Program 2012

Saturday, January 28
Room A Mauna Kea Ballroom

TIMES CME Time Topic Speaker
7:00 Registration and continental breakfast and visit exhibits
8:00-8:30 30 Welcome and Introduction F. Don Parsa
8:30-9:15 45 Facial Transplantation (presented by the lead microsurgeon of the first American facial transplant) Daniel Alam
9:15-10:00 45 Hand Transplantation Ernest Manders
10:00-10:30 Coffee break and visit exhibits
10:30-11:00 30 Panfacial Rejuvenation: Vectors and Volume Based Approach for the Aging Face Malcolm Paul
11:00-11:30 30 Contemporary Blepharoplasty and Browlifting Malcolm Paul
11:30-12:00 30 Questions/Discussion
12noon-1:00 Lunch and visit the exhibits
1:00-2:00 60 My Approach to the Aging Face Jonathan Sykes
2:00-2:15 15 Lower Eyelid Blepharoplasty: simplified and De-Mystified Ashkan Ghavami
2:15-2:30 15 The Sphincter Concept in Blepharoplasty Richard Siegel
2:30-3:00 30 Questions/Discussion
3:00-3:30 Coffee break and visit the exhibits
3:30-4:00 30 My 35 year experience with a simple2 suture canthopexy Ed Terino
4:00-4:30 30 Understanding the anatomy of oriental eyelids: The amazing zipper. Richard Siegel
4:30-5:00 30 Question/Discussion
6:00 General reception in Captain’s room, same floor as the meeting

Saturday, January 28
Room B Haleakala Room

TIMES CME Time Topic Speaker
7:00-8:00 Registration and continental breakfast and visit exhibits
8:00-8:30 30 Room A Room A
8:30-9:30 60 Room A Room A
9:30-10:00 30 Nasal Reconstruction Craig Murakami
10:00-10:30 Lunch and visit the exhibits
10:30-11:00 30 Principles of Functional Rhinoplasty Craig Murakami
11:00-11:30 30 Contemporary Management of Facial Aging Using Volume Augmentation and Deep Plane Facelift Jonathan Sykes
11:30-12:00 30 Aesthetic Skeletal Surgery Jonathan Sykes
12noon-1pm Lunch and visit the exhibits
1:00-1:30 30 Mandibular reconstruction—A stepwise
approach to decision making
Brian Burkey
1:30-2:00 30 Reconstruction of parotidectomy defects—
Facial reanimation and soft tissue defect
considerations
Brian Burkey
2:00-2:30 30 Turbinectomy Does Not Lead to Empty Nose Syndrome in The Crowded Nasal Airway Rex Moulton-Barrett
2:30-3:00 30 Questions/Discussion
3:00-3:30 Coffee break and visit the exhibits
3:30-4:00 30 Osteotomies in rhinoplasty made simple and easy Herve Gentile
4:00-4:15 15 Non-invasive skin lifting by focused ultrasound therapy Mark Sofonio
4:15-4:30 15 Question/Discussion
6:00-9:00 General reception in Niihau room, same floor as the meeting

Sunday, January 29
Room A Mauna Kea Ballroom

TIMES CME Time Topic Speaker
7:00-8:00 Registration and continental breakfast and visit exhibits
8:00-8:45 45 Aesthetics: From Reality to Metaphysics and Beyond Plastic Surgery. (Dr. Reinking is president of Hawaii Mensa Society and the author of “Cosmic Legacy: Space, Time, and the Human Mind”) Gregory Reinking
8:45-9:30 45 Personality disorders in plastic surgery patients and how to avoid lawsuits Henri Gaboriau
9:30-10:00 30 Questions/Discussion
10:00-10:30 Coffee break and visit exhibits
10:30-11:15 45 Volumizing the face permanently with alloplastic techniques Ed Terino
11:15-11:30 15 A reliable and permanent method of volumizing the suborbital hollow Ed Terino
11:30-12:00 30 Questions/Discussion
12noon-1pm Lunch and visit the exhibits
1:00-1:30 30 Ethnic Rhinoplasty: Techniques and Principles Ashkan Ghavami
1:30-2:00 30 The Lower Lateral Crura: Transection, Transposition, and Struts Ashkan Ghavami
2:00-2:30 30 Breast augmentation/mastopexy Maurice Nahabedian
2:30-3:00 30 Questions/Discussion
3:00-3:30 Coffee break and visit the exhibits
3:30-4:30 60 “A 30 Year Retrospective and Prospective Study of Fat Transfer with Applications for Breast Cancer Prevention”. Mel Bircoll
4:30-5:00 30 Question/Discussion

