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World Congress on
Controversies in Plastic Surgery & Dermatology (CoPLASDy)

Catalonia Palace of Congresses, Barcelona, Spain, November 4-7, 2010
 
  Scientific Program Print
Thursday, November 4, 2010          Hall A

Plenary Session
 
17:30-19:30
THE BUSINESS OF BEAUTY
Capsule: The jury is still out on the meaning of beauty, and beauty contests often vary in result.  The fast-growing industry of beauty is driven by mounting request and need, the search for youth, available services, accessibility and frequent innovation.  Aggressive marketing however, with unrealistic expectations, can lead to dissatisfaction and malpractice suit.  Can we maneuver through the conflict?
Chairpersons:
P. Heden, Sweden; C.W. Hanke, USA
   
17:30-17:40
Greetings
E. Winkler, Israel; G. Sattler, Germany
   
 
Debate: The business of beauty: Client or patient, selling or treatment recommendation - What is the best way to serve the cosmetic patient?
 
17:00-18:00
Aggressive marketing leads to unrealistic expectations and increased malpractice suits
F. Nahai, USA
  
18:00-18:20       
Marketing is the first step in patient knowledge and empowerment
P. Weiner, Palomar
 
18:20-18:40       
Discussion
  
    
    
18:40-19:05
Lecture: Can we agree on the "meaning of beauty" under the consideration of an ethnical and individual traditional background?
P. Heden, Sweden
    
19:05-19:30
Lecture: Total facial transplant
J.P. Barret, Spain
 
 
19:30
Welcome Reception

     
Friday, November 5, 2010          Hall A
Session 1
 
08:30-10:00
AGING FACE I
Capsule: Since BTX-A has become the shooting star in cosmetic pharmacological treatments, the indcations, their treatment recommendations, and philosophy of use is in continuous evolution.  What do we want and what does the patient want from BTX-A treatment?  Should we prefer one time long-term solutions over repeated BTX-A injection?
Chairperson:
A. Carruthers, Canada 
   
 
Debate: Which doses of Botulinum toxin-A (BTX-A) leads to high satisfaction without over-treatment?  Is it possible at all?
 
08:30-08:40
High dosing leads to more long-lasting and pronounced results?
J. Carruthers, Canada
 
08:40-08:50
Low dosage leads to a more natural look?  Is it effective enough for patient satisfaction?
B. Ascher, France
 
08:50-09:05
Discussion
 
    
  
 
Debate: Surgical treatment vs. BTX-A for hyperhidrosis axillaris
 
09:05-09:15
Surgical treatment is the ultimate solution
D. Rosin, Israel
 
09:15-09:25
BTX-A is non-invasive and provides satisfactory results
A. Carruthers, Canada
 
09:25-09:40
Discussion
  
        
09:40-10:00
Lecture: Safety and efficacy of topical botulinum toxin type-A for the treatment of moderate to severe lateral canthal lines - A review of the Phase 2 experience
M. Kane, USA
   
   
10:00-10:30
Coffee Break
  
  
Session 2
 
10:30-12:00
ADVANCED FACIAL TREATMENTS: INTRODUCING THE NEW CO2RE - FRACTIONAL CO2 REJUVENATION SYSTEM
Industrial symposium sponsored by Syneron-Candela
   
   
  
12:00-12:30
Poster Viewing
  
  
Session 3
 
12:30-14:00
UTILIZING HIGH-INTENSITY FOCUS ULTRASOUND FOR NON-INVASIVE BODY CONTOURING: PROOF THROUGH SCIENCE
Industrial symposium sponsored by Medicis Technologies Corp.
   
