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INVITATION FROM THE CHAIRS                                             As the “evolution of facial plastic surgery” is the...
INVITED GUEST SPEAKERS                                                 TARGET AUDIENCE                                    ...
SCHEDULE-AT-A-GLANCE                     Most sessions will be held at the Wardman Park Marriott Hotel unless noted as “of...
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 20127:00am-7:30am    Introduction and Welcome                         1:15pm-2:45pm Concurrent Pan...
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 2012                                       SOCIAL EVENTS OF THE DAY4:30pm-5:20pm     Instruction C...
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 20127:00am-7:45am    Free Paper Presentations                           2:45pm-3:30pm   Break in Ex...
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 2012                                       SOCIAL EVENTS OF THE DAY5:30pm-6:20pm    Instruction Cou...
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 20127:00am-7:45am     Free Paper Presentations                          2:45pm-3:30pm   Break in the ...
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 2012                                              SOCIAL EVENTS OF THE DAY5:15pm-6:05pm     Instructi...
MASTERS SEMINARS 1-24Master’s SeminarsThis years Fall Meeting will feature a reinvention of the popular Masters Seminars. ...
INSTRUCTION COURSES 1-5IC01 Endonasal Treatment of the Boxy Nasal Tip                      clinical surgical correction of...
INSTRUCTION COURSES 6-10IC06 Refinement in Blepharoplasty-Achieving                           cosmetic and functional rest...
INSTRUCTION COURSES 11-16IC11 The Art of Facial Profiloplasty by                             IC14 Deciphering the Midface:...
INSTRUCTION COURSES 17-21IC17 Principles to Treat and Prevent Scars                               IC20 Handling Extensive ...
AAFPRS-Fall Meeting 2012
AAFPRS-Fall Meeting 2012
AAFPRS-Fall Meeting 2012
AAFPRS-Fall Meeting 2012
AAFPRS-Fall Meeting 2012
AAFPRS-Fall Meeting 2012
AAFPRS-Fall Meeting 2012
AAFPRS-Fall Meeting 2012
AAFPRS-Fall Meeting 2012
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AAFPRS-Fall Meeting 2012
AAFPRS-Fall Meeting 2012
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AAFPRS-Fall Meeting 2012
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  3. 3. INVITATION FROM THE CHAIRS As the “evolution of facial plastic surgery” is the primary theme of this meeting, we will also examine one timely perspective on We would like to welcome you back to the future of the field with a special session on facial transplan- our nations capital, Washington, D.C. tation. Special guests Bernard Deveachelle, MD, who performed as this years host city to the 47th the first face transplant in the world, and JP Meningaud, MD, Annual Fall Meeting of the American who has performed five procedures, will give the audience a Academy of Facial Plastic and Recon- perspective of where we stand now and what lies ahead. As a structive Surgery. The past, present and highlight of this session, we will have an appearance by actual future of this country have all evolved face transplant patients to put a face and a voice to the complex in the halls of this historical city. It is social and ethical arguments that surround this field. This will an ideal venue to share in the history of be the first time in an AAFPRS program that patients will shareCraig S. Murakami, MD our field, understand the state of the art their thoughts with us and it promises to be a memorable event. of the present, and look to the potential advances that lie ahead in facial plastic Thanks to our Academy president, Tom D. Wang, MD, our surgery. invited guest speakers will no doubt enhance this years meeting. Former AAFPRS president, colleague, and esteemed We have assembled one of the finest surgeon Ted A. Cook, MD, this years Gene Tardy Scholar, will groups of inter-disciplinary teaching deliver the Tardy lecture. The John Conley Lectureship will be faculty in AAFPRS history with a given by Nancy Etcoff, PhD, author of "Survival of the Pretti- diverse group of experts gathered from est." She is a psychologist and faculty member of the Harvard around the world. The central theme for Medical School and directs the Program in Aesthetics and Well-Daniel S. Alam, MD the meeting will be the Evolution of Being at the Massachusetts General Hospital Department of Facial Plastic Surgery. With presenta- Psychiatry. She conducts research on the perception of beauty, tions covering a wide range of diverse emotion and the brain and was our well-received Conleyand timely topics, this years meeting promises to continue the speaker in 2005. The Jack Anderson lecture will be delivered byAcademys 47-year tradition of teaching excellence. Regina Herzlinger, PhD, the Nancy R. McPherson Professor of Business Administration at the Harvard Business School. She isThe academic program is expansive and yet comprehensive. In widely recognized for her innovative research in health care andaddition to 13 panel sessions, 63 instruction courses, and four will be addressing the current state of health care in the U.S.workshops, the 24 Masters Seminars will highlight the technicalelements of a particular procedure in detail and emphasize the In addition to the physician-oriented educational offerings, thenuance and subtlety of individual masters in the field. The Organization of Facial Plastic Surgery Assistants (OFPSA), hasentire program has been based on the concept of video-based developed an outstanding two-day program catering to theeducation and visual learning. All of the faculty have been newly hired assistant and the veteran staff member alike. Dontencouraged to share technique and provide a foundation for miss this opportunity to reward your office staff while gettingparticipants to gain practical knowledge that they can immedi- the most out of your surgical practice.ately take back home to their practice. The facelift panel, forexample, will highlight seven unique surgeons who practice Finally, numerous social events and scores of exhibitorswidely varied techniques from the most minimally invasive to featuring the latest in facial products and services, round outthe most complex. Each will take the audience through the this years annual gathering.technical steps of a given procedure and its rationale. The twodistinct rhinoplasty panels will gather experts from across It has been our mission in organizing this meeting to bring youspecialties and from around the world to share their personal an outstanding and novel educational program which willperspective on the widely varied approaches to the nose. By provide attendees, both novice and experienced, practicalemphasizing the range of accepted techniques and collecting learning that they can take home with them.opinions across a wide spectrum, we hope to create a forum todiscuss controversy and cross-pollinate our knowledge. Late summer in Washington, D.C. brings beautiful weather and is the ideal time to enjoy all the city has to offer. Our luxuryThe plenary sessions cover the breadth of facial plastic surgery hotel, the Marriott Wardman Park, lies nestled in the heart of theand include: facelift, rhinoplasty, blepharoplasty, injectables citys cultural center neighboring the vibrant Dupont Circle andand volume augmentation, lasers and new technology, ethnic Adams Morgan neighborhoods. A conveniently located metro-and geographic variations in facial plastic surgery, marketing line stop abuts the hotel itself and provides a simple connectionand practice development, Mohs reconstruction, facial nerve, to all that Washington D.C. has to offer. The museums, history,microtia, cleft lip and palate, and more. and grandeur of the city are unrivalled. We hope you will share in this experience and we look forward to seeing you in Washington, D.C. 3
