Program

Thursday June 7
Combined session on aesthetic surgery and non-surgical procedures
Session Hall A1

08.00 - 08.15 Opening and welcome

Per Hedén

08.15 - 08.45 Keynote lecture - AI (Artificial Intelligence) and its' influence on the future of medicine – Per Hedén

08.45 - 10.15 “The debate” – Why a surgical procedure? VS Why a non-surgical procedure?

Chairman – Brian Kinney and Co-Chairman – Michael Scheflan

Nasal reshaping
For surgical – Bahman Guyuron and Giovanni Botti
For non-surgical – Per Hedén and  Jonathan Sykes

Midface reshaping
For surgical – Mario Pelle Ceravolo and Warwick Nettle
For non-surgical – Magnus Noah and Nabil Fakih

Eyebrow reshaping
For surgical – Patrick Tonnard and Alain Fogli
For non-surgical – Raj Acquilla

10.15 - 10.45 Coffee break in the Exhibition Area

10.45 - 12.15 Bacteria, biofilms, granulomas and wound healing

Chairman – Anand Deva and Co-Chairman – Günter Germann
Bacteria and biofilm formation in aesthetic medicine – Anand Deva
Immunology and biofilm theory – Dolores Wolfram
Bacteria – bad, more bacteria worse – indications for antibiotic prophylaxis in aesthetic procedures – William Adams
Signs of contamination and biofilm formation – Magnus Noah
Update on biofilm activation and late-onset nodules after HA injection – Patricia Ogilvie
Bacterial resistance a major threat in the future of medicine – how can we avoid this development? – Roger Wixtröm
Wound healing – what´s new? The scientific status today – Ardeshir Bayat
Onsite production and delivery of endogenous proteins to wounds and the MOA in acceleration of healing – a potential for improving scar healing in the future? – Evelina Vågesjö

Discussion

12.15 - 12.25 ISAPS Presentation

Magnus Noah

12.25 - 13.30 Lunch in the Exhibition Area

12.45 - 13.30 Sponsored lunch symposium Allergan: A non-surgical approach to Profiloplasty

Dario Bertossi

12.45 - 13.30 Sponsored lunch symposium Establishment Labs/Motiva : Science of Breast Tissue Management

Conversatorium on the Science of Breast Tissue Management
Learn from the experts in Panel A about the latest scientific information on the biocompatibility of breast implant surfaces and how to reduce the probability of safety related complications.
To avoid reoperations for aesthetic reasons, Panel B will discuss winning methods to transition from textured implants that promote tissue in-growth to latest generation bioengineered cell friendly smooth surfaces.

Panel A – Surface Biocompatibility
Ardeshir Bayat
Anand Deva
Dolores Wolfram
Brian Kinney
Alexandre Mendonca Munhoz

Panel B – Surgical Tips & Tricks
Dennis Hammond
Marcos Sforza
Giovanni Botti
Radu Ionescu
Paolo Montemurro

13.30 - 14.30 The BTS Cup

Problem solving in aesthetic medicine
Judge – Magnus Noah
USA team vs. European team
USA team – Eric Bernstein,  Jonathan Sykes, Hema Sundaram, Bradley Calobrace
European team – Raj Acquilla, Alain Fogli, Giovanni Botti, Patricia Ogilvie

14.30 - 16.30 New technologies and business building

Chairman – Brian Kinney and Co-Chairman – Steve Teiltelbaum
Documentation of results: past, present and future – Emanuelle Elard
The technical revolution – past, present and future. How to select and integrate new techniques in an aesthetic practice – Constantin Stan
Upgrading your clinic with new technologies for injections to reduce pain, risks & augment patient satisfaction – Dalvi Humzah
Cosmeceuticals – why in an aesthetic clinic – Peter Wehling
Using ACS to positively influence skin aging signs – Martina Kerscher
Doctors delivering media messaging – William Adams
The beginners guide: how to build a successful practice in aesthetic medicine – Nikolaos Metaxotos
How to run a successful aesthetic clinic – Giovanni Botti
The business of plastic surgery. Pearls to creating a comprehensive aesthetic practice – Bradley Calobrace
When worlds collide online – patient empowerment, cybersmearing and physician reputation management – Brian Kinney
The risks and potentials with social media – how to deal with it – Paolo Montemurro
Internet reputation management – Steve Teitelbaum

