ASOPRS 2017 FALL SCIENTIFIC SYMPOSIUM:
LAISSEZ LES BON TEMPS ROULER
LAGNIAPPE FOR LEARNING: SUCCESS IN OCULOFACIAL PLASTIC SURGERY

NOVEMBER 9-10, 2017

NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA
HYATT REGENCY

Download PDF

ASOPRS 2017 FALL 1

EXPERT PANELS – DON’T MISS THESE!

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9
8:48 am: Power House Panel: Our Society Leaders; AAO, ABO and ASOPRS in the Sandbox
Moderator: Gerald J. Harris, MD, FACS
Panel: David W. Parke II, MD, George B. Bartley, MD, and Keith D. Carter, MD, FACS

1:45 pm: Cosmetic Controversies: Diverging Opinions on the Approach to Lower Periorbital Rejuvenation: Are Injectables Better Than Surgery?
Robert A. Goldberg, MD, FACS, Kenneth D. Steinsapir, MD, John B. Holds, MD, and Jill A. Foster, MD

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10
9:45 am: 8 Mile: The Long Journey and Lessons Learned: M and M
MARTIN H. DEVOTO, MD, John J. Martin, Jr., MD, Tamara R. Fountain, MD, Don O. Kikkawa, MD, FACS, and George B. Bartley, MD

2:15 pm: Train Wrecks: Case Presentations by YASOPRS; How to Get Back on Track
YASOPRS Cases: Christopher B. Chambers, Seanna Grob, MD, and Nathan W. Blessing, MD Expert Panel Discussion by Robert C. Kersten, MD, Sean M. Blaydon, MD, FACS, and Evan H. Black, MD, FACS

 

 

WELCOME FROM THE PROGRAM CHAIRS

We welcome you to the 48th Annual American Society of Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (ASOPRS) Fall Scientific Symposium: Laissez Les Bon Temps Rouler — Lagniappe for Learning: Success in Oculofacial Plastic Surgery. We hope you gain meaningful updates in oculofacial plastic surgery, renew old friendships, meet new colleagues from around the world, and enjoy all that the Big Easy has to offer!

The program includes renowned national and international speakers from within and outside the discipline including some inspiring talks from outside of medicine altogether. In addition to high-quality scientific c presentations in orbit, eyelid, lacrimal disease, oncology, and aesthetic surgery, expert panels will discuss complications and innovations. We are also thrilled to have ophthalmology leaders David W. Parke II, AAO Executive Vice President, and CEO, George B. Bartley, ABO CEO, and Keith D. Carter, AAO President-Elect speak on our profession and future.

Breakout sessions are back by popular demand and include “Dacryology,” “Thyroid Disease,” “Lower Face and Neck Aesthetic Surgery,” and “Devices for Rejuvenation.” Our featured speakers are plastic surgeon Timothy Marten, MD, with a reputation as one of the world’s best facial cosmetic surgeons and Gary Faigin, author, artist, and educator of facial expression and emotion. Craig MacFarlane, athlete and professional speaker who overcame bilateral blindness — and who is one of our own patients — will deliver the Annual ASOPRS Foundation Michael J. Hawes Lecture. ASOPRS member Alan Brackup will give the Henry I. Baylis Cosmetic Surgery Award Lecture. Please visit the posters that change each day and cover a wide variety of topics. Also, don’t forget to view the video submissions that will play in the exhibit hall.

We appreciate the sponsors and exhibitors who support this educational meeting. The vendor exhibits are a great opportunity to learn about the latest commercial products and services and to get to know colleagues in the industry. We acknowledge ASOPRS Secretary of Meetings, JD Perry, and the Industry Relations Committee, for the tremendous industry support and participation at the symposium.

We thank our colleagues who helped us create this outstanding program. The abstract review committee appraised several hundred high-quality submissions. Tisha Kehn and Amanda Macrina at the ASOPRS Executive Office were tireless in their work for the meeting and we thank them for their efforts and organizational skills. We are also incredibly grateful to those who submitted their work and our ASOPRS colleagues who will moderate, speak and participate on panels.

ASOPRS is the premier organization with the highest standards in clinical care, education, and innovation in oculofacial plastic surgery. We look forward to seeing you at this year’s symposium. It is a privilege to serve as your program chairs.

