Program 2018

Saturday, February 17, 2018

TIMES Ballroom (Pi’inaio Room) Makiki Room
7:00-8:00 Registration, Continental Breakfast & Visit Exhibits
8:00-8:10 Opening remarks by F. Don Parsa
8:10-8:45 Beauty: From Reality to Metaphysics and Beyond
Speaker: Gregory Reinking, President of Hawaii Mensa society, author of “Cosmic Legacy: Space, Time, and the Human Mind”
Moderator: F. Don Parsa
Breast Reconstruction and Ideal Breast
Scarless Latissimus Dorsi for Implants; Vancomycin Beads and Capsular Contracture;
Speakers: Franklyn Elliott, Rex Moulton-Barrett
Moderator: Rex Moulton-Barrett
 8:45- 10:00 What I Did Right and What I Did Wrong in Plastic Surgery
Speaker: Melvin Spira, Professor Emeritus, former chairman, plastic surgery, Baylor
Moderator: F. Don Parsa
Cleft Lip
A 25 Year Experience with a Geometric Z-Plasty
Speaker: Richard Siegel
Moderator: F. Don Parsa
10:00-10:30 Break and Visit Exhibits
10:30-12:00 Stem Cells/Fat Grafting
Stem Cells and Plastic Surgery
Science Behind Stem Cell Fat Grafting;
Speakers: Mark Granick; Dan Delvecchio; Reza Jarrahy
Moderator: Dan Delvecchio
New Ideas and Research
Correction of Frowning Mouth Deformity; Wave Cervicoplasty; Direct Neck Lift;
Importance of Umbilical Delay in Abdominoplasty; Validation of the ‘Surgeon Periorbital Rating of Edema and Ecchymosis

Speakers: Richard Siegel;
Dan Murariu;
Nikki Castel;
Justin Cheng;
Jeremie Oliver

Moderator: Richard Siegel

12:00-1:00 Lunch Talk
An Analog Plastic Surgeon in a Digital World
Speaker: Mark Granick
Moderator: F. Don Parsa
1:00-2:00 Buttocks
Fat Transfer: Beauty and Safety
Gluteal Contouring
Speakers: Ash Ghavami, Dan Delvecchio, Constantino Mendieta
Moderator: Ash Ghavami
2:00-2:30 Eyelids
Contemporary Blepharoplasty: Addition and Subtraction Techniques;
Droopy Eyelids; Upper Eyelid; Upper lid “Zipper”
Speaker: Malcolm Paul;
Woong C Choi; Richard Siegel

Moderator: Malcolm Paul
2:30-3:00 Break & Exhibits
3:00-4:00 Abdomen
Three-dimensional Abdominal Contouring;
Refinements in Abdominoplasty;
Oblique Flankplasty;
Classification of umbilicus in abdominoplasty
Speakers: Malcolm Paul, Frank Lista, Dennis J Hurwitz, Justin Cheng
Moderator: Paul Faringer
4:00-5:00 Rhinoplasty
Revision Rhinoplasty Pearls and Tips, Contouring the tip and Lower Laterals
Speaker: Ash Ghavami
Moderator: Bob Peterson
5:00-6:00 Breast Augmentation
Biofilm Management;
Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma (ALCL)
Speakers: Mark Granick, Nikki Castel
Moderator: Bob Peterson
6:00-7:30 Welcome Reception at the Hotel


Sunday, February18, 2018

TIMES Ballroom (Pi’inaio Room) Makiki Room
7:00-8:00 Registration, Continental Breakfast & Visit Exhibits
8:00-9:00 Ethnic Rhinoplasty
Asian and Middle-Eastern
Speakers: Ash Ghavami; Charles Lee; Ali Sajjadian
Moderator: F. Don Parsa
Breast Implants
Office Based Anesthesia;
Subpectoral vs Prepectoral;
Long-term F/U highly cohesive implants;
Office Based Sedation and Monitoring
Speakers: Hani Sbitany, Yoshiko Iwahira, Haripriya Ayyala
Moderator: Hani Sbitany
9:00-10:00 Breast Reconstruction
Avoiding Complications; Fat Grafting in Breast Reconstruction; The Inframammary Fold and Implants
Speakers: Maurice Nahabedian, Hani Sbitany
Moderator: Scott Nishikawa
New Ideas and Research
Complex abdominal wall Reconstruction;
Reconstruction of thoracic and spinal defects;
Breast Reduction without Opioids;
Avoiding opioids in Surgery
Speakers: Dan Murariu, Justin Cheng, Brad Stephan
Moderator: Dan Murariu
10:00-10:30 Break & Visit Exhibits
10:30-11:00 Gynecomastia and Breast Reduction
Refinements in Surgical Treatment of Gynecomastia and Brest Reduction
Speaker: Frank Lista
Moderator: Scott Nishikawa
New Ideas and Research
“DPP4, Scarring, and Fibrosis”;
“Macrophage Transplantation for Improved Wound Healing”
Speaker: Michael S Hu
Moderator: Justin Cheng
11:00-12:00 The Art of Patient Selection
A New Approach to Abdominal Evaluation;
Personality Disorders in Patient Selection
Speakers: Constantino Mendieta, Henry Gaboriau
Moderator: Bob Peterson
New Ideas and Research
Anaplastic Large-cell Lymphoma, Avoiding opioids ; Late hematoma post implants
Speakers: Nikki Castel, Brad Stephan, Leslie Kim
Moderator: Justin Cheng
12:00-1:00 Lunch Talk
Risk vs Profit in Private Practice
Speaker: Ed Terino
Moderator: Paul Faringer
1:00-1:30 Surviving Private Practice
Speaker: Alan Chen
Moderator: Paul Faringer
1:30-2:30 External Genitalia
Cosmetic Gynecology;
Cosmetic Labioplasty and scrotoplasty;
Wedge vs Straight Labioplasty
Speakers: Angela Pratt, Tue Dinh, Dan Murariu
Moderator: F. Don Parsa
2:30-3:00 Break & Exhibits
3:00-3:30 Understanding Hormones
Speaker: Alan Parsa
Moderator: Bob Peterson
3:30-6:00 Antiaging & Hormone Treatment
A 2 ½ hours course
Speaker: Mark Richards
Moderator: Bob Peterson


Poster Presentations

  1. Neck Rejuvenation with Wave Cervicoplasty: Nikki Castel
  2. Avoiding Opioids in Surgery: Brad Stephan
  3. Bilateral Breast Reduction without Opioid Analgesics: Justin Cheng
  4. Classification of Umbilicus and its importance in Abdominoplasty: Justin Cheng
  5. Late Hematoma after Breast Augmentation: Leslie Kim
  6. Complex Abdominal Wall Reconstruction: Daniel Murariu
  7. Reconstruction of Thoracic and Spinal Defects: Daniel Murariu
  8. Validation of the ‘Surgeon Periorbital Rating of Edema and Ecchymosis: Jeremie Oliver

This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and Elements of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education through the joint providership of the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, Inc. and the Pan Pacific Surgical Society. The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, Inc. is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Inc. designates this live activity for a maximum of 17 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Credit hours are subject to program changes.

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