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Jules Stein Eye Institute

David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA

100 Stein Plaza, UCLA

Los Angeles, CA 90095-7000

Aesthetic Facial

Surgery and

Rejuvenation

Course

July 30-31, 2005

Temecula Creek Inn

Temecula, California


Aesthetic Facial Surgery

Course Directors:

Norman Shorr, MD

Robert Alan Goldberg, MD

Henry I. Baylis, MD

Course Faculty:

Cynthia A. Boxrud, MD

Richard W. Bryant, MD

Raymond Douglas, MD, PhD

Michael J. Groth, MD

Jonathan A. Hoenig, MD

Don O. Kikkawa, MD

Jonathan W. Kim, MD

Jerome R. Klein, MD

Tanuj Nakra, MD

Robert M. Schwarcz, MD

Rona Z. Silkiss, MD

Kenneth D. Steinsapir, MD

Angelo Tsirbas, MD

Robert Axelrod, MD

Memorial Lecture

Yoash Enzer, MD

Providence, RI

and Rejuvenation Course

July 30–31, 2005

Temecula Creek Inn

Temecula, California

J u l e s S t e i n E y e I n s t i t u t e


Aesthetic Facial Surgery and Rejuvenation Course

Course Directors:

Norman Shorr, MD

Robert Alan Goldberg, MD

Henry I. Baylis, MD

Course Faculty:

Cynthia A. Boxrud, MD

Richard W. Bryant, MD

Raymond Douglas, MD, PhD

Michael J. Groth, MD

Jonathan A. Hoenig, MD

Don O. Kikkawa, MD

Jonathan W. Kim, MD

Jerome R. Klein, MD

Tanuj Nakra, MD

Robert M. Schwarcz, MD

Rona Z. Silkiss, MD

Kenneth D. Steinsapir, MD

Angelo Tsirbas, MD

Robert Axelrod, M.D. Memorial Lecture

Yoash Enzer, MD, Providence, RI

July 30–31, 2005

Temecula Creek Inn

44501 Rainbow Canyon Road

Temecula, California

www.temeculacreekinn.com

Reservations: (800) 962-7335


This course will take place at

the Temecula Creek Inn in the

heart of Southern California’s wine

country. Amenities at the resort

include a 27 hole championship

golf course, swimming pool, fine

dining, spa, tenniscourts, a fully

equipped fitness center, and scenic

walking trails. Nearby activities

include horseback riding, hot air

ballooning, and wine tasting tours

at the local wineries.

Aesthetic surgical concepts and

techniques continue to evolve.

This course features recognized

experts in orbitofacial surgery

who will give focused, practical

talks featuring the most recent

developments in minimally invasive

aesthetic surgery. The topics

covered will include non-surgical

aesthetic facial rejuvenation, aesthetic

upper eyelid surgery, aesthetic

lower eyelid surgery, forehead

lift, minimally invasive lower

face lift surgery and midface lift

surgery. Practical techniques,

patient selection, and avoidance

of complications will be stressed

in the lectures and in the detailed

syllabus. The course is organized

around two mornings of didactic

lectures, video presentations with

critique, and discussion sessions,

focusing on aesthetic eyelid and

facial rejuvenation. The afternoons

will be left open for personal

rejuvenation; participants

will be able to take advantage of

the excellent facilities of the

Temecula Creek Inn.


A e s t h e t i c F a c i a

Saturday, July 30, 2005

8:00-9:00

Registration and Continental Breakfast

9:00-9:05

Course Introduction

Norman Shorr, MD

9:05-9:30

Analyzing Facial Contours and Understanding Facial Aging

Robert Alan Goldberg, MD

9:30-9:45

Fillers: Past Mistakes, Present Choices,

and Future Possibilities

Jerome R. Klein, MD

9:45-10:00

Experts’ Pearls for Facial Reshaping with Botox

Kenneth D. Steinsapir, MD

10:00-10:15

The Orbito-Facial Perspective on Nonablative

Facial Rejuvenation

Henry I. Baylis, MD

10:15-10:30

Q&A

10:30-11:00

Break and Exhibits

11:00-12:00

Live Injections: Simultaneous Demonstrations

by Senior Course Faculty

Moderator: Raymond Douglas, MD

There will be two injections taking place simultaneously.

The audience will view the injections by video feed, and

audience questions will be relayed to the treating surgeons

in interactive fashion.