  
 
14:00-15:00
Lunch Break
 
 
Session 4
 
15:00-16:30
NON-SURGICAL BODY CONTOURING
Capsule:
Do we have proof that new technology is better than traditional liposuction?  New hi tech devices widen the choices for body contouring but can they offer similar results as traditional liposuction?
Chairperson: N. Sadick, USA
 
 
15:00-15:15
Lecture: Ultrasound-assisted technology for non-surgical body contouring
M. Lapidoth, Israel
   
15:15-15:30
Lecture: Whole body skin tightening technology
N. Sadick, USA
   
15:30-15:45
Lecture: Carboxytherapy: Rejuvenation of the so tricky periorbital area with an innovative biostimulation of dermal structures via medical carbondioxide
S. Zenker, Germany
   
15:45-16:00
Lecture: Randomized, sham-controlled, safety and effectiveness study of a high-intensity focused ultrasound device for noninvasive body contouring
M. Kane, USA
   
16:00-16:15
Lecture: Non-invasive fat modulation
A. Orenstein, Israel
   
16:15-16:30
Discussion
   
16:30-17:00
Coffee Break
  
  
Session 5
AGING FACE II: THE USE OF BOTULINUM TOXIN-A
17:00-18:30   
Capsule: Botulimun Toxin-A has become the leading cosmetic pharmacological treatment - Indications, does and frequency are in debate
Chairperson: J. Carruthers, Canada
     
 
Debate: Are Botulinum toxin-a products interchangeable?
  
17:00-17:15
Yes
L. Weist, Germany
  
17:15-17:30
No
M. Kane, USA
 
17:30-17;45
Discussion
  
   
17:45-18:00
Lecture: Characterstics of existing BTX-A preparations in aesthetics?
L. Weist, Germany
   
18:00-18:15
Lecture: Cosmetic botulinum toxins: 2010 update on dosing and latest technologies
B. Ascher, France
   
18:15-18:30 Discussion
   
  
Saturday, November 6, 2010          Hall A
Session 16
08:30-10:00 LIPOSUCTION
Capsule: Does the plethora of methods for body contouring indicate that none is completely satisfactory?  Is it time to start evaluating the differences based on evidence?
Chairpersons: G. Sattler, Germany; C.W. Hanke, USA
   
 
Debate: What is preferable - wet, hyper-wet or water-jet-assisted liposuction?
  
08:30-08:45
Liposuction using local anesthesia is established as safe and reproducible therefore no general anesthesia is required
G. Blugerman, Argentina
  
08:45-09:00
Supertumescent liposuction using local anesthetic procedures, despite being longer and more cumbersome, facilitates more accurate body contouring and better skin re-draping
L. Habbema, The Netherlands
  
09:00-09:10
Discussion
  
    
09:10-09:25
 
Lecture: What to do if you get post operative dints?
J.G. von Finckenstein, Germany
   
09:25-09:35
Lecture: Functional and aesthetic lipostructure of the femail gential area
M. Brambilla, Italy
   
09:35-09:45
Lecture: Macromolecular hyaluronic acird breast saping: 4 years of experience
M. Brambilla, Italy
          
09:45-10:00
Lecture: What are the limitations of tumescent infiltrations in out-patient liposuction surgery?
C.W. Hanke, USA
   
10:00-10:30 Coffee Break
    
Session 17
10:30-12:00
UPDATE ON NEW TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENTS IN LASER LIPOLYSIS AND LIGHT-BASED TECHNOLOGY
Industrial symposium sponsored by Palomar
  
Capsule:
Technology development is something we all hear about everyday. The most powerful, the most effective, the most innovative, etc.., does all of this development really matter? In the case of Laser Lipolysis, can the use of a novel wavelength selectively absorbed into the adipocyte really create the optimal combination of lipolysis, tissue retraction, and safety? In the development of Fractional technology, can the addition of compression open new doors in the non ablative field by displacing dermal water to increase penetration for better results, decrease complications, and decrease patient discomfort? Can the stagnant IPL market spurred into a new era by using new filtration techniques to produce Optimized Pulsed Light for better competition with the “gold standard” laser counterparts? What is all of this development actually about, and how can it help physicians and patients alike?
 
    
12:00-12:30 Poster Viewing
    
Session 18  
12:30-14:00
WORKSHOP: THERMAGE CPT, FRAXEL RESTORE DUAL AND ISOLAZ – WHAT'S NEW?
Industrial symposium sponsored by Solta
   
Capsule:
Thermage CPT, synonymous for next generation RF technology, and Fraxel DUAL, the industry’s most versatile non-ablative DUAL wavelength laser system, bring an array of new treatment options for skin tightening, skin contouring and skin resurfacing. Isolaz represents the latest in Photopneumatic Therapy in treating active ACNE. Dr. Gerhard Sattler, together with Dr. Shirin Samimi-Fard, will amplify benefits and efficacy of these industry leading devices in a dynamic workshop.
 
