**DUE TO COVID-19 THE MEETING WILL BE POSTPONED UNTIL 2021**
We are honored to invite you to the second American conference on Preservation Rhinoplasty, which represents a fundamental advance in Rhinoplasty Surgery.
This cutting-edge program will be a 2-day intensive Workshop held in Southern California on Friday, November 13 and Saturday, November 14, 2020. The primary focus will be on learning Preservation Rhinoplasty, including the philosophies and techniques, so you as the surgeon can incorporate them into your practice immediately. A video-based format will be used in parallel with cadaver dissection for comprehensive teaching in BOTH the open and closed approaches. In addition, the Faculty, who are experienced with piezoelectric technology will describe the operative sequences as well as the primary advantages of using this technology.
The lectures will be held in the morning, and cadaver demonstrations will be performed by the Faculty in order that participants can understand the techniques, and see the operative sequences performed live in real-time.
This program will be the first of its kind in the United States and includes a world-class faculty. The workshop is limited to 50 surgeons so that participants can interact in an intimate environment that fosters learning and didactics. The subjects covered will include new thinking in nasal aesthetics, analysis and patient selection, piezoelectric surgery, and preservation techniques including preservation of the soft tissue envelope, alar cartilages and dorsum.
THE SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE
Rollin K Daniel, MD
Abdulkadir Goksel, MD
Aaron Kosins, MD
Dino Elyassnia, MD
Analysis and Planning
Preservation Rhinoplasty Techniques
Surgical Tip and Operative Sequence
Avoiding and Treating Complications