Preliminary Surgery Schedule: Periorbital rejuvenation

with Restylane (hyaluronic acid gel) (2 cases) (Robert

Alan Goldberg, MD), Lower face reshaping with fillers,

customized botox facial reshaping, Lunchtime cheek lift

with Restylane (hyaluronic acid gel).

J u l e s S t


S u r g e r a n d R e j u

12:00-12:30

Box Lunch

Injection Workshop: Hands-on Laboratory

under Faculty Supervision

Participants may participate in hands-on practice of injection

technique, under faculty supervision.

12:40-12:50

Management of Injection Complications

Raymond Douglas, MD

12:50-1:00

Q&A

1:00

ACTIVITIES: Golf, Wine Tours, Resort Activities

6:30-8:00

Cocktail Reception with Hors-D'oeuvres

Sunday, July 31, 2005

7:30-9:30

Continental Breakfast

8:00-8:15

An Overview of Periorbital Rejuvenation: Problem-Solving

and Customized Treatment

Robert Alan Goldberg, MD

8:15-8:30

Recognizing and Treating Functional Eyelid Problems in the

Aesthetic Patient Population

Don O. Kikkawa, MD

8:30-8:45

Fellow Video Rounds from the Jules Stein Eye Institute:

My First Blepharoplasty

Richard W. Bryant, MD

Comment on technique and post-operative results

Robert Alan Goldberg, MD

8:45-9:00

The Expert’s Secrets on Creating Happy Blepharoplasty Patients

Rona Z. Silkiss, MD

9:00-9:15

The Four Most Common Mistakes in Blepharoplasty – And How

to Avoid Them

Michael J. Groth, MD

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v e n a t i o n C o u r s e

9:15-9:20

Introduction to the Robert Axelrod, MD Memorial Lecture

Norman Shorr, MD

9:20–9:45

Robert Axelrold, MD Memorial Lecture

Yoash Enzer, MD

9:45-10:05

From the Original Madame Butterfly to Cable Lifts: What I Have

Learned About the Midface in the Past 25 Years

Norman Shorr, MD

10:05:10:25

Q&A

10:25-10:45

Break and Exhibits

10:45-11:00

The Under-Appreciated Lateral Eyebrow Fat Pad: Options for

Sculpture and Repositioning

Jonathan A. Hoenig, MD

11:00-11:20

Fellow Video Rounds from the Jules Stein Eye Institute:

My First Endoscopic Forehead Lift

Tanuj Nakra, MD

Comment on technique and post-operative results

Norman Shorr, MD

11:20-11:35

Practical Techniques for Treatment of Orbitofacial Surgical

Complications

Raymond Douglas, MD

11:35-11:50

The Awake Facelift: Tricks and Techniques for Local

Anesthesia Surgery

Jonathan A. Hoenig, MD

11:50-12:05

Anatomic Subtleties in Periorbital Surgery: The Small Things

That Can Make a Big Difference in Surgical Results

Jonathan W. Kim, MD

12:05-12:30

Q&A

12:30

Adjourn

n s t i t u t e


CME Accreditation and Approval Still Pending

CME Sponsor

The Office of Continuing Medical Education, David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, is

accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to sponsor continuing

medical education for physicians.

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further states that all potential conflicts of interest of the CME staff and faculty be fully disclosed to

the program’s participants. We, at UCLA, fully endorse the letter and spirit of this concept.

In compliance with this policy, the program audience will have disclosed to them any potential

conflict(s) of interest related to the contents of presentations made by all faculty participating in

sponsored or jointly sponsored programs by the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA.

Application for Registration

Aesthetic Facial Surgery and Rejuvenation Course July 30–31, 2005

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■ $490 Registration Fee for Saturday–Sunday, July 30–31, 2005

includes course materials and meals

■ $250 Registration Fee for Saturday, July 30, 2005 ONLY

includes course materials, breakfast and lunch

■ $90 Spouse/Guest Registration Fee

includes meals

■ $____ Golf Tournament ______ (indicate number of golfers) _____

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I understand that there will be a $75.00 service charge for any cancellation and 50% service

charge for cancellation after June 10, 2005.

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Academic Programs

Jules Stein Eye Institute

100 Stein Plaza, Room 3-223

Los Angeles, CA 90095-7000

PHONE: (310) 825-4617

FAX: (310) 206-8015

To reserve rooms at the Temecula Creek Inn with the JSEI group rate of $159.00 per night

please call (800) 962-7335

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