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Cutting Edge Aesthetic Surgery Symposium 2012 Advanced Sculpting of the Nose: An International Interdisciplinary Rhinoplasty Symposium

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Cutting Edge Aesthetic Surgery Symposium 2012 Advanced Sculpting of the Nose: An International Interdisciplinary Rhinoplasty Symposium

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  4. 4. (1,1) -2- 120083 Cutting Edge Spring.indd 6/18/2012 2:36:46 PM THE CUTTING EDGE 2012 4:10–4:35 INT ADVANCED SCULPTING OF THE NOSE OpAN INTERNATIONAL INTERDISCIPLINARY RHINOPLASTY SYMPOSIUM Clo She WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 2012 Moderators: Sherrell J. Aston, MD, Daniel C. Baker, MD 4:35–5:00 INT 10:30–11:20 KEYNOTE PRESENTATION 3:00–10:00 Pre-Registration • West Lounge Pri Who Says Rhinoplasty is a Difficult Operation? Low THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 2012 Jack P Gunter, MD . Ma 11:20–11:30 Discussion 5:00–5:30 Pan Registration • East Foyer Op PRIMARY OPEN AND CLOSED RHINOPLASTY Are Exhibit Halls APPROACHES 2012 Pan Basildon Room, Jade Room, John Jacob Astor Salon Jac Ste 11:30–11:55 INTERACTIVE VIDEO Primary Closed Rhinoplasty: 5:30–6:20 KE General Session • The Grand Ballroom Finesse Using the Endonasal Approach AP Norman J. Pastorek, MD Nor5:45–6:50 Continental Breakfast Served in Exhibit Halls 11:55–12:00 Discussion 6:20–6:30 Dis6:50–7:00 Welcome and Introductory Remarks 12:00–12:25 INTERACTIVE VIDEO Sherrell J. Aston, MD, Daniel C. Baker, MD, 6:30–8:00 We Dean M. Toriumi, MD Primary Open Rhinoplasty: Structural Grafting for Contour and Function FRIDTHE FUTURE OF MINIMALLY INVASIVE Dean M. Toriumi, MDAND NON-SURGICAL RHINOPLASTY Registratio 12:25–12:30 DiscussionModerators: Sherrell J. Aston, MD, Daniel C. Baker, MD 12:30–1:30 Lunch • Vanderbilt and Empire Rooms • Exhibits 6:00–6:55 Co7:00–7:45 KEYNOTE PRESENTATION 6:55–7:00 We Stem Cell Biology and the Nose: ADVANCES IN SCULPTING THE NASAL TIP AND She Future Influence on Skin, Cartilage and Bone — CONTROLLING SHAPE IN PRIMARY RHINOPLASTY Dea Will Implants and Grafts Become Obsolete? Moderators: Dean M. Toriumi, MD, Sherrell J. Aston, MD Michael T. Longaker, MD 1:30–1:45 Closed Approach for Suture Contouring CONTROLLING of the Nasal Tip IN PRIMARY R7:45–8:00 Micro Fat Grafting to Correct Primary and Pietro Palma, MD Moderators: Dea Secondary Deformities of the Nose: Indications and Longevity 1:45–2:00 Advanced Open Suture Techniques for 7:00–7:15 Ma Contour and Shape Ad Sydney R. Coleman, MD Ronald P Gruber, MD . Ric8:00–8:15 Fillers and Neurotoxins to Correct Nasal Deformities: Indications, Duration, 2:00–2:15 Correction of Alar Rim Deformities: 7:15–7:30 Inc and Complications Support and Contour Grafts Ron Rod J. Rohrich, MD Rod J. Rohrich, MD 7:30–7:45 Co 2:15–2:30 Tip Grafts for Refinement: Sho8:15–8:30 Panel: Will Non-Surgical Techniques Reduce the Number of Primary and Secondary Shaping and Projection in Primary Rhinoplasty Bah Rhinoplasties? Nicolas G. Tabbal, MD 7:45–8:00 The Panelists: Sydney R. Coleman, MD, 2:30–3:15 Panel: The Evolving Post-Op Rhinoplasty: Ma Jack P Gunter, MD, Michael T. Longaker, MD, . A Year is Not Enough Piet Norman J. Pastorek, MD, Rod J. Rohrich, MD 8:00–8:15 Ma Long-Term Follow up of Suture Contouring and Cartilage Grafts UsPERFECTING THE NASAL AESTHETIC BALANCE Panelists: Minas S. Constantinides, MD, MinModerators: Daniel C. Baker, MD, Sherrell J. Aston, MD Richard E. Davis, MD, Ronald P Gruber, MD, . 