Day 1 :
International Society of Dermatologic Surgery, Canada
Time : 10:20-10:45
Sahar Ghannam was graduated in 1983 from Alexandria University Egypt with a Master Degree of Dermatology, Venereology & Andrology in 1986. She receivedrna PhD in 1994 with a thesis on chronological aging, photo aging and ionizing radiation effects on the skin in 1995 a board examination was passed to successfullyrnachieve Doctorate Degree of Dermatology Venereology & Andrology. During that time, she upscaled in the University positions from a Teacher Assistant untilrnAssociate Professor in Alexandria University. Since that time, she has been interested in aging and anti-aging procedures. She is a Board Member of thernInternational Society of Dermatologic surgery ISDS and the Executive Director of the International Peeling Society IPS. She is the co-author of the Chemical Peelrnchapter in the 3rd edition of “Surgery of the Skin” published by Elsevier. He has published over 20 scientific papers. She is the Editorial Advisory Board of the IndianrnJournal of Dermatology and the Journal of Clinical and Aesthetic Dermatology. She travels a lot lecturing and teaching but also learning
Post Eruptive hyperpigmentation is very common in Middle Eastern women due to their deviated skin type. The pigmentationrnwhich affects extra-facial parts is usually difficult to treat locally with creams like the axilla and back. A novel device usingrntwo different sets of 1064 nm Nd:YAG laser parameters has been developed in combination with a topical carbon lotion.rnFollowing topical local anesthesia, a topical carbon lotion was applied to the area to be treated and a Q-switched frequencydoubledrnNd:YAG laser was used first in a quasi-long pulsed mode (a 300-ms pulse width at 1.1–1.5 J/cm2) followed immediatelyrnby a Q-switched mode (5-nsec pulse width, 1.5–2.0J/cm2) using a 7-mm hand piece for both modes. The procedure was welltolerated.rnA Pre and every 4 session photo were taken to evaluate the response. Most patients were satisfied with the results,rnthe author will show the causes of these hyper-pigmentations and the procedure will be discussed with pre and post results.
King Saud University, Saudi Arabia
Time : 10:45-11:10
Sameer Bafaqeeh is a Professor and Consultant at Department of Otolaryngology and Chairman of Facial Plastic Division. He is Director of King Saud Facial PlasticrnFellowship program and Chairman of Annual International Riyadh Rhinoplasty & Otoplasty Course, at King Saud University.
Revision Rhinoplasty is one of the most challenging facial plastic surgical procedures. Many of our referral unhappy or dissatisfied revision cases have been to the plastic surgeon for their primary assessment or their first surgery and referredrnto us for both functional and aesthetic correction of their iatrogenic deformities after having had their primary surgery by the plastic surgeon. Additionally, there are usually psychological issues that need to understand and deal with to achieve a satisfactory outcome, assessment and careful pre-operative analysis remains the key for any successful revision Rhinoplasty surgery. The best form of treatment is prevention. This requires an understanding of the complex anatomy and physiology of the nose. The external approach is applied for most revision cases, which offers several advantages: direct visualization of underlying anatomic structures, adequate diagnosis of the existing deformity and exact placement of grafts and implants. The treatment is also multifactorial: Osteotomy and rasp techniques are used to realign; (intact, crushed, diced, or morsilized) cartilage grafts are used to fill in, camouflage, smooth out, elevate, and contour different defects. In severe cases irradiated rib cartilage or alloplastic Gore- Tex in Fascia lata are used to fill in large defects when other grafting options are not available. The most common postoperative Rhinoplasty deformities encountered are described and how they can be corrected is presented, with pearls for preventing such problems.
Asia Cosmetic Hospital Co., Ltd., Thailand
Time : 11:25-11:50
Tanongsak Panyawirunroj is a Founder, a Chairman, and the Principal Surgeon at Asia Cosmetic Hospital Thailand, The Best Plastic Surgery in Thailand. Hernspecializes in Maxillofacial surgery, Breast augmentation, Face Change – from male to female, Rhinoplasty, Liposuction, Sex Change – from male to female, etc.rnHe has many certifications for various domains such as: Micro-vascular surgery, plastic surgery, maxilla-facial surgery, aesthetic surgery and pediatric surgery. Hernchose as his Alma Mater the Siriraj Hospital Medical College of Mahidol University (Bangkok, Thailand). He has earned the degree of Doctor of Medicine in 1998.rnFurthermore, he has been winning and earning many more awards, trophies and certificates. The recent award was The Best Manager Awards 2015, MedicalrnSphere (Socrates Awards 2015) by Europe Business Assembly.
Background: Southeast Asian women prefer oval shape facial contour. To achieve this goal, there are a lot of procedures tornreshape the facial skeleton. Reduction malarplasty is a common operation. Although multiple techniques have been developedrnfor reduction malarplasty, this study presents a new less invasive TANONGSAK technique for reduction malarplasty.rnMethods: Between January 2015 and December 2015, we applied TANONGSAK technique for reduction malarplasty in 38rnpatients. TANONGSAK technique was performed osteotomy site at zygomatic arch with 12 mm in length preauricular incisionrnand at Zygomatic body with 25 mm in length intraoral incision by a reciprocating saw. Out site-in Closed reduction wasrnperformed to reposition of malar bone complex. Internal fixation was not required.rnResults: The patients were followed up for 5 to 183 days postoperatively (mean 39 days). 94% of patients (36 patients) hadrnsatisfactory aesthetic results. The facial contour reduction was accomplished 0.1%-13.79% (mean 2.46%) in size reduction.rnThe operative time in each case was less than 60 minutes. The mean hospital stay was 1.1 day (1-2 day) and patients requiredrnrecovery period 2-14 days (mean 8.7 days) .2 of patients developed temporary inferior orbital nerve injury. No facial nerverninjury and no any other postoperative complications.rnConclusion: Minimal invasive TANONGSAK reduction malarplasty is a preferable technique. This technique providesrnmultiple advantages, including simple manipulation, less invasive, short incision, no internal fixation, good stability, achievedrnaesthetic results, short operative and recovery time, and less complications.