Program 2010

Saturday, 9 January 2010

     

TIMES CME Time Topic Speaker
7:00 Registration and continental breakfast (Molokai Foyer)
8:00-8:30 30 Welcome and Introduction. Painting, poetry, music and plastic surgery (Lanai room) Music by Ben Peters F. Don Parsa
8:30-9:15 45 Aesthetics: From Reality to Metaphysics and Beyond. (Dr. Reinking is president of Hawaii Mensa Society and the   author of “Cosmic Legacy: Space, Time, and the Human Mind”) Gregory Reinking
9:15-9:30 15 Telemonitoring: a new paradigm for plastic surgeons’ collaboration in patient management Robert Peterson
9:30-10:00 30 Questions/Discussion
10:00 Coffee break and visit exhibits
10:20-11:04 45 Important aspects of facial anatomy for plastic surgeons Bryan Mendelson (Australia)
11:05-11:30 25 Understanding the anatomy of oriental eyelids: “the zipper”. Richard Siegel
11:30-12:00 30 Questions/Discussion
12noon Lunch and visit the exhibits
1:00-1:40 40 The Premasseter space approach to the lower face Bryan Mendelson (Australia)
1:40-2:05 25 Endo forehead lift and evolution of suture suspension in facelift Nic Isse
2:05-2:30 25 Thigh lift Michele Shermak
2:30-3:00 30 Questions/Discussion
3:00 Coffee break and visit the exhibits
3:20-4:00 40

Aesthetic calf augmentation

Lloyd N Carlsen (Canada)
4:00-4:30 30 Permanent weight reduction after abdominoplasty. Neurocrine factors. Rex Moulton-Barrett
4:30-5:00 30 Laser liposuction, a two-year experience Rex Moulton-Barrett
5:00-5:30 30

Question/Discussion

6:00 General reception in Niihau room, same floor as the meeting

Sunday, 10 January 2010

TIMES CME Time Topic Speaker
7:00 Registration and continental breakfast (Molokai Foyer)
8:00-8:45 45 Plastic surgery in war-torn Iraq and Afghanistan: from combat wounds to civilian needs Thomas Crabtree
8:45-9:30 45 Detailed understanding of midcheek anatomy as it relates to lid-cheek junction, malar mounds and nasolabial folds Bryan Mendelson (Australia)
9:30-10:00 30 Questions/Discussion
10:00 Coffee break and visit the exhibits
10:20-10:50 30 Short scar face lift with supra-auricular suspension: an innovative approach Nic Isse
10:50-11:10 20 Further innovation of fat transfer Mel Bircoll
11:10-11:30 20 Contemporary upper and lower blepharoplasty Malcolm Paul
11:30-12:00 30 Questions/Discussion
12:00 Lunch and visit the exhibits
1:00-1:30 30 Hydroxyapatite augmentation of the facial skeleton. Rationale, technique and results Bryan Mendelson (Australia)
1:30-2:00 30 Mastopexy/Breast augmentation: a personal experience Emilio Andary (Brazil)
2:00-2:30 30 Refinements in Trans-axillary breast augmentation Shim Ching
2:30-3:00 30 Questions/Discussion
3:00 Coffee break and visit the exhibits
3:20-4:00 40 Killing 2 birds with one stone: Management of obesity and Metabolic consequences of bariatric surgery and its impact on body contouring procedures by plastic surgeons Racquel Bueno/Cedric Lorenzo
4:00-4:20 20 Post-bariatric body contouring tips and tricks Michele Shermak
4:20-4:40    20 Factors impacting thromboembolism after body contouring surgery Michele Shermak
4:40-5:00 20 Basic tort ideas and informed consent Alfred Blue
5:00-5:30 30 Questions/ Discussion

Monday, 11 January 2010

TIMES CME Time Topic Speaker
7:00

Registration and continental breakfast

8:00-8:30 30 Post-Blepharoplasty complications of the ocular surface Timothy McDevitt
8:30-9:00 30 Evaluation and management of post-blepharoplasty lower eyelid malposition Michael Grant
8:00-9:30 30 Confessions of an overseas addict Richard Siegel
9:30-10:00 30 Questions/Discussion
10:00 Coffee break and visit the exhibits
10:20-11:00 40 Lessons learned from ethnic rhinoplasty Ashkan Ghavami
11:00-11:30 30 “Tricks” and “ secrets” that have served me in the past 35 years Larry Schlesinger
11:30-12:00 30 Questions/Discussion
12:00 Lunch and visit the exhibits
1:00-1:30 30 Anatomical considerations in facial rejuvenation Ashkan Ghavami
1:30-2:00 30 Evolution of personal face and neck rejuvenation surgery Bruce Connell
2:00-2:30 30 Consequences of lack of collegiality in healthcare profession including plastic surgeon to plastic surgeon Daniel Orr II
2:30-3:00 30 Questions/Discussion
3 :00 Coffee break and visit the exhibits
3:20-4:00 40 The three trends in breast implants: Report of the Japanese Association of Mammary Prostheses Yoshinori Nagumo (Japan)
4:00-4:40 40 Implant reconstruction rivals autologous reconstruction in cosmetic breast outcomes Navin Singh
4:40-5:00 20 Complications of nymphectomy/labial reduction and their prevention Dan Murariu
5:00-5:30 30 Questions/Discussion

