Francesco Nocini Italy Norbert Pallua Germany Nelson Piccolo Brazil Gerald H. Pitman USA Jan G. Poëll Switzerland Julian Pribaz USA Oscar Ramirez USA Camilo J. Roldán Germany Pierre Saadeh USA Julia Terzis USA Spero Theodorou USA Patrick Tonnard Belgium Carlos Oscar Uebel Brazil Kurt G. Vinzenz Austria 4 Kos, 01 - 03 September 2011
  • 5. CHAIRMENAnastasopoulos Anastasios Mandalos PanagiotisAntonopoulos Dimitris Mandrekas ApostolosAravanis George Manos ConstantinosAthanasiou Athanasios Mastorakos DimitrisBoukouvalas Zissis Moutoglis GeorgeChristoforidis Bakis Mpellonias EvangelosChristopoulos Athanasios Mpitzos JohnDamilakos Petros Panagiotou PeterDaskalakis Emmanouil Pantelidis EmanouilDemiri Depy Papadopoulos StefanosDialynakis Constantine Papadopulos NickDionyssopoulos Alexander Papatheodorakis PhilipFiolitakis George Petrakopoulou TheodoraForoglou Perikles Rapidis Alexander D.Foustanos Andreas Rodopoulou VillyFragoulis Marios Spyropoulou AlexandraGamatsi Eirini Stathakis StefanosGeorgiou Panagis Stavrianos SpyrosHapsas Dimitris Stavropoulou VassilikiHatzipoulidis Dimitrios Tarambe MichaelKeramidas Evangelos Tsakiris AristidisKokkalis George Tsakoniatis NicholaosKomninakis Efstratios Tsiliboti DimitraKompilakos Peter Tsoutsos DimosthenisKontoes Paraskevas Tzimas FiliposKotrotsiou Maria Vassilikos GeorgeKotsampasakis Stelios Vlastou EkateriniKretsis Basil Zambacos GeorgeLambrinaki Nektaria Zarkadas GeorgeLoupatatzi Anastasia Kos, 01 - 03 September 2011 5
  • 6. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTSThe Organizing Committee of the 2nd IMAFR Meeting Acknowledge the followingSponsors for their kind contribution GOLD SPONSORS SILVER SPONSOR SPONSORS 6 Kos, 01 - 03 September 2011
  • 7. SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM INFORMATIONCONGRESS TOPICS• Aesthetics • Microsurgery• Facial Rejuvenation • Facial Trauma• Rhinoplasty • Head and Neck Cancer• Implants • Craniofacial Deformities• EndoscopySCIENTIFIC PROGRAM INFORMATIONThe Scientific Program of the Congress includes Panel Discussions, Symposia, KeyNote Lectures, Oral Presentations, Grand Debates, Masterclasses and E-Posterspresentations.CME ACCREDITATION POINTSThe 2nd IMAFR Meeting has been granted 18 European CME Credits (ECMEC) by theEuropean Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME). Pointsawarded by the EACCME are recognized by the American Medical Association (AMA).E-POSTER PRESENTATIONSIn a special tailored area screens will be available, during the whole duration of theCongress, where each participant could see all posters or any of the poster of hisinterest with a handy search.At least one of the authors has to be registered in order to present e-poster.MASTERCLASSES (Participation is free of charge)Masterclass #1 Masterclass #5Daniel C. Baker Giovanni BottiSculpting the Fat Face & Neck OtoplastyMasterclass # 2 Masterclass # 6Wolfgang Gubisch William J. LittleBulky tip – How to correct it and how to Sculptural Rejuvenation of theovercome the complications Face and Neck: the XJ LiftMasterclass # 3Daniel C. Baker Masterclass #7Short Scar Rhytidectomy: Patrick TonnardIndications, Limitations, Mistakes, Revision Multimodal facial rejuvenationMasterclass # 4Sydney ColemanFacial LipoStructure Kos, 01 - 03 September 2011 7
  • 8. GENERAL INFORMATIONVENUEThe 2nd IMAFR Meeting takes place at IBEROSTAR KIPRIOTIS PANORAMA HOTEL &SUITES. Reflecting the crystal clear Aegean waters, 200m from the beach, IberostarKipriotis Panorama Hotel & Suites is conveniently located in the area of Psalidi, on theeast coast of the island of Kos, only 3km from Kos town and 25 kilometres from theairport. Amphitheatrically built, its shiny glass façade strikes out from the natural scenicbeauty that surrounds it, enabling the visitor to stare the undreamt view to the immensesky-blue Aegean Sea.SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMIt is strictly forbidden to use camera or video camera during the presentations of theScientific Program.LANGUAGEEnglish will be the official language of the Congress.AUDIOVISUAL EQUIPMENTAudiovisual equipment of the latest technology will be used in all Meeting Halls.EXHIBITIONDuring the Congress an exhibition of scientific products, equipment and pharmaceuticalmedicines will take place.SPEAKERS’ PREVIEW ROOMSpeakers’ Pre View Room will be located close to the secretariat. All powerpoint filesmust be delivered to the Speakers’ Pre View Room at least one hour before the sessionstarts.Data files must be on CD-Rom and can not be delivered in the session rooms in orderto avoid delay and projection problems. Opening hours of the Speakers’ Pre ViewRoom, the same as Secretariat’s.NAME BADGESYou may receive your personal name badge at the Congress Secretariat. For securitypurposes, delegates, accompanying persons and exhibitors must wear their namebadges throughout the congress and to all cultural events. There will be different colorsin the lower of the badge indicating special categories.CERTIFICATES OF ATTENDANCECertificates of Attendance with CME Credit Points will be issued by the CongressSecretariat at the end of the congress.INSURANCERegistration fees do not include insurance of participants against cancellation, accidents,theft or property loss. Participants should arrange for their own insurance. 8 Kos, 01 - 03 September 2011
  • 9. CONGRESS SECRETARIATThe official Congress Secretariat is Zita Congress. The Congress Secretariat will belocated at a central point of Meeting Halls foyer and will operate during the wholeduration of the congress according to the time schedule of the Scientific Program.REGISTRATION From August 9th 2011 Specialty Until August 8th 2011 and during the congressPhysicians/Surgeons 4 550 4 650Residents 4 350 4 450Nurses 4 200 4 250Students * 4 80 4 80* proof requiredPHYSICIANS/SURGEONSThe registration fee includes: participation in the scientific program, congress material,light lunch for 3 days, coffee during breaks, participation in the Presidents Reception.StudentsThe registration fee includes: participation in the scientific program, congress material,coffee during breaks.Accompanying Persons 2 100The registration fee includes: Participation in the Presidents Reception.Beach Party 2 60 per personIncludes• Transfers from hotel to the beach and vice versa• Standing Buffet• Drinks (wine, soft drinks, beers)• MusicCombined Registration Fees From August 9th 2011 for participants Until August 8th 2011 and during the congress9th HESPRAS & 2nd IMAFRPhysicians/Surgeons 4 650 4 750Residents 4 450 4 550Nurses 4 250 4 250Students * 4 80 4 80* proof required Kos, 01 - 03 September 2011 9
