Courses and Conferences
Finesse in Facial Plastic Surgery
The 9th Regensburg Course | May 6th–8th, 2021
The 2nd European Ski Meeting in Facial Plastic Surgery – Davos
March 18th – 21st , 2021
EAFPS Annual Conference 2018
Past Courses and Conferences
EAFPS Annual Conference 2018
Finesse in Facial Plastic Surgery 2016
Finesse in Facial Plastic Surgery 2014
Finesse in Facial Plastic Surgery 2013
The Regensburg Course in Facial Plastic Surgery 2012
The Regensburg Course in Facial Plastic Surgery 2011
The Regensburg Course in Facial Plastic Surgery 2010
The Regensburg Course in Facial Plastic Surgery 2009
Finesse in Facial Plastic Surgery: Dr. Gassner initiated this course in 2009. This course is regarded as the most complete course in facial plastic surgery in Europe. It was staged 7 times between 2009 and 2016. During the 5 course days, lectures, videos, live surgery, anatomic dissections and workshops are offered. The “Finesse Team” was glad to welcome more than 150 attendees from all continents to the most recent course in 2016.
These media are available through www.facial-plastic-surgery-forum.org
FACIAL REJUVENATION TECHNIQUES
LATERAL CANTHOTOMY AND CANTHOLYSIS: MANAGEMENT OF ORBITAL COMPARTMENT
MANAGEMENT OF FACIAL PARALYSIS: ORTHODROMIC TEMPORALIS TENDON TRANSFER
ENDONASAL RHINOPLASTY TECHNIQUES
NASAL RECONSTRUCTION: IN SITU PRELAMINATION
We offer a 1 year subspecialty fellowship training program. Qualifying candidates have completed their specialty training in ORL, OMFS or GPS. Application for accreditation of the fellowship may be pursued through EAFPS.org or IFFPSS.org, certification through EBCFPRS.org or IBCFPRS.com. Shorter training rotations are offered as well (observership, visitoship).
The Finesse Center Fellowship program is comprised of two segments.
The first segment is under the supervision of Dr. Gassner. Areas of focus include:
Surgical training (Mo – Thu): Aesthetic and functional nasal surgery, reconstructive nasal and facial surgery, rejuvenating and cosmetic facial surgery, reanimation of facial paralysis, otoplasty
Non – surgical training: (Mo – Fr): Pre – operative counseling, post – operative care, computer simulation, botox and fillers
Academic training: Retrospective studies, anatomic studies, clinical studies, review articles, rhetorics, presentations, teaching media.
The second segment of 3 months consists of a rotation in a US training centre. Cooperation partners include:
Kofi Boahene, M.D., Johns Hopkins Medical Center, Baltimore, Maryland
Peter Hilger, M.D., University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Wayne Larrabee, M.D., University of Washington, Seattle, Washington
Jonathan Sykes, M.D., University of California at Davis Medical Center, Sacramento, California
Emrah Emre, Istanbul, Türkei
Haneen Sadick, Mannheim, Deutschland
Payam Maneschi, Düsseldorf, Deutschland
Gustavo Suarez, Barcelona, Spanien
Tevfik Soezen, Istanbul, Türkei
Mihael Rudes, Frankfurt, Germany
Darinka Hanga, Lienz, Austria
Please submit your application for fellowship or shorter rotations with a short CV and brief letter of intent to our secretariat.