   
14:00-15:00 Lunch Break
     
Session 19  
15:00-16:30 FACIAL REJUVENATION, FAT GRAFTING AND OTHER TECHNIQUES
Capsule: Should we prefer surgical methods for facial rejuvenation over non-invasive managements?
Chairperson: P. Tonnard, Belgium
   
15:00-15:15
Lecture: Facial reconstruction and facial fat grafting
P. Tonnard, Belgium
   
15:15-15:30
Lecture: Looking into the future: Other types of indications in fat grafting 
T. Tiryaki, Turkey
     
15:30-15:45
Lecture: Non-invasive skin rejuvenation using radiofrequency
I. Verner, Israel
  
 
15:45-16:00 Lecture: Ptosis surgery during upper eyelid blepharoplasty
G. Ben-Simon, Israel
  
  
16:00-16:15
Lecture: Do stem cell-enriched fat grafts take better, and is their long term behavior more precise than regular fat grafts?
A. Tessone, Israel
   
16:15-16:30
Discussion
   
16:30-17:00 Coffee Break
   
17:00-18:00 Free Communications I
Chairpersons: P. Heden, Sweden
   
17:00-17:10
 
 
   
17:10-17:20
 
 
  
17:20-17:30
 
 
17:30-17:40
 
 
  
17:40-17:50
 
 
17:50-18:00
 
   
 
A combination of radiofrequency, infared light and mechanical tissue manipulation: A valid aid for body contouring surgery
D. Cassuto, Italy
 
A randomized, single-blind, post-marketing surveillance study comparing multiple energy levels of high-intensity focused ultrasound for noninvasive body contouring
N. Solish, Canada
  
A novel minimally invasive fractional bipoloar technology for facial enhancement
R. Amir, Israel
 
The natural reconsituted smile by facial rejuvenation with lipocontoured subperiosteal midface and forehead lifts in oriential patients
S. Chang, Taiwan
 
Cutaneous metastasis from the pancreatic carcinoma: A case report and review
W. Bhat, UK
   
Minimally invasive nasal valve repair: A critical evaluation with two year follow-up
R. Dolan, USA
  
    
       
Sunday, November 7, 2010          Hall A
Session 28
08:30-10:00 CONTROVERSIES IN HAIR TRANSPLANTATION
Capsule: Hair transplantation and hair removal has come a long way, but what are the limitations of different techniques?
Chairpersons: F. Neidel, Germany; A. Ginzburg, Israel
   
08:30-08:50
Lecture: Hairline reconstruction for men in contrast to women
K. Leonhardt, Germany
    
08:50-09:10
Lecture: Harvesting technique in hair transplantation: Follicular unit extraction (FUE) vs. Follicular unit implantation (FUI)
F. Neidel, Germany
   
09:10-09:30
Lecture: Hair transplant FUE
A. Ginzburg, Israel
    
09:30-09:50
Lecture: Stem cells and cloning in treating alopecia: Does it work?
A. Finner, Germany
   
09:50-10:00 Discussion
   
10:00-10:15 Coffee Break
    
Session 29
10:15-11:30
PREVENTION AND TREATMENT OF ACNE
Capsule:
Acne is a disorder with a high impact from medical and psychological aspects in adolescents.  Therefore, acne patients and their treatment management should be taken seriously
Chairperson: S. Ghannam, Kuwait; M. Podda, Germany
     
 
Debate: Local or systemic treatments?
 
