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  • Rhytidectomy Innovations The Double Deep Plane Rhytidectomy

    Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 08/26/2020

    Rhytidectomy Innovations The Double Deep Plane Rhytidectomy - Richard D. Gentile,, MD

    Approaches to the deep plane have traditionally involved a Skoog type lower facial approach, a Hamra deep plane or a multi plane SMAS flap approach. The presenter has developed a new Approach to the deep plane using Ultrsonic dissection that permit easy dissection of the facial deep plane and a complete deep plane and subplatysmal dissection that releases all posterior platysmal retaining ligaments. This technique has been used in close to 100 patients with excellent results and low complications. The technique is currently in press in Facial Plastic Surgery Journal.

    Richard D. Gentile

    MD

    Kaete A. Archer (Moderator)

    MD

  • Essentials in Facial Plastic Surgery Part 2

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Essentials courses geared to facial plastic residents.

    To ensure residents and fellows-in-training receive the essential education they need to succeed, we’re continuing our virtual presentation of the Essentials in Facial Plastic Surgery Course. Don’t miss this comprehensive review of the art and science of our specialty. Taught by experienced physicians and masters of the craft, this course is designed specifically for residents and covers all aspects of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 

    J. Randall Jordan (Moderator)

    MD

    Lamont Jones

    MD

    Laura R. Garcia Rodriguez

    MD

  • Facial Reanimation Tips and Tricks–Ask The Experts

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 08/12/2020

    Tips from Experts in Facial Reanimation - Samuel Oyer, Moderator

    Recent years have seen continued improvement in new and innovative techniques to treat facial paralysis.  This presentation will involve a panel discussion utilizing case-based examples to illustrate real-life scenarios faced my many facial plastic & reconstructive surgeons treating patients with facial paralysis.  The panelists will discuss practical surgical techniques and patient management pearls they have honed over years dedicated to facial reanimation. Case examples will include office based treatments such as chemodenervation and surgical techniques ranging from static slings, to nerve transfer, to free muscle transfer.  An emphasis will be placed on practical techniques to equip attendees with helpful tools when treating their own patients.

    Babak Azizzadeh

    MD

    Patrick Byrne

    MD

    Tessa Hadlock

    MD

    Samuel Oyer (Moderator)

    MD

  • Addressing Nasal Tip Support in Rhinoplasty Surgery: Choosing the Maneuver, Suture or Graft

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 08/05/2020

    Addressing Nasal Tip Support in Rhinoplasty Surgery: Choosing the Maneuver, Suture or Graft - Jose Enrique Barrera, MD

    There are various techniques used to address nasal tip shape and resiliency. The presentation will address indications for dome suture versus need for alteration of the lateral crura and placement of various nasal tip grafts. An approach will be presented from simple techniques to more advanced overlay and tensioning of the lateral crura in achieving aesthetic goals to the nasal tip.

    Jose Enrique Barrera

    MD

    Brian J. F. Wong (Moderator)

    MD

  • Advanced Deep-Plane Rhytidectomy: From Novice to Expert

    Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 07/22/2020

    Advanced Deep-Plane Rhytidectomy: From Novice to Expert - Neil A. Gordon, MD

    This webinar will include two presentations: "The Illusion of volume loss /the etiology of aging" and "Deep Plane Rhytidectomy to Vertical Platysma Advancements; from novice to expert. The webinar will present the foundation of facial aging based on multiple pubished studies on the etiology of facial aging by Neil A Gordon, MD and segue in the second presentation to the concepts of deep-plane rhytidectomy.  As one of the pioneers of this technique the academic validity as well as the technique for novices as well as the advancements and nuances  for experienced practitioners that created there vertical platysma advancement will be defined in detail.

    Edwin F. Williams, III (Moderator)

    MD

    Neil Gordon

    MD

  • Extended Deep Plane Facelift and Necklift: Indications, Technique, Longevity and Risks

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 06/27/2020

    This webinar provides insight for the rationale behind medial based deep plane facelifting and how it differs from lateral superficial muscular aponeurotic system facelifting (SMAS) - Andrew Jacono, MD

