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Introducing the 2nd World Congress on
Controversies in Plastic Surgery, Dermatology & Aging (CoPAASDy)
New topic: Aging medicine - Science or science fiction

  Preliminary Program Print
Please note that the Scientific Program is still subject to some change - please continue to check with us for updates!
 
Thursday, November 7, 2013
  
Pre-Symposium
15:00-16:30
   
Consensus discussion on the controversial terminology of the aging face
   
Opening Plenary Session
17:00-18:30
   
To be or not to beauty?
Chairpersons:
Per Heden, Sweden; Gerhard Sattler, Germany; Eyal Winkler, Israel
Congress co-chairmen
          
Welcome Reception
18:30
    
   
Friday, November 8, 2013
Hall A
     
Session 1
08:30-10:30
Facial Rejuvenation
Chairpersons:
Nazim Cerkes, Turkey; Koenraad De Boulle, Belgium
  
08:30-08:40
Lecture: Fat injections to the face
Filip Stillaert, Belgium
 
08:40-08:50
Lecture: Glossary of filler complications: What every practitioner should know, recognize and master
Koenraad De Boulle, Belgium
  
08:50-09:00
Lecture: Facial rejuvenation - how to approach the aging face today? 
Patrick Tonnard, Belgium
    
09:00-09:15
Lecture: The non-surgical-blepharoplasty, a non incisional eye rejuvenation procedure with FAMI™
Roger Amar, France
      
09:15-09:30
Lecture: Correction of the difficult neck, the face and the midface: Which technique to choose?
Edvin Turkof, Austria
  
09:30-09:45
Lecture: Management of melasma: From cosmeceuticals to chemical peels
Sabine Zenker, Germany
   
09:45-10:30 Debate: Rhinoplasty: To open or not to open the nose?
09:45-10:00
10:00-10:15
10:15-10:30
Pro: Nazim Cerkes, Turkey
Con: Marcos Harel, Israel
Discussion 
     
   
10:30-11:00
 
Coffee Break, Poster Viewing , Visit Exhibits
    
WORKSHOP PLENARY SESSION I
11:00-13:00
    
    
13:00-13:45  
  
Lunch Break
   
 Session 2
13:45-14:45
The Frozen Face: Panel Discussions
Capsule:
What is the limit for volume restoration? Where do the boundaries lie?
    
13:45-13:55
View I: Facial rejuvenation can be wholly achieved with non-surgical techniques
Moderator & Panel
     
13:55-14:05
View II: Only surgical procedures maintain the natural look
Moderator & Panel
    
14:05-14:45
Expert panel discussion: Mid facelift vs. volume fillers: What's better?
Moderator: Benjamin Ascher, France
Panel
         
  
14:45-15:15
  
  
Coffee Break, Poster Viewing, Visit Exhibits
  
WORKSHOP PLENARY
SESSION II
15:15-17:15
  
  
17:15-17:30
   
Break, Visit Exhibits
   
Session 3
17:30-18:30
Aging Face
Chairpersons:
Per Heden, Sweden; Filip Stillaert, Belgium
  
17:30-17:45
Lecture: Longevity of facelift: What's new?
Dan Baker, USA
    
17:45-18:00
Lecture: Facial Aging Modes: Therapeutic Indications Following to the Morphotypes
Benjamin Ascher, France  
          
18:00-18:15
Lecture: The non-surgical-face-lift with FAMI™,a non incisional pan-facial rejuvenation procedure
Roger Amar, France
  
18:15-18:30
Lecture: Short scar facelift without temporal flap
Patricio Centurion, Peru
  
     
Friday, November 8, 2013
Hall B
 
Session 4
08:30-10:30
Capsule:
Treatment in Aging
   
What has been proven scientifically so far?
       
 
08:30-08:45
Lecture: The holistic approach to anti-aging
Zeev Rotstein, Israel
  
08:45-09:00
Lecture: A new technique in delivery of botulinum toxin: A new path?
Constantin Stan, Romania
   
09:00-09:45
Expert panel discussion: Biological feeling vs. Aesthetic surgery - what is the future?
Can biological well-being replace plastic surgery? Can plastic surgery enhance biological well-being?
Moderator & Panel
 
09:45-10:30
Expert panel discussion: What do we know about the growth hormone and aging?
Moderator & Panel
  
   
10:30-11:00
   
Coffee Break, Poster Viewing, Visit Exhibits
  
WORKSHOP PLENARY SESSION I
11:00-13:00
  
 
     
13:00-13:45
   
   
Lunch Break
   
Session 5
13:45-14:45
Capsule:
Clinical Practice and Marketing
    
The need for marketing in plastic surgery has greatly increased. Nearly all plastic surgeons have websites with content ranging from simple biographic information, to ornate multi-media animations and discussion boards. At what point do we cross the line as doctors? Is the use of models that are not actual patients false advertising? Is it ethically sound to advertise discounts or free promotion?
Chairperson:
Steven Levine, USA
   
13:45-14:00
Lecture: The "Enzyklopaedia Aesthetica": 13 books to boost my practice and act against TV-shows
Edvin Turkof, Austria
    
14:00-14:15
Lecture: How did my practice double in the last 5 years
Rony Moscona, Israel
   
14:15-14:30
Lecture: Differences in the marketing rules between the USA and Europe 
Niklas Broer, Germany
       
14:30-14:45
Lecture: Impact of the financial crisis on aesthetic medicine: Will certain treatments be affected more than others?
Per Heden, Sweden
       
  
14:45-15:15
  
Coffee Break, Poster Viewing, Visit Exhibits
   
WORKSHOP PLENARY
SESSION II
15:15-17:15
 
  
17:15-17:30
  
Break, Visit Exhibits
  
Session 6
17:30-18:30
Capsule:
Ethical and Industry Considerations: Industry-Physician Relationships
  
Increasingly, plastic surgeons and dermatologists are sought after to endorse, speak and write about technologies that can be applied in our fields.When this happens, are disclosures enough? Is it OK to limit disclosures to the topic being discussed, or should all affiliations be disclosed and let the audience decide for themselves? Is there a difference between being taken out to dinner and being given a speakers' fee? Where is the line drawn?
 
