Program

Thursday 16 May 2019

1:30pm Participants Welcome at the Faculty of Medecine – Nice
1:30 – 3h30pm Dissection
Anatomy Laboratory
Cadaver Workshop
– Dissection by zone (fresh and prepared cadavers)
– Applied anatomy to injection techniques
– Video Retransmission
4:30 – 6:30pm injection Techniques workshop
Pasteur Hospital – Plastic and Aesthetic Surgery Department
Hands on
– New devices

Friday 17 May 2019

8:00 – 8:30am Participants Welcome at the Negresco Hotel
8:30am Congress Presentation
THE Clostridium Botulinum
History of the botulinum toxin
Dr Rémi Foissac
Anatomical bases: Muscular balance
Dr Bérengère Chignon-Sicard
The mechanism of the immune response
and the immunological implications
Pr Michael Martin
The knowledge required for better use of the toxin
Pr Bernard Poulain
Practical use of standardized video, 3D
and augmented reality during consultations
Dr Emmanuel Elard
Products Presentation
Discussion
10:45 – 11 :15am Break and Networking with partners
11:15 – 1:00pm therapeutic BoT
• BT and ENT pathology
Treatment of hyperptyalism by BT
Dr Dominique Batifol
• BT and opthalmology
From the treatment of blepharospasm to ptosis
Dr Eric Sarfati
• BT and dermatology
– Applications of BT in dermatology
Dr Claudette Brunner
– Scars
Dr Richard Abs
• BT and urology
Current possibilities in urology
Dr Frédéric Obadia
• BT and gynaecology
Botulinum toxin and dyspaneuria
Dr Nicolas Berreni
• BT and neurology
Toxin and spasticity
Dr Olivier Rosello
The multiple facets of dystonia, an illness treated with the botulinum toxin
Pr Emmanuel Flamand-Roze
• BT and pain
Pr Éric Viel
Discussion
1:00 – 2:30pm Lunch-cocktail with partners
2:30 – 4:00pm facial Paralysis and toxin
The toxin in facial paralysis
Dr Daniel Labbé
Objective analysis from standardised photographs of pre and post
symmetrisation of carrier patients of FP where the botulinum toxin is used
Pr Pierre Guerreschi
Advantage of surface EMG in the analysis of mimic muscular contraction:
application to co-contractions and with the botulinum toxin
Mr Frédéric Martin
Electromyographical study post toxin: dosage effect on the action duration
Dr Eva Bauersachs
What FP teaches us on the ageing of the face
Dr Daniel Labbé
Discussion
4:00 – 4:30pm Break and networking with partners

4:30 – 6:10pm Aesthetic BoT: the upper face
• Upper third of the face
Dynamic anatomy of the look
Dr Philippe Kestemont
Botulinum toxin and the forehead
Dr Marie-Jeanne Miniconi
Botulinum toxin and the eyebrow: Possibilities and limitations
Dr Charles Volpei
Chemical canthoplasty
Dr Henry Delmar
Delivering meaningful outcomes and quality of life
in botulinum toxin clinical trials
Dr Patricia Ogilvie
• The nose
Botulinum toxin and the nose
Dr Philippe Kestemont
• Emotion
Botulinum toxin and mood: The neuroscientific approach
Dr Véronique Gassia
Botulinum toxin and emotion
Dr Jonathan Fernandez
Discussion
8:30pm Congress Evening

Saturday 18 May 2019

8:30 – 9:00am Participants welcome at the Negresco Hotel
9:00 – 10:30am Aesthetic BoT: the lower third face
• Lower Third
Dynamic anatomy of the smile and the oval
Dr Cécile Winter
Treatment for hypertrophy of masseters with botulinum toxin
Dr Thierry Michaud
Focus around the commissure
Dr Patricia Ogilvie
Botulinum toxin and platysma
Dr Thierry Besins
Rejuvanation and embelishment of the oval
Dr François Niforos
Discussion
10:30 – 11:00am Break and Networking with partners

