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  • Techniques in Facial Plastics (Incorporating Minimal Invasive Techniques) Covering the practical techniques of facial plastic surgery and minimal invasive techniques, this module includes lectures and live operating.

    Module fee: £500

    This comprehensive course is split into two destinctive modules of two and a half days each which can be combined for a reduced rate.

    Combined fee: £950* *Special early-bird fee of £875 if booked by 9th March 2011

    Rhinoplasty & Septal Surgery London’s premier aesthetic and functional rhinoplasty and septal surgery course. This two and a half day course will include lectures, panel discussions, live surgery and video sessions.

    Module fee: £600

    Convenor: Charles East Faculty: David Roberts, Peter Andrews, Julian Rowe-Jones, Hesham Saleh, Neil Bulstrode, David Dunaway & Tim Lloyd Guest Lecturer: Hossam Foda

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    Facial Plastic Surgery Week 9th - 13th May 2011

  • UCL EAR INSTITUTE GRAYS INN ROAD COURSES

    8.30 am Registration & coffee

    9.00 am Welcome CA East

    9.05 am Surgical anatomy for rhinoplasty H Saleh

    9.25 am Principles and analysis in rhinoplasty CA East

    9.45 am The dorsum - radix - reduction - alignment H Saleh

    10.05 am Osteotomies - internal - external - variations D Roberts

    10.20 am Questions

    10.30 am Coffee

    11.00 am Nasal tip surgery: volume, reshape, rotation & projection D Roberts

    11.30 am The septum in rhinoplasty CA East

    11.55 am Advanced/complex tip repair H Foda

    12.30 pm Questions

    12.45 pm This afternoon’s case

    1.00 pm Lunch

    1.45 pm Live Surgery - Moderated Session

    3.15 pm Tea/coffee

    3.45 pm Dressings, plaster and skin care for Rhinoplasty

    D Roberts

    4.15 pm “The patient’s journey” pre, peri and post operation J Rowe Jones & panel

    5.00 pm Close

    9.00 am Grafts and grafting for rhinoplasty D Roberts

    9.20 am Deviated nose surgery CA East

    10.15 am The plunging nasal tip; nasal tip rotation H Foda

    10.35 am Coffee

    11.00 am Saddle Nose Repair J Rowe Jones

    11.20 am Alar base surgery H Foda

    11.40 am Correction of lateral crural abnormalities D Roberts

    12.10 pm Nasal valve and function (including turbinate surgery) H Saleh

    12.30 pm Case presentations by Faculty – how to solve this Moderator - D Roberts

    1.00 pm Lunch

    2.00 pm Live Surgery - Moderated Session

    3.30 pm Tea/coffee

    4.00 pm Guest Lecture TR Bull

    4.45 pm Guest Lecture Rhinoplasty - a personal

    experience

    H Foda

    5.15 pm

    Close

    9.00 am Review of basics in rhinoplasty, revision rhinoplasty H Saleh/CA East

    9.30 am Revision Rhinoplasty H Foda

    10.15 am Complications - problems Osteotomies D Roberts Dorsal irregularity H Saleh H Foda Skin envelope CA East Septal perforations H Foda

    11.00 am Coffee

    11.30 am Adjunctive procedures in rhinoplasty D Roberts/CA East

    12 noon Summary and close

    Day 1 - Mon 9th May Day 2 - Tues 10th May

    Day 3 - Wed 11th May am

    Rhinoplasty & Septal Surgery 9th - 11th May 2011 Facial Plastic Surgery Week 2011

  • UCL EAR INSTITUTE GRAYS INN ROAD COURSES

    Day 2 - Thurs 12th May 8.30 am Otoplasty – basic techniques CA East

    9.30 am Advanced otoplasty N Bulstrode

    10.30 am Tea/coffee

    11.00 am Live Surgery

    12.30 pm Lunch

    1.30 pm Facial re-animation P Lohuis

    2.30 pm Chin Surgery

    T Lloyd

    4.00 pm Tea/coffee

    3.15 pm

    Face lifting & auxiliary procedures

    D Dunaway

    5.00 pm Guest Lecture N Bulstrode 6.00 pm Reception

    Day 3 - Fri 13th May 8.45 am

    L Badia9.30 am

    Suture techniques

    P Andrews

    10.15 am Tea/Coffee

    10.30 am S Watts

    11.15 am

    Nasal reconstruction

    T Woolford

    12.00 am

    Lunch

    1.00 pm

    “Pigs trotters” practical session on Sutering and stapling

    P Andrews 4.30 pm

    Discussion

    5.00 pm

    Close

    Day 1 - Wed 11th May pm 1.30 pm Registration

    1.50 pm Welcome

    2.00 pm Facial anatomy in facial plastics P Andrews

    2..30 pm

    Eye and periorbital assessment

    D Roberts

    3.00 pm

    Fat grafting in Facial Plastic Surgery

    Tim Lloyd 3.30 pm

    Tea/coffee 4.00 pm

    Blepharoplasty - basic techniques

    D Roberts 4.30 pm

    Extended blepharoplasty

    H Henderson

    5.30 pm

    Close

    The Facial Plastic Surgery Week 2011 is organised by Mr Charles East (Consultant Surgeon at the Royal National Throat Nose and Ear Hospital and the Royal Free Hampstead NHS Trust) with lectures given by some of Europe’s most prominent plastic surgeons including:

    Dr. Hossam Foda, Alexandria University

    Tony Bull, Harley Street Consulting Rooms•

    Peter Andrews, Royal National Throat, Nose and Ear Hospital

    Lydia Badia, Royal National Throat, Nose and Ear Hospital

    Neil Bulstrode, Great Ormond Street Hospital

    • David Dunaway, Wellington Hospital

    • Tim Lloyd, University College London Hospital

    David Roberts, Guy’s and St Thomas’s

    Julian Rowe-Jones, The Royal Surrey County Hospital

    Hesham Saleh, Charing Cross and Royal Brompton Hospitals

    Tim Woolford and Hope Hospital

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    4.20 pm Facial Assymetry D Dunaway

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    • Peter Lohuis, Amsterdam Medical Centre

    Simon Watts, Brighton and Sussex University Hospital

    Techniques in Facial Plastics (& Minimal Invasive Techniques)

    11th - 13th May 2011 Facial Plastic Surgery Week 2011

    • H Henderson, Royal Free Hospital Trust

    CA East

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