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2013 Texas Society of Plastic Surgeons Annual Meeting


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2013 Texas Society of Plastic Surgeons Annual Meeting

  1. 1. September 27 – 29,2013 Hyatt Lost Pines Hotel Bastrop,Texas Texas Society of Plastic Surgeons 2013 Annual Meeting
  2. 2. For registration information or questions contact: Sylvia Hall, Meeting Registrar 401 West 15th Street Austin,TX 78701 Phone: (512) 370-1524 Fax: (512) 370-1626 Target Audience The target audience will be board certified and board eligible plastic surgeons, residents and fellows currently in plastic surgery programs. Objectives Upon completion of this program, participants will Apply updated and current knowledge in comprehensive plastic surgery, cosmetic surgery, hand surgery, craniomaxilliofacial surgery; Acquire and discuss knowledge of new techniques and innovations in comprehensive plastic surgery, cosmetic surgery, craniomaxilliofacial surgery. There will be discussion on the compliance with legal regulations while maintaining ethical standards in patient care.This discussion will include handling of patient records and cases studies within the arena of electronic social media. CME This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and Policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Education (ACCME) through the joint sponsorship of theTexas Medical Association andTexas Society of Plastic Surgeons. TheTexas Medical Association is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.TheTMA designates this live activity for a maximum of 16.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. Ethics Hours The presentations “ABPS Board Certification Update”;“Building a Practice in a Competitive Environment” and “My Own Awful Complication and How I Fixed It” have been designated byTexas Medical Association for a total of 2.25 credit hours of education in medical ethics and/or professional responsibility. Patient Safety Hours The program has been approved for 2.0 hours of Patient Safety by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. The topics are indicated on the schedule by this symbol ✚ Registration Advance registration for the meeting and all extra events is important. No refunds will be made for cancellations received after September 1, 2013. Early Bird On & After Fees Sept. 1 TSPS Member/Pending Member Physician $250 $300 Resident Free Free Not ATSPS Member Non-Member Physician $350 $400 Non-Member Residents Free Free Allied Health Professional $175 $225 Spouse/Guest/Children12yrs + $75 $75 Attendee Registration includes: online handout materials, all continental breakfasts, coffee breaks,Welcome Reception, Heritage Dinner & Cocktail Hour and Business Meeting Breakfast. Spouse/Guest/Children (12 yrs. +) Registration includes: Welcome Reception and Heritage Dinner & Cocktail Hour.
  3. 3. Hyatt Lost Pines Resort & Spa575 Hyatt Lost Pines Road Bastrop,Texas 78612 $220.00 Single/Double occupancy Resort fee of $15.00 Your Resort Fee includes the following amenities: • Complimentary hard-wired internet service in guest rooms • Unlimited access for local, 800 or 888 calls • Unlimited use of health club, tennis courts, bicycles, chipping and putting greens and golf club storage, outdoor activities • Complimentary coffee and tea in room • Complimentary newspapers and self-parking Hotel Registration Deadline: August 26, 2013 To make reservations call 512-308-1234 OR 800-233-1234 Please refer to the specialTSPS rate when making your reservation.The negotiatedTSPS room rate is available until all rooms in theTSPS block are reserved OR, August 26, 2013, whichever may occur first. Any reservations received after the cut-off date will be reserved on a space and/or rate available basis as determined by the hotel. GROUND TRANSPORTATION To / From Austin Bergstrom International Airport (ABIA) • Super Shuttle – provides transportation to and from Hyatt Regency Lost Pines and the Austin- Bergstrom International Airport, 24-hours a day, every day.At the airport, follow the signs from the baggage claim area to the Super Shuttle ticket counter located near baggage carousel one.You can purchase your shuttle ticket there.Advance reservations via Super Shuttle are also available.You may also schedule your return shuttle reservation at the Super Shuttle ticket counter. Cost (per person): $28 one-way (+applicable fuel surcharge). Cash or any major credit card accepted. Reservations: 1-800-BLUE VAN (258-3826). 24- hour advance notice is recommended for trips from the hotel to the airport. • Taxis – are available on the baggage claim level at the airport. Most taxis can accommodate up to four persons in their vehicle. Cost:Approximately $40 (up to four people); please check for minimum rates.