  • 10. SOCIAL EVENTS31/08 VISIT & SIGHTSEEING TO ASKLEPEION & REPRESENTATION OF THE HIPPOCRATES OATH The visit and sightseeing to the ASKLEPEION will take place on Wednesday 31st August at 17.30 and it will be followed by Representation of the Hippocrates Oath. The ASKLEPEION is the most significant monument in Kos and its construction started at 4th century b.C. It is situated in a distance of 4 km of the city of Kos and it is considered to be the most important hospital in Ancient Times. From the ASKLEPEIOSTemple only the foundations and some columns survived.After the guidance in the SKLEPEION theHippocrates Oath Representation, a unique lifeexperience, will take place. Boys and girls, wearingancient Greek dresses and wreaths of Daphneswill drift you in a mystic ceremony and you willhave the chance to pronounce the HippocratesOath.The transfers to and from the ASKLEPEION willtake place by coaches from the Congress Hotel(The transfers to and from SPITAKI Restaurant willtake place by coaches (Departure of coaches at 17.00 from the Congress Hotel).01/09 PRESIDENTS RECEPTION The Presidents’ Reception will take place on Thursday 1st September 2011 at 20.30 in RED LOFT BAR in IBEROSTAR PANORAMA HOTEL. The new “Red Loft Bar” is a very modern and trendy bar decorated in the shades of red and grey. Located on the 7th floor of the hotel it has an indoor area and a fantastic outdoordeck with comfortable couches that offers the most amazing view in town and AegeanSea.Enjoy the magnificent view and the cocktail buffet accompanied by atmospheric livemusic and singing.Dress Code: CocktailStanding10 Kos, 01 - 03 September 2011
  • 11. 02/09 FACULTY DINNER The Faculty Dinner will take place on Friday 2nd September 2011 at 20.00 at SPITAKI Restaurant, specializing in Mediterranean cuisine and Greek dishes that will take you to the world of gastronomy. Located near to the hotel, the restaurant is next to the marina of Kos. Here you will enjoy your mealby the sea and you can savor a variety of selecteddishes. The dinner will be accompanied byatmospheric live music and singing. (Thetransfers to and from SPITAKI Restaurant willtake place by coaches (Departure of coaches at19.45 from the Congress Hotel).Dress Code: Smart CasualSeated03/09 BEACH PARTY The Beach Party will take place on the sandy beach of AGIOS FOKAS on Saturday 4th September 2011 at 20.00. The beach of AGIOS FOKAS very closed to the hotel and just 6 kms from the City of Kos. It is one of the most famous beaches on the island due to crystal, clear blue waters and golden sand.The beach party will be accompanied by standing buffet and music.Dress Code: CasualStandingCost 60 2 per personIncludes • Standing Buffet• Transfers from hotel to the beach • Drinks (wine, soft drinks, beers) and vice versa • Music Kos, 01 - 03 September 2011 11
  • 12. KOS Kos or Cos is a Greek island in the south Sporades group of the Dodecanese, next to the Gulf of Gökova. It measures 40 kilometres by 8 kilometres, and is 4 kilometres from the coast of Bodrum, Turkey and the ancient region of Caria. The island has both fertile plains and mountainous highlands with a population of 30,947. It comprises three municipalities: Kos, the administrative center and largest town (pop. 17,890), Dikaio, and Irakleides.The main port and population centre on theisland, also called Kos, is also the tourist andcultural centre, comprised mainly ofwhitewashed buildings. There are still tracks ofthe ancient city and its castle around the port,which was built in 1450-1478 by St. John’sknights who conquered the island. Excavationsin the old city brought to light findings from the“agora” which dates back to Classic Age as wellas the conservatory, the high school and theRoman bath. The picture of the modern city of Kos is presented and painted nowadays with modern buildings, big hotel complexes and avenues full of palm trees is impressive. The ancient physician Hippocrates is thought to have been born on Kos, and in the center of the town is the Plane Tree of Hippocrates, a dream temple where the physician is traditionally supposed to have taught. The limbs ofthe now elderly tree are supported by scaffolding. The small city is also home to theInternational Hippocratic Institute and the Hippocratic Museum dedicated to him. Nearthe Institute are the ruins of Asklepieion, where Herodicus taught Hippocratesmedicine. Kardamena is a popular resort for young British holidaymakers and has alarge number of bars and nightclubs.12 Kos, 01 - 03 September 2011
  • 13. PROGRAM OVERVIEW2nd International Meeting on Aesthetic and Reconstructive Facial Surgery Facial Surgery: Binding Aesthetics with Reconstruction Thursday 1 September - Saturday 3 September 2011 Wednesday 31 August 2011 14:00 - 17:00 Pre-registration 17:30 Visit to Kos Asclepion - Hippocratic Oath Thursday 1 September 2011 Morning Session 08:00 Registration Welcome from the Chairmen 08:30 - 09:00 Presidential Address Marita Eisenmann-Klein Psychosocial aspects of physical attractiveness Hall A Hall B Hall C Masterclass #1 Masterclass # 2 Daniel C. Baker Wolfgang Gubisch Sculpting the Fat Face Bulky tip – How to correct it 09:00 - 09:30 & Neck and how to overcome the Chairman complications George Zambacos Chairman Nick Papadopulos Panel Discussion #1 Symposium #1 Oral presentations #1 Rhinoplasty Reconstruction of the mandible Facial rejuvenation Chairmen Chairmen Chairmen George Aravanis Spyros Stavrianos Andreas Foustanos Emanouil Pantelidis Filippos Tzimas Petros Damilakos Moderator Moderator Apostolos D. Mandrekas Peter G. Cordeiro Wolfgang Gubisch Pierre Saadeh Our concept Preoperative virtual surgical in primary rhinoplasty planning for free fibula 09:30 - 11:00 Oscar M. Ramirez mandibular reconstruction Rhinoplasty: Treatment of the Pier Francesco Nocini twisted nose The Italian experience with Sean Boutros mandibular reconstruction Secondary rhinoplasty Gregory R.D. Evans Jay Calvert The American experience with Lengthening the short nose mandibular reconstruction Kurt Vinzenz Prefabricated composite grafts for orofacial reconstruction in facial defects and Noma-disease 11:00 - 11:30 Coffee Break Keynote Address #1 Julian Joseph Pribaz 11:30 - 12:00 Facial allotransplantation Introducer: Apostolos D. Mandrekas Kos, 01 - 03 September 2011 13