Discussion

16.30 - 17.00 Coffee break in the Exhibition Area

17.00 - 18.00 Patient communication

Chairman – Brad Calobrace and Co-Chairman – Jonathan Sykes
How I approach a consultation – Kieren Bong
How to establish strong relationships with your patients – Nikolaos Metaxotos
Communicating with cosmetic patients – Jonathan Sykes
The ticket to success: how to predict aesthetic outcomes? – Patricia Ogilvie
Managing expectations in aesthetic medicine – Robert Cohen

Discussion

18.00 - 19.00 Sponsored workshop Mentor- Risk Mitigation

Free of charge, limited seating, NO registration needed
Mentor: Risk Mitigation – Roger Wixtröm, Louis Strock

Masters’ Round Table – Analysing Emerging Trends in Breast Surgery

 

Overview:
New therapeutic options are emerging to better control post-operative healing for breast surgery patients, while reducing the incidence of adverse effects and improving aesthetic outcomes.
Join leading industry experts for an interactive round table session to evaluate and assess emerging trends, research, therapies & advancements in breast surgery, aimed at mitigating risk and increasing long-term patient satisfaction.

Topics:
• Best practices, innovation & optimized approaches for enhanced recovery
• Evolving patient preferences in aesthetic surgery
• Latest perspectives and treatment options in revision surgery
• Pre-pectoral breast reconstruction

18.00 - 19.00 Sponsored workshop Hudhelse- The approach to healthy skin by Dr. Obagi

Zein Obagi

18.00 - 19.00 In-depth workshops - meet the experts

Free of charge, limited seating, advance registration needed
T1: Expand your aesthetic outpatient clinic. How and why to integrate temperature controlled radio frequency  treatments – indications and treatment techniques – Brian Kinney
T2: Mastopexy and breast reductions with the SPAIR technique – Dennis Hammond
T3: Strategies  for building a successful aesthetic clinic: Injectables, EBD and cosmeceuticals – Hema Sundaram

Friday June 8 – Surgical program
Session Hall C1-C4

 

07.00 - 08.00 In-depth workshops - meet the experts

Free of charge, limited seating, advance registration needed
F1: Rhinoplasty a comprehensive workshop for the beginner and the advanced – Bahman Guyuron
F2: MACS lifting and different centrofacial fat grafting modalities – Patrick Tonnard
F3: What do you need to know about cutaneous lasers and energy based devices when you have an aesthetic medical clinic? – Eric Bernstein
F4: Applied anatomy for facial injections. How to optimise treatment results and minimise complications – Jonathan Sykes
F5: Mastopexy with internal support to achieve good upper pole stability – William Adams

Sponsored Workshop
Sientra: New implant classification system and importance of bacterial mitigation when using breast implants – Anand Deva and Bradly Calobrace

AESTHETIC FACIAL SURGERY

08.00 - 10.00 The periorbital and facial fat grafting

Chairman – Bahman Guyuron and Co-Chairman – Patrick Tonnard
What makes a beautiful eye: does traditional surgery make sense? – Jonathan Sykes
Rethinking eyebrow aesthetics: eyebrow shape and height and the influence of orbital volume – Timothy Marten
Hairline lowering forehead reduction – Warwick Nettle
Midface lift, fat grafting and canthoplasty to correct eyelid iatrogenic deformities – Giovanni Botti
Individualized periorbital rejuvenation – Bahman Guyuron
Transcutaneous brow shaping (Pelle technique) and direct brow lift – Warwick Nettle
Eyebrows and temporal lift – Alain Fogli 
Transconjunctival lower lid fat modification combined with aggressive fractional laser of the skin – Jay Burns
Correcting lower orbital irregularities following fat grafting – Timothy Marten

Discussion

10.00 - 10.30 Coffee break in the Exhibition Area

10.30 - 12.45 Face and neck lifting

Chairman – Warwick Nettle and Co-chairman – Alain Fogli
Face lift: How I do it and why after 38 years of experience – Alain Fogli
Rhytidectomy the salient points – Bahman Guyuron
MACS lift potentials and limitations and update on long term results – Patrick Tonnard
Face lift in men – Giovannni Botti
Management of the anterior digastric in neck surgery – Warwick Nettle
Neck lifting – identifying the anatomic basis of neck problem and choosing appropriate strategies for treatment – Timothy Marten
The submandibular gland: an uncomfortable presence in the neck. How to treat it safely – Mario Pelle Ceravolo
The deep plane face lift: why operating deep to the SMAS makes sense – Jonathan Sykes
The difficult fat grafting patient – identifying potential problems and pitfalls in treating facial fat depletion – Timothy Marten
The different modalities of facial fat grafting – Patrick Tonnard