11:00 – 12:30am The technical finer points
Benefit of the concomitant use of different toxins to the upper third
Dr Philippe Kestemont
Benefit of the concomitant use of different toxins to the lower third
Dr Cécile Winter
Retro tracing injections: Where and why?
Dr Daniel Labbé – Dr Jonathan Fernandez
Technical distictive features: High concentration
Dr Ludovic Lievain
Associated techniques
Botulinum toxin and hyaluronic acid
Pr Martina Kerscher
Botulinum toxin-like effect with hyaluronic acid
Dr Jean-Luc Jauffret
Preparation for surgery
Pr Ali Mojallal
Hypnosis
Dr Constance Flamand-Roze
Discussion
12:30 – 2:15pm Lunch-cocktail with partners
2:15 – 4:00pm General questions
Botulinum toxin and prevention of ageing
Dr Véronique Gassia
Toxin’s use in the long term: Is its effectiveness maintained?
Pr Pierre Krystkowiak
Complications and their treatment
Dr Patrick Trevidic
Resistence to botulinum toxin: When, how, why?
Myth or reality? Comparative between the three toxins
Pr Pierre Krystkowiak
Vaccine by botulinum toxin; Where are we at?
Pr Emmanuel Flamand-Roze
Botulinium toxin: Myths and Realities
Dr Andy Pickett
The new toxins
Dr Benjamin Ascher
The future of the toxin
Dr Sébastien Garson
Discussion
4:00 – 4:30pm Break and networking with the partners
4:30 – 6:00pm Live Consultation & Round table
• Live Consultation
Dr Marie-Jeanne Miniconi, Dr Thierry Besins
• Clinical cases around differed videos
6:00 Conclusion of the Congress

Speakers

Richard Abs, Plastic Surgeon – Marseille
Benjamin Ascher, Plastic Surgeon – Paris
Dominique Batifol, Stomatologist – Montpellier
Eva Bauersachs, Plastic Surgeon – Nice
Nicolas Berreni, Gynaecologist – Perpignan
Thierry Besins, Plastic Surgeon – Nice
Frédéric Braccini, Face and Neck Surgeon – Nice
Claudette Brunner, Dermatologist – Monaco
Bérengère Chignon-Sicard, Plastic Surgeon – Nice
Henry Delmar, Plastic Surgeon – Antibes
Emmanuel Elard, Cosmetic Doctor – Paris
Jonathan Fernandez, Plastic Surgeon – Nice
Constance Flamand-Roze, Neuroscientist – Paris
Emmanuel Flamand-Roze, Neurologist – Paris
Rémi Foissac, Plastic Surgeon – Nice
Sébastien Garson, Plastic Surgeon – Senlis
Véronique Gassia, Dermatologist – Toulouse
Pierre Guerreschi, Plastic Surgeon – Lille
Jean-Luc Jauffret, Plastic Surgeon – Marseille
Martina Kerscher, Dermatologist – Hamburg, Germany
Philippe Kestemont, Plastic Surgeon of the Face – Nice
Pierre Krystkowiak, Neurologist – Amiens
Daniel Labbé, Plastic Surgeon – Caen
Ludovic Lievain, Plastic Surgeon – Rouen
Frédéric Martin, Speech Therapist – Paris
Michael Martin, Immunologist – Giessen, Germany
Thierry Michaud, Dermatologist – Mulhouse
Marie-Jeanne Miniconi, Dermatologist – Nice
Ali Mojallal, Plastic Surgeon – Lyon
François Niforos, Plastic Surgeon – Lyon
Frédéric Obadia, Urologist – Nice
Patricia Ogilvie, Dermatologist – Munich, Germany
Andy Pickett, Researcher – United Kingdom


Bernard Poulain, Research Director – CNRS – Paris
Olivier Rosello, Paediatric Orthopedic surgeon – Nice
Eric Sarfati, Ophthalmologist – Toulon
Patrick Trevidic, Plastic Surgeon – Paris
Éric Viel, Algologist – Nîmes
Charles Volpei, Plastic Surgeon – Nice
Cécile Winter, Face and Neck Surgeon – Nice

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