The 7th Annual
Facial Plastic Surgery
June 22nd - 26th, 2011
The Bellagio, Las Vegas
S. Randolph Waldman, MD, Course Director
Edwin Cortez, MD, Course Director
Renato Saltz, MD, Course Director
A Non-Profit Company
“T he Multi-Specialty meeting is consistently one of the best
meetings I attend every year. I always return with clinical and
practice management pearls that I can immediately implement into my
Multi-Specialty Foundation for
Aesthetic Surgical Excellence
practice. But the key is the tips are practical and real.
-Steven Dayan, M.D.
Facial Plastic Surgeon, Chicago, IL
The purpose and mission of the Multi-Specialty Foundation For
“I felt that your meeting was terrific in many ways. For
many years, I have felt that the future of aesthetic medicine
and surgery will depend upon communication and educational
Aesthetic Surgical Excellence (F.A.S.E.), a not-for-profit
educational foundation, is to foster a spirit of cooperation and
understanding between four specialties that are primarily
exchange between the “best of the best” of facial plastic surgeons, involved in the science, practice and teaching of facial aesthetic
plastic surgeons, oculoplastic surgeons, and dermatologists. Your surgery. The foundation’s main objective is the creation and
meeting consistently addressess that effort.”
maintenance of a recurring annual symposium that includes the
Malcolm Paul, M.D.
Plastic Surgeon, Newport Beach, CA leading educators and teachers from the fields of Oculoplastic
Surgery, Dermatology, Facial Plastic Surgery and Plastic Surgery.
Program Highlights & Hot Topics Instructional “How I Do It” Seminars
• Live Demonstrations-Back by Popular Request (Partial List)
• 40 Consecutive “How I Do It” Workshops
• Emerging Technology Forum • Facelifting: Which Procedure for Which Patient?
• Medico-Legal Forum • Browlifting: Decision Making and Techniques in 2010
• NEW! Real Patient Focus Groups! • Lower Eyelid Blepharoplasty Alternatives
• All NEW! Skincare Workshop for Nurses / Aestheticians • Ultrasound Assisted Technology - The New Fountain of Youth?
• COMPLICATIONS in Aesthetic Surgery-25 Brief Case Presentations • Latest Update on Non-Surgical Body Contouring?
• Free Papers Session • Aesthetic Otoplasty
• The Advantages of Structural Fat Grafting Over Facial Fillers • Rhytidectomy Combined With Fat Grafting
• Are Mini-Facelifts a Better Answer Than Traditional Facelifting? • Avoiding Complications in Blepharoplasty
• Revision Rhinoplasty Pearls • Ablative Resurfacing With Peels and Lasers
• Do the New Ultrasound Technologies Tighten the Face and Neck? • Techniques for Facial Fat Grafting
• Individualizing Your Approach to Skin Rejuvenation • Follicular Unit Grafting in a Single Session
• Non-Surgical Rejuvenation Lasers Evaluated • Simplifying the Facelift Procedure
• Improving Patient Safety During Anesthesia • Pearls for Using Fillers in the Lips and Folds
• Fillers and Toxins-Which Ones, Why, and What About the New Ones? • Facelifting: 30Years of Experience Including Problems and Complications
• Evidenced Based Medicine Update on Current Technology • Rejuvenation of the Upper Face and Mid-Face at Upper and Lower
• Effective and Safe Treatments for Skin of Color Blepharoplasty
• How to Best Manage Lower Lid Fat Prolapse? • A Forty Year History of Facelifting: Has Anything Changed and Why?
• Mid-Facelifting-Is There a Single Best Technique • Phenol/Croton Oil Peels Including Modified Combinations
• Incisionless Blepharoplasty vs Transcutaneous-Selection Process • Simultaneous Facelift and Fat Injections
• External Lipolysis Devices....Will They Work For Us? • Finesse in Rhinoplasty
• How to Get the Best Cervicomental Angle
• Is There Really an Effective Treatment for Malar Puffiness? - And much more!!!!!!