  • 14. Thursday 1 September 2011 Morning Session Hall A Hall B Hall C Panel Discussion #2 Symposium #2 Oral presentations #2 Eyelids Free flaps for head & neck Reconstruction Chairmen reconstruction Chairmen Paraskevas Kontoes Chairmen Dimitris Antonopoulos Athanasios Athanasiou Peter Panagiotou Dimitra Tsilimpoti Moderator George Fiolitakis Gregory R.D. Evans Moderator Alexander D. Rapidis Jan G. Poëll Blepharoplasty: personal Peter Neligan approach Free flaps for soft tissue 12:00 - 13:30 Giovanni Botti reconstruction: an update Static and dynamic canthopexies Peter G. Cordeiro Sydney Coleman Free flaps for reconstruction Tear trough: fat reconstruction of the facial skeleton Julian Joseph Pribaz Flap Prefabrication & Prelamination – an Update Milomir Nincovic Achieving function and aesthetic through reconstructive microsurgery 13:30 - 14:30 Lunch Thursday 1 September 2011 Afternoon Session Hall A Hall B Hall C Panel Discussion #3 Oral presentations #3 Oral presentations #4 Soft tissues Reconstruction Toxin - A - HA Chairmen Chairmen Chairmen Dimosthenis Tsoutsos Evangelos Mpellonias Evangelos Keramidas Stefanos Papadopoulos Emmanouil Daskalakis Villy Rodopoulou Moderator Mimis Cohen Norbert Pallua 14:30 - 16:00 “Supraclavicular Island Flap” Nelson Sarto Piccolo Aesthetical Aspects of Severe Burns Sequelae Reconstruction Milomir Nincovic Possibilities of reconstructive microsurgery in aesthetic procedures Andrew J. Kaufman Advanced Nasal Reconstruction Keynote Address #2 16:00 - 16:30 Sydney Coleman The Science behind the technique of Structural Fat Grafting Introducer: Apostolos D. Mandrekas 16:30 - 17:00 Coffee Break Grand Debate #1 Short scar facelift vs. Deep Plane facelift 17:00 - 18:00 Patrick Tonnard - Gerald H. Pitman Moderator: Daniel C. Baker Chairman: Zissis Boukouvalas 20:30 Presidents Reception14 Kos, 01 - 03 September 2011
  • 15. Friday 2 September 2011 Morning Session Hall A Hall B Hall C Masterclass # 3 Masterclass # 4 Masterclass #5 Daniel C. Baker Sydney Coleman Giovanni Botti Short Scar Rhytidectomy: Facial LipoStructure Otoplasty08:30 - 09:30 Indications, Limitations, Mistakes, Chairman Chairman Revisions Nektaria Lambrinaki Anastasios Anastasopoulos Chairman George Vassilikos Panel Discussion #4 Symposium #3 Electronic poster session Face lift Soft tissues Chairmen Chairmen Perikles Foroglou Dimitrios Hatzipoulidis Basil Kretsis Panagis Georgiou Moderator Moderator William J. Little Alexander D. Rapidis Carlos Oscar Uebel Nelson Sarto Piccolo Facial Contouring Surgery -the Factors Influencing Skin Allograft Round Lift Survival and Take Oscar M. Ramirez Julian Joseph Pribaz Tridimensional forehead and Cheek and/or Lip reconstruction temple rejuvenation Camilo J. Roldan Jay Calvert Algorithm in lip reconstruction High SMAS facelift Pier Francesco Nocini Gerald H. Pitman Soft tissue reconstruction of the Deep Plane Face Lift face with free flaps11:00 - 11:30 Coffee Break Keynote Address #3 Julia Terzis11:30 - 12:00 Facial Paralysis Reanimation Introducer: Ekaterini Vlastou Panel Discussion #5 Oral presentations #5 Athanassios Christopoulos Craniofacial Rhinoplasty Volume: Facial sculpturing with Chairmen Chairmen hyaluronic acid fillers Depi Demiri Efstratios Komninakis (Teosyal ® PureSense) Marios Fragoulis Constantine Dialynakis Moderator Julian Joseph Pribaz Kurt Vinzenz Contourplasty of the face by distraction12:00 - 13:30 osteogenesis Camilo J. Roldan The evolution of the subcranial Le fort III osteotomy in craniofacial surgery Mimis Cohen Management of residual deformities after Cleft lip and Palate repair Sean Boutros Microtia Management13:30 - 14:30 Lunch Kos, 01 - 03 September 2011 15
  • 16. Friday 2 September 2011 Afternoon Session Hall A Hall B Hall C Panel Discussion #6 Symposium #4 Oral presentations #6 Neck rejuvenation Rhinoplasty Reconstruction Chairmen Chairmen Chairmen George Kokkalis Panagiotis Mandalos Eirini Gamatsi Stefanos Stathakis George Zarkadas Vassiliki Stavropoulou Moderator Moderator Jan G. Poëll Apostolos D. Mandrekas Patrick Tonnard Jay Calvert Neck rejuvenation Dorsal reconstruction of the 14:30 - 16:00 Oscar M. Ramirez nose with diced cartilage Cervicoplasty: The subplatysma and fascia graft approach for the difficult and Dario Bertossi obtuse neck Secondary rhinoplasty Gerald H. Pitman Wolfgang Gubisch Neck rejuvenation Saddle nose correction – Our Spero J. Theodorou concept today Radiofrequency Assisted Patrick Tonnard Liposuction-Neck Tite Treatment and prevention of supratip deformities Keynote Address #4 16:00 - 16:30 Oscar M. Ramirez Endomidface: Nuisances and refinements Introducer: Julia Terzis 16:30 - 17:00 Coffee Break Grand Debate #2 Mandibular reconstruction - fibula vs. other osseous flaps 17:00 - 18:00 Peter G. Cordeiro - Peter Neligan Moderator: Alexander D. Rapidis Chairman: Dimitris Mastorakos 20:00 Faculty dinner16 Kos, 01 - 03 September 2011
  • 17. Saturday 3 September 2011 Morning Session Hall A Hall B Hall C Masterclass # 6 Masterclass #7 William J. Little Patrick Tonnard Sculptural Rejuvenation of the Multimodal facial rejuvenation08:30 - 09:30 Face and Neck: the XJ Lift Chairman Chairman Dimitris Hapsas Peter Kompilakos Panel Discussion #7 Symposium #5 Electronic poster session Mid-face Dilemmas in aesthetic Chairmen rejuvenation Alexandra Spyropoulou Chairmen Bakis Christoforidis Alexander Dionyssopoulos Moderator Anastasia Loupatatzi Peter Neligan Moderator Apostolos D. Mandrekas Alexander D. Rapidis Functional palatomaxillary Oscar M. Ramirez09:30 - 11:00 reconstruction Rejuvenation and Beautification Julian Joseph Pribaz of the Upper and Lower Lips Reconstruction of Midface Defects Giovanni Botti Dario Bertossi Brow lift Malar and skull osteotomies Colette C. Camenisch Gregory R.D. Evans Facial rejuvenation with Microsurgery stabilized HA - making it consistent Alexander Dionyssopoulos Advantages and Techniques of a new hyaluronic acid11:00 - 11:30 Coffee Break Keynote Address #5 Daniel C. Baker11:30 - 12:00 History & Evolution of Rhytidectomy from the 20th to 21st Century Introducer: Patric Tonnard Chairman: Aristidis Tsakiris Panel Discussion #8 Oral presentations #7 Electronic poster session Facial rejuvenation Trauma - Burns Chairmen Chairmen Philip Papatheodorakis Michael Tarambe John Mpitzos Nicholaos Tsakoniatis Moderator Carlos Oscar Uebel Daniel C. Baker Skin Resurfacing : Dermabrasion12:00 - 13:30 & Chemical Peels Versus Laser Dario Bertossi Lip management with fillers and fat and long term algorithm of tissue survival Giovanni Botti Treatment of non-absorbable filler complications Gregory R.D. Evans Tissue Engineering with stem cells13:30 - 14:30 Lunch Kos, 01 - 03 September 2011 17