Tuesday, 12 January 2010

TIMES CME Time Topic Speaker
7:00

Continental Breakfast

8:00-8:30 30 My 9-year experience with a permanent dermal filler Emilio Andary (Brazil)
8:30-9:00 30

A new approach in the management of Gynecomastia

Frank Lista (Canada)
9:00-9:30 30 A systematic approach to breast ptosis: implant only, circumareolar and vertical approaches. The 4-point gathering suture Frank Lista (Canada)
9:30-10:00 30 Questions/Discussion
10:00

Coffee break

10:20-11:00 40 My 35 year experience with alloplastic facial contouring with permanent, minimally invasive volumizing solution Ed Terino
11:00-11:30 30 PK anesthesia or how to make outpatient anesthesia/surgery as safe as possible Barry Friedberg
11:30-12:00 30 Questions/Discussions
12:00 Lunch
1:00-1:25 25 Surgical correction of the frowning mouth F. Don Parsa
1:25-1:50 25 Factors impacting thromboembolism after body contouring surgery Michele Shermak
1:50-2:10 20 Minimum incision Brachioplasty Mark E. Richards
2:10-2:30 20 Role of Subperiosteal cheek lift “Bundle” in facial rejuvenation Mark E. Richards
2:30-3:00 30 Questions/Discussions
3:00  

Coffee break

3:20-3:50 30

Pediatric hand reconstruction

Mahesh Mankani
3:50-4:20 30

Stem cell therapy to repair bone defects

Mahesh Mankani
4:20-5:00 40 Reconstructive Challenges and their management Thomas Crabtree/Ashkan Ghavami
5:00-5:30 30 Questions/Discussion

Wednesday, 13 January 2010

TIMES CME Time Topic Speaker
7:00

Continental breakfast

8:00-8:30 30 Marine animal attacks in Hawaii and their treatment Peter Galpin
8:30-9:00 30 Evolution of humanitarian medicine Thomas Crabtree
9:00-9:20 20 Refinements in breast augmentation Benjamin Chu
9:20-9:30    10 Origami nasal tip Robert Peterson
9:30-10:00 30 Questions/Discussion
10:00 Coffee break
10:20-10:50 30 Artistry and finesse in lip augmentation and perioral rejuvenation Diane Duncan
10:50-11:10 20 Buttock shaping using fat transfer made simple Ashkan Ghavami
11:10-11:30 20 From hope to despair, love to hatred: a plastic surgeon’s experience in the war-torn Afghanistan Peter Galpin
11:30-12:00 30 Questions/Discussion
12:00 Lunch break
1:00-1:20 20 Psychologic profile of plastic surgery patients and litigation Henri Gaboriau
1:20-1:40 20 Radiofrequency-assisted liposuction of the face:   Invasix/Necktite Malcolm Paul
1:40-2:10 30 Rasiofrequency-assisted liposuction of the body: Invasix/Bodytite Malcolm Paul
2:10-2:30 20 Update on skin fillers in facial rejuvenation Henri Gaboriau
2:30-3:00 30 Questions/Discussion
3:00 Coffee break
3:20-3:35 15 Attempts at a novel nerve repair Ernest Manders
3:35-4:20 45 New concepts of complications in breast reconstruction Yoshiko Iwahira (Japan)
4:20-4:35 15 Breast augmentation after BCT Tomomi Yamakawa (Japan)
4:35-4:50 15 Long-term outcome of fat-preserving lower blepharoplasty F. Don Parsa
4:50:5:00 10 Surgical correction of symmastia Shannon Koehler
5:00-5:30 30 Questions/Discussion

Thursday, 14 January 2010

TIMES CME Time Topic Speaker
7:00 Continental breakfast
8:00-8:45 45 The magical history of Microsurgery and Microsurgical management of the mutilated hand Gregory Buncke
8:45-9:00 15

Hand transplantation, here to stay

Ernest Manders
9:00-9:15 15 Simple, direct approach to hanging neck Richard Siegel
9:15-9:30 15 Plastic surgery on man’s best friend, the dolphins Paul Farringer
9:30-10:00 30

Question/Discussion

10:00

Coffee break

10:20-10:35 15

The role of matrix metalloproteinase MMP)-2 in the remodeling of keloids: implications for mechanism of keloid progression

Risa Imaizumi (Japan)
10:35-10:50 15 What are endorphines and their importance in plastic surgery Daniel Sugai
10:50-11:05 15 Combined use of preoperative celecoxib and gabapentin in postoperative pain reduction Adam Sprouse-Blum
11:05-11:20 15 Radial site dorsal metacarpal VY advancement flap Michio Saze (Japan)
11:20-11:30 10

CD34/LSP-1-positive fibrocytes in skin wound healing

Naomi Inomata (Japan)
11:30-12:00 30 Questions/Discussion
12:00 Adjournment