  4. 4. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26 6:30pm - 9:30pm TSPS Executive Council Meeting FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27 7:45am Continental Breakfast 7:45am - 8:00am Introductions/Welcome RESIDENT PAPERS – RECONSTRUCTIVE Moderator: Bruce Smith, MD – Houston 8:00am – 8:10am Improving Results in Abdominal Wall Reconstruction: Primary Fascial Closure with Mesh Reinforcement is Superior to Bridged Mesh Repair Justin H. Booth, MD – MD Anderson Cancer Center 8:10am – 8:20am Nipple-Areolar Reconstruction After Autologous Breast Recontruction – An Alternative to the C-V Flap and Tattooing Chuma J. Chike-Obi, MD – Baylor 8:20am – 8:30am Expanding Abdominal Wall Reconstruction: An Innovative Approach to Parastomal Hernia Repair Caroline Clark, MD – Baylor 8:30am – 8:40am Repair of Nasal Ala Defects using a Two Stage, Inferiorly Based Nasolabial Flap James B. Collins, MD – Scott & White/A&M 8:40am – 8:50am Pediatric Giant Fibroadenomas Requiring Nipple Aerolar Sparing Mastectomies with Immediate Single Stage Direct to Implant Reconstruction Utilizing Acellular Dermal Matrix Bennett Fontenot, MD – UT Medical School Houston 8:50am – 9:00am Contribution of Breast Reconstruction to the Development of an Aesthetic Surgical Practice Steven Gordon, MD – Baylor 9:00am – 9:10am Outcomes in Single-stage Repair of Large Incisional Hernias with Bilateral Component Separation and Mesh in Medically Comorbid Patients Nathaniel Ng, MD – Texas Tech El Paso 9:10am – 9:30am BREAK Moderator: Ernest Cronin, MD – Houston 9:30am – 9:40am The Capsular Lining Advancement Flap: Correcting Inferior and Lateral Displacement in Two-Stage Implant- Based Breast Reconstruction Chuma J. Chike-Obi, MD – Baylor 9:40am – 9:50am Use of Strattice in Nipple Reconstruction to Improve Long-term Nipple Projection Surjit S. Rai, MD – UTMB 9:50am – 10:00am Strategic Approaches to Supercharged Hemipelvectomy Hector Salazar-Reyes, MD – Methodist Hospital 10:00am – 10:10am A Prospective Study using Style 410 Shaped Cohesive Gel Implants for Breast Reconstruction Jacob G. Unger, MD – UT Southwestern 10:10am – 10:20am Deep Inferior Epigastric Artery Perforator Flap Breast Reconstruction in Patients with Previous Bariatric Surgery: Is it Safe and Feasible? Jules A. Walters, III, MD – UT Medical School Houston ✚ 10:20am – 10:30am Simultaneous Abdominal Wall Free Flap and Permanent Implant Breast Reconstruction: A Single Surgeon’s Experience Sarosh Zafar, MD – Methodist Hospital 10:30am – 10:40am Perfovator Neovascularization: Proof of concept — VRAM after Full Abdominoplasty Bryan Correa, MD, Baylor 10:40am – 10:50am Q&A RESIDENT PAPERS – HAND Moderator: Leo Lapuerta, MD – Pearland 10:50am – 11:00am The Medial Gastrocnemius Flap: A Viable Option for Free Muscle Transfer to Restore Elbow Flexion Steven Bailey, MD – UT Southwestern 11:00am – 11:10am Xiaflex for Dupuytren’s Disease: A New Therapy Based Protocol Craig Lehrman, MD – UT Southwestern 11:10am – 11:20am Outcomes of Corticosteroid Treatment for Trigger Finger by Stage Janae L. Maher, MD – Scott & White/ A&M 11:20am – 11:30am Q&A 11:30pm - 12:30pm RESIDENT LUNCH W/ SPEAKER (TSPS Officers invited) Is there a Facelift for all Seasons? Foad Nahai, MD – Atlanta, GA 11:30am - 12:30pm Lunch on Your Own 12:00pm - 1:00pm Medical Student Poster Set up Meeting Schedule
  5. 5. Meeting Schedule RESIDENT PAPERS – GENERAL PLASTIC SURGERY Moderator: Alfonso Barrera, MD – Houston 12:30pm – 12:40pm Early Identification of Mycobacterial Infection in Rhytidectomy Patients Matt Bindewald, MD – UTHSC San Antonio ✚ 12:40pm – 12:50pm Accuracy of Clinical Evaluation of Orbital Floor Defects James Goggin, MD – Scott & White/A&M ✚ 12:50pm – 1:00pm Approach to the Severe Hidradenitis Supprativa Patient: A 20-Year Review Nicholas Howland, MD – UTMB 1:00pm – 1:10pm Surgical Precision in Clinical Documentation Connects Patient Safety, Quality of Care and Reimbursement Benjamin J. Kittinger, MD – Scott & White/A&M ✚ 1:10pm – 1:20pm Prospective Randomized Study of the