“The finest nose maker in the history of medicine” - Dr. Burt Brent, World Renowned Ear Reconstructive Plastic Surgeon

"You are a true artist and a Godsend to these patients!!!” - Edward H. Yob, MD Past President, The American Society of Moh's Surgery"

Two-time winner of the James Barrett Brown prize

American Society of Plastic Surgeons

Visiting Professor for the American Society of Maxillofacial Surgery

Past President of The Rhinoplasty Society

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I am deeply grateful and ever so appreciative of your truly welcome and much needed help! Your surgery results are nothing short of awesome! Thoughtfulness like yours indeed takes a special caring. Again, ‘Thanks a Million’ for everything!!
- P.B.S., Revision Rhinoplasty

I wonder how you create a living thing with your hands. How do you build something out of nothing? The thought of the task baffles me, but to my father, it is mundane.
- Katharine Searcy Menick click here for the rest of her perspective

I wanted to take a minute of your precious time to thank you and to let you know the true meaning of what you have restored in her. Yours is a truly special gift and the confidence in which you handled her case allowed her to focus on healing, not worrying!
- V.B., patient’s daughter Nasal Reconstruction

I feel great every time I look into the mirror. Thank you for that gift.
- C.G., Nasal Reconstruction

Needless to say, I am overjoyed at the acquisition of my new nose - something I never imagined I would need - turned out so splendidly. It is a wonderful gift that you bring the world with your expertise, your care, and your artistry. It replaces despair with hope and, indeed verges on the miraculous. My deepest thanks.
- D.L., Nasal Reconstruction - click here for case details

I think of you every time I look in the mirror and know how blessed I am to have you as my doctor – the genius….. Everyone tells me how beautiful I look and they are amazed at your ability. Thank you for making a nightmare experience quite pleasant and even fun at times…. We have so much to thank you for. You were beyond considerate and we are beyond grateful… I get compliments almost every day on my beautiful nose.
-J.D. Nasal Reconstruction - click here for case details

You are really a miracle worker! My nose is healing rapidly and I feel normal again - a delicious feeling.
- P.F., Nasal Reconstruction - click here for case details

I am so happy for getting the surgery. The surgery has changed the outlook I have about myself and my self-confidence. So thanks again because how can I repay someone who has changed my life.
- T.P., Revision Rhinoplasty after Congenital Nasal Hemangioma

You truly gave me a new lease on life, as the saying goes. My nose is absolutely beautiful; I still get compliments on it!
- D.W., Nasal Reconstruction/Revision

Thank you so much for taking such great care of our son. We couldn’t have made it through all this without your kindness and compassion.
- B. and G. S., Nasal Reconstruction for their child

Words will never be enough to express our gratitude for the work you have done with our daughter. You have made her a whole person again. From the first day we met you, we had unending hope for her. You plainly said you could fix her when everyone else warned us not to expect much.
- Mother of K.B. Facial Reconstruction - click here for case details

I would like to take this opportunity to tell you what a magnificent doctor and artist you are! My two surgeries a few months ago - nose repair and facelift - changed my life. Everyone remarks how beautiful the work is. I feel I have lived on both sides of appearance; that is, going from droopy and haggard to looking vibrant and pleasing.
- J.T., Facelift and Rhinoplasty - click here for case details

There is rarely a day that goes by that I don't Thank God for sending me your way. My nose is beautiful.
- K.D.

Magician performs excision: arm scar disappears!
- 6 word memoir dedicated to Dr. Menick by M.F. - click here for case details

We are back home...The result is fantastic and completely in line with the vision I had in mind. Thank you for understanding and making that vision a reality. The vastly significant improvement to my breathing will certainly enhance my overall health and quality of life as well. I have the best of both worlds in aesthetics and function. I am beyond happy and satisfied. Your staff is attentive, warm and caring.
- A.C., Revision Rhinoplasty

You restored my nose and therefore my face. You gave me back my identity, and allowed me for the first time in 26 years, to feel physically whole again. I could only begin to imagine how rewarding it must be to change and restore peoples' lives, getting back confidence, changing their outlook on life and making them ready to embrace life again as it was. Because of your surgical skills and the changes you made externally, I am feeling stronger internally...
- A.C., Revision Rhinoplasty

Thank you for giving me my identity back. While I could have lived with the scars from the dogbite, my psyche feels better knowing that I present the best face I can- with your help. Thanks for sharing the benefits of your skills with me. I am honored.
- M.T., Facial and Nasal Trauma after previous failed repair

I am thankful every day for what the Doctor was able to do for my daughter.
- D.L., Father of Nasal Trauma patient after previous failed repair

