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8 th International Symposium of BREAKFAST SESSIONS FACIAL PLASTIC SURGERY There are 8-10 different breakfast sessions occurring each day from 7:00- 7:50am. You may only attend one session per day. There is no additional fee to attend the sessions. However, each session will be limited to 25 registrants; therefore early registration is encouraged. New York City, U.S.A. Broadway 8 th International Symposium of FACIAL PLASTIC SURGERY THURSDAY, MAY 2, 2002 FRIDAY, MAY 3, 2002 BREAKFAST SESSIONS: FACE TO FACE WITH THE FACULTY BREAKFAST SESSIONS: FACE TO FACE WITH THE FACULTY BST1 Trauma Dilemma of the Day -- Advances in Craniofacial BSF1 Trauma Dilemma of the Day – Contemporary Management of Trauma Surgery Midface Trauma Moderator: Lawrence J. Marentette, MD (Ann Arbor, MI USA) Moderator: David D. Hamlar, MD, DDS (Minneapolis, MN Panelist: Robert M. Kellman, MD (Syracuse, NY USA) USA) Panelists: Mario J. Imola, MD, DDS (Denver, CO USA) BST2 Reconstruction Dilemma of the Day -- Challenges in Joram Raveh, MD, DMD (Bern, Switzerland) Reconstructive Facial Surgery Kurt Laedrach, MD (Bern, Switzerland) Moderator: John L. Frodel, Jr., MD (Albuquerque, NM USA) Panelists: Eugene L. Alford, MD (Houston, TX USA) BSF2 Reconstruction Dilemma of the Day – Management of Brian B. Burkey, MD (Nashville, TN USA) Complex Composite Facial Defects: The Role of Free Flaps Gerry Funk, MD (Iowa City, IA USA) Moderator: Mark K. Wax, MD (Portland, OR USA) Jeff Haller, MD (Salt Lake City, UT USA) Panelists: Gregory J. Renner, MD (Columbia, MO USA) John F. Hoffmann, MD (Salt Lake City, UT USA) Ralph Gilbert, MD (Toronto, ON Canada) Craig S. Murakami, MD (Seattle, WA USA) Wm. Russell Ries, MD (Nashville, TN USA) BSF3 Functional Nasal Surgery Kevin A. Shumrick, MD (Cincinnati, OH USA) Gerhard Rettinger, MD (Ulm, Germany) Steven J. Pearlman, MD (New York, NY USA) BST3 Avoiding Complications in Rhinoplasty Rolf Münker, MD (Stuttgart, Germany) BSF4 Septoplasty in Rhinoplasty William Lawson, MD,DDS (New York, NY USA) Mr. Ian Mackey, FRCS (London, United Kingdom) Wolfgang Gubisch, MD (Stuttgart, Germany) BST4 Nasal Tip Grafts and Spreader Grafts Shan R. Baker, MD (Livonia, MI USA) BSF5 Mentoplasty Carlos Pedroza, MD (Cali, Colombia) Alvin I. Glasgold, MD (Highland Park, NJ USA) Enrique Pliego, MD (Mexico City, Mexico) BST5 Fat Sparing Blepharoplasty Richard D. Zeph, MD (Carmel, IN USA) BSF6 New Concepts in Non-Ablative Rejuvenation Richard E. Davis, MD (Miami, FL USA) R. James Koch, MD (Stanford, CA USA) Gregory S. Keller, MD (Santa Barbara, CA USA) BST6 Avoiding Complications in Otoplasty Enrique Pliego, MD (Mexico City, Mexico) BSF7 Cleft Rhinoplasty Edward H. Farrior, MD (Tampa, FL USA) Gilbert J. Nolst Trenité, MD (Rotterdam, The Netherlands) Craig W. Senders, MD (Sacramento, CA USA) BST7 New Frontiers in Wound Healing David B. Hom, MD (Minneapolis, MN USA) BSF8 Facial Contouring R. James Koch, MD (Stanford, CA USA) Harry Mittelman, MD (Menlo Park, CA USA) Claus D. Walter, MD (Heiden, Switzerland) BST8 Management of the Crooked Nose Pietro Palma, MD (Milan, Italy) BSF9 Nasal Fractures – Pitfalls and Pearls Craig S. Murakami, MD (Seattle, WA USA) Arlen D. Meyers, MD (Denver, CO USA) Kevin A. Shumrick, MD (Cincinnati, OH USA) BSF10 Upper Blepharoplasty and Ptosis Repair Donna J. Millay, MD (Burlington, VT USA) William E. Silver, MD (Atlanta, GA USA) 24 New York City, U.S.A. 8 th International Symposium of FACIAL PLASTIC SURGERY SATURDAY, MAY 4, 2002 SUNDAY, MAY 5, 2002 BREAKFAST SESSIONS: FACE TO FACE WITH THE FACULTY BREAKFAST SESSIONS: FACE TO FACE WITH THE FACULTY BSS1 Trauma Dilemma of the Day – Special Cases in Pediatric BSU1 Trauma Dilemma of the Day - Challenges and Innovations in Facial Trauma Trauma Reconstruction Moderator: Sherard A. Tatum, III, MD (Syracuse, NY USA) Moderator: John F. Hoffmann, MD (Salt Lake City, UT USA) Panelists: Mario J. Imola, MD, DDS (Denver, CO USA) Panelists: Robert M. Kellman, MD (Syracuse, NY USA) Christos Dimitriou, MD (Thessaloniki, Greece) Lawrence J. Marentette, MD (Ann Arbor, MI USA) BSS2 Reconstruction Dilemma of the Day – Facial Skin Lesions: BSU2 Reconstruction Dilemma of the Day – Aesthetic Lip Treatment and Reconstruction Reconstruction Moderator: Brian B. Burkey, MD (Nashville, TN USA) Moderator: Patrick J. Gullane, MD (Toronto, ON Canada) Panelist: Thomas Stasko, MD (Nashville, TN USA) Panelist: Gregory J. Renner, MD (Columbia, MO USA) BSS3 Optimal Facelift Incisions BSU3 Management of Facial Lines Mr. Tony R. Bull, FRCS (London, United Kingdom) Jose Rafael Reyes, MD (Bogota, Columbia) Russell W. H. Kridel, MD (Houston, TX USA) S. Randolph Waldman, MD (Lexington, KY USA) BSS4 Chemical Peeling BSU4 Approach to Brow/Forehead Lifting Edwin A. Cortez, MD (Leawood, KS USA) Jonathan M. Sykes, MD (Sacramento, CA USA) Hervé Raspaldo, MD (Cannes, France) John J. Dmytryshyn, MD (Vancouver, BC Canada) BSS5 Management of Alar Collapse and the Nasal Valve BSU5 New Devices and Approaches to Skin Resurfacing Martyn Mendelsohn, MD (Sydney, Australia) Gregory S. Keller, MD (Santa Barbara, CA USA) Richard L. Goode, MD (Stanford, CA USA) Gregory W. Chernoff, MD (Santa Rosa, CA USA) BSS6 Extended Pre-jowl Implants BSU6 Management of the Projecting Nasal Tip Thomas Romo, III, MD (New York, NY USA) Mr. Tony R. Bull, FRCS (London, United Kingdom) Mark J. Glasgold, MD (Highland Park, NJ USA) Wallace K. Dyer, II, MD (Atlanta, GA USA) BSS7 Ethnic Rhinoplasty BSU7 Management of the Difficult Neck Jaime Fandiño Izundegui, MD (Mexico City, Mexico) Pierre F. Giammanco, MD (Newport Beach, CA USA) Geoffrey W. Tobias, MD (Englewood, NJ USA) David A. F. Ellis, MD (Toronto, ON Canada) BSS8 The Overprojecting Nose BSU8 Male Facelift Surgery Richard J. Biggerstaff, MD (Indianapolis, IN USA) Valerio Micheli-Pellegrini, MD (Florence, Italy) Gilbert J. Nolst Trenité, MD (Rotterdam, The Netherlands) Vito C. Quatela, MD (Rochester, NY USA) BSS9 Nasal Base in Cleft-lip Rhinoplasty BSU9 Ethnic Rhinoplasty Gerhard Rettinger, MD (Ulm, Germany) Sheldon S. Kabaker, MD (Oakland, CA USA) Craig W. Senders, MD (Sacramento, CA USA) Roxana Cobo, MD (Cali, Colombia) BSS10 Genioplasty vs. Chin Augmentation BSU10 Soft-tissue Augmentation John L. Frodel, Jr., MD (Albuquerque, NM USA) Brian P. Maloney, MD (Atlanta, GA USA) Jonathan M. Sykes, MD (Sacramento, CA USA) Mark Hamilton, MD (Indianapolis, IN USA) New York City, U.S.A. 25 8 th International Symposium of ABOUT NEW YORK FACIAL PLASTIC SURGERY New York is electric from the neon billboards of Times Square to companies that organize custom shopping tours. Manhattan’s night lit skyline to the rush of people cramming the streets, Spend a morning at Macy’s, the world’s largest store, with everything subways, office towers, theaters and restaurants. An international capital from food imports in the Cellar to antiques on the top floor, and a world of finance, fashion, media and the arts, it’s a place where worlds collide of shopping in between. Lunch in the Cellar, then cross the street to the to create an utterly distinctive energy. Underneath the cosmopolitan Manhattan Mall. sheen, however, New York remains a city of neighborhoods. From the Reenergized, walk up Fifth Avenue and Madison Avenue for Lower East Side to Spanish Harlem, from Bedford Stuyvesant to designer stores from Armani to Zegna. Bloomingdale’s flagship store is Chinatown, Old World customs still have their place. a short walk east and Felissimo is west. Then head downtown to SoHo and Greenwich Village, where you’ll Museums to See, Things to Do find all sorts of one-of-a-kind items, from jewelry to accessories to trend- New York City has 150 of the most comprehensive and exciting museums setting designer and vintage outfits. in the world. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Another shopping-filled day can start on Manhattan’s Lower East Art, the American Museum of Natural History, and the Solomon R. Side, on Orchard Street, where bargains on everything from jeans to Guggenheim Museum are well known across the globe but that leaves handbags can be found. The area bustles on Sundays. While here, stop 146 phenomenal cultural institutions that cater to interests including to visit the Lower East Side Tenement Museum for a glimpse into life as photography, crafts, movies and television, Jewish heritage, news, a newly arrived immigrant to New York City in the 1800s. history, medieval art, design, pianos, fire, transit, skyscrapers, and oh so While you’re downtown, don’t miss Century 