412 Transaxillary Endoscopic Breast Augmentation: Processes and Refinements to Improve Patient Outcomes

Sunday, April 14
2:00pm – 4:00pm
2-Hour Courses - 2 CME credits per course

412 Transaxillary Endoscopic Breast Augmentation: Processes and Refinements to Improve Patient Outcomes

2 CME credits
Discounted pre-registration fee: $140 On-site fee: $190
Louis Strock, MD and Grady Core, MD
llstrock@msn.com
Level: Comprehensive                    Organization: Didactic
Desired outcomes:

  • Recognize issues for successful use of transaxillary endoscopic approach for breast augmentation using either silicone gel or saline devices
  • Identify and differentiate between incision planning for saline and silicone gel devices
  • Identify specific issues of technique using an endoscope to establish correct tissue planes and to create a precise breast implant pocket
  • Stabilize the breast implant and tissue pocket using intraoperative and postoperative techniques for tissue support, thereby minimizing issues of implant malposition