  4. 4. INVITED GUEST SPEAKERS TARGET AUDIENCE The meeting is offered for continuing medical education ofJack Anderson Lectureship medical students, residents, fellows, and practicing physiciansThe Academy is honored to have Regina (MDs and DOs) in the field of facial plastic and reconstructiveE. Herzlinger, PhD, as this year’s Jack surgery. The program is for physicians with all levels of experi-Anderson Lecturer. ence and covers aesthetic, reconstructive, and congenital issues Dr. Herzlinger is the Nancy R. relevant to this specialty.McPherson Professor of BusinessAdministration at the Harvard Business ACCREDITATION/CREDIT DESIGNATIONSchool. She was the first woman to be The AAFPRS Foundation is accredited by the Accreditationtenured and chaired at Harvard Business Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) toSchool. Dr. Herzlinger is widely recognized for her innovative provide continuing medical education for physicians. Theresearch in health care, including her early predictions of the AAFPRS Foundation designates this live activity for a maxi-unraveling of managed care and the rise of the consumer-driven mum of 36.25 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM. Physicians shouldhealth care, a term that she coined. All of her health care books claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of theirhave been best sellers in their categories. Dr. Herzlinger has participation in the activity.served on the Scientific Advisory Group to the U.S. Secretary ofthe Air Force and as a board member of many private and LEARNING OBJECTIVESpublicly-traded firms. The course directors, AAFPRS Foundation, and CME Commit- tee strive to formulate a program that is contemporary, unbi-John Conley Lectureship ased, and relevant. After attending the plenary sessions, theThe Academy is honored to have Nancy participant should be able to:Etcoff, MD, as this year’s John Conley E Properly evaluate the anatomy and understand the surgicalLecturer. options available for patients requesting facelift surgery. Dr. Etcoff is a faculty member of the E Detail the common and advanced surgical techniques used inHarvard Medical School and the Harvard facelift surgery.University Mind/Brain/Behavior E Perform many of these techniques and understand theirInitiative and a practicing psychologist indications using knowledge gained from this session.at the Massachusetts General Hospital Department of Psychiatry E Recognize and treat common facelift complications; andwhere she is the director of the Program in Aesthetics and Well- identify potential problems during the preoperative evaluationBeing. At Harvard, she teaches a course entitled, "The Science of to avoid many of these common pitfalls.Happiness." Dr. Etcoff has conducted research on the perception E Discern motivations and expectations in patients seekingof beauty, emotion, and the brain for over 15 years. In her book, facial rejuvenation and appropriately choose the optimalSurvival of the Prettiest, she refutes the social origins of beauty, surgical procedurein favor of far more prosaic and evolutionary explanations. E Discuss the ethical considerations relevant in facial transplan- tation surgeryGene Tardy Scholar E Recognize the basic surgical principles involved in compos-Our Gene Tardy Scholar this year is ite allograft transplantationAAFPRS past president and active E Display a reasoned understanding of patient selection/member, Ted A. Cook, MD. inclusion in face transplant protocols Dr. Cook, an Oregonian, graduated E Recognize the staging and classification of microtia deformi-from Willamette University and received ties and the surgical treatment options currently available.his medical degree from Baylor College E Compare and contrast the technical details of both the Nagataof Medicine. He interned at the Stanford technique with rib grafting or reconstruction using alloplasticHospital in San Francisco, then spent four years in the U.S. Navy implants and manage postoperative complications that ariseas a flight surgeon. He then completed a residency in otolaryn- using both of these techniquesgology at Baylor, and did fellowship training in facial plastic E Evaluate and manage patients with cleft deformities, focusingand reconstructive surgery in Tampa, Florida and Boston. on the principles of surgical repair, its timing, and the long term He practiced in Spokane, Washington, as a faculty member follow up of these patients.of the University of Washington Medical School from 1973 until E Examine and evaluate patients seeking periocular rejuvena-1982. In 1982, he joined the faculty at OHSU and was chair of the tion and formulate a treatment plan with a combination ofOTO-HNS department from 2006 to 2010, and retired to part time standard surgical and non surgical techniquesin 2010. His practice, limited to facial plastic and reconstructive E Explain the management of the eye in facial nerve paralysissurgery, involves all aspects of repair of congenital, traumatic E Discuss the varying surgical techniques available for surgicaland cancer defects of the face. rehabilitation of the midface in patients with facial nerve Past president of both the American Academy of Facial paralysisPlastic and Reconstructive Surgery and the International E Explain local flap physiology and planningFederation of Facial Plastic Surgery Societies, he is a nationally E Select the proper reconstructive flap selection for complexand internationally recognized speaker and writer on all aspects Mohs skin cancer defects. Individual algorithms for specificof cosmetic and reconstructive plastic surgery of the face. defects will be discussed4
  5. 5. SCHEDULE-AT-A-GLANCE Most sessions will be held at the Wardman Park Marriott Hotel unless noted as “off-site.”TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 2012 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 20126:30am - 3:00pm Committee Meetings 6:00am - 7:00am Breakfast: Speed Discussions with Exhibitors3:00pm - 11:00pm AAFPRS and Foundation Board Meetings (Advanced sign-up required) 7:00am - 11:30am General SessionWEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 2012 7:00am Free Paper Presentations7:30am - 12:15pm General Session 7:45am Rhinoplasty Session/Panel 7:30am Facelift Session/Panel 10:30am Jack Anderson Lectureship 11:00am Research Grants and Awards Regina Herzlinger, PhD 11:15am Gene Tardy Scholar 11:15am ABFPRS Awards Ted A. Cook, MD 11:30am - 12:15pm Masters Seminars Noon Outgoing President’s Address 12:15pm - 1:15pm Lunch in the Exhibit Hall12:15pm - 1:15pm Lunch in the Exhibit Hall 12:15pm - 1:15pm Fellowship Directors Lunch12:15pm - 1:15pm Women in Facial Plastic Surgery Luncheon 1:15pm - 2:30pm Concurrent Panels1:15pm - 2:45pm Concurrent panels 3:30pm - 4:15pm Master Seminars1:15pm - 4:30pm Injectables and Fillers Workshop 3:30pm - 6:30pm Laser and Light Therapy Workshop3:30pm - 6:30pm Instruction Courses 4:30pm - 6:30pm Instruction Courses6:30pm - 8:00pm Welcome Reception in the Exhibit Hall 7:30pm - 11:00pm Founders Club (Off-site)7:30pm - 11:00pm Past Presidents Dinner (Off-site) (By Invitation Only) (By Invitation Only) FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 2012 7:00am - 11:30am General Session 7:00am Free Paper Presentations FACULTY-AT-A-GLANCE 7:45am Face Transplantation Session/Panel (Tentative list) 9:15am Business Meeting and Elections Invited speakers for panels and masters seminars 10:00am Incoming President’s Address 10:45am John Conley Lectureship Peter A. Adamson, MD E. Gaylon McCollough, MD Nancy L. Etcoff, MD Babak Azizzadeh, MD John Paul Meningaud, MD 11:30am - 12:15pm Masters Seminars Shan R. Baker, MD Harry Mittelman MD Kofi Boahene, MD Steve R. Mobley, MD Noon - 2:00pm Spouses Inaugural Luncheon (Off-site) Gary Burget, MD Sam P. Most, MD 12:15pm - 1:15pm Lunch in the Exhibit Hall Pietro Palma, MD 12:15pm - 1:15pm Academic Practice Luncheon Patrick J. Byrne, MD Paul J. Carniol, MD Ira D. Papel, MD 1:15pm - 2:30pm Concurrent Panels Roxana Cobo, MD Norman J. Pastorek, MD 3:30pm - 4:15pm Master Seminars Mark Constantian, MD Steven J. Pearlman, MD 3:30pm - 6:05pm Instruction Courses Minas Constantinides, MD Vito C. Quatela, MD 3:30pm - 6:05pm Microtia Workshop Richard E. Davis, MD John Reinisch, MD Steven Dayan, MD John S. Rhee, MD 7:00pm - 10:00pm Capital Campaign Gala Reception (Off-site) Tom Romo, III, MD (By Invitation Only) Bernard Devauchelle, MD Jeffrey S. Epstein, MD David A. Sherris, MD SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 2012 Rebecca Fitzgerald, MD Kathy Sie, MD Bridge-Day Michael Fritz MD Robert L. Simons, MD 7:00am - 8:00am AAFPRS Board Meeting Tessa A. Hadlock, MD Jonathan M. Sykes, MD 8:00am - Noon Microvascular Reconstruction Workshop J. David Kriet, MD Sherard A. Tatum, MD (Off-site) Westin City Center Hotel Keith A. LaFerriere, MD Sylvie Testelin, MD Wayne F. Larrabee, Jr., MD Dean M. Toriumi, MD 9:00am - Noon ABFPRS Board Meeting J. William Little, MD Gilbert Nolst Trenité, MD 1:00pm - 7:00pm Essentials in Facial Plastic Surgery and Corey S. Maas, MD Tom D. Wang, MD Residents Reception Ralph Magritz, MD Edwin F. Williams, III, MD (Off-site) Westin City Center Hotel Devinder S. Mangat, MD Mike Wilton, MD Guy Massry, MD 2:00pm - 4:00pm IFFPSS Board Meeting 8:00pm -11:00pm IFFPSS Board Dinner (Off-site) (By Invitation Only) 5