10:15-10:30
Local treatments result in subtle, predictable improvement
S. Ghannam, Kuwait  
 
10:30-10:45
Systemic treatment is more aggressive but has better results
M. Podda, Germany
 
10:45-11:00
Discussion
 
     
11:00-11:15
Counter view: Both techniques are essential for treatment - early therapy avoids long-term deep acne scarring and treatment of scars: Laser, filler or fat
Y. Lavy, Israel
      
11:15-11:30
Lecture: Improvement of post acne scars by non-invasive procedures
S. Ghannam, Kuwait
   
Session 31  
11:30-12:45 GENITAL SURGERY
Capsule: Should a general surgeon also embark on cosmetic genital operations?
Chairperson: S. Monstrey, Belgium
   
 
Debate: Indications for genital surgery demonstrate the same correlation between indication and the patients' demand or desire: Genital surgery should therefore be a part of cosmetic surgery
 
11:30-11:45
Pro surgery for everyone
S. Monstrey, Belgium 
 
11:45-12:00
Pro surgery in women; against surgery in men
M. Brambilla, Italy
 
12:00-12:15
Discussion
  
     
12:15-12:30
Lecture: Labial and vaginal rejuvenation: What are the pitfalls?  Who should perform the surgery?
J. Jernbeck, Sweden
     
12:30-12:45
Lecture: Correction of the hypertophic labia minoria: Strategies and techniques
E. Turkof, Austria
     
  
    
Friday, November 5, 2010          Hall B
Session 6
08:30-10:00 SURGICAL TREATMENT FOR MELANOMA
Capsule: Malignant melanoma is the most dangerous cancer among sking cancers and its lethal toll around the world has been rising in the last decade.  25 years ago it was still state of the art to perform large excisions with 5cm safety borders, and the debate was whether to excise also the fascia or not.  The current practice favors smaller excsions and even Mohs surgery.  The question whether to Mohs or not to Mohs melanoma has been controversial in the last 15 years.  This session will focus on the pros and cons of Mohs surgery for melanoma with presentaitons of the current literature
Chairpersons: I. Zilinsky, Israel; J. Alcalay, Israel
    
08:30-08:45
Lecture: New insights into lentigo maligna – from pathogenesis to diagnosis and therapy
A. Barzilai, Israel
   
08:45-09:00
Lecture: Mohs for melanoma
J. Alcalay, Israel
 
 
09:00-09:15
Lecture Aggressive approach for melanoma treatment and modified Mohs
I. Zilinsky, Israel
 
  
09:15-09:30
Lecture: The challenge of mapping the margins of melanoma on sun-damaged skin 
A. Scope, Israel
   
 
09:30-09:45
Lecture: Optical biopsies in melanoma
A. Orenstein, Israel
      
09:45-10:00 Discussion
      
10:00-10:30 Coffee Break
   
Session 7 BODY CONTOURING: LIPOSUCTION OR SURGICAL LIFTS? 
10:30-12:00
Capsule:
The debate continues across the disciplines; should we prefer surgical or minimal invasive methods?
Chairperson:  G. Sattler, Germany
   

Debate: What's the ideal combination of wavelengths for laser assisted lipolysis?
Sponsored by Palomar
 
10:30-10:45
View 1
G. Sattler, Germany
  
10:45-11:00
View 2
TBA
    
11:00-11:15
Discussion
 
   
 
11:15-11:30
Lecture: Liposuction is the only way
L. Habbema, The Netherlands
    
11:30-11:45
Lecture: Dynamic brachioplasty with short scar: Indication, technique and limitations
E. Turkof, Austria
   
11:45-12:00
Lecture: Collagen-Neogenesis and Fibroblast-Rearrangement by a needless HA jet injector: A novel treatment for dermal thickening
S. Zenker, Germany
      
12:00-12:30 Poster Viewing
   
Session 8  
12:30-14:00 FACIAL REJUVENATION
Capsule: With so many options in use, and so many users, can we reach a consensus about the best method and substance?
Chairpersons: F. Nahai, USA; A. Carruthers, Canada
   
 
Debate: Is there a future use for long-lasting permanent fillers in comparison to absorbables?
 
12:30-12:50
Yes
S. Ghannam, Kuwait
 
12:50-13:10
No
A. Carruthers, Canada
  
13:10-13:30
Discussion
 
   
13:30-13:45
Lecture: Non-surgical facelift: The alternatives to surgical rejuvenation
B. Ascher, France
   
13:45-14:00
Lecture: Total rejuvenation facelift: More economical, better results, better longevity, less downtime
D. Baker
, USA
   
14:00-15:00 Lunch Break
   
Session 9  
15:00-16:30 UPPER EYELID AND FOREHEAD REJUVENATION
Capsule: Despite extensive experience no agreement exists over the basic treatment for forehead rejuvenation
Chairpersons: J. Carruthers, Canada; A. Fratila, Germany
   