21, across from the much more. World Trade Center, if you’re after top designer clothing at amazing At Chelsea Piers Sports & Entertainment Complex, a 30-acre sports discounts. Lunch in Chinatown or the South Street Seaport, which also center, you can golf, rock-climb, box, bowl (or try Bowlmor Lanes in has good shopping; both are nearby. Other shrines for off-price designer Greenwich Village), swim, play basketball and volleyball, and even kayak. labels are Loehmann’s, at 16th Street in Chelsea, and Aaron’s, in-season There are two outdoor ice-skating rinks in Central Park and one in discounter of women’s designer clothing, on Fifth Avenue in the pretty Rockefeller Center; there are indoor rinks in locations including the neighborhood of Park Slope, Brooklyn. South Street Seaport and Chelsea Piers. In summer, see a free movie outdoors in midtown’s Bryant Park. All the More Reason to Bring the Children Along There are 15 miles of beaches within the city limits, 13 golf courses, New York City has so many sights and spectacles that both entertain and and four zoos. There are also two million trees in the city’s parks and a educate children. In fact, it’s very much a theme park, with a great botanical garden in each of the five boroughs, including the Brooklyn difference: everything is real! In planning how to get from place to place, Botanic Garden and the New York Botanical Garden in the Bronx. The remember that children find subways especially fun when they look out boroughs also have wonderful parks such as Prospect Park in Brooklyn the window of the first car so they can watch the stations appear and and Flushing Meadows-Corona Park in Queens. draw close as the train rockets along. New York is on the north-south flyway for migrating birds, and in the Children love being on the top of a double decker bus and on a boat, spring and fall there are as many avian visitors here as the human kind. so take them on a tour by land or by sea - or both if you have time. Bird-watching is popular in Central Park and at the Jamaica Bay Wildlife Don’t miss the outdoor observatory at the Empire State Building. Refuge in Queens. Then go down to the second floor to New York Skyride, an exhilarating New York is also the home of the World Series champions, the New simulated helicopter tour of the city. York Yankees, and from April to October you can exercise your lungs On to the American Museum of Natural History. There are dino- cheering them on at Yankee Stadium. New York has many other great saurs, of course, but also the new Hall of Biodiversity. sports teams such as the Knicks, Mets, Giants, Jets, Rangers, Have dinner at a famous theme restaurant - the Hard Rock Cafe, MetroStars, and New York Liberty. Horseracing is another spectator Planet Hollywood, Harley-Davidson Cafe, Mars 2112, or Ellen’s Stardust sport that can bring you outdoors. You can cheer for the Thoroughbreds Diner. at Belmont Park for most of the summer, and repeat the experience even The next day, spend the morning at the Bronx Zoo/Wildlife in the winter at Aqueduct Racetrack. Conservation Park, the largest urban zoo in the U.S., or go to the always entertaining, interactive Brooklyn Children’s Museum. Shopping Galore! Come back into Manhattan and shop at the Warner Brothers Studio Shopping is one of travel’s greatest pleasures - the thrill of coming upon Store and FAO Schwarz, the world’s most fantastic toy store. something special that isn’t readily available back home. In New York you Eat at another theme restaurant, then head to the new, family- can find goods from all over the world, frequently at better prices than friendly Times Square to see The Lion King, Beauty and the Beast, Cats, anywhere else. From world-recognized designer labels to the hippest or anything playing at the New Victory Theater, New York’s theater for collections from New York’s up-and-coming designers to flea market and children and families. outlet store bargains, New York is a shopper’s paradise. Both Macy’s and Other places children love are the Museum of Television & Radio, Bloomingdale’s have a private shopping service, and there are several the Cloisters, the Children’s Museum of Manhattan, and the Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum. 26 New York City, U.S.A.