Webinar: Aesthetic breast surgery: Mastering the basics – Tuesday 11 Aug 2020 from 12:00pm to 5:00pm.
This RSM webinar will examine the key aspects of aesthetic (cosmetic) breast surgery in females and males from auto-augmentation mastopexy to breast implant illness. You will learn how to ‘do the basics well’, rather than just another ‘masterclass’.
This webinar will teach you how to master the basics – a skill set that is often overlooked and invaluable.
During this webinar you will:
- Learn about breast augmentation implant based on combination fat transfer and uplift
- Be introduced to breast reduction techniques
- Be introduced to male plastic surgery
- Learn the latest information on cosmetic surgery credentialing
- Be updated on breast implant illness
- Learn about combination treatments such as mummy makeover
Ms Ruth Waters is President Elect of British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons (BAPRAS) and is a Consultant Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon at the University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Trust. She qualified from Southampton University Medical School and trained in plastic surgery in Norwich and the West Midlands. Her main specialist interest is in aesthetic and reconstructive surgery of the breast as well as skin oncology and trauma. Her research interests include vascularised lymph node for the treatment of lymphoedema.
Mr Gary Ross is a Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeon in the North West of England and is a fully accredited plastic surgeon on the General Medical Council’s specialist register for plastic surgery. Mr Ross’s practice is based at BMI The Alexandra Hospital, Cheshire and is an honorary senior clinical lecturer at The University of Manchester. Mr Ross is a member of the British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons (BAPRAS); British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS); American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) and Association of Breast Surgeons (ABS). Mr Ross provides an individualised approach to each of his patients. All patients are fully informed of the pros, cons and risks of surgery and a detailed consenting process is undertaken to ensure patients are fully informed. Mr Ross aims to provide the best outcomes for patients and is actively involved in strategies to improve patient related outcomes measures.
Mr Adrian Richards is a Consultant Plastic Surgeon in London, Buckinghamshire and Northampton
Mr Mo Akhavani is a Consultant Plastic Surgeon at the Royal Free Hospital, Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust.
12:00pm – Welcome and introduction
Mr Naveen Cavale, President, Plastic Surgery Section, Royal Society of Medicine
12:20pm – Gynaecomastia
Mr Mo Akhavani, Consultant Plastic Surgeon, Royal Free Hospital, Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust
12:40pm – Mummy makeover
Mr Gary Ross, Consultant Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeon, BMI The Alexandra Hospital
1:00pm – Breast reduction
Mr Gary Ross
1:20pm – Panel discussion
1:40pm – Break
1:50pm – Auto-augmentation mastopexy
Mr Adrian Richards, Consultant Plastic Surgeon, London, Buckinghamshire and Northampton
2:10pm – Breast implant illness
Ms Ruth Waters, President Elect, British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons and Consultant Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon, University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Trust
2:30pm – Aesthetic surgery credentialing
Ms Ruth Waters
2:50pm – Panel discussion
3:10pm – Break
3:20pm – My first 100 breast augmentations
Mr Mo Akhavani
3:40pm – Starting out in breast augmentation: staying safe and efficient
Mr Naveen Cavale
4:00pm – Closing comments and panel discussion
4:20pm – Close of session
4:20pm – Informal panel discussion: Everything you ever wanted to ask the panel but were too afraid to ask
5:00pm – End of webinar
After the webinar ends at 4:20pm you are welcome to stay online for the informal panel discussion: Everything you ever wanted to ask the panel but were too afraid to ask session.
We would like to thank our sponsors MACOM Medical and Sebbin UK Ltd for their support of this webinar. Please note that the scientific programme and content has not been influenced in any way by the sponsors.