  6. 6. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 20127:00am-7:30am Introduction and Welcome 1:15pm-2:45pm Concurrent Panels CP1-CP2 Craig S. Murakami, MD and Daniel S. Alam, MD CP1 How Ethnic and Cultural Variations Determine Outcomes and Patient Satisfaction in Facial Plastic7:30am-9:30am Facelift Panel Surgery The Evolution of Facelift Technique Moderator: Roxana Cobo, MD Future and Advances in Face Lifting Panelists: Jaime Fandino, MD; Monte O. Harris, MD; Moderator: Peter A. Adamson, MD Mohsen Naghrani, MD; and Jose Antonio Patrocinio, The Practical Implementation of a Condition- MD Specific Facelift Classification System This panel will cover variations in technique and E. Gaylon McCollough, MD patient management in patients of Latin American, Vertical SMAS Elevation and Multilevel Middle Eastern, African American and Asian decent. Approach to the Mid Face and Rhytidectomy CP2 Internet Marketing: An Evidenced-based William J. Binder, MD Approach, Hard Facts, No Fluff (Not a CME Activity) The Deep Plane Facelift Moderator: Steven J. Pearlman, MD Norman J. Pastorek, MD Panelists: Steven H. Dayan, MD; Jeffrey S. Epstein, The Extended Pursestring Facelift: Indications MD; Robert Baxter; Denise Mann; Tom Seery; and and Limitations Mike Wilton John L. Frodel, Jr., MD Internet marketing management is found on the Integrating Face Lifting and Volume program for virtually every meeting. However, which for Facial Rejuvenation strategies really work and which dont? This unique Mark J. Glasgold, MD panel will challenge experts to back up their Complementing Traditional Surgical marketing advice with facts and demonstrate ROI. Approaches with Injectable Agents - Anatomy Based Matrix 1:15pm-4:30pm Injectables and Fillers Workshop Z. Paul Lorenc, MD (See schedule on page 26) Which Facelift Technique for Which Patient Moderator: Babbak Azizzadeh, MD Vito C. Quatela, MD 2:45pm-3:30pm Break in Exhibit Hall9:30am-10:15am Break in the Exhibit Hall 3:30pm-4:20pm Instruction Courses IC1-IC910:15am-11:00am The Paramedian Lift: Reshaping the Aging (See description on pages 13-14) Face in the Superficial Subcutaneous Plane IC01 Boxy Nasal Tip - Endonasal Approaches J. William Little, MD Alireza Mesbahi, MD11:00am-11:15am Research Grants and Awards IC02 Nasal Surgery on the Geriatric Patient Stewart C. Little, MD; Fred J. Stucker, MD;11:15am-Noon Gene Tardy Scholar and Timothy Lian, MD “... And Reconstructive Surgery” IC03 Computer Virtual Surgical Treatment Planning in Ted A. Cook, MD Facial and Jaw Correction Bruce Kuhn, MD and Katie Weimer ,MSNoon-12:15pm Outgoing President’s Address IC04 Lower Blepharoplasty Using Fat Repositioning Tom D. Wang, MD and Simultaneous Peri-orbital Fat Grafting Timothy R. Miller, MD12:15pm-1:15pm Lunch in the Exhibit Hall IC05 The Scientific Approach to Marketing Effectiveness Women in Facial Plastic Surgery Luncheon (Not a CME Activity) Jeffrey Spiegel, MD IC06 Refinement in Blepharoplasty: Achieving Consistent Results Jill Hessler, MD and Gregory H. Branham, MD IC07 The Science of Beauty Steven H. Dayan, MD IC08 Reconstruction of Partial Auricular Defects from Trauma to Cancer Gregory J. Renner, MD and David Chang, MD IC09 Update on Vascular Anomalies Marcelo Hochman, MD6
  7. 7. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 2012 SOCIAL EVENTS OF THE DAY4:30pm-5:20pm Instruction Courses IC10-IC18 Women in Facial Plastic Surgery Luncheon (See description on pages 14-16) All registered attendees are invited to attend the luncheon IC10 Deep Plane Rhytidectomy sponsored by the Women in Facial Plastc Surgery Committee on Neil A. Gordon, MD and David B. Rosenberg, MD Wednesday, September 5, 2012 from 12:15pm to 1:15pm. There is IC11 The Art of Facial Profiloplasty by no fee to attend, but registration is required. Rhinogenioplasty Mohsen Naraghi, MD Welcome Reception IC12 African American Rhinoplasty Kofi Boahene, MD; Ifeolumipo Sofola, MD; and All registered attendees are invited to the Welcome Reception Javier Dibidox, MD on Wednesday, September 5, 2012 from 6:30pm to 8:00pm in the IC13 Microtia: Critical Evaluation of Factors to Exhibit Hall. This will be an opportunity for you to mingle with Improve Outcomes in the Nagata Technique your colleagues and meet and greet some new ones as well as Jennifer Kim, MD; Ritvik Mehta, MD; and discover what the exhibitors have brought to our exhibition. Scott Thompson, MD Guests and spouses who are not registered for the meeting may IC14 Deciphering the Midface: Fillers, Midface Lift to purchase a ticket to attend the Welcome Reception. Blepharoplasty? Fred G. Fedok, MD and Phillip R. Langsdon, MD Past Presidents’ Dinner IC15 The First Year in Practice A dinner for all AAFPRS past presidents will be held off-site on Kim Donnellan, MD; Waleed Ezzat, MD; Roxanna Wednesday, September 5, 2012 from 7:30pm to 11:00pm, and is by Baratelli, MD; and Jess Prischmann, MD invitation only. IC16 Functional Rhinoplasty: A Systematic Approach to Preoperative Evaluation Benjamin W. Cilento, MD and Daniel A. Larson, MD EXHIBITION IC17 Principles to Treat and Prevent Scars The exhibition will be at the Wardman Park Marriott Hotel David B. Hom, MD and will have nearly 100 companies featuring their latest IC18 War Time Facial Trauma in Bagram Afghanistan products and technology. All breaks and lunches, as well as Carlos Ayala, MD and Jose Barerra, MD the Welcome Reception, will be held in the Exhibit Hall to5:30pm-6:20pm Instruction Courses IC19-IC27 maximize your time with our loyal exhibitors. The Exhibit (See description on pages 16-18) Hall will be open starting on Wednesday, September 5, 2012 IC19 Hair Restoration: Integrating Hair Restoration and ending on Friday, September 7, 2012. The Exhibit Hall into a Facial Plastic Surgery Practice will close promptly after the afternoon break on Friday. John Bitner, MD; Jeffrey S. Epstein, MD; and Lisa Ishii, Only registered physicians, spouses and guests will be MD admitted into the exhibit area. IC20 Handling Extensive Facial Soft Tissue and Skeletal Injuries Fred G. Fedok, MD; Phillip R. Langsdon, MD; AAFPRS Video Learning Center John L. Frodel, Jr., MD; and Krishna Patel, MD The Academy’s John Dickinson Memorial Library has over IC21 Archives of Facial Plastic Surgery Evolution: 300 DVDs on facial plastic and reconstructive surgery EBM, Web site and Apps procedures. The Video Learning Center will be in the Exhibit John S. Rhee, MD and Wayne F. Larrabee, Jr., MD Hall and you will have the opportunity to preview these IC22 Reconstruction of Complex Composite Facial DVDs before your purchase. Come check out the latest titles Defects including ptosis repair, MACS Lift, and functional and Michael Fritz, MD; Daniel Knott, MD; and Daniel S. cosmetic rhinoplasty. Alam, MD IC23 Revision Surgery in Cleft Lip and Cleft Lip Rhinoplasty Travis Tollesfon, MD and Jonathan M. Sykes, MD IC24 The Endoscopic Midface Anurag Agarwal, MD and Richard P. Maloney, MD IC25 iPad in the Facial Plastic Surgery Office Steven R. Mobley, MD and Daniel Givens, MD IC26 Laser Facial Skin Rejuvenation Mark Hamilton, MD and J. David Holcomb, MD IC27 Anatomic Rhinoplasty: A New Concept in Endonasal Tip Contouring Illustrated through Both 3-D Computer Animations and a Larger-than-Life Classroom Model of the Nasal Anatomy Geoffrey Tobias, MD6::30pm-8:00pm Welcome Reception in Exhibit Hall 7
