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News from recent meetings and a guide to upcoming events.

Conference Calendar

2017 AAD Summer Meeting
July 27-30, 2017
New York Hilton, New York, NY
aad.com

2017 ASDS Annual Meeting
October 5-8, 2017
Hyatt Regency Chicago
asds.net

Plastic Surgery The Meeting
October 6-10, 2017
Orange County Convention Center, Orlando, FL
plasticsurgery.org

2017 AAFPRS Annual Meeting
October 26-28
Sheraton Grand Phoenix, Phoenix, AZ
aafprs.org

Cosmetic Surgery Forum
November 29 – December 2, 2017
The Bellagio, Las Vegas, NV
cosmeticsurgeryforum.com

ODAC Miami
January 12-15, 2018
National Doral, Doral, FL
orlandoderm.org

5th Biennial Caribbean Facial Plastic Surgery Update: A Winter Warm-Up
February 7-11, 2018
The Westin Grand Cayman Seven Mile Beach
Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands
fps-int.com

2018 AAD Annual Meeting
February 16-20, 2018
San Diego, CA
aad.org

AAFPRS Advances in Rhinoplasty Recap

The American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (AAFPRS) Advances in Rhinoplasty Meeting took place in Chicago during early May 2017. More than 600 physicians from around the world attended this meeting, which was chaired by facial plastic surgeons Drs. Peter A. Adamson, Sam P. Most, and Oren Friedman. The program explored the world of rhinoplasty from the latest non-invasive techniques and cultural preferences to what’s next for noses.

“The meeting itself has been in existence for more than 30 years (in one form or another) and has an excellent reputation as the most outstanding all-around meeting on this topic. We were excited to break records for attendance this year,” says Dr. Most, a Professor in the Departments of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery and Surgery (Division of Plastic Surgery, by courtesy) and Chief of the Division of Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery at Stanford University School of Medicine in Stanford, CA. “We invited some of the top rhinoplasty surgeons from all over the world to speak, and this in turn attracted attention from attendees from across the globe.”

Rhinoplasty is one of the most difficult operations in plastic surgery, he says. “Surgeons should try to recreate structure that creates a long-lasting result that not only creates beauty but retains or improves function,” Most says, adding that cultural and ethnic norms for rhinoplasty have changed over the years. “While a tiny, peaked tip with a low bridge (ski slope) was in style during the 60s and 70s, today a much more natural appearance is desired.”

Other meeting topics included ultrasonic rhinoplasty, nasal transplantation and non-surgical rhinoplasty.

Inaugural Advocacy Summit

Brought to you by the ASPS Legislative Advocacy Committee and the PlastyPAC Board of Governors, the Inaugural Advocy Summit—held June 27-29—is an opportunity to educate Congress and help shape policy that impacts your practice and patients. Visit plasticsurgery.org for more information.