8:15–9:30 Pan8:30–8:45 Nasal Aesthetic Evaluation and Surgical Goals Wolfgang Gubisch, MD, Pietro Palma, MD, Co Rod J. Rohrich, MD Peter A. Adamson, MD (Fiv8:45–9:00 Profile Concepts and Alignment: 3:15–3:45 Coffee Served in Exhibit Halls Pan Maximizing Outcomes while Minimizing Trauma Min Ron Norman J. Pastorek, MD PRIMARY OPEN AND CLOSED RHINOPLASTY Hon9:00–10:00 Panel: Five-Minute Video Case Presentations APPROACHES 2012 Ste Individual Techniques for Profile Alignment Moderators: Daniel C. Baker, MD, Dean M. Toriumi, MD and Osteotomies 9:30–10:00 Co 3:45–4:10 INTERACTIVE VIDEO Panelists: Nazim Cerkes, MD, Richard E. Davis, MD, CORRECTING A Wolfgang Gubisch, MD, Bahman Guyuron, MD, Avoiding Visible Grafts in Primary Russell W.H. Kridel, MD, Stephen W. Perkins, MD, Moderators: She Volney Pitombo, MD, Rod J. Rohrich, MD Open Rhinoplasty 10:00–10:15 Tec Rod J. Rohrich, MD Ho10:00–10:30 Coffee Served in Exhibit Halls Pet
  5. 5. (2,1) -2- 120083 Cutting Edge Spring.indd 6/18/2012 2:36:46 PM 4:10–4:35 INTERACTIVE VIDEO 10:15–10:30 Correcting the Columella: SECOND Hanging, Retracted, Scarred INTERAC Open Visualization withM Closed Rhinoplasty Technique Wolfgang Gubisch, MD 4:30–4:55 Sherrell J. Aston, MD 10:30–11:20 KEYNOTE PRESENTATION 4:35–5:00 INTERACTIVE VIDEO The Unifying Patterns and Solutions in Rhinoplasty Primary Closed Rhinoplasty: 4:55–5:00 Mark B. Constantian, MD Low Radix, Airway Obstruction 5:00–5:25 Mark B. Constantian, MD 11:20–11:30 Discussion 5:00–5:30 Panel: Point Counterpoint: SECONDARY RHINOPLASTY APPROACHES 2012 Open vs. Closed Rhinoplasty Are Results Comparable and Revisions Less? 11:30–11:55 INTERACTIVE VIDEO Panelists: Sherrell J. Aston, Mark B. Constantian, MD, 5:25–5:30 Secondary Rhinoplasty Techniques: Jack P Gunter, MD, Norman J. Pastorek, MD, . Stephen W. Perkins, MD, Rod J. Rohrich, MD State of the Art Maneuvers 5:30–6:20 Ronald P Gruber, MD . 5:30–6:20 KEYNOTE PRESENTATION 11:55–12:00 Discussion A Personal Evolution of Endonasal Rhinoplasty Norman J. Pastorek, MD 12:00–12:25 INTERACTIVE VIDEO 6:20–6:30 6:20–6:30 Discussion Improving the Nasal Airway and Valvular Function in Secondary Rhinoplasty CO 6:30–8:00 Welcome Reception in Exhibit Halls Stephen W. Perkins, MD FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 2012 12:25–12:30 Discussion Registration • Exhibit Halls • General Session 12:30–1:30 Lunch • Vanderbilt and Empire Rooms • Exhibits 6:00–6:55 Continental Breakfast Served in Exhibit Halls PROFILE ALIGNMENT AND DORSAL AUGMENTATION AS Moderators: Dean M. Toriumi, MD, Sherrell J. Aston, MD 6:55–7:00 Welcome and Introductory Remarks 1:30–1:45 Dorsal Augmentation: Sherrell J. Aston, MD, Daniel C. Baker, MD, Septal and Auricular Grafts Dean M. Toriumi, MD Nicolas G. Tabbal, MD CONTROLLING PROJECTION AND CHANGING LENGTH 1:45–2:00 Irradiated Costal Cartilage: Regi IN PRIMARY RHINOPLASTY Longevity and Complications Moderators: Dean M. Toriumi, MD, Sherrell J. Aston, MD Russell W.H. Kridel, MD 6:00–6:55 7:00–7:15 Managing the Over Projected Nasal Tip: 2:00–2:15 Autologous Costal Cartilage Grafting: Addressing the Anatomic Variations Stabilization, Warping, Long-Term Results 6:55–7:00 Richard E. Davis, MD Dean M. Toriumi, MD 7:15–7:30 Increasing Nasal Tip Projection 2:15–2:30 Alloplastic Implants for Dorsal Augmentation Ronald P Gruber, MD . Indications, Extrusion, Complications