Effect of Music on the Efficiency of Surgical Closures Shelby Richard Lies, MD – UTMB 1:20pm – 1:30pm Eyelid Surgery and the Frontalis Antagonist Blink Syndrome John A McFate, MD – Methodist Hospital 1:30pm – 1:40pm Q&A 1:40pm – 2:00pm BREAK 2:00pm-2:30pm ABPS Board Certification Update (Ethics) Charles Verheyden, MD Director, American Board of Plastic Surgery President, Plastic Surgery Foundation Board of Director, ASPS 2:30pm -3:30 pm Young Plastic Surgeon Committee Lecture: Building a Practice in a Competitive Environment (Ethics) Charles Virden, MD – Reno, Nevada 3:30pm – 3:40pm BREAK RESIDENT PAPERS – GENERAL PLASTIC SURGERY Moderator: Linda Phillips, MD – Galveston 3:40pm – 3:50pm Transconjunctival Midface Lift: A “Hole” Different Fixation Bradley S. Eisemann, MD – Baylor 3:50pm – 4:00pm Facial Rejuvenation in the Massive Weight Loss Patient Kailash Narasimhan, MD - UT Southwestern 4:00pm – 4:10pm Recommendations for Corticosteroid Usage in Plastic Surgery Benson Pulikkottil, MD – UT Southwestern 4:10pm – 4:20pm Achieving Predictability in Augmentation Mastopexy Smita Ramanadham, MD – UT Southwestern 4:20pm – 4:30pm Anatomic Relationship of the Pectoralis Major and Minor Muscles: A Cadaveric Sudy Erick Sanchez, MD – UTMB Galveston 4:30pm – 4:40pm Poly-N-Acetyl Glucosamine (PGlcNAc) Patch on Wound Healing in a Split Thickness Skin Graft Rabbit Model Megan B. Steigelman, MD – UTHSC- San Antonio 4:40pm – 4:50pm An Algorithmic Approach for Altering Nasal Tip Rotation in Rhinoplasty Geo N. Tabbal, MD – UT Southwestern 4:50pm – 5:00pm Reduction Mammaplasty Using Superomedial Pedicle in Obese Patients: A Review of Anatomy and Modified Technique Amy S. Xue, MD – Baylor 5:00pm – 5:10pm A Retrospective Study of Striac Distensae after Breat Augmentation Tsung-Lin Roger Tsai, MD – UTMB Galveston 5:10 – 5:20pm Q & A 5:30pm – 6:30pm YPS & Medical Student Reception 5:30pm - 7:30pm RESIDENT/MEDICAL STUDENT POSTER AWARDS & WELCOME RECEPTION BBQ LBJ Pavillion continued on next page
  6. 6. Meeting Schedule SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28 7:15am - 7:45am BREAKFAST IN EXPO HALL 7:45am - 8:00am Introductions / Welcome 8:00am - 9:00am Texas Plastic Surgery Residency Director Panel: How Has and Will the Affordable Care Act Affect Residency Training? Moderators: Bruce Smith, MD/ Tom Wiener, MD Panelists: Linda Phillips, MD - UTMB Galveston Jeff Kenkel, MD - UT Southwestern Ben Cohen, MD – Methodist Hospital Donald Parks, MD – UT Houston Shayan Izaddoost, MD – Baylor Howard Wang, MD – UTHSC- San Antonio Robert Weber, MD – Scott & White/ Texas A&M 9:00am – 9:30am ASPS/PSF Update Charles Verheyden, MD President, Plastic Surgery Foundation Board of Director, ASPS Director, American Board of Plastic Surgery 9:30am - 10:00am ASAPS Update Michael C. Edwards, MD, FACS ASAPS President 10:00am-10:20am Q&A — Ask the Presidents 10:20am - 10:50am BREAK IN EXPO HALL 10:50am – 11:45pm PANEL: Optimizing Outcome in Two-stage ADM Implant Breast Reconstruction Moderator: Patrick Garvey, MD Panelists: Mark Clements, MD; Mark Villa, MD; Jesse Selber, MD 11:45am – 12:30pm Contemporary Blepharoplasty Foad Nahai, MD – Atlanta, GA 12:30 pm-1:30 pm YPS Luncheon Human Resource Issues in Different Practice Settings Patrick Kelly, MD; Raman Mahabir, MD; Rob Schmid, MD 12:30pm -1:30pm LUNCH ON YOUR OWN/WITH EXHIBITORS 1:30pm - 2:15pm PANEL: My Own Awful Complication and How I Fixed It Moderator: Thomas Wiener, MD Panelists: Jeff Fearon, MD; Manny Melissinos, MD; David Netscher, MD; Steve Pisano, MD, Harlan Pollock, MD ✚ 2:15pm Education Adjourns 6:30pm – 7:30pm TSPS Heritage Dinner Cocktail Hour 7:30pm - 9:00pm TSPS Heritage Dinner Jerry Patterson, Texas Land Commissioner SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 29 7:15am - 8:15am TSPS Business Meeting & Breakfast (Members Only) 8:30am – 9:00am Texas Legislative Update Troy Alexander, Associate Director, Legislative Affairs, Texas Medical Association MEMBER PAPERS – CRANIOMAXILLIOFACIAL & HAND Moderator: Luis Rios, Jr., MD – Edinburg 