15:00-15:15
Lecture: Forehead lifting vs. neurotoxin and filler: What is preferable?
O. Ramirez, USA
    
15:15-15:30
Lecture: Open vs. endoscopic surgical approach
M. Hartstein, Israel
   
15:30-15:45
Lecture: What type of forehead fixation technique is preferable and produces best result predictability?
J. Carruthers, Canada
   
15:45-16:00
Lecture: The LOEB procedure: Correction of the tear trough and eye circles
E. Turkof, Austria
   
16:00-16:15
Lecture: Do long-term effects of non-surgical technique treatments exist despite limited duration of the product?
A. Carruthers, Canada
   
16:15-16:30
Discussion
     
16:30-17:00 Coffee Break
   
Session 10  
17:00-18:30
PANEL DISCUSSION: NON-SURGICAL BODY CONTOURING: WHAT EVIDENCE TO WE HAVE FOR THESE NEW TREATMENTS?
Sponsored by part by an unrestricted grant by Solta
Capsule: Physicians are not always fully exposed to the methodology and results before embarking on newly-introduced technologies and treatments
Moderator: N. Sadick, USA
Panel:
G. Sattler, Germany
D. Cassuto, Italy
M. Lapidoth, Israel
S. Ghannam, Kuwait
A. Fatemi, Germany
   
17:00-18:30
Questions for discussion:
1) Sound-waves technology
2) Meso-therapy
3) Endermology - LPG
4) Radiofrequency and other invasive treatments (Thermage®, Vela Shape®)
5) Percurtaneous ultrasound (Ultrashape®)
6) High-intensity focused ultrasound
7) Fractional ablative lasers and innovative treatments for permanent filler complications
   
   
  
  
Saturday, November 6, 2010          Hall B - Plastic Surgery & Dermatology (PS/D)
Session 20
08:30-10:00 PLASTIC SURGERY & DERMATOLOGY IN PSYCHOLOGY
Capsule: Even the best of surgeons can probably offer a partial solution that is time limited.  High or unrealistic expectation is the beginning of a slippery slope taht might lead to malpractice suits
Chairperson: J. Carruthers, Canda
  
08:30-08:55
Lecture: Diagnosis on body dysmorphic disorder (BDD)
U. Gieler, Germany
      
08:55-09:20
 
Lecture: What are the warning sings to avoid in potential patients?
F. Nahai, USA
 
09:20-09:45
Lecture: How to deal with the dissatisfied patient
S. Geller, Israel
   
09:45-10:00 Discussion
      
10:00-10:30 Coffee Break
   
Session 21  
10:30-12:00 FACIAL REJUVENATION WITH FRACTIONATED LASERS
Capsule: Resurfacing is an important part of facial rejuvenation; new fractional technologies have widened the spectrum, but are they sufficiently effective?
Chairperson: C.W. Hanke, USA
      
 
Debate: Ablative vs. non-ablative laser devices?  Which treatment would you like for yourself?
 
10:30-10:45
Ablative
M. Adatto, Switzerland
 
10:45-11:00
Non-ablative
L. Marini, Italy
  
11:00-11:15
Discussion
 
 
  
11:15-11:30
Lecture: Laser-assisted blepharoplasty and CO2 laser skin resurfacing
A. Fratila, Germany
    
11:30-11:45
Lecture: New ablative fractional devices and new indications
M. Lapidoth, Israel
    
11:45-12:00
Lecture: The mathematics of facial beauty
A. Swift, Canada
     
12:00-12:30 Poster Viewing
     
Session 22  
12:30-14:00 ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION: NEW PLAYERS IN BODY SHAPING MANAGEMENT
  Sponsored in part by Medicis Technologies Corp. and Palomar
Chairperson: M. Adatto, Switzerland
       
12:30-12:45
Lecture: 3-Dimensional whole body rejuvenation utilizing fillers
N. Sadick, USA
   
12:45-13:00
Lecture: Scientific evidence for non-invasive, non-surgical body contouring using high intensity focused ultrasound (HIFU)
A. Fatemi, Germany
    