CORREC 7:30–7:45 Controlling Nasal Length: and Long-Term Results REALIST Shortening the Long, Lengthening the Short Hong Ryul Jin, MD RECURR Bahman Guyuron, MD 2:30–2:45 Diced Cartilage and Fascia Moderato 7:45–8:00 The Drooping Tip and Acute Nasolabial Angle: for Dorsal Augmentation: 7:00–7:30 Maintaining Correction, Avoiding Recurrence Indications, Results, Resorption and Longevity Pietro Palma, MD Rollin K. Daniel, MD 8:00–8:15 Managing Nasal Tip Projection and Length 2:45–3:30 Panel: Problems with Dorsal Augmentation: 7:30–8:00 Using the Tongue-In-Groove Technique Fixation, Shifting, Warping, Irregularities, Minas S. Constantinides, MD, Resorption and Extrusion 8:15–9:30 Panel: Video Case Presentations and Discussion Panelists: Nazim Cerkes, MD, Rollin K. Daniel, MD, Controlling Nasal Tip Projection and Length Hong Ryul Jin, MD, Russell W.H. Kridel, MD 8:00–8:50 (Five Minute Videos Demonstrating Techniques) 3:30–4:00 Coffee Served in Exhibit Halls Panelists: Peter A. Adamson, MD, Nazim Cerkes, MD, Minas S. Constantinides, MD, Richard E. Davis, MD, Ronald P Gruber, MD, Bahman Guyuron, MD, . RHINOPLASTY AND NASAL FUNCTION Hong Ryul Jin, MD, Pietro Palma, MD, Stephen W. Perkins, MD Moderators: Sherrell J. Aston, MD, Daniel C. Baker, MD 4:00–4:10 How Important is Management of Turbinate 9:30–10:00 Coffee Served in Exhibit Halls Hypertrophy in Rhinoplasty? 8:50–9:20 CORRECTING ALAR AND COLUMELLA DEFORMITIES Stephen W. Perkins, MD Moderators: Sherrell J. Aston, MD, Daniel C. Baker, MD 4:10–4:30 Functional Rhinoplasty Including Spreader 10:00–10:15 Techniques for Alar Base Alterations: Grafts for Middle Vault Reconstruction How to Create Natural Proportions Richard E. Davis, MD Peter A. Adamson, MD
  6. 6. (3,1) -2- 120083 Cutting Edge Spring.indd 6/18/2012 2:36:46 PM SECONDARY RHINOPLASTY APPROACHES 2012 9:20–9:30 COMMENTARY INTERACTIVE VIDEOS Thomas D. Rees, MD 4:30–4:55 INTERACTIVE VIDEO 9:30–10:00 Coffee Served in Exhibit Halls A Complex, Over-operated Disaster Jack P Gunter, MD . CORRECTION OF SECONDARY AND TERTIARY A 4:55–5:00 Discussion RHINOPLASTY DEFORMITIES Moderators: Sherrell J. Aston, MD, Dean M. Toriumi, MD THE 5:00–5:25 INTERACTIVE VIDEO 10:00–10:15 Secondary and Tertiary Rhinoplasty: Decision Making in Secondary Rhinoplasty: Dealing with the Scarred Skin Envelope12 Step-by-Step Mark B. Constantian, MD Rollin K. Daniel, MD 10:15-10:30 Costal Cartilage Grafting in Firs 5:25–5:30 Discussion Secondary Rhinoplasty: Problems and Long-Term Results Las 5:30–6:20 KEYNOTE PRESENTATION Jack P Gunter, MD . Structure Rhinoplasty: Cartilage Grafting to 10:30–10:45 Managing Severe Alar Retraction Add Improve Long-Term Outcomes Dean M. Toriumi, MD Dean M. Toriumi, MD 10:45–11:00 Managing Cleft Lip Nasal Deformity: City 6:20–6:30 Discussion Virtual 3-D Planning and Execution Court B. Cutting, MD Couasty CORPORATE SATELLITE SYMPOSUIM 11:00–11:45 Panel: Secondary and Tertiary Rhinoplasty: 6:30 - 9:00 A Nose I Wish I Had Never Operated On Tel. Panelists: Mark B. Constantian, MD, ALLERGAN ACADEMY Minas S. Constantinides, MD, Rollin K. Daniel, MD, Injectables, Imaging & Implants Jack P Gunter, MD, Norman J. Pastorek, MD, . E-M Exhibits Volney Pitombo, MD This event is not sponsored or endorsed byTATION 11:45–12:30 KEYNOTE PRESENTATION ASA ASAPS/ASPS/IPRAS/ISAPS/The Rhinoplasty Society No CME Rhinoplasty: A Progressive Approach Rollin K. Daniel, MD RE SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2012 