• Autologous Revolumization of the Face
• A Return to Phenol\Croton Oil Peeling
• Facial Implants vs. Use of Facial Fillers
“A s usual you put together an outstanding
meeting. Think of all the patients whose
outcomes will be improved and the young doctors
• Solving the Tear Trough Problem-Fillers vs. Surgery who will be inspired to contribute to the field.”
• The Heavy Neck-Optimizing Results - Robert Goldbert, M.D.
• What Cosmeceuticals Can Actually Make a Difference? Oculoplastic Surgeon, Los Angeles, CA
• Must We Always Excise Skin to Effectively Treat Neck Skin Laxity?
• Traditional vs. the Newer Fractional CO2 Lasers.....Are We Really Get-
ting the Same Results?
• Plication vs. Imbrication of the SMAS-Is There Really a Difference?
- And much more!!!!!!
“Y ou have created a unique and very valuable educational
experience for core aesthetic physicians, and I shall certainly
recommend next year’s conference to my colleagues and to physicians
whom I precept.”
-Hema Sundaram, M.D.
Dermatologist, Fairfax, VA
“T here is no doubt that this meeting has set a new
paradigm for facial cosmetic surgery teaching.”
-E. Gaylon McCollough, M.D.
Facial Plastic Surgeon, Gulf Shores, AL
For more information visit us at www.VegasCosmeticSurgery2011.com
“A s an aesthetic industry expert, I go to all the aesthetic
conferences throughout the U.S. and I can confidently say
this meeting, is by far, the most comprehensive I’ve ever seen.”
The very best international
multi-disciplinary faculty ever assembled!
-Catherine Maley, MBA
Cosmetic Image Marketing, Sausalito, CA 2011 Meeting Directors: 2011 Specialty Advisors:
Jason Pozner, M.D. - Plastic Surgery
The Managing and Marketing of the S. Randolph Waldman, M.D. Mary Lupo, M.D. - Dermatology
Edwin Cortez, M.D. Robert Goldberg, M.D. - Ophthalmology
Aesthetic Practice (Non-CME) Renato Saltz, M.D. Paul Nassif, M.D. - Facial Plastic
Woffles Wu, M.D. - Plastic Surgery
• EMR vs Paper Records
Dermatologists Ron Mancini, MD, Los Angeles, CA
• How to Make Your Patient’s Office Visit Positively Memorable Jeanine Downie, MD, Montclair, NJ Guy Massry, MD, Beverly Hills, CA
• Converting Sales Leads Rebecca Fitzgerald, MD, Los Angeles, CA Jeff Nerad, MD, Cincinatti, OH
• Telephone and Communication Skills Michael Gold, MD, Nashville, TN Stuart Seiff, MD, San Francisco, CA
• Top 10 List of Marketing No-No’s Jennifer Linder, MD, Scottsdale, AZ
• Getting the Most from Your Marketing Dollars Mary Lupo, MD, New Orleans, LA Plastic Surgeons
• Bring Them in With Seminars Gary Monheit, MD, Birmingham, AL * Goesel Anson, MD, Las Vegas, NV
Vic Narurkar, MD, San Francisco, CA Greg Buford, MD, Englewood, CO
• Financial Policies for Aesthetic Patients
Patricia Ogilvie, MD, Munich, Germany Jay Calvert, MD, Beverly Hills, CA
• The Positives and Negatives of Utilizing a Nurse Injector Mark Codner, MD, Atlanta, GA
Wendy Roberts, MD, Rancho Mirage, CA
• Advanced Internet Marketing Hema Sundaram, MD, Rockville, MD Bruce Connell, MD, Santa Ana, CA *
• How Well Is Your Receptionist Doing?-Live Demonstrations!!! Patrick Treacy, MD, Dublin, Ireland Claudio De Lorenzi, MD, Kitchener, Ontario
• Practice Photography Dan Wasserman, MD, Birmingham, AL Barry DiBernardo, MD, Montclair, NJ
• 3D Imaging Susan Weinkle, MD, Bradenton, FL Felmont Eaves, MD, Charlotte, NC
• Dealing With the Rude Patient Phil Werschler, MD, Spokane, WA Joel Feldman, MD, Cambridge, MA
• Terminating Patients is Sometimes Necessary Julius Few, MD, Chicago, IL
• Avoiding Fraud in the Practice Facial Plastic Surgeons Steve Hamilton, MD, Houston, TX
Peter Adamson, MD, Toronto, ON Mark Jewel, MD, Eugene, OR
• Improving Your Informed Consent Information Jeffrey Kenkel, MD, Dallas TX