 

 

 

 

 

PROGRAM AT A GLANCE

Wednesday, November 8, 2017

3 – 6 pm Registration – Celestin Foyer

Thursday, November 9, 2017

6:45 am – 5 pm Registration – Celestin Foyer

6:45 – 7:45 am ASOPRS Education Committee Meeting – Imperial 5, Level 4

6:45 – 8 am Breakfast with Exhibitors – Storyville Hall

7 – 8 am YASOPRS Eye Openers: Rapid Fire Cases and Presentations – Celestin DE

8 am – 11:58 am General Session

8:05 – 8:48 am Eyelid Session

8:48 – 9:28 am Power House Panel: Our Society Leaders; AAO, ABO, and ASOPRS in the Sandbox, Moderator: Gerald J. Harris, MD, FACS, Panel: David W. Parke II, MD, George B. Bartley, MD, and Keith D. Carter, MD, FACS

9:28 – 10:13 am Featured Speaker: Gary Faigin, Face It: The Seductive Power of The Expressive Face

10:13 – 10:43 am Break with Exhibitors/Poster Stand By & Video Viewing

10:43 – 11:23 am Orbit Session

11:23 – 11:58 am Featured Speaker: Gary Faigin, Drawn into Life: A Demonstration of Drawing Vivid Expressions

11:58 am – 12:58 pm LUNCH AND LEARN: Advances in Aesthetics: A Global Treatment Approach to Optimizing Patient Outcomes

11:58 am – 12:58 pm LUNCH AND LEARN: GAIN Presents Technology Meets Technique Symposium with Live Injections

11:58 am – 12:58 pm MINI LUNCH AND LEARN: Best Practices in Corporate Structure, Tax Reduction, and Benefit Planning for Oculoplastic Surgeons

11:58 am – 12:58 pm YASOPRS Lunch, How to Increase Office Productivity

11:58 am – 12:58 pm General Attendee Lunch

12:58 – 3:45 pm General Session

12:58 – 1:45 pm Aesthetics Session

1:45 – 2:35 pm Cosmetic Controversies: Diverging Opinions on the Approach to Lower Periorbital Rejuvenation: Are Injectables Better Than Surgery?, Robert A. Goldberg, MD, FACS, Kenneth D. Steinsapir, MD, John B. Holds, MD, and Jill A. Foster, MD

2:35 – 3:15 pm Oncology Session

3:15 – 3:45 pm Break with Exhibitors/Poster Stand By & Video Viewing

3:45 – 5:15 pm Breakout Sessions

5:15 pm General Session Adjourns

5:15 – 6:30 pm ASOPRS Reception – Storyville Hall

6:30 – 7:30 pm YASOPRS Reception – 8 Block Restaurant

Friday, November 10, 2017

6:45 am – 5 pm Registration – Celestin Foyer

6:45 – 8 am Breakfast with Exhibitors – Storyville Hall

6:45 – 7:45 am ASOPRS Program Directors Committee Meeting – Imperial 5, Level 4

7 – 8 am YASOPRS Eye Openers: Rapid Fire Cases and Presentations – Celestin DE

8 am – 12 pm General Session

8:05 – 8:44 am ASOPRS Foundation Update and Michael J. Hawes Lecture: Craig MacFarlane, The Strength of Your Inner Vision

8:44 – 9:15 am Eyelid Session

9:15 – 9:45 am Break with Exhibitors/Poster Stand By & Video Viewing – Storyville Hall

9:45 – 10:35 am 8 Mile: The Long Journey and Lessons Learned: M and M, MARTIN H. DEVOTO, MD, John J. Martin, Jr., MD, Tamara R. Fountain, MD, Don O. Kikkawa, MD, FACS, and George B. Bartley, MD

10:35 – 11:20 am Aesthetics Session

11:20 am – 12 pm Featured Speaker: Timothy Marten, MD, FACS, Peri-orbital Fat Grafting – A New Paradigm for Rejuvenation of the Eyelids, The Inter-dependence of the Forehead and the Upper Eyelid in Rejuvenating the Upper Orbit

12 – 1 pm LUNCH AND LEARN: BOTOX® Cosmetic for the treatment of moderate to severe forehead lines, glabellar lines, and lateral canthal: Presentation of a Balanced Treatment Approach

