This course is a tightly focused survey of surgical and non-surgical options for periorbital and facial rejuvenation. The multidisciplinary faculty, renown experts in their fields, focus on practical techniques and conceptual pearls designed to send participants home with tools that they can immediately apply to their own practice.
Friday, July 20, 2018
UCLA Stein Eye Institute, CHS 53-129, Dissection Laboratory – 7:30 am - 4:30 pm
The dissection workshop focuses on anatomic and surgical pearls of core aesthetic surgical procedures such as upper and lower blepharoplasty, Asian blepharoplasty, forehead lift, mid face lift, and canthoplasty options. The various procedures will be reviewed in step-by-step fashion, utilizing a detailed dissection manual, bullet point surgical videos, and prosections by faculty experts. A limited enrollment will promote close interaction between participants and faculty so that each participant can perform the procedures on cadavers, with faculty guidance.
Due to popular demand, we have once again added a live audio visual feed of the aesthetics dissection course. We have tried this once before and received rave reviews. The course directors, faculty, and guest faculty are “miked up” and seen in high definition performing the dissections from our Friday dissection course in our audio visual suite. The live audio visual suite also receives all the live lectures given in the laboratory. A faculty monitor will be present at all times in the audio visual suite to relate your questions to the “miked up” faculty. Then the same faculty will also come to the audio visual suite to lead further discussion. Both the faculty and the attendees loved this new educational experience.
Saturday, July 21, 2018
UCLA Stein Eye Institute, RPB Auditorium – 7:30 am - 5:00 pm
The second day of the course will be didactic covering the nuances of technique that are critical for achieving the elegant results demanded by today’s sophisticated patients. This course brings together innovative experts in aesthetic oculoplastic surgery to share their experiences, techniques, and pearls. A range of talks will be given covering aesthetic blepharoplasty, endoscopic forehead surgery, face lift surgery, and non-incisional techniques. Course participants unable to attend the first day of the course are welcome for the second day.
This course is targeted to practicing ophthalmologists and oculoplastic surgeons.
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Send the completed enrollment form to:
David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA
Office of Continuing Medical Education
Aesthetic Eyelid and Facial Rejuvenation Course 2018
10920 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 1060
Los Angeles, CA 90024-6512
Fax the enrollment form with charge card information and your authorizing signature to (310) 794-2624.
Use your American Express, MasterCard, VISA, or Discover card. Call (310) 794-2620
- $2,250.00 - Friday and Saturday – Fresh Cadaver Surgery Procedure Workshop and Didactic Session
- $895.00 - Friday and Saturday – Moderated High Definition Video Feed of Dissection Lab and Didactic Session
- $395.00 - Saturday Only – Didactic Session
Request for refunds must be received in writing no later than July 1, 2018. A handling fee of $100 will be deducted from each cancelled registration.
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At the conclusion of this program participants will be able to:
- Recognize and be familiar with the palate of options, evaluation, and decision making for non-surgical aesthetic facial rejuvenation.
- Practice safe techniques of aesthetic upper eyelid surgery and aesthetic lower eyelid surgery.
- Identify the principles of midface rejuvenation with a review of the anatomy and physiology as it relates to safe procedures.
- Assess the relevant anatomy and potential anatomic danger areas related to surgical rejuvenation of the orbit, face and neck.
- Avoid surgical complications or provide appropriate management of complications.
- Refer to practical course material and feel comfortable incorporating new techniques safely and conservatively into their own practice.
This course is approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Credits TM.
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