I hope you know deep in your heart how thankful I am for your skills. Let's call it a higher power that we met. I have no clue why things happen. However, I do know that our meeting each other and your willingness to come to my rescue was evident from the start. I just wanted you to know I was treated with great respect and care (kindness) which has continued to this day. I truly am a better man for having known you mentally and physically. From the bottom of my heart, thank you so very much...
- D.G., Facial and Nasal burn

I don't get on your side of town during working hours very often. I think in another month or so I will be over there and would just like to stop in real quick to shake your hand and thank you for my beautiful nose! Everything is going great. It gets better all the time.
- A.C., Nasal Reconstruction

Thank you very much for being brilliant, talented, and fun to be with. It was an amazing journey and the confidence Harper and I have in your skills made it easy to keep the Faith. We will never believe that we have said "Thank You" enough. God richly blessed our package of three, and it is important to include the hundreds of people that joined us in the long process. The kindness and helpfulness of Rachel and Tina your office staff.
- J.D., Nasal Reconstruction

I have been thinking of you and wondering how you are. My son will turn 18 soon and he is doing very well. His surgery all started with you and now he is almost grown! He wears a BAHA, a bone conducting hearing aid. I just want to say thank you for your very tender care of my son. His mom passed away nearly 4 years ago and I know she would join me in extending this thank you! You are a pretty decent ear maker too, and I would be willing to tell Dr. Brent!
- R.S., Father of Ear Reconstruction patient

I wanted to tell you how thankful I am that you worked on me today. I think it looks terrific! Your work must be so rewarding. You are life changing to so many. Thank you!
- K.D., Nasal Reconstruction

I just want to tell you and everyone else at the office, THANK YOU! You helped make my dreams come true with your patience and superb hospitality. I will be sure to tell all my friends how terrific this experience was for me. Thank you again very much!
- D.G., Rhinoplasty

I am deeply grateful and ever so appreciative of your truly welcome and much needed help! Your surgery results are nothing short of awesome! Thoughtfulness like yours indeed takes a special caring. Again, "Thanks a Million" for everything!!
- P.S., Revision Rhinoplasty

I wanted to thank you again for the great work that you did on my nose. My wife and I are very pleased. You are truly gifted. God bless.
- K.V., Nasal Reconstruction

Thank you for making a beautiful nose. I’ve always wanted a “normal” looking nose and without you I wouldn’t have had this life altering opportunity. You amaze me.
- L.S., Congenital Nasal Deformity Reconstruction

My nose is healing very well and it looks great. I must admit that I am really loving my new nose! Thank you very much Dr. Menick.
- C.M., Rhinoplasty

Your work is beautiful and so reminiscent of the Wabi Sabi concept but did you know that this advanced aesthetic concept is also a perspective and philosophy of life? Thanks for changing my life. I feel so vibrant and alive as a result of your work.
- A.C., Revision Rhinoplasty

Some gifts you hold in your hand: Some you hold in your heart. We are so grateful for the blessing of you! My family and I want to extend a sincere thank you for giving me my life back. You are a special man: Your heart heals us and your hands make us beautiful again. Dr. Menick, you create gifts like no other. No words could ever express the thankfulness I feel for you, your office staff and your hospital team...
- C.J., Nasal Reconstruction after Dogbite

Everything is going great and I have significant feeling in the nose. Once in a while certain vibrations (like singing) cause a most intense tickling/itching sensation. It’s kind of weird and exciting all at the same time. It gets better all the time. Thank you so much.
- A.C., Nasal Reconstruction

I am writing just to let you know that I am very happy with my nose now. It really changed my life a lot, now I can take lots of pictures of my face (it doesn’t matter if the light is in my face), it always looks great and I am very confident meeting people, I don’t have to hide anymore. I had some concerns about the high bridge but after 2 months I started being 100% happy. All the rib pain in the end was worth it. Thanks a lot for what you have done for me and I hope you will make many other patients happy.
- R.F., Revision Rhinoplasty

Curriculum Vitae

Name:Frederick J. Menick, M.D.
Address:1102 North El Dorado Place, Tucson, Arizona 85715
Telephone: (520) 881 4525

MAJOR FIELDS OF INTEREST
HONORS AND AWARDS
EDUCATION
PRIVATE PRACTICE EXPERIENCE
ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS
BOARD CERTIFICATION
LICENSURE
MILITARY SERVICE
SERVICE
STAFF APPOINTMENTS
PUBLICATIONS
PEER REVIEWED ARTICLES
WORLD WIDE WEB
JOURNAL MANUSCRIPT REVIEWER
PRESENTATIONS
INSTRUCTIONAL COURSES

MAJOR FIELDS OF INTEREST:

Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.
Clinical areas of special training and interest within Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery include:

A. Nasal and Facial reconstruction – repair after cancerous, surgical or traumatic loss of nose, ear, eyelid, and lip.
B. Primary and Revisional Rhinoplasty.
C. Cosmetic surgery of the Face

HONORS AND AWARDS:

Invited Visiting Professor for the American Society of Plastic Surgery–2012
Invited Visiting Professor for the American Society of Maxillofacial Surgery-2010

2008 Leonard R. Rubin Best Paper Award Winner
“The Marriage of Cover , Lining, and Support: The Three Stage Full Thickness Forehead Flap” presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Plastic Surgeons Boston , Massachusetts May, 2008 and the European Society of Plastic Surgeons (EURAPS) Barcelona, Spain May, 2009

The James Barrett Brown Prize 2003 for “For Advancement of Knowledge in the Field of Plastic Surgery,” presented by the American Association of Plastic Surgeons at their Annual Meeting in Baltimore, Maryland, May 2003, for the paper, “A Ten-Year Experience in Nasal Reconstruction with the 3-stage Forehead Flap,” Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery, 109:1839, 2002. This award is presented to the author of the most significant contribution to the specialty of Plastic Surgery.

The James Barrett Brown Prize 1990 for “For Advancement of Knowledge in the Field of Plastic Surgery,” presented by the American Association of Plastic Surgeons at their Annual Meeting at the Homestead. Hot Springs, Virginia, May 1990, for the paper, “Nasal Support and Lining: The Marriage of Beauty and Blood Supply,” Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery, 84:189, 1989. This award is presented to the author of the most significant contribution to the specialty of Plastic Surgery.

“The Best Doctors in America” (Entire USA), 1999 to present. Based on an exhaustive survey in which more than 35,000 doctors throughout the United States were asked to rate the clinical abilities of other doctors in their areas of specialization.

“The Best Doctors in America: Pacific Region” (1996-1997). Based on an exhaustive survey in which more than 6,000 doctors through the United States were asked to rate the clinical abilities of other doctors in their areas of specialization.

EDUCATION:

Undergraduate:

Fordham College, New York, New York, Major: Biology.

Graduate:

• Yale Medical School, New Haven, Connecticut.
Degree: M.D.

Menick, F.J. “Coronary Collateral Circulation: Functional and Structural Determinants.” Research thesis presented as partial fulfillment of requirements for M.D. Degree, Yale University.

• Preceptor in Pathology (six months), University of California at San Diego, with Drs. A.A. Liebow & Colin Bloor.

Graduate School Research:

Chief Investigator, “Determination of the Anatomic and Functional Relationships of Coronary Collateral Vessels – Retrograde Collateral Blood Flow and Pressure after Coronary Artery Occlusion.” (An equation relating form and function was developed to correlate blood flow through collateral vessels after coronary occlusion.)

Postgraduate Internship:

Stanford Medical Center, Palo Alto, California.

Residency:

• United Hospital, Port Chester, New York.
General Surgery.
• Stanford Medical Center, Palo Alto, California.
General Surgery.
• University of Arizona Health Sciences Center, Tucson, Arizona.
General Surgery.
• University of California – Irvine, Orange, California.
Plastic Surgery.

Fellowships:

• Bruce F. Connell, M.D., Santa Ana, California.
Aesthetic Plastic Surgery of the Face.
• Queen Victoria Hospital, East Grinstead, England.
Reconstructive Plastic Surgery
Senior House Office, Senior Registrar
Mark’s Fellow.
• D. Ralph Millard, M.D., University of Miami, Miami, Florida.
Congenital, Aesthetic and Reconstructive Surgery
Millard Fellow.

PRIVATE PRACTICE EXPERIENCE:

• 1981 – Guam and Micronesia (Western Pacific), the only plastic surgeon in 800,000 square miles of the Western Pacific (congenital and reconstructive surgery, and cosmetic surgery unique to the Oriental population including oriental eyelids, rhinoplasty, and complications of soft tissue silicone injections)

• 1983 to present – Tucson, Arizona.

ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS:

• Clinical Associate Professor, 1991-present, Department of Surgery, College of Medicine, University of Arizona.
• Chief, 1991-1995, Division of Plastic Surgery, College of Medicine, University of Arizona.
• Chief, 1985-1998, Division of Plastic Surgery, Tucson Veterans Administration Hospital.
• Clinical Associate Professor, 1982-1987, University of Arizona Medical Center, College of Medicine, University of Arizona.
• Clinical Lecturer, 1987-1990, University of Arizona School of Medicine.
• Associate Member, Arizona Cancer Center, 1991-1995.