  8. 8. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 20127:00am-7:45am Free Paper Presentations 2:45pm-3:30pm Break in Exhibit Hall (See paper titles and speakers on page 25) 3:30pm-4:15pm Masters Seminars MS07-MS127:45am-9:45am Rhinoplasty Panel MS07 Nasal Reconstruction A Rhinoplasty to Remember: Clinical Studies Gary Burget, MD in Diagnosis and Technique MS08 My Approach to Facelifts Moderator: Robert L. Simons, MD J. William Little, MD Panelists: Mark Constantian, MD; Dean M. MS09 Mastery of the Tip Without Grafting Toriumi, MD; and E. Gaylon McCollough, MD Robert L. Simons, MD MS10 Combination Based Chemical Peels: State of the9:45am-10:30am Break in the Exhibit Hall Art Devinder S. Mangat, MD10:30am-11:15am Jack R. Anderson Lectureship MS11 Managing the Aging Neck "From the Inside - Washingtons Current Keith A. LaFerriere, MD Health Care Agenda" MS12 Optimizing Long-Term Cosmetic and Regina Herzlinger, PhD Functional Outcomes in Tip Rhinoplasty Richard E. Davis, MD11:15am-11:30am ABFPRS Awards 3:30pm-6:30pm Laser and Light Therapy Workshop11:30am-12:15pm Masters Seminars MS01-MS06 (See schedule on page 27) MS01 Structure, Function and Contour in Rhinoplasty Moderator: Paul J. Carniol, MD Dean M. Toriumi, MD MS02 The Deep Vector Facelift 4:30pm-5:20pm Instruction Courses IC28-IC36 Wayne F. Larrabee, Jr., MD (See description on pages 18-20) MS03 Endonasal Rhinoplasty IC28 Fat Grafting for Facial Rejuvenation Norman J. Pastorek, MD Sam M. Lam, MD; Mark J. Glasgold, MD; and Robert MS04 Surgery of the Osseocartilaginous Vault A. Glasgold, MD Gilbert Nolst Trenité, MD IC29 Complicated Rhinoplasty: A Critical Review of MS05 Microtia Challenging Cases John Reinisch, MD Minas Constantinides, MD and Daniel G. Becker, MD MS06 Blepharoplasty with Ptosis Management IC30 The Anatomy of a Medical Malpractice Suit Guy Massry, MD E. Gaylon McCollough, MD IC31 The Systematic Approach to the Overprojected12:15pm-1:15pm Lunch in the Exhibit Hall Nose Fellowship Directors Lunch Fred G. Fedok, MD IC32 The Extended Purse-String Facelift1:15pm-2:30pm Concurrent Panels CP3-CP5 John L. Frodel, Jr., MD CP3 Eyelid and Midface Complex: Surgery vs IC33 Management of the Aging Upper Eyelid and Non Surgial Options Brow Complex Moderator: Norman J. Pastorek, MD Theda C. Kontis, MD and Elba Pacheco, MD Panelists: Guy Massry, MD and Vito C. Quatela, MD IC34 Evidence Based Face Lifting CP4 Controversies and Challenges in Microtia Andrew A. Jacono, MD Reconstruction IC35 Management of Septal Perforations Moderator: Tom Romo, III, MD Stephen Bansberg, MD Panelists: John Reinisch, MD; Ralph Magritz, MD; IC36 New Treatment Concepts of Cleft Nose Deformity and Kathleen Sie, MD Dong Hak Jung, MD Auricular reconstruction continues to challenge the surgical capabilities of facial plastic surgeons. Evolv- ing innovative techniques are reducing the technical requirements for successful auricular reconstruct- ion.Our international reconstructive surgeons will show their latest techniques in microtia reconstruction. CP5 Mohs Soft Tissue Reconstruction Moderator: Sam P. Most, MD Panelists: J. David Kriet, MD; David A. Sherris, MD; Steve R. Mobley, MD; Shan R. Baker, MD; and Gary Burget, MD This panel will examine large cheek defects, lower eyelid defects, lower lip defects, full thickness alar defects, and full thickness tip defects.8
  9. 9. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 2012 SOCIAL EVENTS OF THE DAY5:30pm-6:20pm Instruction Courses IC37-IC45 Speed Discussions with Exhibitors (See description on pages 20-21) Enjoy breakfast and great door prizes (iPad, free registration at IC37 Refinements in Endoscopic Brow Lifting the 2013 Rhinoplasty Meeting, Kindle Fire…to name just a few). Tom D. Wang, MD The breakfast is on Thursday, September 6, 2012 from 6:00am to IC38 The Best of Both Worlds: The Hybrid Rhinoplasty 7:00am. This is a great opportunity for you to meet our exhibitors David W. Kim, MD and Patrick J. Byrne, MD and have one-on-one face time with them. There is no fee for IC39 Which Local Flap to Use? this breakfast, but advanced registration is requiredrequired. Shan R. Baker, MD IC40 A Practical Approach to Incorporating Lasers into Fellowship Directors Luncheon a Facial Plastic Surgery Practice All AAFPRS fellowship directors are invited to a luncheon on R. James Koch, MD Thursday, September 6, 2012 from 12:15pm to 1:15pm. IC41 Advances in Microvascular Facial Reconstruction: Pushing the Boundaries Founders Club Dinner Michael Fritz, MD; Daniel Knott, MD; and A dinner for all Founders Club members will be held off-site on Daniel S. Alam, MD Thursday, September 6, 2012 from 7:30pm to 11:00pm, and is by IC42 Cosmetic Otoplasty invitation only. Peter A. Adamson, MD IC43 Management of Peri-nasal and Fronto-Orbital Deformities John L. Frodel, Jr., MD IC44 Endoscopic Face Lifting Tom Romo, III, MD IC45 Comprehensive Facial Paralysis Management Babak Azizzadeh, MD ; Guy Massry, MD; and Jacqueline Diels, OT III THE WARDMAN MARRIOTT PARK MEETING SITE AND HOTEL INFORMATION Discover the perfect balance of landmark charm, modern Washington Marriott Wardman Park Hotel sophistication, and a historic setting at the Wardman Park 2660 Woodley Road, NW, Washington, DC 20008 Marriott Hotel. Spanning 16 lush acres of flowering plants General Phone (202) 328-2000 and meticulously manicured gardens, this inviting luxury General Fax (202) 234-0015 hotel boasts a storied guest list of U.S. presidents and The meeting will be held at the Washington Marriott dignitaries. Tucked away in a leafy residential neighbor- Wardman Park Hotel. Rooms have been blocked for hood near the National Zoo, D.C., the Washington AAFPRS attendees and the special discounted rate is $199.00 Marriott Wardman has lovely grounds, a fitness center, a single occupancy, $219.00 double occupancy. Be sure to heated swimming pool and sundeck, and pleasant indicate that you are a part of the American Academy of common areas. Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery event to get the special room rate. Please call the hotel directly to make The biggest attraction is the 163-acre National Zoo and its your reservations at (800) 228-9290, or (202) 328-2000. beloved giant pandas. Theres also a great restaurant scene right around the Metro stop. Adams Morgan neighbor- hood is less than a mile away, and Dupont Circle is one Red Line Metro stop away. It is four miles to Union Station (20-minute cab ride; $10 to $15). The closest Metro stop, Woodley Park-Zoo/Adams Morgan, is almost on the doorstep of the hotel. It is eight miles from Reagan National Airport (30-minute cab ride) and about 30 miles from Dulles Airport (45-minute cab ride). It is two miles to the White House; three miles to the center of the Mall; 3.5 miles to the Smithsonian Institution; and four miles to the U.S. Capitol. September is the best time to visit Washington, D.C. as the weather starts to cool off and it is still pleasant enough to be outdoors. 9
  10. 10. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 20127:00am-7:45am Free Paper Presentations 2:45pm-3:30pm Break in the Exhibit Hall (See paper titles and speakers on page 25-26) 3:30pm-4:15pm Masters Seminars MS19-MS247:45am-9:15am Facial Transplantation Panel MS19 Brow Lifting: Understanding the Aesthetics and What Have We Learned and What Lies Options Ahead? Perspectives from Both the Surgeon Jonathan M. Sykes, MD and the Patient MS20 Modification and Refinement of the Nasal Tip Moderator: Daniel S. Alam, MD Peter A. Adamson, MD Panelists: Bernard Deavechelle, MD and MS21 Hair Transplantation Jean Paul Meningaud, MD TBD MS22 Combination Approaches to Chemodevervation9:15am-10:00am AAFPRS Business Meeting and Elections Corey S. Maas, MD MS23 Facial Implants: State of the Art10:00am-10:15am Incoming Presidents Address Harry Mittelman MD Robert M. Kellman, MD MS24 Endoscopic Midface Lift Vito C. Quatela, MD10:15am-10:45am Break in Exhibit Hall 4:15pm-5:05pm Instruction Courses IC46-IC5410:45am-11:30am John Conley Lectureship (See description on pages 21-23) “New Findings in the Cognitive Affective IC46 Principles of Nasal Reconstruction Neuroscience of Beauty” Shan R. Baker, MD Nancy L. Etcoff, MD IC47 Basic Principles of Cleft Lip and Palate Management11:30am-12:15pm Masters Seminars MS13-MS18 Tom D. Wang, MD and Adam Terella, MD MS13 My Facelift Evolution: Less is More IC48 Rejuvenation