  • 18. Saturday 3 September 2011 Afternoon Session Hall A Hall B Hall C Keynote Address #6 William J. Little 14:30 - 15:00 Volumetric Rejuvenation of the Orbit, with Orbicularis Hitch and Lowering of the Nasal Brow Introducer: Apostolos D. Mandrekas Chairman: Theodora Petrakopoulou Panel Discussion #9 Oral presentations #8 Electronic poster session Facial implants - Minimally Cancer - Reconstruction invasive surgery Chairmen Chairmen Stelios Kotsampasakis Constantinos Manos George Moutoglis Maria Kotrotsiou Moderator Gregory R.D. Evans Oscar M. Ramirez Off-the Shelf vs. Custom Made 15:00 - 16:30 Facial Implants Giovanni Botti Fat transplantation: a 25 years experience Carlos Oscar Uebel Baldness Surgery -Megasessions with Follicular Units and Platelet Growth Factors Julian Joseph Pribaz Hair-bearing Flaps in Head and Neck Reconstruction 16:30 - 17:00 Coffee Break Grand Debate #3 Aesthetic Nightmares 17:00 - 18:30 Daniel C. Baker - William J. Little - Oscar M. Ramirez - Patric Tonnard Moderators: Apostolos D. Mandrekas - Alexander D. Rapidis 18:30 Closing Remarks 20:00 - 24:00 Beach Party18 Kos, 01 - 03 September 2011
  • 19. FINAL SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM Thursday 1st September 2011 08.00 Registration MORNING SESSIONS HALL A08.30 – 09.00 Welcome from the Chairmen Presidential Address Marita Eisenmann-Klein Psychosocial aspects of physical attractiveness09.00 – 09.30 Masterclass #1 Thursday 1st September 2011 Daniel C. Baker Sculpting the Fat Face & Neck Chairman: George Zambacos09.30 – 11.00 Panel Discussion #1 Rhinoplasty Chairmen: George Aravanis, Emanouil Pantelidis Moderator: Apostolos D. Mandrekas Wolfgang Gubisch Our concept in primary rhinoplasty Oscar M. Ramirez Rhinoplasty: Treatment of the twisted nose Sean Boutros Secondary rhinoplasty Jay Calvert Lengthening the short nose11.00 – 11.30 Coffee Break11.30 – 12.00 Keynote Address #1 Julian Joseph Pribaz Facial allotransplantation Introducer: Apostolos D. Mandrekas Kos, 01 - 03 September 2011 19
  • 20. 12.00 – 13.30 Panel Discussion #2 Eyelids Chairmen: Paraskevas Kontoes, Athanasios Athanasiou Moderator: Gregory R.D. Evans Jan G. Poëll Blepharoplasty: personal approach Giovanni Botti Static and dynamic canthopexies Sydney Coleman Tear trough fat reconstructionThursday 1st September 2011 13.30 – 14.30 Lunch 20 Kos, 01 - 03 September 2011
  • 21. AFTERNOON SESSIONS HALL A14.30 – 16.00 Panel Discussion #3 Soft tissues Chairmen: Dimosthenis Tsoutsos, Stefanos Papadopoulos Moderator: Mimis Cohen Norbert Pallua “Supraclavicular Island Flap” Nelson Sarto Piccolo Aesthetical Aspects of Severe Burns Sequelae Reconstruction Milomir Ninkovic Thursday 1st September 2011 Possibilities of reconstructive microsurgery in aesthetic procedures Andrew J. Kaufman Advanced Nasal Reconstruction16.00 – 16.30 Keynote Address #2 Sydney Coleman The Science behind the technique of Structural Fat Grafting Introducer: Apostolos D. Mandrekas16.30 – 17.00 Coffee Break17.00 – 18.00 Grand Debate #1 Short scar facelift vs. Deep Plane facelift Patrick Tonnard - Gerald H. Pitman Moderator: Daniel C. Baker Chairman: Zissis Boukouvalas 20.30 Presidents Reception Kos, 01 - 03 September 2011 21
  • 22. MORNING SESSIONS HALL B 09.00 – 09.30 Masterclass # 2 Wolfgang Gubisch Bulky tip – How to correct it and how to overcome the complications Chairman: Nick Papadopulos 09.30 – 11.00 Symposium #1 Reconstruction of the mandible Chairmen: Spyros Stavrianos, Filippos Tzimas Moderator: Peter G. CordeiroThursday 1st September 2011 Pierre Saadeh Preoperative virtual surgical planning for free fibula mandibular reconstruction Pier Francesco Nocini The Italian experience with mandibular reconstruction Gregory R.D. Evans The American experience with mandibular reconstruction Kurt Vinzenz Prefabricated composite grafts for orofacial reconstruction in facial defects and Noma-disease 11.00 – 11.30 Coffee Break 12.00 – 13.30 Symposium #2 Free flaps for head & neck reconstruction Chairmen: Peter Panagiotou, George Fiolitakis Moderator: Alexander D. Rapidis Peter Neligan Free flaps for soft tissue reconstruction: an update Peter G. Cordeiro Free flaps for reconstruction of the facial skeleton Julian Joseph Pribaz Flap Prefabrication & Prelamination – an Update Milomir Nincovic Achieving function and aesthetic through reconstructive microsurgery 13.30 – 14.30 Lunch 22 Kos, 01 - 03 September 2011
  • 23. AFTERNOON SESSIONS HALL B14.30 – 16.00 Oral presentations #3 Reconstruction Chairmen: Evangelos Mpellonias, Emmanouil Daskalakis1 THE USE OF UPPER EYELID FREE FULL THICKNESS SKIN GRAFT INRECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERY OF FACIAL AND PERIORBITAL ZONESM. Kukanova, M. SakalauskaitDay, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Department, Klaipeda University Hospital,Klaipeda, Lithuania Thursday 1st September 20112 THE "ORIGAMI" COMPOSITE FREE FIBULA FLAP FOR COMPLEX DEFECTS OFTHE MANDIBLE AND TONGUEA. Aharon1, A. Inbal2, E. Gur2, A. Zarezki2, Y. Barnea2, Z. Gil2, D. Fliss21Carmel Medical Center, Haifa. Israel2Tel Aviv Medical Center, Tel Aviv, Israel3 ORBITAL AND PERIOCULAR RECONSTRUCTION – A 10 YEAR EVOLUTION OFSYSTEMATIC APPROACHA. Aharon1, A. Inbal2, E. Gur2, A. Zarezki2, Y. Barnea2, Z. Gil2, D. Fliss21Carmel Medical Center, Haifa. Israel2Tel Aviv Medical Center, Tel Aviv, Israel4 IN HOUSE 3D RAPID PROTOTYPE MODELLING FOR PREOPERATIVE PLANNINGOF COMPOSITE FREE TISSUE TRANSFER IN HEAD AND NECK RECONSTRUCTIONK. Benetatos1, J. Niamat2, J. Watson2, G. Perks1, I. Mc Vicar2, P. Hollows21Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Department, Nottingham University Hospitals-Nottingham City Hospital, UK2Maxillofacial Department, Nottingham University Hospitals-Queens Medical Centre5 POSTOPERATIVE MORTALITY FOLLOWING FREE FLAP TRANSFER FOR HEADAND NECK RECONSTRUCTIONN.-C. Cheng, Y.-B. TangDivision of Plastic Surgery, Department of Surgery, National Taiwan UniversityHospital and National Taiwan University College of Medicine, Taipei, Taiwan6 A MODIFIED METHOD OF CLOSING A FACIAL DISMASKING FLAPT. Yano1, M. Okazaki1, K. Tanaka1, S. Kishimoto21Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery2Head and Neck SurgeryTokyo Medical and Dental University, Tokyo, Japan Kos, 01 - 03 September 2011 23