9:00am – 9:10am Effects of Hypotensive Anesthesia on Blood Loss during Craniosynostosis Corrections Jeffrey A. Fearon, MD – Dallas ✚ 9:10am – 9:20am High Pressure Injection Injuries to the Hand Erik Marques, MD – Houston 9:20am – 9:30am Comparison of Magnification and PrimaryDigital Nerve Repair: Literature Review, Survey of Practice Trends, and Assessment of Cadaveric Repairs David T. Netscher, MD – Houston 9:30am – 10:00am BREAK IN EXPO HALL MEMBER PAPERS – RECONSTRUCTION Moderator: Luis Rios, Jr., MD – Edinburg 10:00am – 10:10am Double Venous System Drainage in Deep Inferior Epigatric Perforator Flap Breast Reconstruction: A Single-Surgeon Experience Sean G. Boutros, MD – Houston 10:10am – 10:20am Muscle-Sparing TRAM Flap Design Does Not Protect Breast Reconstructions from Post-Mastectomy Radiation Damage in Comparison to DIEP Flap Design Patrick Garvey, MD – Houston 10:20am – 10:30am Positive Surgical Margins Following Breast Reconstruction with Deep Inferior Epigastric Perforator Flaps: Management, Flap Morbidity and Oncologic Significance Oscar Ochoa, MD – San Antonio ✚ 10:30am – 10:50am Q&A 10:50am-11:10am BREAK IN EXPO HALL
  7. 7. Meeting Schedule TSPS Social Events Friday – Welcome Reception BBQ & Resident Awards Sponsored by AAI Healthcare Join us on the patio for drinks and BBQ while we recognize the Resident Award winners. It’s a great start to the conference – food, drink, and colleagues! And bring your dance moves! Featured entertainment by the band, Wild Horses. Friday –YPS Reception Sponsored by Sciton Saturday –YPS Luncheon Sponsored by Sientra Are you 42 years or younger? Or are you in the first five years of your practice? Then join theYPS Committee and meet your peers. Saturday –TSPS Cocktail Hour & Heritage Dinner Don’t miss this annual tradition! What a night to remember - a great meal, with colleagues and an entertaining speaker! Special Guest Speaker, Jerry Patterson,Texas Land Comissioner This event is included in CME registration. Guests must register for $75. Stay up-to-date with our MOBILE APP MEMBER PAPERS – GENERAL PLASTIC SURGERY Moderator: Clayton Moliver, MD – Webster 11:10am – 11:20am Onset and Duration of Intradermal Mixtures of Bupivacaine and Lidocaine with Epinephrine Raman C. Mahabir, MD – Temple 11:20am – 11:30am Use of Abdominal Field Block Injections with Liposomal Bupivacaine to Control Postoperative Pain After Abdominoplasty Rolando Morales, Jr., MD – Houston 1:30am – 11:40am Things I Have Learned to Improve Necklift Contours Hunt Neurohr, MD – Dallas 11:40am – 11:50am Improving Aesthetic Outcomes in Abdominoplasty Chris Patronella, MD – Houston 11:50am – 12:00pm Reducing Abdominoplasty Wound/ Infection Rate with the SCIP Protocol: 24 hours of Antibiotics is Sufficient Luis Rios, Jr. MD – Edinburg ✚ 12:00pm – 12:10pm Modified Cautery Tip and Dissection Technique for Subpectoral Breast Augmentation Thomas Wiener, MD – Houston 12:10am – 12:30pm Q&A 12:30pm Presentation of the YPS Award & Fox Award 12:40pm Meeting Adjourns
  8. 8. Hotel Amenites Relaxation and Entertainment Crooked River Water Park Cool off with a plunge down the two-story water slide to land in the 1,000 foot long Crooked River pool, or hit the beach for some sand castle architecture. Hop on an inner tube and float along the winding curves, around waterfalls and beautifully landscaped grounds. For a more quiet pool experience, soak in a hot tub, or simply enjoy the calm of the adult-only pool at our 405-acre hotel and resort. RenegadeTrailhead RenegadeTrailhead brings the joy of horseback riding to Hyatt Lost Pines guests, with a host of activities for the entire family.The rustic, lodge-like RenegadeTrailhead is located on resort property. • Horseback Riding • Trap Shooting • Archery • Bass Fishing McKinney Roughs Nature Park The resort backs up to the McKinney Roughs Nature Park whose staff provide a host of activities – guided and self-guided. • NatureTours • Star Gazing • Hiking and BikingTrails Woldfancer Golf Club Enjoy championship level services and facilities