13:00-13:15
Lecture: Advantages of laser lipolysis with a dual wavelength system
M. Adatto, Switzerland
    
13:15-14:00 Discussion 

Invasive:
SlimLipo
Lipocontrol
SmartLipo
LipoLite
  
Non-invasive:
Velashape
AWT
Freeze
Ultrashape
          
 
Panel:
A. Fatemi, Germany
M. Lapidoth, Israel
R. Gentile, USA
J. von Finkenstein, Germany
         
14:00-15:00 Lunch Break
   
Session 23  
15:00-16:30
TREATMENT OF LASER LIPOLYSIS, SKIN TIGHTENING AND OTHER INDICATIONS 
An unrestricted educational grant by Cynosure
Capsule: Body contouring continues to be a high demand procedure.  Today, multiple treatment options exist to address the wide variety of pateints' concerns surrounding unwanted fat and skin laxity ranging from non-invasive, minimally invasive and surgical approaches
Chairpersons: G. Sattler, Germany; B. DiBernardo, USA
     

 

Debate: While traditional liposuction (PAL) continues to be the gold standard for large volume fat reduction, there are limitations when it comes to improving skin texture, skin laxity and minimizing patient pain and downtime.  What are the advantages and disadvantages of other treatment approaches?
 
15:00-15:15
Pros: Thanks to the latest scientific and technological advances, consistent development of innovative laser lipolysis is leading to improved results.  In addition to optimized treatment procedures there are additional benefits that could not be achieved years ago
B. DiBernardo, USA
  
15:15-15:30
Cons: Current non-invasive approaches provide a temporary solution and require multiple treatments.  One device is not enough, different patient populations require different treatment approaches
G. Sattler, Germany
  
15:30-15:45
Discussion
  
   
15:45-16:00
  
Lecture: Advantages of laser lipolysis (less recovery, less pain, skin tightening); Skin tightening (study and results) - acheiving single treatment long-term tissue tightening from beneath the skin as opposed to non-invasive treatments
B. DiBernardo, USA
    
16:00-16:15
  
Lecture: Non-invasive approaches: Advantages or disadvantages?  What can we realistically expect from minimally invasive and non-invasive devices?
G. Sattler, Germany
   
16:15-16:30
  
Lecture: My experiences with laser lipolysis: New standard of treatment?
K. Hoffmann, Germany
   
16:30-17:00 Coffee Break
   
17:00-18:00 Free Communications II
Chairpersons: S. Schuller-Petrovic, Austria
   
17:00-17:10
   
 
17:10-17:20
 
 
 
17:20-17:30
 
 
17:30-17:40
 
 
17:40-17:50
 
 
17:50-18:00
 
   
Are pfannenstiel scars a boon or a curse for diep flap breast reconstructions?
A.L. Mahajan, Belgium
   
Sub-analysis of a European evaluation of facial volume loss treatment with Juvederm® VOLUMA in patients previously treated with Restylane® SubQ in terms of treatment satisfaction
W. Phillipp-Dormston, Germany
 
The harmonic ultracision scalpel for facelift surgery: Are there advantages?
T. Rappl, Austria
 
A survey of real world Juvederm® hydrate treatment regimes for deep hydration of the skin
M. Runnebaum, Germany
 
Genital reconstruction after weight loss in adipose patients
D. Sattler, Germany
 
 High intensity micro-focused ultrasound and aesthetic application
B. DiBernardo, USA
   
   
   
     
Friday, November 5, 2010          Hall C

Session 11
08:30-10:00 PANEL DISCUSSION: CHANGING ENVIRONMENT OF AESTHETIC MEDICINE: PAST, PRESENT, FUTURE
Capsule: The ever-growing list of non-certified physicians who are dealing with aesthetic medicine should be addressed.  Do we opt for co-existence or total rejection?
Moderator: E. Winkler, Israel; C.W. Hanke, USA
    
08:30-09:00
Keynote address: Who should be practicing aesthetic medicine?
E. Winkler, Israel; C.W. Hanke, USA
 
