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ASMS: The American Society of Maxillofacial Surgeons
ASMS: The American Society of Maxillofacial Surgeons

Leaders in the Education, Art, and
Science of Facial Reconstruction

ASMS/ASPS Annual Meeting, September 28 - October 2, 2018
2016-2017 Professor and Lectures Topics

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Gregory R.D. Evans, MD, FACS Gregory R.D. Evans, MD, FACS
Professor of Plastic Surgery and Biomedical Engineering Chair, Department of Plastic Surgery
Past President, American Society of Plastic Surgeons
The University of California, Irvine

Topics

  • Head and Neck Reconstruction
  • How to Structure a Career in Plastic Surgery
  • Facial Aesthetic Surgery
  • Fat Grafting and Stem Cells
  • Local Flaps in the Head and Neck

 
Bruce S. Bauer MD, FACS, FAAP Bruce S. Bauer MD, FACS, FAAP
Director of Pediatric Plastic Surgery
NorthShore University Health System
Clinical Professor of Surgery
University of Chicago,
Pritzker School of Medicine
Highland Park Hospital

Topics

  • Lessons From My First Three Plus Decades of Pediatric Tissue Expansion
  • Management of Large And Giant Congenital Nevi : A Surgical Tutorial on the Evolving “State Of The Art” Including The Role of Tissue Expansion
  • Non-Microtia Ear Deformities: Understanding the Deformities and the Evolution of Otoplasty Techniques Use in the Treatment of Both Primary and Secondary Defects
  • Auricular Reconstruction: Personal Thoughts in The Evolution of Techniques For The Reconstruction of Congenital and Acquired Ear Deformities
  • What I Have Learned About Surgery For Cleft Lip And Palate
  • Long Term Treatment of Post-Hemangioma Facial Deformity
  • Congenital Facial Masses: A Simplified Approach To Diagnosis And Making The Right Choice in Treatment

 
Michael P. Grant, MD, PhD, FACS Michael P. Grant, MD, PhD, FACS
Associate Professor of Ophthalmology and Plastic Surgery
Division Head, Oculoplastic Surgery Director, Johns Hopkins Hospital
Eye and Orbital Trauma Center
Wilmer Eye Institute at Johns Hopkins

Topics

  • Principles and Pitfalls in the Management of Orbital Trauma
  • Problems in Secondary Orbital Reconstruction
  • Application of Advanced Digital Technology in Orbital Reconstruction
  • Reconstruction of Post-Traumatic Peri-orbital Soft Tissue Defects.
  • Principles in Eyelid Reconstruction
  • Avoidance and Management of Complications in Lower Eyelid Blepharoplasty
  • Principles of Peri-orbital Rejuvenation
  • Special Considerations in Management of Pediatric Facial Injuries

 
David A. Staffenberg, MD, DSc David A. Staffenberg, MD, DSc (Honoris Causa)
Vice Chair, Hanjörg Wyss Department of Plastic Surgery
Chief, Pediatric Plastic Surgery Professor, Plastic Surgery, Neurosurgery & Pediatrics NYU Langone Medical Center

Topics

  • Craniosynostosis - The keys to proper diagnosis, surgical planning of both primary and secondary surgery, how to modify the bandeau to work for each case, the late treatment of primary and secondary scaphocephaly. Videos, photos and discussions.
  • Periorbital Craniofacial Surgery - The timing, planning and performance of orbital osteotomies and reconstruction. Key anatomy as it is applied to the management of Craniosynostosis, orbital hypertelorism and Craniofacial clefts, fibrous dysplasia and spheno-orbital meningioma. Videos, photos and discussions.
  • Midface Osteotomies - Anatomic keys to successful surgery, design and execution of these seemingly mysterious osteotomies. Orbital and zygomatic osteotomies and Le Fort osteotomies. The Le Fort III and Monobloc osteotomies simplified: How do we choose internal or external distraction osteogenesis devices and conventional Le Fort III with interposition bone grafting.
  • Plastic Techniques in Neurosurgery - How do we add value for to the skills of our outstanding neurosurgeons? Skull base osteotomies to expose tumors, considerations of the frontal sinus in non-trauma surgery, applying craniofacial principles to neurovascular surgery.
  • Craniopagus Twins - Sound plastic surgery techniques we use every day to plan and perform successful separation. We will discuss the history of surgical approaches to this complex problem, and how plastic surgery principles have led to our successful approach over more than 12 years of experience.

 

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