Discussion

12.45 - 14.00 Lunch in the Exhibition Area

13.15 - 14.00 Sponsored lunch symposium Galderma: Mastering the midface; don't just volumize, individualize

Sabrina Shah Desai

13.15 - 14.00 Sponsored lunch symposium Polytech: Dedication to quality and innovation

Chairman – Magnus Noah
My addiction to microthane breast implants – Mario Pelle Ceravolo
Real challenges in breast surgery solved by using microthane implants – Moustapha Hamdi
Value of light-weight implants in aesthetic surgery – Patrick Mallucci

13.15 - 14.00 Sponsored workshop Galatea: The Next Generation of Soft Tissue Support – The GalaFLEX Scaffold

After over 5 years experience in the US, Galaflex (P4HB) Natural Scaffold, FDA approved revolutionary monofilament, the next generation of soft tissue support material with superb biocompatibility, predictable resorption and unparalleled long-term strength. This symposium will provide key pearls for use of Galaflex in breast surgery.

Key expert presentations include:

William P. Adams Jr. MD – Material overview, scientific data, 5 years clinical use
Pat Mallucci MD – 1.5 year Galaflex clinical experience
Roy De Vita – Use of Galaflex in breast surgery

13.15 - 14.00 Sponsored workshop Medinordic : The No-scar Face Lift-A New Approach for a Natural Rejuvenation

Pierpaolo Rovatti

AESTHETIC BREAST SURGERY

14.00 - 15.30 Secondary procedures and complication

Chairman – Dennis Hammond and Co-Chairman – Patrick Mallucci
Secondary surgery – pearls and pitfalls – Patrick Mallucci 
Pathophysiology of animation deformities – Mario Pelle Ceravolo 
Minimizing and managing complications in aesthetic breast surgery – Robert Cohen
Capsular contracture and breast implants – an evolution of ideas and improvement in results – Brian Kinney
Will the real double bubble please stand up! – bad terminology leading to bad outcomes – William Adams
Internal implant support with ADM – Robert Cohen
How do I treat double bubble deformities? – Constantin Stan 
Breast asymmetry and treatment, my decision making algorithm – Roy de Vita

Discussion

15.30 - 16.00 Coffee break in the Exhibition Area – sponsored by IPOMIA (Session Hall A1) “On the catwalk" – Not dull but good post- surgical support garments

16.00 - 18.00 Implant surface and shapes – what do we know and what do we believe?

Chairman – Anand Deva, Co-chairman – William Adams
ALCL – what we know, what we think we know and what we still don’t know – Anand Deva
Spontaneous regression/resolution in BIA-ALCL – should we rethink early stage disease – Daniel Fleming
Why do I prefer polyurethane covered implants? – European perspective – Moustapha Hamdi
Macrotextured, microtextured or smooth – my US perspective – Dennis Hammond
Why I use textured and smooth implants and don’t worry: Keys to success – Williams Adams
Characterisation of breast implant surfaces and their functional biocompatibility – Ardeshir Bayat
The new smooth cell-friendly surface – what has changed? – Marcos Sforza
What they are not telling about new breast implants – is there a fast, cheap and easy way to separate? – Michael Scheflan
Immune biocompatibility of silicone breast implants – Dolores Wolfram
Is increased silicone surface texturisation the future solution to problems in breast augmentation? – Per Hedén

The grand debate: Smooth, “nano”, micro, macro or new textures

19.30 Closing Event

Friday June 8 – Non-Surgical program
Session Hall A1

07.00 - 08.00 In-depth workshops - meet the experts

Free of charge, limited seating, pre-registration needed
F1: Rhinoplasty a comprehensive workshop for the beginner and the advanced – Bahman Guyuron
F2: MACS lifting and different centrofacial fat grafting modalities – Patrick Tonnard
F3: What do you need to know about cutaneous lasers and energy based devices when you have an aesthetic medical clinic? – Eric Bernstein
F4: Applied anatomy for facial injections. How to optimise treatment results and minimise complications – Jonathan Sykes
F5: Mastopexy with internal support to achieve good upper pole stability – William Adams