  • 24. AFTERNOON SESSIONS HALL B 7 THE USE OF INTEGRA ARTIFICIAL DERMIS TO MINIMIZE DONOR-SITE MORBIDITY AFTER SUPRAFASCIAL OR SUBFASCIAL DISSECTION OF THE RADIAL FOREARM FLAP. A COMPARATIVE RETROSPECTIVE CLINICAL STUDY A. I. Gravvanis1, G. A. Lagogiannis2, I. P. Delikonstantinou1, P. N. Trigkatzis1, T. D. Keramidas2, N. F. Katsikeris2, D. A. Tsoutsos1 General State Hospital of Athens “G. Gennimatas”, Athens, Greece 1Plastic Surgery Department, 2Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery 8 EARLY RECOGNITION OF ISCHEMIA WITH CONTINUOUS REAL-TIME TISSUEThursday 1st September 2011 OXYGEN MONITORING IN HEAD AND NECK MICROVASCULAR FLAPS J. Laranne1, L. Raittinen1, M. Kääriäinen2 1Department of Otorhinolaryngology Head & Neck Surgery 2Departmento of Plastic Surgery Tampere University Hospital Finland 16.30 – 17.00 Coffee Break 24 Kos, 01 - 03 September 2011
  • 25. MORNING SESSIONS HALL C 09.30 – 11.00 Oral presentations #1 Facial rejuvenation Chairmen: Andreas Foustanos, Petros Damilakos9 QUALITY OF LIFE AND PSYCHOLOGICAL BACKGROUND IN PATIENTSAFTER FACE LIFTINGN. A. Papadopulos1, M. Hodbod1, O. Papadopoulos2, L. Kovacs1, H.-G. Machens1,E. Biemer11Clinic for Plastic and Hand Surgery, University Hospital rechts der Isar, MunichTechnical University, Munich, Germany2Department of Plastic Surgery, University Hospital “Andreas Syggros”, Kapodistrian Thursday 1st September 2011University of Athens, Athens, Greece10 QUALITY OF LIFE, PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS AND CLINICAL OUTCOMESIN PATIENTS AFTER BLEPHAROPLASTYN. A. Papadopulos1, M. Hodbod1, V. Mirceva2, O. Papadopoulos3, L. Kovacs1,H-G. Machens11Clinic for Plastic and Hand Surgery,University Hospital rechts der Isar, Munich Technical University, Munich, Germany2Department of Dermatology, University Hospital rechts der Isar, Munich TechnicalUniversity, Munich, Germany3Department of Plastic Surgery, University Hospital “Andreas Syggros”, KapodistrianUniversity of Athens, Athens, Greece11 THE CHALLENGING AESTHETIC LOWER EYELID CORRECTIONC. ViczianSt. Gellert Private Clinic, Szeged, Hungary12 THE M.A.C.S. FACE LIFT: ANALYSIS OF THE RESULTS, COMPLICATIONS,PATIENT SATISFACTION AND PROPOSED MODIFICATIONSE. Keramidas, S. RodopoulouPrivate Practice M.D. ONE, Athens, Greece13 TO CHANGE FACES- FAT, IMPLANTS OR FACE-LIFTSJ. B WieslanderInstitute of Plastic Surgery, Malmoe, Sweden14 A NOVEL COMBINED „FACE LIFT“ THERAPY USING AUTOLOGOUSLIPOTRANSFER AND ND:YAG LASERAl. Dionyssopoulos, P. KakasDepartment of Plastic Surgery, G.H. Papageorgiou, Aristotle University ofThessaloniki15 REDRAPING BLEPHAROPLASTY WITH MIDFACE LIFTI. E LiapakisOpsisClinical Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Heraklion-Crete, Greece 11.00 – 11.30 Coffee Break Kos, 01 - 03 September 2011 25
  • 26. MORNING SESSIONS HALL C 12.00 – 13.30 Oral presentations #2 Reconstruction Chairmen: Dimitris Antonopoulos, Dimitra Tsilimpoti 16 COMPLEX TOTAL RECONSTRUCTION OF THE NOSE FOLLOWING SEVERE NEONATAL BURN OF THE FACE V. Jurk, H. Bannasch, N. Iblher, G.B. Stark Department of Plastic and Handsurgery, Unviversity Medical Center, Freiburg, Neuenbuerg, Germany 17 FACIAL ASYMMETRY – VIRTUAL VS MODEL BASED COMPLEX PLANNINGThursday 1st September 2011 INCLUDING ALLOPLASTIC TOTAL JOINT REPLACEMENT M. Teschke, R. Reich Clinic for Oral-, Maxillo- and Facial Plastic Surgery, University Bonn, Germany 18 MODIFICATED ISLAND FLAP FOR ALA NASI RECONSTRUCTION AFTER BASOCELLULAR CARCINOMA SURGERY IN INTENSIVE SMOKER CASE REPORT D. Civkaroski, ENT Dept Vranje, Serbia 19 CLOSURE OF A FACIAL DEFECTS BY SECOND INTENTION HEALING OUR EXPERIENCE AND SUGGESTIONS D. Civkaroski ENT Dept Vranje, Serbia 20 THE USE OF FAT GRAFTING IN THE MANAGEMENT OF DIFFICULT FACIAL RECONSTRUCTIVE CASES A. S. Elbarbary Ain-Shams University, Cairo, Egypt 21 AESTHETIC ALTERATION OF THE UPPER FACIAL THIRD BY CRANIOFACIAL MODALITIES A. S. Elbarbary Ain-Shams University, Cairo, Egypt 13.30 – 14.30 Lunch 26 Kos, 01 - 03 September 2011
  • 27. AFTERNOON SESSIONS HALL C14.30 – 16.00 Oral presentations #4 Toxin - A - HA Chairmen: Evangelos Keramidas, Villy Rodopoulou22 A 3D MORPHOMETRICAL EVALUATION OF THE EXACT EFFECTS OFBOTULINUM TOXIN ON THE PERIORBITAL STRUCTURESI. Niklas, J. Viktor, G.B. StarkDepartment of Plastic and Hand Surgery, University Medical Center Freiburg,Neuenbuerg, Germany23 DERMAL FILLER: CRM® HYALURONIC ACID BASIC TIPS AFTER 5 YEARS Thursday 1st September 2011EXPERIENCED. CivkaroskiENT Dept Vranje, Serbia24 THE COMBINATION OF BOTULINUM TOXIN AND HYALURONIC ACIDFILLER FOR FACIAL REJUVENATION: THE “SFUMATO’ TECHNIQUEE. Keramidas, S. RodopoulouPrivate Practice M.D.ONE, Athens, Greece25 EFFECT OF BOTULINUM TOXIN TYPE B ON PREVENTION OF VASOSPASMIN RATSJ. W. Kim, W. S. Kim, H. K. Kim, Tae Hui Bae, Boyoung ParkDepartment of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Chung-Ang University Hospital,Seoul, Korea26 A CLINICAL STUDY OF THE HISTOLOGICAL AND COLLAGEN FIBERCHANGES IN HUMAN SKIN WITH 1444NM LASER (ACCUSCULPTTM)D. S. Kim, J. H. Kim, S. Sapountzis, P. Minh, S. C. Eun, R. M. Baek, H. J. Park,H. S. Chung, C. Y. HeoDept. of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Seoul National University, BundangHospital, Seoul, Korea27 WRINKLE REDUCTION WITH AUTOLOGUS FAT INJECTIONJ. Dagdelenis, O. Castana, P. Kourakos, N. Stampolidis, D. AlexakisPlastic & Reconstructive Surgery departmentGeneral Hospital of Athens, Greece “Evaggelismos” Kos, 01 - 03 September 2011 27