of the Aging Neck: Tom D. Wang, MD A Comprehensive Look MS14 Facial/Periorbital Volume Restoration Gregory S. Keller, MD Rebecca Fitzgerald, MD IC49 Management of the Middle Vault in Endonasal MS15 The Future of Facelift Surgery: Implementation Rhinoplasty of a Condition-Specific Classification Fred G. Fedok, MD E. Gaylon McCollough, MD IC50 Hair Transplantation MS16 Making Rhinoplasty Make Sense Sam M. Lam, MD Mark Constantian, MD IC51 Thrive: Pearls to Prosper in Any Economy MS17 TBD Steven H. Dayan, MD and Tracy Drumm Edwin F. Williams, III, MD IC52 Comprehensive Approach to the 3D Lower MS18 Management of the Crooked Nose Blepharoplasty Pietro Palma, MD Tanuj Nakra, MD IC53 Seven Critical Steps - The Crooked Nose AlgorithmNoon-2:00pm Spouses Inaugural Luncheon (Off-site) Benjamin C. Marcus, MD and Travis T. Tollefson, MD12:15pm-1:15pm Lunch in the Exhibit Hall IC54 Emerging Trends Forum--New Technologies Academic Practice Lunch Andrew A. Campbell, MD1:15pm-2:30pm Concurrent Panels CP6-CP8 3:30pm-6:05pm Microtia Workshop CP6 Rhinoplasty Problems and Disasters Craig S. Murakami, MD; Ralph Magritz, MD; Minas Constantinides, MD; Ira D. Papel, MD; Tom Romo, III, MD; Kathleen Sie, MD; John S. Rhee, MD; and Pietro Palma, MD and Bryan Ambro, MD CP7 Management of Cleft Related Deformities (There is no fee for this workshop, but Moderator: Sherard A. Tatum, MD advanced registration is required.) Panelists: Lamont Jones, MD; Craig Senders, MD; (See description on page 27) Kathleen Sie, MD; and Travis Tollefson, MD The objectives of this panel are to provide a framework for the habilitation of the cleft lip and palate patient from birth through the preteen years. Topics include primary lip and palate repair, velopharyngeal insuffi- ciency correction, and alveolar bone grafting. CP8 Facial Nerve Moderator: Michael Fritz MD Panelists: Tessa A. Hadlock, MD; Kofi Boahene, MD; and Patrick J. Byrne, MD10
  11. 11. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 2012 SOCIAL EVENTS OF THE DAY5:15pm-6:05pm Instruction Courses IC55-IC62 Academic Practice Luncheon (See description on pages 23-24) All AAFPRS members in an academic practice are invited to IC55 Browplasty: Alternative Surgical Approaches attend this luncheon, Friday, September 7, 2012 from 12:15pm to Shan R. Baker, MD 1:15pm. There is no fee to attend, but advanced registra- IC56 Office-based Surgical Procedures: What is required. tion is required Feasible, Effective and Safe R. James Koch, MD Spouses Inaugural Luncheon IC57 The Modified Phenol-Croton Peel The Spouses Committee invites you to their "Inaugural Lun- James R. Shire, MD and Edwin A. Cortez, MD cheon" on Friday, September 7, 2012 from Noon to 2:00 pm at The IC58 Increasing Patient Safety and Avoiding Washington Club--once the temporary White House for the Complications with Injectable Fillers and Neurotoxins Coolidges (see photo below). Enjoy a short tour and leisurely Theda C. Kontis, MD luncheon with old and new acquaintances. Please see the IC59 Peri-Orbital Manipulation of Brow Musculature registration form to sign up. through the Trans-Bleph Approach Phillip R. Langsdon, MD IC60 Using Evidence-Based Medicine to Evaluate Nasal Airway Obstruction Lisa M. Ishii, MD; Paul Leong, MD; and Travis T. Tollefson, MD IC61 New Applications and Practices in Microvascular Surgery Tamer Ghanem, MD and Mark Wax, MD IC62 Mitigating Skin Aging with Cosmeceuticals Jennifer Linder, MD The Washington Club will be the venueSATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 2012 for the AAFPRS Spouses Luncheon.(Off-site) Westin City Center Hotel Capital Campaign Gala Reception8:00am-Noon Microvascular Reconstruction Workshop The National Steering Committee cordially invites you to This session will be a multidisciplinary celebrate the successful culmination of The Many Faces ofgathering of over 20 experts in the field of microvascular Generosity Campaigns Gala Reception on Friday, September 7,reconstruction including head and neck oncologists, facial 2012 from 7:00pm to 10:00pm at a historical venue in Washington,plastic surgeons, and oral and maxilofacial surgeons. The DC.content will be presented in short pertinent lectures and eachpresenter will discuss the state of the art in facial reconstruction Guests will learn firsthand concerning the implementation ofand the latest advances in free flap surgery across a broad range each of the three key projects for which the funds have beenof topics. Residents, fellows and practitioners interested in raised. The Gala Reception will be the place where members andcomplex facial reconstruction are encouraged to attend this corporations will be acknowledged for their tremendous supportunique interdisciplinary gathering. The format will allow a of this unprecedented endeavor.forum to share ideas in an interactive way with colleagues acrosssister specialities. (Personal invitations will be sent to all who have donated to the campaign. If you have not donated, there is still time. Contact1:00pm-6:00pm Essentials in Facial Plastic Surgery Seminar Ann Jenne at the AAFPRS office, aholton@aafprs.org. (See schedule on page 25)6:00pm-7:00pm Residents Reception Immediately following the Essentials in Facial Plastic Surgery Course is a reception for all residents. 11
  12. 12. MASTERS SEMINARS 1-24Master’s SeminarsThis years Fall Meeting will feature a reinvention of the popular Masters Seminars. The new and improved seminars should satisfyeach participant’s desire for more technical guidance and stepwise instruction from master surgeons with years of experience. Theseclear and precise sessions will provide practical knowledge that participants will find immediately useful in their daily practices,from 24 experts in the field of facial plastic surgery across a number of disciplines.Each Master’s Seminar will take the participant through the comprehensive evaluation of a patient, the surgical planning, and theexecution of surgical procedures in a video intensive format. Unlike the traditional instruction course that covers a topic globally,these sessions will be intensely focused on the technical aspects of a surgical procedure from start to finish. The experience shouldfeel like being with the masters while they perform the intricate details of their craft. Instead of traveling the world to watch thesesurgeons, you will find them under one roof at this meeting! The sessions will end with time to engage in dialogue in an interactiveand personal format. MS01 Structure, Function and Contour in MS14 Facial/Periorbital Volume Restoration Rhinoplasty Rebecca Fitzgerald, MD Dean M. Toriumi, MD MS15 The Future of Facelift Surgery: Implementation MS02 Face Lifting of a Condition-Specific Classification Wayne F. Larrabee, Jr., MD E. Gaylon McCollough, MD MS03 Endonasal Rhinoplasty MS16 Making Rhinoplasty Make Sense Norman J. Pastorek, MD Mark Constantian, MD MS04 Surgery of the Osseocartilaginous Vault MS17 TBD Gilbert Nolst Trenité, MD Edwin F. Williams, III, MD MS05 Microtia MS18 Management of the Crooked Nose John Reinisch, MD Pietro Palma, MD MS06 Blepharoplasty with Ptosis Management MS19 Brow Lifting: Understanding the Aesthetics and Guy Massry, MD Options MS07 Nasal Reconstruction Jonathan M. Sykes, MD Gary Burget, MD MS20 Modification and Refinement of the Nasal Tip MS08 My Approach to Facelifts Peter A. Adamson, MD J. William Little, MD MS21 Hair Transplantation MS09 Mastery of the Tip Without Grafting TBD Robert L. Simons, MD MS22 Combination Approaches to Chemodevervation MS10 Combination Based Chemical Peels: State of the Corey S. Maas, MD Art MS23 Facial Implants: State of the Art Devinder S. Mangat, MD Harry Mittelman MD MS11 Managing the Aging Neck MS24 Endoscopic Midface Lift Keith A. LaFerriere, MD Vito C. Quatela, MD MS12 Optimizing Long-Term Cosmetic and Functional Outcomes in Tip Rhinoplasty Richard E. Davis, MD MS13 My Facelift Evolution: Less is More Tom D. Wang, MD The United States Capitol Building in Washington, D.C., is among the most architecturally impressive and symbolically important buildings in the world. It has housed the meeting chambers of the Senate and the House of Representatives for over two centuries. Begun in 1793, the Capitol building has been built, burnt, rebuilt, extended, and restored; today, it stands as a monument not only to its builders but also to the American people and their government.12