Sponsored Workshop
Sientra: New implant classification system and importance of bacterial mitigation when using breast implants – Anand Deva and Bradly Calobrace

08.00 - 10.00 Cosmeceuticals: The scientific status and how to integrate it in the aesthetic clinic

Chairman – Hema Sundaram and Co-chairman – Dominik Duscher
The why and how of cosmeceuticals – key ingredients and protocols – Tamara Griffith
Products and protocols for treatment of hyperpigmentation, acne and rosacea – Nabil Fakih
Skin rejuvenation through HIF-Alpha – Dominik Duscher
Hot topicals – new and emerging cosmeceuticals for aesthetic applications – Hema Sundaram
Research strategies for cosmeceuticals – Rahul Mehta
Creams for Plastic Surgeon Cosmeceuticals for pre- and post-surgical and non-surgical procedures – Dalvi Humzah

Discussion

 

10.00 - 10.30 Coffee break in the Exhibition Area

10.30 - 12.45 Energy based device, laser treatments and non-surgical fat removal

Chairman – Eric Bernstein and Co-Chairman – Jay Burns
Overview of cutaneous lasers and energy based devices – Eric Bernstein
Full facial treatments using lasers in combinations with other modalities to achieve optimal results – Hema Sundaram
Aggressive full field laser resurfacing – Jay Burns
Overview of different treatment options for vascular lesions in an aesthetic clinic – Per Bergentz
Avoiding complications and maximizing results in laser surgery – Eric Bernstein
Indication and limitations of IPL treatments – Jay Burns
Temperature controlled radio frequency – treatment of hyperhidrosis, cellulite and other indications – Brian Kinney
Skin quality improvement: when injectables, when lasers? – Patricia Ogilvie
Tattoo-removing lasers – Eric Bernstein
Facial cryoliposysis benefits and limitations – Jay Burns
Injection lipolysis technique limitations and possibilities – Ulf Samuelsson 

Discussion

12.45 - 14.00 Lunch in the Exhibition Area

13.15 - 14.00 Sponsored lunch symposium Galderma: Mastering the midface; don't just volumize, individualize

Sabrina Shah Desai

13.15 - 14.00 Sponsored lunch symposium Polytech: Dedication to quality and innovation

Chairman – Magnus Noah
My addiction to microthane breast implants – Mario Pelle Ceravolo
Real challenges in breast surgery solved by using microthane implants – Moustapha Hamdi
Value of light-weight implants in aesthetic surgery – Patrick Mallucci

13.15 - 14.00 Sponsored workshop Galatea: The Next Generation of Soft Tissue Support – The GalaFLEX Scaffold

After over 5 years experience in the US, Galaflex (P4HB) Natural Scaffold, FDA approved revolutionary monofilament, the next generation of soft tissue support material with superb biocompatibility, predictable resorption and unparalleled long-term strength. This symposium will provide key pearls for use of Galaflex in breast surgery.

Key expert presentations include:

William P. Adams Jr. MD – Material overview, scientific data, 5 years clinical use
Pat Mallucci MD – 1.5 year Galaflex clinical experience
Roy De Vita – Use of Galaflex in breast surgery

13.15 - 14.00 Sponsored workshop Medinordic : The No-scar Face Lift-A New Approach for a Natural Rejuvenation

Pierpaolo Rovatti

14.00 - 14.45 Aesthetic beauty ideals and improved patient management

Chairman -Jonathan Sykes and Co-Chairman – Athina Giannopoulou
Female vs male beauty ideal – important considerations when treating – Raj Acquilla
The art of the volume styling of the face. Light and shadow play. Fill & lift concept – Elena Goltsova
Young? Attractive? Feminine? The scientific basis of differentiated perception – Patricia Ogilvie
Upgrading your clinic with new technologies for injections to reduce pain, risks & augment patient satisfaction – Nabil Fakih

Discussion

14.45 - 15.30 Sponsored workshop Teoxane: The new dynamic era of facial fillers

Kieren Bong

15.30 - 16.00 Coffee break in the Exhibition Area – sponsored by IPOMIA (Session Hall A1) “On the catwalk" – Not dull but good post- surgical support garments