    In order to better understand the rationale behind medial based deep plane facelifting and how it differs from lateral superficial muscular aponeurotic system (SMAS) facelifting (high SMAS orlow SMAS), this webinar will focus on an advanced understanding of the complex anatomy of the SMAS and soft tissues of the face primarily using surgical videos to enhance learning.  This includes anatomic description of the fixed and mobile SMAS.  Unlike lateral SMAS facelift flap procedures (high or low), the extended deep plane facelift enters the sub-SMAS plane medially at the mobile SMAS giving it a biomechanical advantages when lifting the anterior midface and jowl soft tissue ptosis.    Integral to this procedure is release of four key retaining ligaments in the face and neck, the zygomatic cutaneous, masseteric cutaneous, mandibular cutaneous, and cervical retaining ligaments. Once released, the composite deep plane flap is repositioned in a vertical vector to volumize the midface and gonial angle along the jawline. Important anatomic considerations during the deep plane dissection are discussed. In the midface, these include the fixed and mobile SMAS, zygomatic and masseteric cutaneous ligaments, facial fat compartments, and facial nerve. In the neck, focus is on extending the deep plane dissection of the platytsma, releasing the cervical retaining ligaments. This course will also discuss modification in platysma myotomies that improve jawline contour, and re-draping the composite deep plane flap to volumize the midface and gonial angle which atrophy with age, thus improving the cheek and jawline contour.   Data on longevity and efficacy will be presented based upon cohort studies of over 1000 patients.  The talk will also focus on mitigating the risks of deep plane surgery, new modified vectoring and creating imperceptible scars.

    Andrew Jacono

    MD

  • Essentials in Facial Plastic Surgery Part 1

    Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 06/24/2020

    Essentials courses geared to facial plastic residents.

    To ensure residents receive essential education, we’re bringing our ever-popular Essentials in Facial Plastic Surgery Course to you virtually. Don’t miss this comprehensive review of the art and science of our specialty. Taught by experienced physicians and masters of the craft, this course is designed specifically for otolaryngology residents and covers all aspects of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 

    Deborah Watson (Moderator)

    MD

    J. Randall Jordan

    MD

    Ryan Orosco

    MD

    Jacqueline Greene

    MD

  • Keys to Lawsuit Prevention, Medical License Protection & Tax Savings - Natalyn O. Lewis

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 05/27/2020

    Tax Strategies: what you can implement no due to the COVID-19 extended Tax Deadline •Estate Planning: what are the best tools to protect my family if something happens to me? •Asset Protection: strategies to protect you going forward after COVID-19

    Some of the vital keys to the success of a practice involve things that are not strictly taught in medical school.  Such as the adequate and correct use of available business entities appropriate for a medical practice.  Many physicians are not aware of the specific legal tools available, that enable them to focus their efforts on improved patient care.

    Natalyn O. Lewis

    Ms.

  • Full Facial Fat Grafting - Mastering the Techniques - Catalog 805

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 01/01/2019

    Full Facial Fat Grafting - Mastering the Techniques - Bruce Van Natta, MD

    This video will provide a comprehensive overview of facial fat grafting from analysis of volume deficit, to harvesting, preparation and placement of the grafts. Nuances of technique and best practices will be emphasized. This educational video should be of value to the novice and experienced surgeon alike.

    Bruce Van Natta

    MD

  • Vertical Vector Extended Deep Plan Facelifting - Catalog 351

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 01/01/2019

    Vertical Vector Extended Deep Plan Facelifting - Andrew Jacono, MD

    Andrew A. Jacono, MD, performs the extended deep plane facelift he has developed with adjunctive procedures to rejuvenate the upper, middle and lower third of the face in this video. This facial rejuvenation procedure includes autologous fat grafting to the temple, periorbital region and midface as well as a modified lip lift and SMAS graft to the lips. A guiding principle in his technique is repositioning of deep facial to volumize the aging face and soft tissue sparing. The case contains a thorough review of the patient's preoperative appearance and surgical goals. Step-by-step procedure is demonstrated from incision to closure. Throughout the extended deep plane facelift procedure he explains the approach to the deep plane, release of the zygomatic, masseteric and mandibular cutaneous ligaments, elevation of the malar fat pad off the zygomaticus musculature, and vertical vectoring the deep plane flap to volumize the midface. The necklifting portion of the surgery highlights his technique of extending the deep plane dissection into the neck elevating an extensive platysma muscle flap inferiorly off the sternocleidomastoid muscle and medially. With a platysma myotomy, this flap is converted into a platysma sling supporting the submandibular gland and create a defined jawline contour. To further rejuvenate the midline neck his technique for opening the neck is described including sub-platysmal medial flap elevation, inter- and sub- platysmal fat removal, digastric treatment and hyoid fascia suspension of the midline platysma during corset platysmaplasty.

    Andrew Jacono

    MD