     
17:30-17:50
Discussion: The future of aesthetic medicine from the perspective of the industry
Moderator & Panel
  
17:50-18:10
Discussion: The future of aesthetic medicine from the perspective of the physicians
Moderator & Panel
   
18:10-18:30
Discussion: How do we see ourselves working together towards the future? 
Panel:
Gerhard Sattler, Germany
Eyal Winkler, Israel
     
        
Saturday, November 9, 2013
Hall A
    
Session 7
08:30-10:30
Capsule:
Cadavar Dissection for Facelift
  
Soft tissue augmentation and Botulinumtoxin comparing with simultaneous live treatments
    
 
 
Lecture: A new technique in delivery of botulinum toxin: A new path?
Constantin Stan, Romania
   
 
Session under development
       
   
10:30-11:00
   
Coffee Break, Poster Viewing, Visit Exhibits  
  
WORKSHOP PLENARY SESSION III
11:00-13:00
   
 
  
13:00-13:45
   
Lunch Break
  
Session 8
13:45-14:45
Case Presentations: The Clinical Experience
 
13:45-14:45
Expert panel discussion: What would you do with this patient?
 
Moderator: Dan Baker, USA
Panel:
Roger Amar, France
Nazim Cerkes, Turkey
Per Heden, Sweden
Gerhard Sattler, Germany
Patrick Tonnard, Belgium
         
    
14:45-15:15
   
Coffee Break, Poster Viewing, Visit Exhibits
    
WORKSHOP PLENARY
SESSION IV
15:15-17:15
 
  
17:17-17:30
   
Break, Visit Exhibits
  
Session 9
17:30-18:30
Body Contouring II: Liposuction and Lasers
Chairpersons:
Moshe Lapidoth, Israel; Patrick Centurion, Peru
  
17:30-17:45
Lecture: The Lipomatic with its 3-dimensional nutating canula: Probably the most effective technique for liposuction
Edvin Turkof,  Austria
   
17:45-17:55
Lecture: Fat preserving by laser: New concept 
Patricio Centurion, Peru
  
17:55-18:05
Lecture: Innovations in lasers - How have they changed? When is it worth buying new equipment?
Moshe Lapidoth, Israel
  
18:05-18:15
Lecture: The use of the BodyJet for large-volume fat grafting
Klaus Ueberreiter, Germany
    
18:15-18:30
Lecture: Genital rejuvenation and genital body contouring
Stan Monstrey, Belgium
    
     
Saturday, November 9, 2013
Hall B
   
Session 10
08:30-10:30
Autologous Breast Augmentation: Are We Getting There?
Chairperson:
Alberto Rancati, Argentina; Constantin Stan, Romania
     
08:30-08:45
Lecture: New sights to the surgical implant
Maurizio Nava, Italy
 
08:45-09:00
Lecture: Explanation and reshaping with autologous tissue
Alberto Rancati, Argentina
 
09:00-09:15
Lecture: How to obtain long-lasting results with Form Stable Anatomical Implant
Maurizio Nava, Italy
  
09:15-09:30
Lecture: Breast augmentation and reconstruction with microfat grafts: Long term results 
Joachim Graf von Finkenstein, Germany
  
09:30-09:45
Lecture: Composite aesthetic breast reconstruction: How to combine implants, internal tissues manipulation and fat in management of large breast types
Constantin Stan, Romania
   
09:45-10:00
Lecture: Minimizing scars in the breast: Cranial semiaeolar approach for breastpexy
Joachim Graf von Finkenstein, Germany
    
10:00-10:15
Lecture: A new approach for immediate breast reconstruction in women with large breasts
Rony Moscona, Israel
  
10:15-10:30
 
Discussion
           
   
10:30-11:00
   
Coffee Break, Poster Viewing, Visit Exhibits 
  
WORKSHOP PLENARY SESSION III
11:00-13:00
  
 
   
13:00-13:45
   
Lunch Break
    
 Session 11
13:45-14:45
Reconstruction
 
 
13:45-14:45
Expert panel discussion: Growth factors and platelet concentrations are now routinely utilized in reconstructive therapy and especially in aging medicine and aesthetic surgery - the pros and cons
Moderator & Panel
           
  
14:45-15:15
   
Coffee Break, Poster Viewing, Visit Exhibits
   
WORKSHOP PLENARY
SESSION IV
15:15-17:15
  
   
17:15-17:30
  
Break, Visit Exhibits
  
Session 12
17:30-18:30
Pain Management and Cosmetic Procedures
Chairperson:
Steven Levine, USA
  
17:30-17:50
Lecture: Pain management after plastic surgery
Eric J. Viel, France
   
17:50-18:10
Lecture: The plastic surgeon's perspective on surgery for migraines
TBA
    
18:10-18:30
Discussion
         
         
Sunday, November 10, 2013
Travel Day
  

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