Educational Course — Sunday, April 30, 2017

4:30pm – 6:30pm — 2-Hour Courses – 2 CME credits per course

513 Aesthetic Eyelid and Forehead Surgery that Focuses on a Natural Result for the Patient
2 CME credits
Discounted pre-registration fee: $140 On-site fee: $190
Patrick Sullivan, MD and Glenn Jelks, MD
pksullivanmd@gmail.com
Level: Comprehensive                   Organization: Discussion
This comprehensive course is designed for the physician.  It will provide participants an in-depth view of practical anatomy of the upper face and eyelid region.  Treatment rationale and clinical applications for a variety of techniques will be covered including the use of proven blepharoplasty techniques that are designed to be very atraumatic, yet effective.  The emphasis of this course will be on techniques to improve eyelid appearance, reduce or eliminate lid cheek junction abnormalities, and improve skin texture.
Desired outcomes:

  • Explain to the patient how to integrate the treatment of forehead/eyebrow asymmetries and abnormalities with upper and lower eyelids when considering surgical options in the pre-treatment consultation
  • Identify and treat the muscles, retaining ligaments, and other critical anatomical structures to achieve the desired result when planning forehead surgery
  • Demonstrate knowledge of appropriate fillers, depth of injection and specific techniques to ensure optimal outcomes when injecting fillers in the periorbital region
  • Describe, step-by-step, how to ensure patient safety while achieving optimal results during upper and lower lid fat grafting
  • Given the array of techniques for treatment of lid-cheek junction abnormalities, assess options to design effective treatment plans for individual patients
  • Describe the actions which can lead to adverse events or complications and categorize subsequent management during endoscopic and open forehead and brow rejuvenation
  • Given an array of pre-operative deformities, choose an effective treatment plan from options including peels, fat injection, injectable neurotoxin, soft tissue fillers, and the surgical techniques available today
  • When seeking to control eyebrow position and shape, demonstrate specific techniques in order to ensure optimal outcome

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