New frontiers in fat transfer

Date

Monday 3 September 2018

Day

Venue Royal Society of Medicine
1 Wimpole Street
LONDON
W1G 0AE
Organised by

Plastic Surgery Section

Accreditation

CPD - Applied for

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about this event

Join the RSM to look into the latest innovations in small (nano) to large volume (macro) fat transfer to all areas of the body including eyes, face, breast and buttocks. Covering the latest updates on science, technique and equipment as well as the benefit of stem cell modulation. 

Expert speakers in their respective fields of science, stem cells, nano fat transfer for eyelid rejuvenation, micro for facial aesthetics and macro for breast augmentation, breast reconstruction and buttock enhancement. 

 

Topics include:

  • The latest scientific developments, highlighting the benefit of ‘stem cells’ in lipomodelling
  • Efficient techniques for fat harvest, processing and injection to minimise graft loss for small and large-volume transfer
  • Short and long-term safety issues of large volume fat transfer in particular breasts and buttocks

 

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agenda

New frontiers in fat transfer - 8.30 am - 5.30 pm

8.15 am

Registration, tea and coffee

8.45 am

Introduction and welcome

Mr Ibby Younis, President, Plastic Surgery Section, Royal Society of Medicine

The science and regeneration of fat transfer

8.50 am

How does fat transfer work?

Professor Ash Mosahebi, Consultant Plastic Surgeon, Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust

9.10 am

Neotissue formation for volumetric and regenerative indications

Professor Ramon Llull, Director of Stem Europe

9.30 am

Regenerative surgery simplified: Stem cell isolation and treatment techniques

Mr Tunc Tiryaki, Director of Tiryaki Surgery, London

9.50 am

Stromal Vascular Fraction (SVF) therapies in our daily practice

Professor Katarina Andjelkov, Regenerative Surgeon, Balkans

10.10 am

Fat embolism: A pathophysiological approach, a prevention strategy

Professor Ramon Llull

10.30 am

Panel discussion

10.40 am

Tea and coffee break

The nano and the micro in fat transfer

11.00 am

Nanofat: Details of the method and therapeutic modalities

Dr Alexis Verpaele, Co-Director of the Coupure Centre for Plastic Surgery, Ghent, Belgium

11.20 am

Mechanical adioposed deprived stem cell isolation (ADSI): A new frontier in regenerative surgery

Mr Tunc Tiryaki

11.40 am

Perioral rejuvenation and profiloplasty with microfat

Mr Alex Verpael

12.00 pm

Skeleto-structural far grafting and it's combinations: The knife and the needle

Mr Tunc Tiryaki

12.20 pm

Panel discussion

12.30 pm

Lunch

Fat transfer: Breast augmentation

1.20 pm

Indications and limits in aesthetic breast augmentation

Dr Foued Hamza, London

1.35 pm

Current trends in augmentation surgeries: Implants and fat grafting

Professor Katarina Andjelkov

Fat transfer: Breast asymmetry

1.50 pm

Fat graft based reconstruction of tuberous breast and associated deformities

Professor Ramon Llull

2.05 pm

Breast assymetry: The move away from implants to fat

Mr Ibby Younis

Fat transfer: Breast reconstruction

2.20 pm

Hybrid approach to breast reconstruction: Mechanisms of fat implant interaction

Professor Ramon Llull

2.35 pm

Stem cell enriched fat injections in aesthetic and reconstructive breast surgery: Tips and tricks to ensure success

Mr Tunc Tiryaki

Fat transfer: Buttocks

2.50 pm

The golden rules for the buttocks fat transfer

Dr Foued Hamza, Cosmetic and Plastic Surgery, London

3.10 pm

Panel discussiom

3.30 pm

Tea and coffee break

Fat transfer in other areas of the body

3.50 pm

Calf reconstruction with implants and fat transfer: My approach

Professor Katarina Andjelkov

4.10 pm

The benefit of fat in fibrotic conditions: Radiotherapy, scleroderma and lichen sclerosis

Professor Peter Butler, Professor of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, University College London

4.30 pm

Perineal rejuvenation with fat transfer: Labial and penial, a new trend

Dr Katarina Andjelkov

4.50 pm

Panel discussion

5.10 pm

Case presentations

5.30 pm

Close of meeting

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For information on this event, contact Debbie FennerTel: 02072903856 Email: plastic.surgery@rsm.ac.uk arrow