Sunday, January 29
Room B/ Haleakala Room

TIMES CME Time Topic Speaker
7:00-8:00 Registration and continental breakfast and visit exhibits
8:00-8:45 45 Management of Gunshot Wounds to the Head and Neck Paul Donald
8:45-9:30 45 Complex abdominal wall reconstruction “Clinical Challenges in Abdominal Wall Reconstruction:  Pearls and Pitfalls” Jeffrey Janis
9:30-10:00 30 Questions/Discussion
10:00-10:30 Coffee break and visit exhibits
10:30-11:15 45 The Importance of the Mid Facial Bundle in Facial Rejuvenation Mark Richards
11:15-11:30 15 Invasix™Radiofrequency Assisted Liposuction for Face, Neck, and Body Contouring Malcolm Paul
11:30-12:00 30 Questions/Discussion
12noon-1pm Lunch and visit the exhibits
1:00-1:30 30 Cleft lip repair made simple: straight line repair Tom Crabtree
1:30-2:00 30 Latissimus Dorsi Revisited in Breast Reconstruction Randy Sherman
2:00-2:30 30 Calf augmentation Lloyd Carlsen
2:30-3:00 30 Questions/Discussion
3:00-3:30 Coffee break and visit the exhibits
3:30-4:00 30 A simplified approach to Lower Body Lift Surgery Mitchel Krieger
4:00-4:30 30 Breast reconstruction with expander and ADM Allen Gabriel
4:30-5:00 30 Question/Discussion

Monday, January 30
Room A Mauna Kea Ballroom

TIMES CME Time Topic Speaker
7:00-8:00 Registration and continental breakfast
8:00-8:45 45 The S-Curve Buttock Lift: Fat Transfer for Shaping the Buttock and Body Silhouette Ashkan Ghavami
8:45-9:15 30 Complex upper body post-bariatric rejuvenation and approaches to the thighs Mitchel Krieger
9:15-9:45 30 EMR in Plastic Surgery and Health Care Mitchel Krieger
9:45-10:15 30 Questions/Discussion
10:15-10:40 Coffee break and visit the exhibits
10:40-11:10 30 The Changing and Challenging Patterns of War Trauma Ian Valerio
11:10-11:30 20 Surgical Correction of the Frowning Mouth F. Don Parsa
11:30-12:00 30 Questions/Discussion
12noon-1pm Lunch and visit the exhibits
1:00-3:00 120 Course on “Bioidentical testosterone in the treatment of male and female menopause” Mark Richards
3:00-3:30 Coffee break and visit the exhibits
3:30-4:30 60 Malpractice and Informed Consent Al Blue MD,JD
4:30-5:00 30 Peer review vs doctors; Suits and countersuits Daniel Orr II MD,JD
5:00-5:30 30 Question/Discussion

Monday, January 30
Room B Haleakala Ballroom

TIMES CME Time Topic Speaker
7:00-8:00 Registration and continental breakfast
8:00-8:20 20 Missions to Nepal: a personal experience Peter Galpin
8:20-8:40 20 Development of an acellular dermal matrix Ernest Manders
8:40-9:00 20 Breast reconstruction after radiation Yoshiko Iwahira (Japan)
9:00-9:20 20 Preoperative and intraoperative mapping for DIEP breast reconstruction Risal Djohan
9:20—9:40 20 Breast reconstruction with DIEP in Asian women Kenji Yano (Japan)
9:40-10:00 20 Questions/Discussion
10:00-10:30 Coffee break and visit the exhibits
10:30-11:30 60 Transgender Surgery in Thailand: a 30-years experience Prayuth Chokrungvaranont/ Tiewtranon Preecha (Thailand)
11:30-12:00 30 Questions/Discussion
12noon-1pm Lunch and visit the exhibits
1:00-1:30 30 Vascular anomalies of the hand and management Mahesh Mankani
1:30-1:45  15 Understanding the endorphins and their importance in pain management Adam Sprouse-Blum
1:45-2:00 15 Non-invasive skin lifting by focused ultrasound therapy Mark Sofonio
2:00-2:20 20 Revision augmentation cases with ADM Allen Gabriel
2:20-2:50 30 Questions/Discussion
2:50-3:20 30 Cleft rhinoplasty and multidisciplinary experience in Hawaii Granger Wong
3:20-3:40 20 Dry Eye Syndrome due to Botox: prevention and management Dan Murariu
3:40-4:00 20 Importance of communication in reducing postoperative pain Dan Sugai
4:00-4:10 10 Radiofrequency skin tightening: an engineer’s perspective Robert Peterson
4:10-4:30 20 Awake Plastic Surgery: Fad or Future Navin Singh
4:30-4:40 10 Long-term follow-up of polyurethane implants Anna Flaherty/Raymond Machi
4:40-5:00 10 Surgical management of symmastia Sharon Koehler
5:00-5:30 30 Question/Discussion

 

 

Posters

  1. Correction of Frowning Mouth Deformity: Murariu
  2. Dry Eye Syndrome due to Botulinum Toxin Type-A injection:Murariu/Ozgur
  3. Fat-Preserving Lower Blepharoplasty: Murariu
  4. Role of Communication in Post-operative Pain Management: Dan Sugai
  5. What are Endorphins: Dan Sugai/Adam Sprouse-Blum
  6. Preoperative Celecoxib and Gabapentin in Pain Management:Adam Sprouse-Blum
  7. Simple Correction of Symmastia with Capsular Flap: ShannonKoehler
  8. Long-Term Follow-up of Polyurethane Implants: Flaherty/Machi