  13. 13. INSTRUCTION COURSES 1-5IC01 Endonasal Treatment of the Boxy Nasal Tip clinical surgical correction of the jaw and facial deformities;Alireza Mesbahi, MD and 3) transform orthognathic and bony facial correctionTarget Audience: Advanced thought process from 2-dimentional plaster planning andCore Competencies: Interpersonal and Communication preparation to a 3-dimentional virtual CAD CAM planning andSkills, Practice-based Learning and Improvement, preparation algorhythm.ProfessionalismLevel of Evidence: Case Series, Expert Opinion IC04 Lower Blepharoplasty Using Fat RepositioningSummary: Boxy nasal tip is very common in middle eastern and Simultaneous Peri-orbital Fat Graftingrhinoplasty operation . The treatment of this problem is very Timothy R. Miller, MDimportant to achieve a good long-lasting result. This course Target Audience Practicing Physician Audience:will discuss the different techniques that used for the treatment Core Competencies : (Medical Knowledge, Patient Care,of patients presenting with the boxy nasal tip examining the Practice-based Learning and Improvement)appropriate technique for each patient group. Level of Evidence Case Series Evidence:Learning Objectives: At the conclusion of this course, the Summary The aging peri-orbital area is a common area of Summary:participant should be able to: 1) diagnose boxy nasal tip and concern to patients. Older and common techniques used todescribe different techniques to correct this problem with rejuvenate this area often leave the patient with a noticeableendonasal approach; and 2) minimize destruction of tip change but not “aesthetically” improved. That is, often tired,cartilage in treatment of the boxy nasal tip. sad appearing eyes are transformed into hollowed, older looking eyes. This course will illustrate, through long-termIC02 Nasal Surgery on the Geriatric Patient follow-up photographs and intra-operative video clips, how fatStewart C. Little, MD; Timothy Liam, MD; and Fred J. Stucker, preservation using fat repositioning lower blepharoplasty withMD simultaneous circumferential peri-orbital fat grafting canTarget Audience Practicing Physician Audience: achieve consistent, reproducible, and superior results. TheCore Competencies Medical Knowledge, Patient Care, Competencies: technical surgical details will also be presented to benefitPractice-based Learning and Improvement surgeons toward performing these techniques safely.Level of Evidence: Case Series, Expert Opinion, Individual Evidence Learning Objectives At the conclusion of this course, the Objectives:case - control studies participant should be able to: 1) explain the importance of fatSummary This didactic course details the aging nose withSummary: preservation and augmentation of the peri-orbital area; 2)special emphasis on diagnosis and treatment of the ptotic nasal display familiarity with applying fat repositioning lowertip, nasal collapse with valve compromise, revision rhinoplasty blepharoplasty and peri-orbital fat augmentation; 3) discuss toon the elderly, and rhinophyma. The basis of the course is a their patients the benefits of fat preservation and augmentationreview of over 400 patients over 60 years of age who underwent of the peri-orbital area; and 4) detail the technical surgicalreconstructive and/or cosmetic nasal surgery. aspects of fat repositioning lower blepharoplasty and fatLearning Objectives At the conclusion of this course, the Objectives: augmentation, and begin implementing these technique intoparticipant should be able to: 1) recognize the specific their practice.functional and cosmetic challenges inherent in treating elderlypatients with nasal complaints and avoid the associated IC05 The Scientific Approach to Marketingsurgical pitfalls; and 2) incorporate new techniques to Effectivenessadequately address the treatment of rhinophyma, nasal ptosis, (Not a CME Activity)nasal valve collapse, and revision rhinoplasty in the geriatric Jeffrey Spiegel, MD and Candace Qwuinnpopulation. Target Audience Practicing Physician Audience: Core Competencies Interpersonal and Communication Competencies:IC03 Computer Virtual Surgical Treatment Planning in Skills, Systems-based PracticeFacial and Jaw Correction Level of Evidence Case Series, Expert Opinion, Systematic Evidence:Bruce Kuhn, MD, Katie Weimer, MS Review of Cohort trialTarget Audience Advanced Audience: Summary This course will review consumer purchasing Summary:Core Competencies Interpersonal and Communication Competencies: behaviors for healthcare, with particular emphasis on plasticSkills, Medical Knowledge, Patient Care, Practice-based surgery services. The instructors have conducted research intoLearning and Improvement marketing effectiveness for print advertisement layout whichLevel of Evidence: Case Series, Expert Opinion Evidence has direct applicability to the design of any visualSummary Course will cover 3-dimensional facial and skeletalSummary: representation of your practice (e.g. newspaper and magazineanalysis. The presentation will discuss diagnosis, planning, and placements, brochures, and digital media). Specifically we willtreatment of facial disharmonies with an emphasis on demonstrate how ad-testing can maximize the ROI for yourasymmetries via hard and soft tissue correction. We will give advertising expenditures.real time demonstration of virtual planning and case series to Learning Objectives At the conclusion of this course, the Objectives:support improvement in diagnostic and treatment accuracy. participant should be able to: 1) recognize how ad testing canThis technology decreases clinical time and laboratory advance your ROI; 2) discuss consumer behavior trends bypreparation time by 50% or greater alleviating the need for generation; 3) analyze the Role of Print in today’s very socialplaster model surgery. world; and 4) apply the scientific techniques they use toLearning Objectives At the conclusion of this course, the Objectives: evaluate the effectiveness of medical advances to develop theparticipant should be able to: 1) discuss the difference between most effective advertisement possible for their practice.2 and 3 dimensional facial analysis; 2) recognize the accuracy ofvirtual 3-dimensional treatment planning and how it relates to 13
  14. 14. INSTRUCTION COURSES 6-10IC06 Refinement in Blepharoplasty-Achieving cosmetic and functional restoration of each part. Emphasis willConsistent Results be placed on those procedures that, in the instructors’Jill Hessler, MD and Gregory Branham, MD experience, are most reliable for specific reconstructiveCore Competencies Interpersonal and Communication Competencies: situations. Illustrative examples will be shown, withSkills, Medical Knowledge, Patient Care, Practice-based explanation of how each is selected and designed. TechniquesLearning and Improvement, Systems-based Practice will include use of skin and cartilage grafting, local andLevel of Evidence : Randomized Controlled Trial regional flaps, and reshaping of the auricular cartilage.Summary This course is intended to provide a review of upperSummary: Learning Objectives At the conclusion of this course, the Objectives:and lower lids blepharoplasty. We will review complicated participant should be able to: 1) select local flap and tissueeyelid anatomy and review favorable and unfavorable rearrangement options for repair of defects; and 2) incorporateblepharoplasty candidates. The appropriate surgical work-up cartilage grafting in the reconstructive armamentarium.will be emphasized. Surgical techniques and ways to avoidcomplications will be emphasized. Adjunctive procedures to IC09 Current Management of Hemangiomas andenhance surgical resents such as laser and fat transfer will also Malformations: An Opportunity for Facial Plasticbe presented SurgeonsLearning Objectives At the conclusion of this course, the Objectives: Marcelo Hochman, MDparticipant should be able to: 1) perform advanced assessment Target Audience: Practicing Physiciansof blepharoplasty candidates and determining the right surgical Core Competency Patient Care; Medical Knowledge Competency:approach for upper and lower eyelid