12 – 1 pm LUNCH AND LEARN: Advanced Concepts in Orbital Decompression Surgery

12 – 1 pm MINI LUNCH AND LEARN for Residents and Fellows-in-Training: A Closer Look at the Merz Portfolio of Products: Setting You Up for Success

12 – 1 pm YASOPRS Roundtables: Table 1: Tips on getting involved in international service projection, Table 2: Contract Negotiation, Table 3: Coding Tips, Table 4: How to Build a Cosmetic Practice, Table 5: How to Find the Perfect Job, Table 6: How to succeed in Academic Medicine

12 – 1 pm General Attendee Lunch

1 – 5:10 pm General Session

1 – 1:45 pm Orbit Session

1:45 – 2:15 pm Lacrimal Session

2:15 – 3 pm Train Wrecks: Case Presentations by YASOPRS, How to Get Back on Track: Expert Panel Discussion by Robert Kersten, MD, Sean Blaydon, MD, FACS, Evan Black, MD, FACS

3 – 3:30 pm Break with Exhibitors/Poster Stand By & Video Viewing – Storyville Hall

3:30 – 4:10 pm Henry I. Baylis Cosmetic Surgery Award Lecture: Alan B. Brackup, MD, FACS, The 2-Hour Facelift: A Love Affair Over 20 years and 2000 Cases

4:10 – 4:45 pm Featured Speaker: Timothy Marten, MD, FACS, Rethinking Brow Aesthetics: Does Orbital Volume Influence Eyebrow Appearance?

4:45 – 5:10 pm ASOPRS Thesis Presentations and Awards Session, General Session Adjourns

5:10 – 6 pm ASOPRS Business Meeting and International Associate New Member Inductions (All members are invited and encouraged to attend the Business Meeting)

 

 

FEATURED FACULTY

Gary Faigin
Artist, Author, Critic, Speaker & Educator
Face It: The Seductive Power of The Expressive Face
Drawn into Life: A Demonstration of Drawing Vivid Expressions

Craig MacFarlane
ASOPRS Foundation Michael J. Hawes Lecture: The Strength of Your Inner Vision

Timothy Marten, MD, FACS
Founder and Director, Marten Clinic of Plastic Surgery
Peri-orbital Fat Grafting – A New Paradigm for Rejuvenation of the Eyelids
The Inter-dependence of the Forehead and the Upper Eyelid in Rejuvenating the Upper Orbit

 

 

ASOPRS EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

President
GERALD J. HARRIS, MD, FACS
The Eye Institute
Medical College of Wisconsin
Milwaukee, WI

President-Elect
TAMARA R. FOUNTAIN, MD
Rush University Medical Center
Chicago, IL
Ophthalmology Partners, Ltd.
Deerfield, IL

Vice President
DANIEL P. SCHAEFER, MD, FACS
SUNY at Buffalo, New York
Buffalo, NY

Executive Secretary
JENNIFER A. SIVAK-CALLCOTT, MD
West Virginia University
Eye Institute
Morgantown, WV

Treasurer
JOHN P. FEZZA, MD
Center for Sight
Sarasota, FL

Secretary of Meetings
JULIAN D. PERRY, MD
Cole Eye Institute
Cleveland Clinic Foundation
Cleveland, OH

Secretary of Education
ROBERT G. FANTE, MD, FACS
Fante Eye and Face Centre
Denver, CO

Program Chair
WENDY LEE, MD
Bascom Palmer Eye Institute
Miami, FL

Editor-in-Chief, Ophthalmic Plastic and
Reconstructive Surgery
JONATHAN J. DUTTON, MD, PHD
University of North Carolina
Chapel Hill, NC

Delegate, American Medical Association
JOHN N. HARRINGTON, MD, FACS
Texas Ophthalmic Plastic, Reconstructive
and Orbital Surgery Associates
Dallas, TX

Councilor, American Academy of Ophthalmology
LOUISE A. MAWN, MD
Vanderbilt Eye Institute
Nashville, TN

Advisory Board
Robert A. Goldberg, MD, FACS, Chair
Kathleen F. Archer, MD
Don O. Kikkawa, MD, FACS
Michael E. Migliori, MD, FACS
Jill A. Foster, MD, FACS
Jan W. Kronish, MD, FACS
Jeffrey A. Nerad, MD, FACS
Stuart R. Seiff, MD, FACS
James W. Karesh, MD, FACS
Roger A. Dailey, MD, FACS

 

Artículos Relacionados