09:00-10:00 Panel discussion
 
C.W. Hanke, USA
E. Winkler, Israel
F. Nahai, USA
J. von Finckenstein, Germany
   
10:00-10:30 Coffee Break
   
Session 12
10:30-12:00 PANEL DISCUSSION MULTIDISCIPLINARY CLINIC
Capsule: Should a general plastic surgeon also embark on cosmetic genital operations?
Moderators: E. Winkler, Israel; J. Jernbeck, Sweden
Panel:   S. Monstrey, Belgium
P.L. Tonnard, Belgium
C. Stan, Romania
    
08:30-10:00
Questions for discussion:
1) How to establish a multidisicplinary clinic for aesthetic treatments - benefits, drawbacks, challenges, obstacles
2) Practical tips between those who made it and those attempting to embark on an interdisciplinary clinc
   
12:00-12:30 Poster Viewing
   
Session 13  
12:30-14:00 BREAST AUGMENTATION SURGERY WITH SILICONE IMPLANTS
Capsule: Do the implants make a difference?
Chairperson: E. Winkler, Israel; M. Nava, Italy
    
 
Debate: Form stable high cohesive silicone gel implants or non form stable low cohesive silicone gel implants?
 
12:30-12:45
Formed stable anatomical implants produce a better result that non form stable ones
P. Heden, Sweden
 
12:45-13:00
Round implants produce the same results as anatomical ones with a lower rate of rotational problems
T. Nachlieli, Israel
   
13:00-13:15
Discussion
 
       
13:15-13:30
Lecture: Anatomic stable shape implants - how to get better results in another concept of building an augmented breast?  More breast tissues manipulation and less implant-based resources for breast reconstruction
C. Stan, Romania
   
13:30-13:45
Lecture: Aesthetic concepts in breast augmentation
P. Mallucci, Italy
   
13:45-14:00 Discussion
   
14:00-15:00 Lunch Break
   
Session 14
15:00-16:30 AUTOLOGOUS TISSUE VS. IMPLANTS FOR BREAST RECONSTRUCTION
Capsule: Better results depend on the implant or the surgeon?
Chairperson: P. Blondeel, Belgium
   
  Debate: Can modern implants achieve similar long-term results when both breasts are reconstructed?
 
15:00-15:15
Yes, bilateral treatment of breast cancer with implants provides long-term stability of results with less morbidity and scarring
M. Nava, Italy
 
15:15-15:30
No, autologous breast reconstruction provides better long-term stability of results
J. Masia, Spain
 
15:30-15:40
Discussion
 
     
15:40-16:00
Lecture: Techniques to improve the aesthetic outcome of autologous breat reconstructions
P. Blondeel, Belgium
   
15:00-16:20
Lecture: Comparison of the integration of textured breast implants with different surfaces
T. Scholz, Germany
   
16:20-16:30 Discussion
   
16:30-17:00 Coffee Break
   
Session 15
17:00-18:30 CONTROVERSIES IN WOUND CARE: INTERACTIVE SESSION ON HOT ISSUES - QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
Capsule: Effective treatment of wounds remains a challenge.  What can we do to improve the results?
Chairpersons: J. Haik, Israel; H. Kaufmann, Israel
       
17:00-17:10
Introduction: J. Haik, Israel
   
17:10-18:30
Intractive panel & audience discussion:
 
1) How many of you use hyperbaric chamber for chronic wounds?  How many of you measure TPO2?
2) How many of you use negative pressure?  Negative pressure in open sternal wounds?
3) Timing of first tissue biopsy for pathology in chronic wounds?  Which pathologies?
4) Recurrence after2 months of an ulcer in a foot with a chronic osteomyelitis ulcer that was treated with a full antibiotic protocol resulting in the ulcer closing and healing.  Is the recommended treatment a definite surgical one or another course of antibiotics?  How many use surgery?  How many will use a full protocol of antibiotics?
5) Urging an ulcer recovery: Rest or continuing physical action?
6) Multidisciplinary would care clinic or one wound care specialist?  Who is in charge?
7) V.A.C treatment: At in-home, in the community or in-hospital treatment?
8) On the first visit what wound would you prefer as a first line for debridment?
9) Silver or non-silver dressing?  How many of you use silver dressings?  Who uses it for normal clean wounds as prevention?  Who uses it for an "infected wound"?
10) What are the "gold" clinical criteria for local infection?
11) Reconstructive ladder: Local flap vs. free flap vs. conservative treatment – chronic osteomyelitis in the lower third of the foreleg? 
12) How many of you use skin substitutes?
 
