101/201 Facelift: Planning and Technique

Friday, April 12
11:30am – 4:00pm
4-Hour Courses - 4 CME credits per course

101/201 Facelift: Planning and Technique
4 CME credits
Discounted pre-registration fee: $250 On-site fee $300
Timothy Marten, MD
tmarten@martenclinic.com
Level: Comprehensive                    Organization: Didactic
Desired outcomes:

  • Review the relevance of the SMAS and the importance of SMAS utilization in the modern facelift procedure
  • Compare and contrast the strengths and weaknesses of the commonly advocated facelift techniques 
  • Discuss pre-operative analysis of the individual patient and the formulation of an appropriate surgical plan  
  • Describe the planning of incisions to minimize scars, hairline displacement and secondary deformities
  • Discuss planning the utilization of the SMAS and modification of the platysma 
  • Review clinically relevant anatomy important to surgical technique and avoiding complications 
  • Evaluate treatment of the mid-face and review controversies in mid-face rejuvenation 
  • Describe management of the difficult neck 
  • Discuss sequencing facelift with other procedures 
  • Review anesthesia considerations in facelift surgery 
  • Assess patient safety issues in facelift surgery 
  • Identify peri-operative care of the facelift patient