Sat 7th Nov 2020 - Dissection

Sun 8th Nov 2020 - Live Surgery

The course places an emphasis on junior surgeons learning the open and closed approach. Most courses only teach the Open approach.

Approaches

All surgeons must be aware of how to manage complications when they occur. An unhappy patient scenario is explained.

Complications

The tip is the most challenging area of rhinoplasty. The relationship with a de-hump is explained in clear terms.

The Tip

All rhinoplasty surgeons need to have an understading of how fillers & non-surgical treaments can help their patients. This is explaied in the course.

Non-Surgical

London Rhinoplasty Course 2019 is a two day, CPD certified course, designed for all surgeons who would like to update their skills and knowledge.

Day 1 - Dissection lab with expert surgeons demostarting all aspects of rhinoplasty

Day 2 - Lectures and live operating

The programme will provide updates, new insights and practical tips to improve surgical practice. A combination of plenary lectures, panel discussions and video techniques will be used throughout the day.
 

Last year program:

8.45-9.00am Introduction - Rajan Uppal & Nick Eynon-Lewis

9.00-9.45am Dr Mark Constantian - A career in rhinoplasty, lessons learnt

9.45-10.15am Dr David Kahn - How to learn technique in rhinoplasty

10.15-10.30am Panel MC/DK

10.30-11.00am Tea & Coffee

11.00-11.20am Nick Eynon-Lewis - Rhinoplasty, functional considerations

11.20-11.40am Dr David Kahn - Asian rhinoplasty

11.40- 11.50am PANEL

11.50-12.10pm Nick Eynon-Lewis - Dorsum, reduction and grafting options

12.10-12.25pm Rajan Uppal - Tip Support

12.25-12.50pm Dr Mark Constantian - Challenges with tip surgery

12.50-1.00pm PANEL

1.00-2.00pm Lunch

2.00-2.20pm Romana Kuchai - The difficult septum

2.20-2.50pm Dr Mark Constantian - Avoiding and solving complications

2.50-3.20pm PANEL (plus cases)

3.20-3.35pm Tea & Coffee

3.35-3.55pm Nick Eynon-Lewis & Romana Kuchai - Rhinoplasty, the unsuitable patient

3.55-4.15pm Rajan Uppal - Fillers in rhinoplasty

4.15-4.45pm PANEL (plus cases)

Highlights will include:

  1. Videos on open rhinoplasty

  2. Videos on closed rhinoplasty 

  3. Septoplasty made simple 

  4. Dr Mark Constantian will discuss his lifetime experience in rhinoplasty 

  5. Solving complications after rhinoplasty 

  6. "Revision isn't failure in rhinoplasty"

  7. How to run a rhinoplasty practice 

  8. Fillers in rhinoplasty

  9. Face surgery: ancillary procedures for the chin and lips

  10. Panel discussions  

  11. Do's and Dont's of Social Media - NEW

Topics for panel discussion:

  1. Functional assessment

  2. Caudal septal deviation

  3. Spreader grafts, when and how?

  4. Which approach?

  5. Dorsal grafting

  6. Osteotomies

  7. Cartilage depleted patient 

  8. Tip problems

  9. Revision

  10. Imaging

  11. Difficult patients

Saturday 2nd November 2019

Royal Society of Medicine, 1 Wimpole Street, London, W1G 0AE

Tel: 01753859908, book@londonrhinoplastycourse.co.uk

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