 
  
    
Saturday, November 6, 2010          Hall C
Session 24
08:30-10:00 AUTOLOGOUS FAT HARVESTING AND GRAFTING
Capsule: Why is there no agreement on the best technique for fat harvesting, processing and injection?
Chairperson: P. Heden, Sweden
 

Debate: Are different harvesting and processing techniques important for the success of fat transplantation? 
08:30-08:50
Yes, segmental fat transplantation is a seldomly used technique, which provides better fat survival!
P. Heden, Sweden 
  
08:50-09:10
No, fat injection is the preferred technique, provided that processing is adequate
M. Nava, Italy
 
09:10-09:30
Discussion
   
 
 
09:30-09:45
Lecture: Fat grafting in special indications:
S. Schuller-Petrovic, Austria
   
09:45-10:00 Discussion
   
10:00-10:30 Coffee Break
    
Session 25  
10:30-12:00 PANEL DISCUSSION: INDUSTRY-PHYSICIAN RELATIONSHIPS: WHAT HAS BEEN THE EXPERIENCE?
Capsule: What scientific tools are available for appraisal of the plethora of new compounds and devices striking the market so frequently?
Moderators: P. Heden, Sweden; F. Nahai, USA 
Panel: Physicians:
T. Tiryaki, Turkey
P. Heden, Sweden
F. Nahai, USA
 
Industry:
R. Lazarou, Cynosure
P. Wiener, Palomar
  
10:30-12:00  Questions for discussion:
1) What level of scientific evidence is necessary before introducing a new technique or compound?
2) Who is responsible for complications related to products?
3) Facial collagen-stimulating techniques: What type of documentation relating to clinical improvements should be demonstrated before release of a new technique?
4) Is microscopic collagen increase without clinical improvement data enough?
5) Skin contracture in body contouring: What type of documentation relating to clinical improvemetns should be demonstrated before release of a new technique?
6) When is clinical data sufficient? 
7) When is case demonstration enough and when do we need double-blind randomized investigations?
 
12:00-12:30 Poster Viewing
   
Session 26
12:30-14:00 FAT GRAFTING II
Capsule: Is fat grafting capable of replacing common injectable products?
Chairpersons: P. Heden, Sweden; B. Ascher, France
     
 
Debate: When should fat grafting be preferable to other non-surgical and surgical techniques?
 
12:30-12:50
Face "fat grafting" has no quantity limits, achieves good long-lasting results and is the healthiest option
R. Amar, Spain
 
12:50-13:10
"Fat grafting" results are not predictable
B. Ascher, France
 
13:10-13:30
Discussion
 
     
13:30-14:00
Lecture: Autologous fat transplant to the face: A good adjunct to facial rejuvenation but sometimes unpredictable and not free of complications
D. Baker
, USA
   
14:00-15:00 Lunch Break
   
Session 27  
15:00-16:30 COMPREHENSIVE INJECTABLE APPROACH FOR OPTIMAL FACIAL REJUVENATION RESULTS: LIVE INJECTIONS AND PRESENTATIONS
 
Industrial symposium sponsored by Merz
    
   
16:00-17:00 Short Break
   
17:00-18:00 Free Communications III
Chairperson: E. Turkof, Austria
   
17:00-17:10
 

17:10-17:20
 
 
17:20-17:30
 
 
17:30-17:40
 
 
  
17:40-17:50
 
  
17:50-18:00
 
 
Why a genital cosmetic surgery today especially for women?
X. Latouche, France
 
Adult stem cells in facial regeneration: The beginning of a new paradigm
J. Mendonca Caridad, Spain
 
Mixed plane rhytidectomy ultilizing self-retaining sutures
R. Gentile, USA
 
Topical anesthesia during facial dermatologic interventions using anesthetic cream followed by ultrasound treatment background
G. Peeters, Germany
  
Juvederm® ULTRA SMILE lip enhancement
R. Kasten, Germany
 
Three in one: The comination of three types of operations in the treatment of central-medial breast cancer
A. Vanesyan, Russia
 
 

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