12:30–1:30 Lunch Served in Exhibit Halls Registration • Exhibit Halls • General Session GLOBAL RHINOPLASTY: ETHNIC AND RACIAL DIVERSITY 6:00–6:55 Continental Breakfast Served in Exhibit Hall Moderators: Dean M. Toriumi, MD, Sherrell J. Aston, MDts 6:55–7:00 Welcome and Introductory Remarks 1:30–1:45 Ethnic Aesthetics Visited From Multiple Cultures Sherrell J. Aston, MD, Daniel C. Baker, MD, Rollin K. Daniel, MD Dean M. Toriumi, MD 1:45–2:05 Asian Rhinoplasty:ation CORRECTING THE CROOKED NOSE: Beyond Ethnicity, Towards Fusion REALISTIC APPROACHES FOR MINIMIZING Hong Ryul Jin, MD RECURRENCES 2:05–2:25 Thick-Skinned Ethnic Noses with Wide Alar Bases MA Moderators: Daniel C. Baker, MD, Dean M. Toriumi, MD 7:00–7:30 Special Topic: Russell W.H. Kridel, MDngevity Innovative Management of the Deviated Nose 2:25–2:45 Mestizo Rhinoplasty: Semi-Open Technique Bahman Guyuron, MD (Tip, Dorsum and Alar Base Adjustment)ion: 7:30–8:00 Special Topics: Volney Pitombo, MD Car, Extracorporeal Septoplasty 2:45–3:05 Middle Eastern Rhinoplasty: and Long-Term Outcomes Perichondrial-Periosteal Flap and Spreaderel, MD, Wolfgang Gubisch, MD Flap Modifications in Dorsum Management Sign 8:00–8:50 Panel: Nazim Cerkes, MD Post-Traumatic Nasal Deformity: 3:05–4:00 Panel: The Experts Reveal the Truth: Maximizing Outcomes and Techniques I Taught But No Longer Use Preventing Recurrences Panelists: Peter A. Adamson, MD, Panelists: Peter A. Adamson, MD, Mark B. Constantian, MD, Ronald P Gruber, MD, . Richard E. Davis, MD, Wolfgang Gubisch, MD, Bahman Guyuron, MD, Pietro Palma, MD, Bahman Guyuron, MD, Pietro Palma, MD, Norman J. Pastorek, MD, Volney Pitombo, MD Yonate Stephen W. Perkins, MD Or 4:00 Adjourn 8:50–9:20 MASTER LECTURE Lader My Rhinoplasty Journey: Th A Humbling Quest for Perfection 72 M. Eugene Tardy, Jr., MD Ph reg
  7. 7. (4,1) -2- 120083 Cutting Edge Spring.indd 6/18/2012 2:36:46 PM SYMPOSIUM REGISTRATION THE CUTTING EDGE 2012 ADVANCED SCULPTING OF THE NOSEARY AN INTERNATIONAL INTERDISCIPLINARY RHINOPLASTY SYMPOSIUM MD THE WALDORF ASTORIA HOTEL NEW YORK, NEW YORK NOVEMBER 29, 30 & DECEMBER 1, 2012y: lope First Name: Last Name: Address:y: City, State, Zip: Country:oplasty:d On Tel. Number: Fax Number:Daniel, MD,k, MD, E-Mail: ASAPS Member Number: ASPS Member Number:ch REGISTRATION FEE: $2,050 Includes Tuition, Welcome Reception, Coffees and Luncheons. $1,900 If received prior to August 13, 2012. MDtiple Cultures $1,500 Residents and Fellows with a status verification letter by the Department Chairman. $1,500 Physician Assistants, Nurses, Office Personnel and Spouses. $3,000 On-site fee after November 27, 2012 if space permits. MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE TO: New York Plastic Surgery Foundationechnique Visa Mastercard Amex Discoverment) Card #: Exp. Date: Security Code: MONTH YEAR preaderagement Signature: Total Amount Charged $h: Useuber, MD, D,bo, MD You may register online at: www.aestheticsurgeryny.com Or detach this form and mail, scan or fax back to: Lauren Fishman, Program Coordinator Bernadette McGoldrick, Director The Cutting Edge 2012 The Cutting Edge 2012 728 Park Avenue, New York, NY 10021 728 Park Avenue, New York, NY 10021 Phone: 1-212-327-4681 Fax: 1-646-783-3367 Phone: 1.212.249.6000 • Fax: 1.212.249.6002 registration@astonbakersymposium.com bernadettemcgoldrick@astonbakersymposium.com

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