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OMSKU V- Cosmetic Surgery


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Upon completion of this activity, the learner should be able to:

  • Diagnose potential lower facial rejuvenation candidates and select the appropriate procedure to attain maximal results.
  • Discuss facial anatomy as it pertains to biplane facelift and avoid potential danger zones.
  • Describe tumescent and surgical technique for safe and effective biplane rhytidectomy.
  • Evaluate potential rhinoplasty candidates and accurately diagnose based on anatomic regions.
  • Describe differences between open and closed rhinoplasty techniques.
  • Establish a surgical plan based on accurate diagnosis and discuss sequencing of open rhinoplasty technique.
  • Describe the history of purse string facelifts.
  • Identify safe anchoring zones for the purse string.
  • Cite the basic steps in a purse string min facelift, as well as describe their execution.
  • Analyze the diagnosis of midface volume loss and contemporary treatment options.
  • Discuss implant availability and configuration and apply this to proper selection for a patients.
  • Describe the regional anatomy and surgical approach for midfacial implant placement.
  • Discuss the indications and contraindications for upper and lower lid blepharoplasties.
  • Describe the upper and lower lid anatomy
  • Explain different blepharoplasty techniques.
  • Identify and treat blepharoplasty surgical complications.
  • Cite the differences in techniques and results between Superficial Plane Facelifts and Deep Plane Facelifts.
  • Identify the complex anatomic planes and specific anatomic structures of the lower two-thirds of the face and of the neck soft tissue.
  • Define the aging process of the lower two-thirds of the face and of the neck soft tissue.
  • Review soft tissue rejuvenation of the facial soft tissue and be introduced to a more complex Extended subSMAS facelift technique which results in a more natural, long-lasting result.

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