  • 28. Friday 2nd September 2011 MORNING SESSIONS HALL A 08.30 – 09.30 Masterclass # 3 Daniel C. Baker Short Scar Rhytidectomy: Indications, Limitations, Mistakes, Revisions Chairman: George Vassilikos 09.30 – 11.00 Panel Discussion #4 Face lift Chairmen: Perikles Foroglou, Basil Kretsis Moderator: William J. LittleFriday 2nd September 2011 Carlos Oscar Uebel Facial Contouring Surgery - the Round Lift Oscar M. Ramirez Tridimensional forehead and temple rejuvenation Jay Calvert High SMAS facelift Gerald H. Pitman Deep Plane Face Lift 11.00 – 11.30 Coffee Break 11.30 – 12.00 Keynote Address #3 Julia Terzis Facial Paralysis Reanimation Introducers: Ekaterini Vlastou 12.00 – 13.30 Panel Discussion #5 Craniofacial Chairmen: Depi Demiri, Marios Fragoulis Moderator: Julian Joseph Pribaz Kurt Vinzenz Contourplasty of the face by distraction osteogenesis Camilo J. Roldan The evolution of the subcranial Le fort III osteotomy in craniofacial surgery Mimis Cohen Management of residual deformities after Cleft lip and Palate repair Sean Boutros Microtia Management 13.30 – 14.30 Lunch 28 Kos, 01 - 03 September 2011
  • 29. AFTERNOON SESSIONS HALL A14.30 – 16.00 Panel Discussion #6 Neck rejuvenation Chairmen: George Kokkalis, Stefanos Stathakis Moderator: Jan G. Poëll Patrick Tonnard Neck rejuvenation Oscar M. Ramirez Cervicoplasty: The subplatysma approach for the difficult and obtuse neck Friday 2nd September 2011 Gerald H. Pitman Neck rejuvenation Spero J. Theodorou Radiofrequency Assisted Liposuction-Neck Tite16.00 – 16.30 Keynote Address #4 Oscar M. Ramirez Endomidface: Nuisances and refinements Introducer: Julia Terzis16.00 – 17.00 Coffee Break17.00 – 18.00 Grand Debate #2 Mandibular reconstruction - fibula vs. other osseous flaps Peter G. Cordeiro - Peter Neligan Moderator: Alexander D. Rapidis Chairman: Dimitris Mastorakos 20.00 Faculty Dinner Kos, 01 - 03 September 2011 29
  • 30. MORNING SESSIONS HALL B 08.30 – 09.30 Masterclass # 4 Sydney Coleman Facial LipoStructure Chairman: Nektaria Lambrinaki 09.30 – 11.00 Symposium #3 Soft tissues Chairmen: Dimitrios Hatzipoulidis, Panagis Georgiou Moderator: Alexander D. RapidisThursday 1st September 2011 Nelson Sarto Piccolo Factors Influencing Skin Allograft Survival and Take Julian Joseph Pribaz Cheek and/ or Lip reconstruction Camilo J. Roldan Algorithm in lip reconstruction Pier Francesco Nocini Soft tissue reconstruction of the face with free flaps 11.00 – 11.30 Coffee Break 12.00 – 13.30 Oral presentations #5 Rhinoplasty Chairmen: Efstratios Komninakis, Constantine Dialynakis 28 RHYNOMODELATION - A NON SURGICAL WAY TO MODIFY THE NOSE S. Passy Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 29 USE OF CARTILAGE GRAFTS IN PRIMARY, SECONDARY AND RECONSTRUCTIVE OPEN RHINOPLASTIES P. Georgiou, M. Pantelidis, M. Koizis, L. Koukoulomatis, A. Spiropoulou, E. Sfakiotakis, I. Patsoulas, N. Minogiannis, E. Komninakis Dpt of Plastic Surgery and Latseio Burns Centre, Thriasio GH, Athens, Greece 30 AUGMENTATION PRIMARY PHINOPLASTY P. Mantalos, K. Dialynakis Plastic Surgeons, Private practice, Athens, Greece 31 ULTRASONIC FACIAL REJUVENATION J. A. Perez Plastic Surgeon, Fort Lauderdale, USA 30 Kos, 01 - 03 September 2011
  • 31. MORNING SESSIONS HALL B32 A NEW, SIMPLE AND SAFE PROCEDURE TO CORRECT THE PROMINENTEAR DEFORMITY: THE DISTALLY BASED PERICHONDRIO-ADIP- DERMALFLAP TECHNIQUE WITH OR WITHOUT CONCHAL CARTILAGE EXCISION1Çankırı State Hospital, Department of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery,E. Cihandide1, A. Uzunismail2Çankırı, Turkey.2Haydarpaşa Numune Training and Research Hospital, Department of Plastic,Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery, Istanbul, Turkey 13.30 – 14.30 Lunch Friday 2nd September 2011 Kos, 01 - 03 September 2011 31
  • 32. AFTERNOON SESSIONS HALL B 14.30 – 16.00 Symposium #4 Rhinoplasty Chairmen: Panagiotis Mandalos, George Zarkadas Moderator: Apostolos D. Mandrekas Jay Calvert Dorsal reconstruction of the nose with diced cartilage and fascia graft Dario Bertossi Secondary rhinoplasty Wolfgang GubischThursday 1st September 2011 Saddle nose correction – Our concept today Patrick Tonnard Treatment and prevention of supratip deformities 20.00 Faculty Dinner 32 Kos, 01 - 03 September 2011
  • 33. MORNING SESSIONS HALL C08.30 – 09.30 Masterclass #5 Giovanni Botti Otoplasty Chairman: Anastasios Anastasopoulos09.30 – 11.00 Electronic Poster Session11.00 – 11.30 Coffee Break12.00 – 13.30 Athanassios Christopoulos Volume: Facial sculpturing with hyaluronic acid fillers Friday 2nd September 2011 (Teosyal ® PureSense)13.30 – 14.30 Lunch Kos, 01 - 03 September 2011 33
  • 34. AFTERNOON SESSIONS HALL C 14.30 – 16.00 Oral presentations #6 Reconstruction Chairmen: Eirini Gamatsi, Vassiliki Stavropoulou 33 CONGENITAL PTOSIS: DESCRIPTION OF FOUR DIFFERENT CASES TREATED BY FRONTALIS SLING WITH AUTOGEN TISSUE L. G. Ferreira. da Silva Life Care - Prenda Hospital, Plastic and Reconstructive Department, Luanda, Angola 34 UNILATERAL CLEFT LIP TREATMENT OF 50 CONSECUTIVE CASES IN ANGOLA L. G. Ferreira da SilvaThursday 1st September 2011 Life Care - Prenda Hospital, Plastic and Reconstructive Department, Luanda, Angola 35 FACE AND NECK BURN SCARS COMPLICATIONS L. G. Ferreira da Silva Life Care - Prenda Hospital, Plastic and Reconstructive Department, Luanda, Angola 36 THE IMPACT OF PORTABLE DUPLEX ULTRASONOGRAPHY IN HEAD & NECK RECONSTRUCTION I. P. Delikonstantinou1, D. N. Karakitsos2, G. A. Lagogiannis3, N. F. Katsikeris3, T. D. Keramidas3, D. A. Tsoutsos1, A. I. Gravvanis1 General State Hospital of Athens “G. Gennimatas”, Athens, Greece 1Plastic Surgery Department, 2Intensive Care Unit, 3Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery 37 SOFT TISSUE RECONSTRUCTION IN THE FACE – PROTECTING THE AESTHETIC UNITS N. Sinis, D. Drakotos, E. Skouras, J. C. Bruck Martin-Luther-Hospital Berlin, Department of Plastic Surgery. Berlin, Germany 38 PRIMARY APOCRINE CARCINOMA OF SCALP: REPORT OF PRIMARY SCALP CUTANEOUS APOCRINE CARCINOMA INDISTINGUISHABLE FROM CUTANEOUS METASTASES OF BREAST CARCINOMA K. Il Chung, B. Park, H. K. Kim, T. H. Bae, W. S. Kim, T.–J. Lee Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Chung-Ang University Hospital, Dongjak-Gu, Seoul, Korea 39 COMBINED NASOLABIAL FLAP AND MODIFIED ESTLANDER FLAP FOR RECONSTRUCTION OF CONTRACTURE OVER THE MOUTH ANGLE: A CASE REPORT AND REVIEW OF LITERATURE C.-C. Chen, N.-C. Cheng, Y.-B. Tang Division of Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery, Department of Surgery, National Taiwan University Hospital, Taipei, Taiwan 16.30 – 17.00 Coffee Break 20.00 Faculty Dinner 34 Kos, 01 - 03 September 2011
