Cheeks, Lids and Brows: Advanced Esthetic Surgery Techniques
A hands-on cadaver course in facial cosmetic surgery
February 8-9, 2014 | New Orleans, LA
The course will feature a highly-qualified faculty chosen for their expertise and experience in facial cosmetic surgery. This two-day course begins with a day of didactic lectures that are directed toward the surgeon with moderate to accomplished experience in blepharoplastic techniques. To allow the attendee a greater opportunity to transmit knowledge to actual patient application, the second day will feature a cadaver dissection lab where a supervised, hands-on tutorial is offered. This allows practice of some of the concepts and techniques learned during the course.
View the course schedule.Faculty
- Jon D. Perenack, MD, DDS: Course Chair; Assistant Professor and Director of Residency Training, Dept. of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, LSU Health Sciences Center, New Orleans
- James Koehler, MD, DDS: Tulsa Surgical Arts, Tulsa, OK
- Kevin L. Rieck, DDS, MD: Nebraska Oral and Facial Surgery, Lincoln, NE
- Michael J. Will , MD, DDS, FACS: Will Surgical Arts, Urbana, MD
We are pleased to present this learning opportunity in the beautiful and culturally diverse city of New Orleans. The lecture and cadaver lab will beheld in the world-class facilities at the LSU Health Sciences Center. Don’t forget to reserve your room at the official course hotel: the Royal Sonesta New Orleans.
Full Course Registration includes two days of classroom lecture and hands-on cadaver training. The full course is approved for 15.25 credits of CDE.
Lecture-Only Registration includes one day of classroom lecture training on Saturday, February 8 and is approved for 8.75 credits of CDE. Attendees in this category may be allowed to enter the cadaver lab as observers if space permits but will not be issued a cadaver and may not participate in hands-on activities or receive CE credits for that portion of the course. The lecture-only rate is available at a significant discount for OMS Resident Members.
ACOMS is an ADA CERP approved provider. ADA CERP is a service of the American Dental Association to assist dental professionals in identifying quality providers of continuing dental education. ADA CERP does not approve or endorse individual courses or instructors, nor does it imply acceptance of credit hours by boards of dentistry. ACOMS designates this activity for 15.25 continuing education credits.
ACOMS administers Continuing Medical Education credits through a joint sponsonship with the Virginia Commonwealth University Health System. The CME application for this event is pending.
Exhibiting and sponsorship opportunities are available. Please review our prospectus and contact Dave Merli for additional information.