16.00 - 17.00 Evolution of facial injectables

Chairman – Hema Sundaram and Co-Chairman – Kieren Bong
Mixing of different facial fillers to improve results and duration – Nabil Fakih
Past, present and future of dermal fillers – Stephane Meunier
Fillers: what’s in my syringe – and why does it matter? – Hema Sundaram
An update on regulatory issues to permit the use of SVF and stem cells in soft tissue procedures. Till non-surgical – Günter Germann
Evolution of facial rejuvenation with off the shelf fat – use of allograft adipo-cellular matrix in the face – Brian Kinney

Discussion

19.30 Closing Event

Saturday June 9 – Surgical program

Session Hall A1

AESTHETIC BREAST SURGERY

09.00 - 10.30 Breast implants: new innovations and surgical techniques

Chairman – Yoav Barnea and Co-Chairman – Per Hedén
B-Lite implants – specific considerations for selection of implants and surgical techniques – Günter Germann
Implant weight effect on post-surgical pain and recovery – a multi center study – Nikolaus Raab
The real expansion of the lower pole with high elasticity silicone gel implants – Marcos Sforza
Understanding and achieving long term upper pole fullness in augmentation and mastopexies – Bradley Calobrace
A new classification system for breast implants – Anand Deva
Breast surgery: “Nano surfaces”: advantages and disadvantages. Surgical tips & tricks for safer outcomes – Radu Ionescu
Why the periareolar augmentation incision should be abandoned – Steve Teitelbaum
How to keep the combined implant and fat grafting simple and safe – Yoav Barnea

Discussion

10.30 - 11.00 Coffee Break in the Exhibition Area

11.00 - 12.45 Case debate: Problem solving in primary and secondary breast augmentation

Chairman – Steven Teitelbaum and Co-Chairman – Robert Cohen
Aesthetics in patients for reconstructive breast surgery – Timo Bartels
Fat grafting and implants – reconstruction and aesthetic – Yoav Barnea
How do I deal with hard breasts after tumor resection and irradiation? – Moustapha Hamdi 
The balcony technique of breast augmentation and inverted-T mastopexy with an inferior dermoglandular flap – Roy de Vita
Breast reduction and mastopexy: the conical concept – Bertrand Lacotte
Composite breast augmentation for primary and secondary procedures, 10 years of experience – Eric Auclair
Fat graft: a major complication for a minor defect correction – Roy de Vita
Breast, soft tissue and fat – past, present and future: a pundit’s perspective – William Adams
Implant removal and simultaneous fatgrafting – how much can we achieve and what are the limitations – Daniel del Vecchio
One stage augmentation with mastopexy – techniques and patient selection – Robert Cohen

Discussion

12.45 - 14.00 Lunch in the Exhibition Area

13.15 - 14.00 Sponsored lunch symposium Allergan: Natrelle® Portfolio: Helping patients find their TruForm

Paolo Montemurro

13.15 - 14.00 Sponsored lunch symposium IBSA: Profhilo: multilevel dynamic remodelling for face and neck

Hema Sundaram, Dalvi Humzah

BODY CONTOURING

14.00 - 16.00 Body contouring and fat grafting

Chairman – Daniel del Vecchio and  Co-Chairman – Francois Petit
Large volume fat grafting – where are we on processing? – Daniel Del Vecchio 
Important considerations in body contouring procedures – Bertrand Lacotte
Inner thigh lifting: orientation in 2018 – Jean-François Pascal
The learning curve of high definition liposuction – Athanasios Athanasiou
Fat grafting to the buttocks – what is the safe approach? – Daniel Del Vecchio 
Buttock lifting: the rules to succeed – Jean-François Pascal
Basic principles for successful abdominoplasties – Giovanni Botti
Why buttock augmentation with implants? – Francois Petit 
The lateral body lift: an essential procedure to know – Jean-François Pascal
Drain in body contouring surgery: when and how can we avoid them? – Timo Bartels

Discussion

16.00 - 16.05 Adjournment

Per Hedén

16.05 - 16.30 Coffee Break in the Exhibition Area

16.30 - 17.30 In-depth workshops – meet the experts

Free of charge, limited seating, advance registration needed
S1: Facelift with high SMAS and neck dissection and simultaneous fat grafting (time: 16.30 – 18.00) – Timothy Marten
S2: Periorbital rejuvenation and beautification – a comprehensive course on how to optimise outcomes – Giovanni Botti
S3: The no drain no pain® Tummy Tuck: Glue, exparel, and TAP block – Steve Teitelbaum
S4: Comprehensive course of different body lifting procedures – Jean-François Pascal
S5: Mastopexy augmentation with implant to achieve good and safe results – when and how? – Patrick Mallucci
S6: How to deal with complications after breast augmentation surgery – Moustapha Hamdi