  • 35. Saturday 3rd September 2011 MORNING SESSIONS HALL A08.30 – 09.30 Masterclass # 6 William J. Little Sculptural Rejuvenation of the Face and Neck: the XJ Lift Chairman: Peter Kompilakos09.30 – 11.00 Panel Discussion #7 Mid-face Chairmen: Alexandra Spyropoulou, Bakis Christoforidis Moderator: Peter Neligan Saturday 3rd September 2011 Alexander D. Rapidis Functional palatomaxillary reconstruction Julian Joseph Pribaz Reconstruction of Midface Defects Dario Bertossi Malar and skull osteotomies Gregory R.D. Evans Microsurgery - making it consistent11.00 – 11.30 Coffee Break11.30 – 12.00 Keynote Address #5 Daniel C. Baker History & Evolution of Rhytidectomy from the 20th to 21st Century Introducer: Patric Tonnard Chairman: Aristidis Tsakiris12.00 – 13.30 Panel Discussion #8 Facial rejuvenation Chairmen: Philip Papatheodorakis, John Mpitzos Moderator: Carlos Oscar Uebel Daniel C. Baker Skin Resurfacing: Dermabrasion & Chemical Peels Versus Laser Dario Bertossi Lip management with fillers and fat and long term algorithm of tissue survival Giovanni Botti Treatment of non-absorbable filler complications Gregory R.D. Evans Tissue Engineering with stem cells 13.30 – 14.30 Lunch Kos, 01 - 03 September 2011 35
  • 36. AFTERNOON SESSIONS HALL A 14.30 – 15.00 Keynote Address #6 William J. Little Volumetric Rejuvenation of the Orbit, with Orbicularis Hitch and Lowering of the Nasal Brow Introducer: Apostolos D. Mandrekas Chairman: Theodora Petrakopoulou 15.00 – 16.30 Panel Discussion #9 Facial implants - Minimally invasive surgery Chairmen: Constantinos Manos, Maria KotrotsiouSaturday 3rd September 2011 Moderator: Gregory R.D. Evans Oscar M. Ramirez Off-the Shelf vs. Custom Made Facial Implants Giovanni Botti Fat transplantation: a 25 years experience Carlos Oscar Uebel Baldness Surgery - Megasessions with Follicular Units and Platelet Growth Factors Julian Joseph Pribaz Hair-bearing Flaps in Head and Neck Reconstruction 16.30 – 17.00 Coffee Break 17.00 – 18.00 Grand Debate #3 Aesthetic Nightmares Daniel C. Baker - William J. Little - Oscar M. Ramirez - Patric Tonnard Moderators: Apostolos D. Mandrekas - Alexander D. Rapidis 18.30 Closing Remarks 20.00 Beach Party 36 Kos, 01 - 03 September 2011
  • 37. MORNING SESSIONS HALL B 08.30 – 09.30 Masterclass #7 Patrick Tonnard Multimodal facial rejuvenation Chairman: Dimitris Hapsas09.30 – 11.00 Symposium #5 Dilemmas in aesthetic rejuvenation Chairmen: Alexander Dionyssopoulos, Anastasia Loupatatzi Moderator: Apostolos D. Mandrekas Oscar M. Ramirez Saturday 3rd September 2011 Rejuvenation and Beautification of the Upper and Lower Lips Giovanni Botti Brow lift Colette C. Camenisch Facial rejuvenation with stabilized HA Alexander Dionyssopoulos Advantages and Techniques of a new hyaluronic acid11.00 – 11.30 Coffee Break12.00 – 13.30 Oral presentations #7 Trauma - Burns Chairmen: Michael Tarambe, Nicholaos Tsakoniatis40 COMPUTER AIDED SURGICAL SIMULATION (CASS) FOLLOWING HIGHVELOCITY TRAUMA: RECONSTRUCTING THE MULTI-SEGMENTED FACES. J. Caldroney, P. Saadeh, D. L. Hirsch, R. AsonNYU Langone Medical Center, New York, NY, USA41 MICROVASCULAR DOUBLE-BARREL FIBULA FLAPS. J. Caldroney, P. Saadeh, D. L. HirschNYU Langone Medical Center New York, NY, USA42 KERATINOCYTE SUSPENSION FOR THE TREATMENT OF FACIAL BURNSO. Rennekampff, C. Herold, PM VogtDept of Plastic, Hand and Reconstructive Surgery, Medical School Hannover, Germany43 REVIEW IN FACE TRANSPLANTATIONA. I. Diab, I.P. DelIkonstantinou, D.A. TsoutsosDepartment of Plastic Surgery & Burns Unit G. Gennimatas General Hospital, Athens,Greece Kos, 01 - 03 September 2011 37
  • 38. MORNING SESSIONS HALL B 44 FACIAL BURNS J. Dagdelenis, O. Castana, P. Kourakos, N. Stampolidis, K. Romana, D. Alexakis Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery depertment General Hospital of Athens, Greece “Evaggelismos” 45 DERMAL SUBSTITUTE USED IN THE SURGICAL MANAGEMENT OF KELOIDS P. Kourakos, O. Castana, J. Dagdelenis, G. Rempelos, D. Diplas, D. Alexakis Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery department General Hospital of Athens, Greece “Evaggelismos”Saturday 3rd September 2011 13.30 – 14.30 Lunch 38 Kos, 01 - 03 September 2011
  • 39. AFTERNOON SESSIONS HALL B 15.00 – 16.30 Oral presentations #8 Cancer - Reconstruction Chairmen: Stelios Kotsampasakis, George Moutoglis46 INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES IN MICROSURGICALAUTOTRANSPLANTATION IN MAXILLO-FACIAL AREAE. Verbo, A. Kulakov, A. Nerobeyeev, S. Butsan, S. KhokhlachevRussian Centre of Reconstructive Surgery, Moscow, Russia47 HEAD AND NECK RECONSTRUCTION: WHEN THE PROBLEMS STARTK. Tzafetta, B. Mathur Saturday 3rd September 2011St Andrew’s Centre of Plastic Surgery and Burns, Broomfield Hospital, Essex, UK48 LOCAL NASAL RECONSTRUCTION: A REVIEW OF 273 CASESP. Mantalos, D. Karypidis, K. Papaioanou, M. Skolarikou, V. Stavropoulou,A. Papadimitriou6th Oncological Hospital I.K.A. Athens, Department of Plastic and ReconstructiveSurgery, Athens, Greece49 FREE TISSUE TRANSFER IN SURGICAL ONCOLOGYS. D. Stavrianos, Ch. Asimomitis, M. Kotrotsiou, Al. D. Rapidis, G. KokkalisHead and Neck Unit, Plastic, Reconstructive and Maxillofacial Dept. Greek AnticancerInstitute, Oncological Hospital “St. Savvas”, Athens, Greece50 FREE FLAP SALVAGE. THE ROLE OF MONITORING AND REEXPLORATIONOF VASCULAR MICROANASTOMOSIS. OUR EXPERIENCE ON 102 CASESS. D. Stavrianos, Ch. Asimomitis, M. Kotrotsiou, G. Kokkalis, Al. D. RapidisHead and Neck Unit, Plastic, Reconstructive and Maxillofacial Dept. Greek AnticancerInstitute, Oncological Hospital “St. Savvas”, Athens, Greece51 BCC AND SYRINGOCYSTADENOMAS PAPILLIFERUM ARISING WITHINNEVUS SEBACEOUS IN ADULTSA. Dionyssopoulos, S. Ioannidis, M. Athanasiadou, L. Pavlidis, I. Efstratiou,E. DemiriDepartment of Plastic Surgery, G.H. Papageorgiou, Aristotle University ofThessaloniki, Greece52 HIGHLY AGGRESSIVE FACIAL MERKEL CELL CARCINOMAA. Dionyssopoulos, A. Papaconstantinou, A. Triantos, P. Foroglou, E. Kokoli, M.Topalidou, I. Efstratiou, E. DemiriDepartment of Plastic Surgery, G.H. Papageorgiou, Aristotle University ofThessaloniki, Greece 16.30 – 17.00 Coffee Break 18.30 Closing Remarks 20.00 Beach Party Kos, 01 - 03 September 2011 39