at our award-winning Texas golf resort. Recently named by Golfweek as one of the “Best Resort Courses” in 2012, our Austin-area golf resort reflects a respect for the historic land upon which it stands. Each player will find Wolfdancer a challenging yet satisfying experience. Enjoy all the amenities of our world-class golf club, including: • 18-hole, par 72 • 7,205 yard course, designed by Arthur Hills and Associates • 13-acre practice area and learning center • Short game area • Two putting greens • Clubhouse featuring Major Neighbors Grill • Wolfdancer Golf Shop,offering the latest trends and fashion in men’s and women’s apparel, cutting edge game improvement golf equipment and accessories.
  9. 9. Spa & Fitness Center Django Spa Escape to the indulgence of ourTexas spa resort. Overlooking the resort’s lush grounds, the spa retreat features 18,000 square feet of sheer relaxation. Named for the great guitar musician, Django Reinhardt, Spa Django intertwines his spirit and gypsy music with nature’s bounty, creating an Austin spa resort unrivaled for its offerings. To make an appointment please call 512-308-4789. Fitness Center The Fitness Center is available 24 hours a day for resort guests via guestroom key-card access. Hyatt Lost Pines Resort and Spa proudly offers StayFit™ Hyatt, featuring the following professional equipment: • LifeFitness Strength stations • Life Fitness cross trainers with an LCD screen with cableTV • Lifecycles with an LCD screen with cableTV • Treadmills with an LCD screen with cableTV • Gravitron machine • New dumbbells and weight rack Fitness Concierge Our Stay Fit concierge is on hand to assist you in acquiring any fitness gear you may need, including exercise wear, yoga mats and more.They can also supply you with detailed maps of running and walking trails, if you prefer to workout in the outdoors. Nightlife, Dining & Activities Stories - Fine Dining Taking its name from its second story perch overlooking stands of pecan trees and the golf course, Stories is an elegant retreat in which to celebrate special moments with savory cuisine and fine wine. In order to ensure guests with the freshest seasonal ingredients, menu offerings are subject to change each week. Gluten-free and vegetarian options are available. Hours: Please call Resort Reservations at 512-308-4860 to make a reservation or visit Dress Code: Business casual dress is recommended. Reservations: (512)308-4916 Firewheel Café – casual all-day dining Old Buck’s Place – full bar and café poolside Major Neighbors Grill – 19th hole, casual breakfast & lunch with full bar McDade’s Emporium and Ice Cream Saloon – snacks, drinks, sandwiches, gifts Sheller’s Barrelhouse Bar – full service bar, snack food and light meals Scribes Lounge – library-style lounge/bar just off the lobby
  10. 10. Driving Directions To/From Austin Bergstrom Airport (approx 20 miles/30 minutes): Exit airport, follow Hwy 71 East for approx 13 miles. Entrance to resort is immediate next left AFTER traffic light at Pope Bend Rd.Turn left onto main drive and follow three mile drive to the lobby entrance. From Bastrop Take Hwy 71 west for approx 9 miles. Main entrance to resort is immediate next right after McKinney Roughs Nature Park.Turn right onto main drive and follow three mile drive to lobby entrance. From Houston and Points East From the 610 Loop, take 290 west, 110 miles, passing through Brenham/Giddings to 21W (just past Paige).Turn left at 21W. Go approx 13 miles to Hwy 95 in Bastrop.Turn left at Hwy 95, .4 miles to Hwy 71.Turn right at Hwy 71 and travel 10.5 miles. Main entrance to resort is immediate next right after McKinney Roughs Nature Park.Turn right onto main drive and follow three mile drive to lobby entrance. From Dallas / Fort Worth and Points North Travel east on I-35 approx 60 miles. Merge onto I-35 South and follow approximately 103 miles to the Texas 130Toll Road.Travel S/E onTexas 130 approx 37 miles to the Hwy 71 exit.Travel east on Hwy 71 approx 10.5 miles. Main entrance to resort is immediate next left