IFAAS Mini-Fellowship (Observation)
Injectable Tissue Replacement and Regeneration & ABC Face Lift
February 20-21, 2020
Steve Cohen, M.D., United States
San Diego, CA, United States
*IFAAS Members collect 5% Credit Rebate to be utilized for all future IFAAS events
(Maximum 12 Attendees) -
IFAAS Certificate will be issued upon completion of the Fellowship
Learn how to diagnose specific anatomic locations of facial volume loss by evaluating the surface topography of the face
Learn how to replace these anatomic losses in the fat and bone with autogenous or allogenic fat graphs that are different anatomic shapes, including Pyriform Aperture Injection, Liquid Columellar Struts, Glabellar/Forehead Augmentation/Hand Rejuvenation
Learn Dr Cohen’s ITR2 technique, which standardises the facial fat grafting process to create consistently beautiful and effective results with each procedure in 3 different sizes
Learn about current treatments in regenerative medicine including Nanofat, SVF and PRP
Learn how to do injectable tissue replacement in combination with different types of facelifts, including SMAS, SMASectomy, SMAS plication and modified MACS lift
This mini fellowship will teach you how to properly harvest, process, and deliver fat and nanofat, as well as combining it with different types of facelifts, including SMAS, SMASectomy, SMAS plication and modified MACS lift.
The delegate will learn how to analyze a face and determine the anatomic areas of fat loss, bone loss and skin thinning. In addition, multiple modalities to address the 3 major features of aging will be demonstrated so simultaneous treatment of sun damage, volume loss and laxity can be performed in order to achieve the best outcomes that a patient now expects.
Aging is a dynamic process that can be modeled and understood tissue by tissue and cell by cell. Numerous authors have helped us understand the anatomy of facial fat compartments and the effects of aging on our facial tissues such as skin, fat, bone and fibrous ligaments.
Injectable Tissue Replacement and Regeneration (ITR2) is a method to replace decayed tissues of the face using “like tissues” in an effort to delay or slow the rate of tissue decay seen in facial aging. Facial topography and proportion analysis are performed to diagnose individual-specific losses of facial fat. The degree of sun damage and skin thinning is noted as is the degree of loss in the superficial fat compartment. Deep compartment fat loss is evaluated as is pyriform aperture, mandibular ramus, mandibular body and chin resorption. From this analysis, a detailed treatment plan is formulated.
Using either a sizing device that creates 3 different fat grafts; 2 mm (millifat), 1 mm (microfat) and 800 microns or less parcel size (nanofat); anatomic replacement of all areas of tissue loss is carried out.44 Millifat is used for deep compartment and bone losses, microfat for superficial fat losses above the facial musculature and nanofat is used intradermally and as a biological cream for topical application. The rationale behind this standardized approach is explained and the scientific foundations for the idea are presented.
Dr Cohen will also cover the topics on a new facelift technique co-invented by Dr Michael Atlan, Dr Patrick Barat and himself, called the ABC Facelift, includes 3 steps of A. Dr Cohen’s ITR2 Fat Grafting Technique; B. Dr. Baraf’s Non-incisional Skin Elevation and C. Dr Baraf and Dr Cohen’s Cautery Elevation of the SMAS.
Day 1: Thursday, February 20, 2020
07:30 - 08:00 Registration
08:00 - 10:00 Lecture on Injectable Tissue Replacement and Regeneration & ABC Face Lift
10:00 - 17:00 Full Day Observation in the Operation Room Injectable Tissue Replacement and Regeneration & ABC Face Lift
Day 2: Friday, February 21, 2020
08:30 - 09:00 Registration
09:00 - 17:00 Full Day Observation in the Operation Room Injectable Tissue Replacement and Regeneration & ABC Face Lift