  • 40. MORNING SESSIONS HALL C 09.30 – 11.00 Electronic Poster Session 11.00 – 11.30 Coffee Break 12.00 – 13.30 Electronic Poster Session 13.30 – 14.30 LunchSaturday 3rd September 2011 40 Kos, 01 - 03 September 2011
  • 41. AFTERNOON SESSIONS HALL C15.00 – 16.30 Electronic Poster Session16.30 – 17.00 Coffee Break 18.30 Closing Remarks 20.00 Beach Party Saturday 3rd September 2011 Kos, 01 - 03 September 2011 41
  • 42. E-POSTERS1 DERMATOFIBROSARCOMA PROTUBERANS OF THE FOREHEADE. Nakamura, S. Suzuki, S. Kanno, H. Nishigaki, M. Kobayashi, R. Tanaka, U. Hanai,A. Yamazaki, M. MiyasakaTokai University School of Medicine Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery,Kanagawa, Japan2 MASTOPEXY WITH MAMMARY PARENCHYMAL Z-PLASTY PATTERN: MODIFIEDBENELLI TECHNIQUEL. Samyong, K. Kwangseok, K. SunghwhanDept. of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Korea3 FUNCTIONING FREE GRACILIS MYOCUTANEOUS FLAP TRANSFER PROVIDES ARELIABLE SINGLE STAGE ANIMATED FACIAL RECONSTRUCTION AT THE TIME OFEXTENSIVE CANCER ABLATIONCh. G Wallace, C.-T. Liao, C.-H. LinDepartment of Plastic Surgery, Chang Gung Memorial Hospital, Linkou, Taiwan4 COMBINATION OF CONSERVATIVE AND SURGICAL TREATMENT FOR THEMANAGEMENT OF SKELETAL LATERAL DEVIATION OF THE MANDIBLE WITHCONTRALATERAL DENTAL CROSS- BITES. Zanakis1, V. Megas3, A. Mountricha2, K. Gavakos3, G. Kastelis2, N. Zotalis21Hippokration General Hospital of Athens, Athens, Greece2Constantopouleio General Hospital of N. Ionia, Athens, Greece3Dentist, Private Practice, Athens Greece5 PORCINE DERMAL COLLAGEN (PERMACOL) AS COMPLEMENTARY TISSUE INORTHOGNATHIC SURGICAL PROCEDURES FOR FACIAL CONTOUR RESTORATIONV. Megas, S. Zanakis, I. Kokolakis, G. Grigoriadis, P. Aretaiou, N. ZotalisOral & Maxillofacial Surgery Unit, ENT Department,General Hospital “KONSTANTOPOULIO”, N. Ionia, Athens, Greece6 EARLY TERTIARY WOUND DEHISCENCE AFTER DEEP STERNUM OSTEOMYELITIS -A RISK MODEL BASED ON 130 PATIENTS FOLLOWING FLAP COVERAGEC. Weinand, T.Q.V. Phan, T. Stasch, C. Depner, P. Theodorou, R. Lefering, G. SpilkerDepartment Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery, Hand Surgery, Burns, UniversityHospital Cologne-Merheim, Germany7 IMPROVEMENT OF FACIAL ASYMMETRIES WITH THE USE OF SKIN-SPARING DIEAPFLAPSCh. Gelati1, E. J. Kyriopoulos2, R. Cipriani11Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, S.Orsola Malpighi Hospital, Bologna.Italy2Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery-Burn Unit, General Hospital of Athens“G.Gennimatas”, Athens, Greece42 Kos, 01 - 03 September 2011
  • 43. 8 TREATMENT OF CHRONIC OSTEOMYELITIS OF NASAL BONE USING LATISSIMUSDORSI FREE FLAP AFTER OPEN FRACTURE 20 YEARS AGOC, Y. Kim, C. W. ParkDept. of Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery, Hanyang University, Seoul. Korea9 CORRECTION OF INFRAORBITAL DARK CIRCLES USING COLLAGENASE DIGESTEDSINGLE FAT CELL INJECTIONC. Y. Kim, S. Youn, J. InDept. of Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery, Hanyang University, Seoul, Korea10 OPEN RHINOPLASTY: IS IT WORTH IT?P. Mantalos, K. DialynakisPlastic surgery dept. IASO GENERAL Hospital, Athens, Greece11 COULD THE APPETITE FOR SNAILS ALSO REFER TO FLAP RECONSTRUCTION?P. Mantalos, D. Karypidis, K. PistolasDept of Plastic Surgery - IKA Oncological Hospital of Athens, ‘G.Gennimatas’, Athens,Greece12 LOCAL FACIAL RECONSTRUCTION POST TUMOR EXTIRPATION: A PROPOS OF1.495 CASESP. Mantalos, D. Karypidis, G. Skouras, K. Patsis, I. Zografaki, M. Papadopoulos,A. KouppasDept. of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, 6th Oncological Hospital I.K.A. Athens, Greece13 HAIR TRANSPLANTATION: A REVIEW OF 11.750 CASESI. Raptis, P. MantalosPlastic Surgeons, private practice, Athens, Greece14 COMPLICATIONS OF DERMALIVE SOFT TISSUE FILLER, IN THE FACEP. Mantalos, Th. Petrakopoulou, Th. KaratzogianniPlastic Surgeons, private practice, Athens, Greece15 NASAL SEPTUM SURGERY IN RHINOPLASTYP. Mantalos, K. Dialynakis, P. KyrmizoglouDept. of Plastic surgery, IASO General Hospital, Athens Greece16 LEVATOR PLICATION AND CONTRALATERAL BROW LIFT FOR POST TRAUMATICFACIAL ASYMMETRYP. Georgiou, M. Koizis, L. Koukoulomatis, S. Karamatsoukis, E. Sfakiotakis,M. Pantelidis, V. Papaxristou, N. Minogiannis, E. KomninakisDept. of Plastic Surgery and Latseio Burns Centre, Thriasio GH, Athens, Greece17 LACRIMAL GLAND PTOSISYP. Georgiou, I. Patsoulas, L. Koukoulomatis, M. Koizis, S. Karamatsoukis, V. Papaxristou,X. Stoidis, N. Minogiannis, E. KomninakisDept of Plastic Surgery and Latseio Burns Centre, Thriasio GH, Athens, Greece Kos, 01 - 03 September 2011 43
  • 44. 18 OUR EXPERIENCE WITH THE SURGICAL TREATMENT OF NEUROFIBROMATOSISP. Georgiou, N. Minogiannis, L. Koukoulomatis, S. Karamatsoukis, M. Koizis,E. Sfakiotakis, V. Papaxristou, X. Stoidis, E. KomninakisDept of Plastic Surgery and Latseio Burns Centre, Thriasio GH, Athens, Greece19 SPHENOID MELANOMA: A CASE REPORTP. Georgiou, L. Koukoulomatis, A. Spyropoulou, D. Krikonis, F. Katrana, I. Patsoulas,M. Pantelidis, N. Minogiannis, E. KomninakisDept of Plastic Surgery and Latseio Burns Centre, Thriasio GH, Athens, Greece20 FACIAL SURGICAL REJUVENATION IN THE MIDDLE AGE WITH MACS - LIFTP. Mantalos, K. DialynakisDept. Plastic Surgery - IASO General Hospital, Athens, Greece21 CERVICOFACIAL SKIN FLAP: AN OLD BUT STILL USEFUL OPTION TO FACERECONSTRUCTIONP. Mantalos, D. Karipidis, M. Skolarikou, A. PapadimitriouDept. Plastic Surgery – IKA, Athens Oncological Hospital “G. GENIMATAS”, Athens, Greece22 CUTANEOUS LYMPHOMAS OF HEAD AND NECKT. Argyrakos1, O. Castana2, E. Diamanti1, P. Kourakos2, N. Stampolidis2, P. Argyriou1,D. Alexakis21Pathology department2Plastic & Reconstructive Surgical departmentGeneral Hospital of Athens, Greece “Evaggelismos”44 Kos, 01 - 03 September 2011
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