after traffic light at Pope Bend Rd.Turn left onto main drive and follow three mile drive to the lobby entrance. From San Antonio, San Marcos and Points South Follow I-35 North to Austin. Exit Ben White/Hwy 71 East. Stay on Hwy 71.The resort is approx 13 miles past the Austin- Bergstrom Airport. Main entrance to resort is immediate next left after traffic light at Pope Bend Rd.Turn left onto main drive and follow three mile drive to the lobby entrance. From Downtown Austin (approx 20 miles/30 minutes): Take 5th street east from downtown to I-35 South to Hwy 71 East. Stay on Hwy 71 East. Once past the Austin-Bergstrom Airport, the resort is approx 13 miles. Main entrance to resort is immediate next left after traffic light at Pope Bend Rd.Turn left onto main drive and follow three mile drive to the lobby entrance. 2013 Exhibitors(as of press time) ACell, Inc. API ProAssurance ASSI Surgical eClinical Works Hanson Medical Life Cell, Inc. Modernizing Medicine Sciton Synovis Micro Companies Alliance Texas Medical LiabilityTrust Austin Bastrop Colton Garfield Phelan Cedar Creek Austin Bergstorm International Airport Hyatt Lost Pines Hotel 304 21 I35 290 183 71 95
  11. 11. Name:_____________________________________________________________________________________________________ Guest’s Full Name:___________________________________________________________________________________________ Address:____________________________________________________________________________________________________ City:____________________________________________________State:_________________ Zip:___________________________ Phone:__________________________________________________Fax:________________________________________________ Email:______________________________________________________________________________________________________ General Meeting Registration Early Bird Fees On or After Sept. 1 TSPS Member/Pending Member Physician $250 $300 Resident Free Free Not aTSPS Member Non-Member Physician $350 $400 Non-Member Residents Free Free Allied Health Professional $175 $225 Spouse/Guest/ #____ x $75 #____ x $75 (Attendee Registration includes: handout materials, all continental breakfasts, coffee breaks, Award Dinner, Welcome Reception and the Business Meeting Breakfast. Spouse/Guest/Children Registration includes: Welcome Reception and Awards Dinner) **Please indicate what social functions you (the registered attendee) plan on attending.** Friday Resident Awards & Welcome Reception BBQ YPS Friday Reception (YPS members – 42 yrs. or younger) YPS Saturday Luncheon (YPS members - 42 yrs or younger) Saturday Heritage Dinner Sunday Business Meeting & Breakfast TOTAL AMOUNT DUE: $ Method Of Payment: Make checks payable to Texas Society of Plastic Surgeons. Credit card information: VISA MasterCard AMEX Card Number:______________________________________________________________ Security Code:_____________________ Name on card: _______________________________________________________Expiration Date:_________________________ Billing Address:______________________________________________________________________________________________ City:____________________________________________________State:_________________ Zip:___________________________ First Name Last Name Nickname (for name badge) First Name Last Name Nickname (for name badge) TSPS Offices • 401 West 15th St., Austin,TX 78701 • Fax:512-370-1626 • Phone: 512-370-1511 • TSPS 2013 Annual Meeting Registration September 27 – 29, 2013 • Hyatt Lost Pines Hotel • Bastrop, Texas Four Ways to Register! 1 Online – Register and pay online at 2 FAX – Fax form to (512) 370-1626. 3 Phone – Call TSPS offices at (512) 370-1511. 4 Mail – Mail form with payment to: TSPS Offices, 401 West 15th St., Austin, TX 78701
  12. 12. 401 W. 15th St. Austin,TX 78701-1680 First Class U.S. Postage PAID Austin, TX Permit No. 1787 Texas Society of Plastic Surgeons 2013 Annual Meeting Hyatt Lost Pines Hotel Bastrop, Texas September 27-29, 2013 2013 AnnualMeeting See you in Bastrop!