Fresh Cadaver Hands-On Master Class: 

Asian Rhinoplasty & Management of Its Complication 

Date:

September 21-22, 2023

 

Faculty:

JaeYong Jeong, M.D., South Korea

Taek-Kyun Kim, M.D., South Korea

Terence Goh, M.D., Singapore

Venue:

Academia, Singapore General Hospital, Singapore 

 

 Registration: 

3,000 USD 

 

Intimate Small Group Hands-on Training

IFAAS Certificate will be issued upon completion of the Fellowship

*IFAAS Members collect 5% Credit Rebate to be utilized for all future IFAAS events

 

COMBO BOOKING PROMOTION* 

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*The offer is not to be used in conjunction with other promotions 

 

 

Course Overview: 

Asian Rhinoplasty has evolved over time from a closed technique and insertion of nasal silicone implants to an open rhinoplasty technique with specific improvements to the nasal bridge, nasal tip, and nasal base. This evolution has been prompted by the increasing affluence of Asian patients, sophistication, and higher demands from individuals who want a nose that fits the Asian face and not just a 'westernized nose. This hands-on master class will teach you:

 

  • Clinical Assessment of the Nose Region in Caucasian and Asian Patients 

  • Understand the Differences between Open and Closed Rhinoplasty: Patient Selection 

  • Step-by-Step Technique of Harvest, Shaping & Securing of Grafts

  • Step-by-Step Technique of Asian Tip Plasty: Cartilage Graft and Suture Techniques

  • Step-by-Step Technique of Advanced Dosal Refinement & Nasal Base Reduction for Asians + Complication Management & Revision Rhinoplasty

 

The delegates will be practicing hands-on training on individual cadaver stations following the faculty's step-by-step demonstration in our fresh cadaver lab. 

Program Details: 

 

Day 1: Thursday, September 21, 2023

 

 

08:00 - 08:30 Registration 

 

08:30 - 09:00  Surgical Anatomy of the Nose

  • External Composition, Nasal Cavity, Blood Supply

  • Factors affecting Shape & Position of Nasal Tip  

  • Clinical Assessment of the Nose

  • Nasal Proportions & Photography

  • Computer Simulations

 

 

09:00 -09:20 Basic Closed and Open Rhinoplasty:

  • Surgical Equipment List

  • Pre-operative Preparation: Markings, Anesthesia, Patient Positioning

  • Indications for Open vs. Closed Rhinoplasty

  • Surgical Approach for Closed Rhinoplasty

  • Surgical Approach for Open Rhinoplasty

  • Etiology & Main Indications of the Open Rhinoplasty

  • Postoperative Assessment and Management

 

 

09:20 - 09:50  Harvest, Shaping & Securing of Grafts

  • Technique of Cartilage Harvesting: Auricular Cartilage, Septal Cartilage, and Costal Cartilage

  • Deep Temporal Fascia & Dermofat

  • Shaping and Securing of Grafts: Various Grafting Technique including spreader graft, septal extension graft, columellar strut graft, tip graft, doral onlay graft lateral crural strut graft, alar rim graft, alar batten graft etc.

 

09:50 - 10:10  Asian Tip Plasty: Cartilage Graft and Suture Techniques

  • Suture Techniques for Cartilage Modification: Transdomal, Interdomal, Medial Crural Septal Suture, Domal Resection/Reconstruction

  • Cartilage Grafts (Onlay, Shield, Spreaders, De-rotation, Umbrella, Anatomical)

10:10- 10:30  Advanced Dosal Refinement for Asians

  • Nasal Dorsum Augmentation - Filler vs. Alloplastic Implants vs. Autologous Cartilage Grafts

  • Hump Reduction

  • Dorsal Aesthetic Line Shaping: Nasal Osteotomies

 

10:30 - 11:00  Morning Tea Break and Networking 

 

11:00 - 11:30   Nasal Base Reduction

  • Reduction of the Nasal Base: Assessment and Techniques

 

11:30 - 11:50  Forensic Issues & Postoperative Management

  • Informed Consent

  • Medical Records

  • Postoperative Management & Follow-Up

  • Correction of Minor Problems

 

 

11:50 - 12:20  Complication Management & Revision Rhinoplasty

  • Postoperative Complications: Exposure of Nasal Implant, Nasal Asymmetry, Nasal Valve Collapse, Nasal Deviation, Aesthetic Deformities