William Beeson, MD, Carmel, IN
• Bridging the Generational Staffing Divide Val Lambros, MD, Newport Beach, CA
Charles Boyd, MD, Livonia, MI
• The Power of Digital Influencers and Your Success Andrew Campbell, MD, Sheboygan, WI Timothy Marten, MD, San Francisco, CA
• How to Maintain Harmony Among Employees Donn Chatham, MD, Louisville, KY * Foad Nahai, MD, Atlanta, GA
• Cutting Overhead Costs in your Practice Spencer Cochran, MD, Dallas, TX Malcolm Paul, MD, Newport Beach, CA *
• What About the Use of Credit Cards? Edwin Cortez, MD, Overland Park, KS * Jason Pozner, MD, Boca Raton, FL
• Financial Controls to Eliminate Theft Steven Dayan, MD, Chicago, IL Renato Saltz, MD, Salt Lake City, UT
Steve Dennenberg, MD, Omaha NE Ed Terino, MD, Thousand Oaks, CA *
• Packaging Your Staff for Success
Fred Fedok, MD, Camp Hill, PA Luis Vasconez, MD, Birmingham, AL
• Office Managers Interactive Forum-Back by Popular Demand William Vasileff, MD, Birmingham, MI
Mike Jasin, MD, Tampa, FL
• Pre-operative Considerations James Vogel, MD, Owings Mill, MD
Russ Kridel, MD, Houston TX
• Post-operative Patient Care-Step by Step Guidelines Samuel Lam, MD, Plano, TX Woffles Wu, MD, Sigapore
• Top Five Strategies to Reduce Risk Management Corey Maas, MD, San Francisco, CA * William Zamboni, MD, Las Vegas, NV
• Disclosing Medical Errors and Unanticipated Outcomes E. Gaylon McCollough, MD, Gulf Shores, AL *
• Can Aggressive Marketing Actually Lead to Unrealistic Expectations? Jon Mendelsohn, MD, Cincinnati, OH Guest Faculty
• Anatomy of a Lawsuit Harry Mittelman, MD, Los Altos, CA Robert Baxter, Miami Beach, FL
• Telephone and Communication Skills Amir Moradi, Vista, CA Joe Blahnik, Louisville, TN
Paul Nassif, Beverly Hills, CA Candace Crowe, Orlando, FL
• The “Art” of Credentialing and Validating Your Physicians
Norman Pastorek, MD, New York City, NY Andrea Dieter, Las Vegas, NV
• Personality Types and Patient Consultation Tracy Drumm, Chicago, IL
Louie Patseavouras, MD, Greensboro, NC
• Patient Closing and Conversion Techniques Steven Pearlman, MD, New York City, NY Dana Fox, Edmonds, WA
• Maximizing the Opportunity with Loyal Patients Steven Perkins, MD, Indianapolis, IN Jay Geier, Roswell, GA
• The Exceptional Receptionist / The Perfect Patient Coordinator Michael Persky, MD, Encino, CA Lou Haggerty, Gardena, CA
• Why Every Practice Needs to Add Social Networking William Portuese, MD, Seattle, WA Gail Harris, Las Vegas, NV
• The Virtual Patient Coordinator Daniel Rousso, MD, Birmingham, AL Catherine Maley, Sausalito, CA
James Shire, MD, Chattanooga, TN Yvette Manard, Gardena, CA
“I t was truly an amazing show and I
heard wonderful reviews for all of the
courses. I took away so many pearls and
William Silver, MD, Atlanta, GA
Robert Simons, MD, Miami, FL
Jonathon Sykes, MD, Sacramento, CA
Laurie Mercier, Farmington Hills, MI
Ryan Miller, San Luis Obispo, CA
Marie Olesen, La Jolla, CA
found the energy at this conference to be Tom Tzikas, MD, Delray Beach, FL Shelly Olesen, Englewood, CA
S. Randolph Waldman, MD, Lexington, KY * Monique Ramsey, San Diego, CA
Tom Wang, MD, Portland, OR Sandy Roos, Simsbury, CT
-Tracy Drumm Michael Sacopulos, Greensboro, NC
Vice President of IF Marketing, Chicago, IL Oculoplastic Surgeons Kathleen Stillwell, Napa, CA
Richard Anderson, MD, Salt Lake City, UT Greg Washington, Gardena, CA
Brian Biesman, MD, Nashville, TN Greg Wesner, Seattle, WA
Roger Dailey, MD, Portland, OR Hayes Whiteside, MD, Birmingham, AL
“W hat a fantastic meeting this year. Similar style and substance
as last year but I believe the session programming was better,
especially in the practice management area.
