204 Reshaping the Face and Lid-Cheek Junction

Friday, April 12
2:00pm - 4:00pm

2-Hour Courses - 2 CME credits per course

204 Reshaping the Face and Lid-Cheek Junction  
2 CME credits
Discounted pre-registration fee: $140 On-site fee: $190
Richard Warren, MD
richardwarren@telus.net
Level: Advanced                              Organization: Didactic
Desired outcomes: 

  • Identify anatomical changes which cause aging in the orbit, mid-face, and lid-cheek junction
  • Discuss how to permanently eliminate the tear trough deformity utilizing a variety of techniques, including fat transfer over the orbital rim
  • Recognize a skin flap lower lid blepharoplasty, which removes excess skin, preserves muscle, and increases safety
  • Identify different canthopexy procedures and learn to perform one simple, safe technique which is applicable in all aesthetic lower lid procedures
  • Assess periorbital and mid face fat grafting to reverse age related deflation
  • Select patients appropriate for a single plane facelift
  • Select patients appropriate for a dual facelift
  • Design an oblique dual plane facelift which effectively raises cheek fat, including the malar fat pad, with long-lasting results
  • Identify how to protect facial nerve branches during deep plane surgery
  • Decrease the incidence of facelift hematomas