  • Planning and Assessment for Secondary Rhinoplasty

  • Techniques, Tips and Tricks for the Secondary Rhinoplasty

12:20 - 12:30 FAQ 

12:30 - 13:30  Lunch Break and Networking 

Cadaver Dissection Lab with Small-group Hands-on Training 

13:30 - 17:30  Cadaver Dissection Lab: Demonstration & Supervised Small Group Hands-on Training for All Delegates

  • Surface Anatomy of the Nose, Marking, Incisions & Dissection

  • Autologous Tissue Harvest for Rhinoplasty: Auricular Cartilage, Septal Cartilage, Costal Cartilage, Deep Temporal Fascia & Dermofat

  • Open Approach in Asian Rhinoplasty

 

Day 2: Friday, September 22, 2022  

 

 

08:00 - 12:00  Cadaver Dissection Lab: Demonstration & Supervised Small Group Hands-on Training for All Delegates

  • Management of the Nasal Dorsum: Augmentation, Reduction & Osteotomies

  • Management of the Nasal Tip: Suture Techniques, Graft Techniques

  • Correction of the Crooked Nose: Septoplasty, Turbinoplasty & Nasal Osteotomies

 

 

12:00 - 12:30   Discussion & F&Q

 
 
 

 

 

Faculty:

 

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Jae-Yong Jeong, M.D., South Korea 

Dr. Jae-Yong Jeong is a board-certified plastic surgeon who graduated from Chungnam National Unversity Medical College. He is currently the Director of The PLUS Aesthetic Surgery Clinic in Seoul, South Korea. He is a Scientific Director of the Korean Association of Plastic Surgeons and an Executive Director of the Korean Society of Rhinoplasty Surgeons. He specializes in Asian Rhinoplasty and Revisional Rhinoplasty.  To share his expertise on the very subject, he has published dozens of scientific papers and peer reviews in some of the most prestigious global medical journals. He is also the author/co-author of the textbooks "Aesthetic Plastic Surgery" (2014) and "Rhinoplasty: Rebuilding Nose" (2016) along with other 3 books he has written about Asian Rhinoplasty based on 17 years of rich experience. 

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Taek-Kyun Kim, M.D, PhD, South Korea

Dr. Taek-Kyun Kim is a board-certified plastic surgeon graduated from Kyungpook National University, Medical School. He also studied at Harvard Medical School as Exchange Clerkship. Dr.Kim is currently the Director of The PLUS Plastic Surgery Clinic in Seoul, South Korea. He is a member of Korean Association of Plastic Surgeons and Korean Society of Rhinoplasty Surgeons. He specializes in Rhinoplasty, Facelift and Facial Bone Contouring Surgery. He has published several scientific papers and also has joined many symposium as a presenter

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Terence Goh, MD, Singapore

Dr Terence Goh is a board-certified plastic surgeon graduated from the Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, National University Singapore. He currently works as a Consultant Plastic Surgeon in the Department of Plastic Surgery, Singapore General Hospital. He is the President of the Singapore Association of Plastic Surgeons and the Vice-Chairman of the Chapter of Plastic Surgerons, Academy of Medicine, Singapore. Dr Goh has presented papers at numerous local and international conference including the American Society of Reconstructive Microsurgery, Asia Pacific International Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Society Meeting with special focus on head and neck reconstruction, lower limb reconstruction, lymphatic reconstruction surgery as well as rhinoplasty and blepharoplasty. 

Course Venue & Accommodation

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Course Venue: Acadmia, Singapore General Hospital

Academia, located within the vicinity of the clinical services at SGH Campus and Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School, it is a key milestone in academic medicine with a vibrant environment for networking and professional collaborations to advance diagnosis, treatment and innovative care for patients.

 

Address: 20 College Road, Singapore 169856

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Recommended Accommodation 1: Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel - 5 Stars

Address: 323 Havelock Road, Singapore 169663

 

Located 5 mins driving/ 15 mins walking distance away from Academia, Singapore General Hospital.

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Recommended Accommodation 2: King Copthorne Singapore - 4 Stars

Address: 403 Havelock Road, Singapore 169632

 

Located 5 mins driving/ 15 mins walking distance away from Academia, Singapore General Hospital. 

 

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