blepharoplasty; and 2) Level of Evidence Expert Opinion; Literature Review Evidence:avoid complications in upper and lower blepharoplasty. Summary Vascular anomalies are mis-diagnosed 75% of the Summary: time leading to mis-management, patient morbidity and delayIC07 The Science of Beauty of treatment. Facial plastic surgeons are eminently positionedSteven H. Dayan to be at the center of the management of these patients.Target Audience Practicing Physician Audience: Treatment of hemangiomas and malformations in 2012 includesCore Competencies Interpersonal and Communication Competencies: medical therapy, laser procedures and surgery. Consensus inSkills, Medical Knowledge, Patient Care, Practice-based management schemes is evolving. The IC will focus onLearning and Improvement establishing an accurate diagnosis and the thought processes inLevel of Evidence: Case Series, Expert Opinion, Individual Evidence determining the best course of management to include allcase - control studies, Outcomes Research observational study available modalities. The IC will be weighted heavily towith defined variables and validated outcome assessment, clinically applicable information.Randomized Controlled Trial, Systematic Review of Learning Objectives At the conclusion of this course, the Objectives:Randomized Controlled Trial participant should be able to: 1) accurately differentiate andSummary:Summary The meaning of beauty, while ethereal in diagnose vascular anomalies; 2) be aware of the variousconception, has served as fodder for debate for some of modalities of treatment to include medical, laser and surgery;history’s greatest intellectuals. While philosophers from and 3) be aware of current recommendations for treatment andConfucius to Plato have postulated into its metaphysical realm, referral of vascular anomalies.perhaps a more utilitarian perspective has greater relevancy toaesthetic medicine. Beauty, from an evolutionary perspective, IC10 Deep Plane Rhytidectomy: Technicalis an adaptive trait integral to our species’ survival. The author Modifications, Nuances and Observations Over a 15describes the role of beauty as a subconscious form of year Experiencecommunication, signaling our health, vitality and, most Neil A. Gordon, MD and David Rosenberg, MDimportantly, our ability to produce viable offspring through a Target Audience Advanced Audience:series of clinical trials and case presentations. Core Competencies Medical Knowledge, Patient Care, Competencies:Learning Objectives At the conclusion of this course, the Objectives: Practice-based Learning and Improvementparticipant should be able to: 1) recognize the evolutionary Level of Evidence : Case Series, Expert Opinionforces that have shaped our modern understanding of beauty Summary Deep-plane rhytidectomy has undergone various Summary:and attraction; and 2) treat your patient within the underlying modifications which has lead to better soft tissue mobilizationevolutionary guidelines of beauty. and the ability to accurately diagnose and treat many complex aging issues. Drs. Gordon and Rosenberg exclusively utilizeIC08 Reconstruction of Partial Auricular Defects from this technique and each have over 15 years experience. TheyTrauma to Cancer will discuss the concepts of total platysma suspension, directGregory Renner, MD and David Chang, MD buccal fat pad treatment, hairline management, theTarget Audience Practicing Physician Audience: submandibular triangle, the necessity of maintaining aCore Competencies Interpersonal and Communication Competencies: composite flap as well as define methods to individualize theSkills, Medical Knowledge, Patient Care, Practice-based technique according to specific patient characteristicsLearning and Improvement Learning Objectives At the conclusion of this course, the Objectives:Level of Evidence: Case Series, Expert Opinion Evidence participant should be able to: 1) explain the concept of totalSummary Reconstruction of defects of the external ear canSummary: platysmal suspension and the anatomy of the cervical branch ofoften be very challenging, due to the intricate and unique the facial nerve; 2) define how the buccal fat pad contributes toshape of the native pinna. This course will present a variety of jowling and when and how it should be treated; 3) recognizereconstructive techniques that have proven very useful in when maintaining a composite flap is unnecessary; 4) analyzerestoration of various defects of the external ear. In this course, how to define a ptotic submandibular triangle contributes tothe pinna will be broken down to show defects of all principal neck laxity; and 5) define facial characteristics that influenceparts and what reconstructions are best suited to provide good incision placement and hairline management.14
  15. 15. INSTRUCTION COURSES 11-16IC11 The Art of Facial Profiloplasty by IC14 Deciphering the Midface: Fillers, Midface Lift toRhinogenioplasty Blepharoplasty?Mohsen Naraghi, MD Fred G. Fedok, MD and Phillip R. Langsdon, MDTarget Audience Fundamental Audience: Target Audience Practicing Physician Audience:Core Competencies Medical Knowledge, Patient Care, Competencies: Core Competencies Medical Knowledge, Patient Care Competencies:Practice-based Learning and Improvement Level of Evidence : Case Series, Expert OpinionLevel of Evidence Individual case-control studies Evidence: Summary Rejuvenation of the midface is a complex endeavor Summary:Summary The chin like the nose is in a prominent position onSummary: that reflects the complexity of the local anatomy and thethe face and plays very important role in facial profile. The myriad of corrective techniques that have been advocated. Inimportant relationship between the nose and chin may be this course, the authors will review current anatomic conceptsunderestimated by facial plastic surgeons who perform underlying the age related changes. A broad classificationrhinoplasty. In this course different nose and chin parameters scheme of abnormalities will be proposed and a suggested usecontributing to the facial profile harmony will be described. of surgical techniques for each characteristic will be presented.Chin analysis will be discussed according to the most The use of fillers, fat injection, implants, and the midface liftconsistent methods. Surgical techniques for chin advancement will be graphically presentedincluding alloplastic and osteoplastic advancement will be Learning Objectives At the conclusion of this course, the Objectives:discussed. High definition instructive videos of chin participant should be able to: 1) discuss current concepts ofadvancement procedure will be presented including tips to aging of the midface; Explain normal anatomy of the midface;prevent complications. Discussion on pre and post operative 2) select several surgical techniques for correction of midfacialresults of chin advancement with rhinoplasty will be the aging; and 3) determine the midface changes in their patientsexciting ending of the course. and propose safe, predictable management schemes.Learning Objectives At the conclusion of this course, the Objectives:participant should be able to: 1) explain the different nose and IC15 Lessons Learned from My First Year in Practicechin parameters contributing to the facial profile harmony; 2) Kimberly Donnellan, MD; Roxanna Baratelli, MD; Waleeddetect the specific facial pathology of the nose and chin in any Ezzaat, MD; and Jess Prischmann, MDpatient who is seeking correction of facial profile; and 3) apply Target Audience: Current fellows, Medical students, Youngdifferent surgical techniques for resolving facial profile facultydisharmony. Summary: We will review basics of contract negotiation, fundamentals of setting up a practice in either the private sectorIC12 African American Rhinoplasty or academic setting, and will review our experience withIfeolumipo Sofola, MD; Kofi Boahene, MD; and Javier marketing strategies. We will also discuss our decision toDibildox, MD choose academic versus a private practice model andSummary: Classification and management of the ethnic nose preparedness for independence in practice followingwith emphasis on the Mestizo and Platyrrhine noses. fellowship.Description of facial analysis, anatomy, aesthetic goals, trends Learning