Saturday June 9

Non-Surgical program

Session Hall C1-C4

09.00 - 10.30 Complications after injectables

Chairman – Christoph Martschin and Co-Chairman – Ulf Samuelsson
Blindness after filler injection – review of the literature and a case report – Ulf Samuelsson 
Treatment of non-absorbable filler complications – Giovannni Botti 
Hyaluronidse treatment and their allergic complications – Athina Ginnopoulou
Vascular catastrophy after filler injections – how to diagnose and treat – Patricia Ogilvie
Complications after botulinum neurotoxin treatment – Andy Pickett
My treatment protocol for granulomas – Nabil Fahil
How to deal with with granulomas and inflammatory reactions – Mario Pelle Ceravolo 
An overview of frequency and severity of complications after HA filler injections – Christoph Martschin

Discussion

10.30 - 11.00 Coffee Break in the Exhibition Area

11.00 - 12.45 Full facial approach with filler, combination treatments and BoNt update

Chairman – Nabil Fakih and Co-Chairman – Kieren Bong
Botulinum toxin in aesthetics, 2018 – an up-to-date and review of indications and treatments – Andy Pickett
My approach to total facial non-surgical rejuvenation and beautification – Sabrina Shah Desai
Country trends in aesthetic use of BoNT and masseter treatment techniques – Andy Pickett 
Total face approach – assessment, planning and injection strategy – Raj Acquilla
How I approach the full face treatment. Evaluation, planning  and treatment steps – Kieren Bong
How to combine fillers: EBD, fractional CO2 laser, and BNT-A to get the best results in the periorbit – Elena Goltsova
How to approach the full face patient. The most cost effective sequential planning – Athina Giannopoulou
Combined, minimally invasive treatments for the neck and jawline, combined, restorative approach to the midface – Hema Sundaram
Neurotoxines: 10 tips for to inject and avoid complications – Nabil Fakih

Discussion

12.45 - 14.00 Lunch in the Exhibition Area

13.15 - 14.00 Sponsored lunch symposium Allergan: Natrelle® Portfolio: Helping patients find their TruForm

Paolo Montemurro

13.15 - 14.00 Sponsored lunch symposium IBSA: Profhilo: multilevel dynamic remodelling for face and neck

Hema Sundaram, Davul, Humzah

14.00 - 16.00 Injectables: How I do it? - including videos

Chairman – Raj Acquilla and Co-Chairman – Jan Jernbeck
Contour and sculpt the mid and lower face with HA fillers – Kieren Bong 
How to use HA fillers as myomodulators – Patricia Ogilvie
The chin and jawline correction: 5 steps to success – Elena Goltsova
Choosing the correct procedure for chin enhancement – Jonathan Sykes
My approach to the perioral area – Jan Jernbeck
Aesthetic Nurses; their role and requirements as aesthetic medicine adapts to worldwide changes and needs – Jackie Partridge
Lip contouring with HA filler – Kieren Bong
Lips in the harmony of the whole face. My techniques for creating natural & sensual lips – Elena Goltsova
Periorbital beautification – a 10 point approach – Raj Acquilla
Two-point eye lift (TM) – Kieren Bong
Tear trough treatment – Christoph Martschin

Discussion

16.00 - 16.05 Adjournment

Per Hedén

16.05 - 16.30 Coffee Break in the Exhibition Area

 

16.30 - 17.30 In-depth workshops – meet the experts

Free of charge, limited seating, advance registration needed
S1: Facelift with high SMAS and neck dissection and simultaneous fat grafting (time: 16.30 – 18.00) – Timothy Marten
S2: Periorbital rejuvenation and beautification – a comprehensive course on how to optimise outcomes – Giovanni Botti
S3: The no drain no pain® Tummy Tuck: Glue, exparel, and TAP block – Steve Teitelbaum
S4: Comprehensive course of different body lifting procedures – Jean-François Pascal
S5: Mastopexy augmentation with implant to achieve good and safe results – when and how? – Patrick Mallucci
S6: How to deal with complications after breast augmentation surgery – Moustapha Hamdi