Robert Goldberg, MD, Los Angeles, CA *
Jonathan Hoenig, MD, Beverley Hills, CA
Wendy Lee, MD, Miami, FL
Cheryl Whitman, Englewood Cliffs, NJ
Scott Whonsetler, Louisville, KY
Zack Wright, Roswell, GA
-Jeff Frentzen William Mack, MD, Tampa, FL *F.A.S.E. Founders
Editor of PSP Magazine, Los Angeles, CA
“P lease accept my highest compliments on a superb meeting.
It was without exception the finest educational meeting I
have ever had the privilege of attending.”
-Bill Beeson, MD
Facial Plastic Surgeon, Indianapolis, IN
For more information visit us at www.VegasCosmeticSurgery2011.com
The Multi-Specialty Foundation for F.A.S.E.
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Registration Vegas Cosmetic Surgery 2011
June 22nd - 26th, The Bellagio, Las Vegas
Before Jan. 14 Before April 30 After April 30 & Onsite
Physicians $1,050.00 $1,200.00 $1,350.00
Allied Health Professionals $895.00 $895.00 $995.00
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Accreditation This activity is jointly sponsored by Medical Education Resources and the Multi-Specialty Foundation
Target Audience: Those Board Certified or Board Eligible in Plastic Surgery, Facial Plastic Surgery, Dermatology, and Oculoplastic Surgery and Allied Health Professionals working directly with one of those specialists.
Learning Objectives: At the conclusion of this symposium, the participant should be able to:
• Demonstrate an improved understanding of how to avoid the most common problems in rhinoplasty.
• Differentiate the various approaches to blepharoplasty and browlifting to determine that best suited to the patient.
• Assess which patients might be the best candidates for surgical rejuvenation and which might benefit from non-invasive approaches to facial rejuvenation.
• Compare options for skin rejuvenation through the use of lasers and other skin tightening devices, fillers, injectables and minimally invasive lifting techniques.
• Assess controversial topics in facial aesthetic surgery in order to make more informed decisions.
Accreditation: This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with Essential Areas and Policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through the joint sponsorship of Medical
Education Resources (MER) and The Multi-Specialty Foundation for Facial Aesthetic Surgical Excellence. Medical Education Resources is accredited by the ACCME to sponsor continuing medical education for physicians.
Credit Designation: Medical Education Resources designates this educational activity for a maximum of 50 AMA PRA Category 1 credits™. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in
Nursing Accreditation: Medical Education Resources is a provider of continuing nursing education by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider #CEP 12299, for 50 contact hours.
Disclosure of Conflicts of Interests: It is the policy of Medical Education Resources to insure balance, independence, objectivity, and scientific rigor in all of its educational activities. In accordance with this policy, MER
identifies conflicts of interest with its instructors, content managers, and other individuals who are in a position to control the content of an activity. Conflicts are resolved by MER to ensure that all scientific research referred to, reported, or used
in a CME activity conforms to the generally accepted standards of experimental design, data collection, and analysis.
Register online at www.VegasCosmeticSurgery2011.com