8th Septorhinoplasty Course and Facial Reconstruction Symposium
6 - 7 August 2018 (Monday – Tuesday)
This running instructional course returns with a highly-regarded team of local and international faculty, focused on Septorhinoplasty, with a sub-focus on facial reconstructive surgery. We have dedicated a section of our course this year to include the approach to facial defects, functional reconstruction using locoregional and microsurgical techniques, and scar management. This 2-day program includes a collection of lectures with daily hands-on dissection on high-quality cadavers at our state-of-the-art dissection lab.
Upon completion of the course, the participants will be able to
Perform a comprehensive evaluation of functional and aesthetic nasal pathology
Formulate a surgical plan to treat external and internal nasal valve obstruction
Understand the principles behind surgical manoeuvres performed in septorhinoplasty
Perform an algorithmic analysis of a facial cutaneous defect, and consider the options for reconstruction based on the aesthetic unit and subunit principle
Understand the spectrum of local, regional, and microsurgical surgical techniques available for functional facial reconstruction
Evaluate facial scarring and develop a treatment plan based on a comprehensive understanding of treatment available
This course is designed for ENT, Plastic, Ophthalmology, Maxillofacial surgeons/residents, and Aesthetic Physicians keen to expand their knowledge and surgical skill sets in facial plastic and reconstructive surgery.
Dr Kenneth Oo
Consultant ENT Surgeon
Visiting Consultant to Singapore General Hospital
Ear Nose Throat, Head & Neck Surgery
Mount Elizabeth Medical Centre
Dr Edward Zhang
Department of Otolaryngology
Singapore General Hospital
Dr Stephen Park
Division of Facial Plastic Surgery; Department of Otolaryngology - HNS
University of Virginia, USA
Dr. Stephen Park is a Professor at the University of Virginia, Director of the Division of Facial Plastic Surgery, and Vice Chair of the Department of Otolaryngology. He is also President of the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and a Director with the American Board of Otolaryngology. He served as vice-chair of the Residency Review Committee under the ACGME.
Dr. Park’s clinical practice is limited to plastic surgery of the face, including aging face, rhinoplasty, trauma, and microtia surgery. His research is with Tissue Engineering as it pertains to cartilage.
Dr Isao Koshima
Professor and Chief of the International Center for Lymphedema, Hiroshima University Hospital.
Emeritus Professor, The University of Tokyo
Dr Isao Koshima is Professor and Chief of the International Center for Lymphedema, Hiroshima University Hospital. He was a Senior consultant of National University of Singapore (2009-10), Professor and Chief of Plastic Surgery, and Vice Director of Tokyo University Hospital (2004-17, 2011-13), Visiting Professor, University of Barcelona (2012-), and presented ASRM Bunck lecture 2014, and ASPS Maliniac lecture 2014.