Objectives At the conclusion of this course, the Objectives:and challenges. Traditional and contemporary techniques in participant should be able to discuss the current job market andmanagement will be discussed. strategies for aligning yourself for employment early on in theLearning Objectives At the conclusion of this course, the Objectives: process.participant should be able to comfortably discuss the anatomy,facial analysis and comprehensive management of patients with IC16 Functional Rhinoplasty: A Systematic Approachthe Mestizo and Platyrrhine nose. to Preoperative Evaluation Benjamin Cilento, MD and Daniel A. Larson, MDIC13 Microtia Reconstruction Target Audience Fundamental Audience:Jennifer Kim MD; Scott Thompson, MD; and Ritvik Mehta, Core Competencies Patient Care Competencies:MD Level of Evidence Systematic Review of case-control Evidence:Summary A discussion in the evolution of techniques usedSummary: studiesfor microtia reconstruction using autogenous ribgraft. We will Summary To present the options available to assess patients Summary:discuss what we have learned from long term follow-up of over prior to undergoing functional rhinoplasty. We will review the100 patients using methods described by Brent, Nagata and potential sources of nasal dyspnea related to pathology theFirmin. A review of complicating factors will be discussed as internal and external nasal valves as well as the septum. Wewell as our current thoughts on what works and why. Surgical will then discuss how to diagnose these using a systematicpearls in rib harvest, framework carving, skin pocket elevation, evaluation, including a targeted physical exam. Using thislobule transposition, ear elevation stage will be discussed. information surgeons can improve preoperative counseling forLearning Objectives At the conclusion of this course, the Objectives: patients and surgeries can be designed to optimize outcomes.participant should be able to: 1) demonstrate the spectrum of Learning Objectives At the conclusion of this course, the Objectives:surgical techniques used in microtia reconstruction; 2) become participant should be able to perform a focused evaluation offamiliar with the preoperative assessment, surgical planning patients to determine the most likely source(s) of nasaland care of congenital microtia; and 3) be aware of a variety of dyspnea.reconstructive techniques for auricular defects. 15
  16. 16. INSTRUCTION COURSES 17-21IC17 Principles to Treat and Prevent Scars IC20 Handling Extensive Facial Soft Tissue andDavid B. Hom, MD Skeletal InjuriesTarget Audience Practicing Physician Audience: Fred G. Fedok, MD; Phillip R. Langsdon, MD; John L. Frodel,Core Competencies Medical Knowledge, Patient Care, Competencies: Jr., MD; and Krishna Patel, MDPractice-based Learning and Improvement Target Audience Practicing Physician Audience:Level of Evidence Outcomes Research observational study Evidence: Core Competencies Medical Knowledge, Patient Care, Competencies:with defined variables and validated outcome assessment Practice-based Learning and ImprovementSummary The management and treatment of skin scarsSummary: Level of Evidence : Case Series, Expert Opinioncontinues to be perplexing for the surgeon. As a wound heals, it Summary This course will discuss cases of extensive facial Summary:may be clinically difficult to determine if a scar will develop. trauma, from fractures to gunshot wounds. Presenters willThis course will describe the wound healing process of describe methods to handle extensive fractures; from re-scarring; the clinical ways to suspect if scarring will occur; and establishment of facial buttresses to handling palatal and otherdiscuss practical strategies for scar treatment. Case examples complicated unstable cases.will be given to discuss the optimal current modalities for Learning Objectives At the conclusion of this course, the Objectives:treatment ( Z-plasty, w-plasty, m-plasty, geometric closure, participant should be able to: 1) delineate the processesdermabrasion, and serial excision). In addition, the necessary to reconstruct the massively fractured patient; and 2)management of keloids and the current state of OTC topical explain the procedures required for total nasal reconstructiontreatments will also be discussed.Learning Objectives At the conclusion of this course, the Objectives: IC21 Archives of Facial Plastic Surgery Evolution:participant should be able to: 1) discuss the medical and EBM, Web site and Appssurgical modalities for treating a scar; 2) devise a plan to treat John S. Rhee, MD and Wayne F. Larrabee, Jr., MDscarring; and 3) recognize wounds that have a high likelihood Target Audience Fundamental Audience:of scarring. Core Competencies Interpersonal and Communication Competencies: Skills, Medical Knowledge, Practice-based Learning andIC18 War Time Facial Trauma in Bagram Afghanistan Improvement, Professionalism, Systems-based PracticeCarlos Ayala, MD and Jose Barerra, MD Level of Evidence Expert Opinion Evidence:Target Audience Advanced Audience: Summary Archives of Facial Plastic Surgery, the official Summary:Core Competencies Patient Care Competencies: journal of the AAFPRS and IFFPSS (International Federation ofLevel of Evidence Expert Opinion Evidence: Facial Plastic Surgery Societies) and a proud member of theSummary We will present head and neck trauma patients andSummary: JAMA/Archives family, celebrated its 13th year of publication.facial trauma patients treated during a deployment to Bagram Participants will be introduced to the latest journalAfghanistan as a facial plastic surgeon. We will present developments – EBM implementation, new CME and journalcommon IED (Improvised Explosive Device) injuries in the club features, smartphone and tablet app, and updated web sitehead and Neck. We will demonstrate in theater management of features. For potential authors, the workshop will discusssevere facial trauma patients and their reconstructive and specific ways to improve chances for manuscript acceptance.trauma management. We also discuss military triage system and Topics will include tips on manuscript construction, basicthe evacuation of facial trauma patients to the United Sates study designs, and optimization for a specific manuscriptfrom the battlefield. We will also present humanitarian category. For potential reviewers, the workshop will discuss thesurgeries performed during war time to assist Afghan people. importance of a fair and thorough peer review process, EBMLearning Objectives At the conclusion of this course, the Objectives: designations, and tips on conducting effective critiques.participant should be able to: 1) explain the Management of Finally, the synergistic relationships between the journal,Facial Trauma patients during war; and 2) discuss the role of the academy, international societies, and media will also befacial plastic surgeon during war time surgery. highlighted. Learning Objectives At the conclusion of the course, the Objectives:IC19 Hair Restoration: Integrating Hair Restoration participant should be able to: 1) conduct a fair and thoroughinto a Facial Plastic Surgery Practice peer-review critique of a scientific manuscript; 2) implementJohn Bitner, MD, Jeffrey S. Epstein, MD and Lisa M. Ishii, MD EBM designations on manuscript submissions and reviews; andTarget Audience Practicing Physician Audience: 3) apply new learning formats offered by the journal toCore Competencies Patient Care Competencies: maximize learning experience.Level of Evidence Expert Opinion Evidence:Summary Hair is an important part of overall facial aestheticsSummary:and, as such, is a natural fit in a facial plastic surgery practice. Athorough understanding of the science, art and dynamics of thiscan be challenging to master. Presented will be an in-depthdiscussion of the science and art of a basic hair transplant forboth male and female patients. How to organize office space,staff and equipment will be addressed. Finally, a discussion ofspecialized and complex cases.Learning Objectives At the conclusion of this course, the Objectives:participant should be able to: describe the science of hair lossand restoration, including medical treatments and surgicalrestoration.16

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