JOURNAL MANUSCRIPT REVIEWER:

Manuscript Reviewer, Annals of Plastic Surgery, 1991 to present
Manuscript Reviewer, Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery, 1995 to present
Manuscript Reviewer, Aesthetic Surgery Journal, 2007 to present
Manuscript Reviewer, The Lancet Oncology, 2008 to present
Associate Editor – The Journal of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, 2009 to present
Manuscript Reviewer, Journal of the European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology 2011
Manuscript Reviewer, Journal of Plastic and Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery (JPRAS) 2012

BOARD CERTIFICATION:

American Board of Plastic Surgery, 1983.

LICENSURE:

• National Board of Medical Examiners.
• New York State Medical License.
• Arizona Board of Medical Examiners.
• California Board of Medical Quality Assurance.
• Arkansas State Board.

MILITARY SERVICE:

• Lieutenant, U.S. Navy: Submarine Medical Officer – Diving Medical Officer (honorable discharge).
• Lieutenant, U.S. Navy: School of Submarine Medicine, New London, Connecticut; School of Deep Sea Diving & Salvage, Washington, D.C.

SERVICE:

Associations:

ASPS/PSF, Visiting Professor 2012-2013
American Society of Maxillofacial Surgeons, Visiting Professor 2009-2010
Rhinoplasty Society, Chairman Board of Trustees 2010-11
American Association of Plastic Surgeons, Trustee to Board 2008-2011
Rhinoplasty Society, Board of Directors 2006-2009
Rhinoplasty Society, President 2006
Rhinoplasty Society, President Elect 2005
Rhinoplasty Society, Vice President 2004
Rhinoplasty Society, Secretary 2003
Rhinoplasty Society, Treasurer 2002
American Association of Plastic Surgeons
American Society of Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery
American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery
Canadian Society of Plastic Surgeons
Millard Society, University of Miami, Department of Plastic Surgery
Tucson Surgical Society, President 1995

STAFF APPOINTMENTS:

St. Joseph’s Hospital, Chief of the Division of Plastic Surgery
Chief, Division of Plastic Surgery
Tucson Veteran’s Medical Center 1985-1998
Chief, Division of Plastic Surgery, Arizona Health Sciences Center
1990-1995
Clinical Associate Professor
University of Arizona, College of Medicine 1990-present
Children’s Clinic for Rehabilitative Services, Staff

Extramural – Overseas Volunteer Service

Guam Balikbayan Medical Mission to the Southern Philippines
(cleft lip and palate, congenital deformities, burns, trauma)
November 1980; July 1982; January 1983

American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Korea Project
Visiting Professor to Presbyterian Medical Center
Chonju, South Korea
February 1986; April 1986; September 1987

Esperanca Foundation
Santarem, Brazil, Central Amazon Valley
Leader, Plastic Surgery Team
March, 1985
September, 1989

Reconstructive Surgery Foundation- Team Leader Plastic Surgery Micronesia (Truk, Ponape)October 1990

Interplast Plastic Surgery Team
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
January 1994

Hanoi Plastic Surgery Center- Visiting Professor and Volunteer Surgery
Hanoi, Vietnam
January, 1996

Reconstruct Team Nairobi US Embassy Bomb Blast
Nairobi, Kenya
March 1999

PUBLICATIONS:

Books

Menick F.J. (Editor),
“Facial Cosmetic Surgery”
Clinics in Plastic Surgery, 19:2
WB Saunders, April 1992

Burget, G., Menick, F.J.,
“Aesthetic Reconstruction of the Nose”
Mosby, 1993

Menick F.J. (Editor),
“Aesthetic Surgery of the Face”
Clinics in Plastic Surgery, 24:2
WB Saunders, April 1997

Menick F.J. (Editor)
“Facial and Nasal Reconstruction”
Operative Techniques
in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, 5:1
WB Saunders, February 1998

Menick, F. “Nasal Reconstruction – The Art and Practice”
Elsevier- Saunders 2008
Available in English and Spanish

Book Chapters

Menick F.J.,
“Esperanca: Integration of Surgical Specialties in the Central Amazon”
A Different Kind of Diplomacy
Fisher, J.C. and Armstrong, A., Editors
San Diego Plastic Surgery Research Foundation, 1987

Menick F.J.,
“Artistry in Facial Surgery: Aesthetic Perceptions and the Subunit Principle”
Artistry
Aesthetic Surgery of the Face
Furnas, D., Editor
Clinics in Plastic Surgery, 14:723, 1987

Burget, G., Menick, F.J.,
“Restoration of the Nose after Skin Cancer”
Plastic Surgery Educational Foundation:
Instruction Courses Volume 1
Reilly, T. Editor
Mosby 1988

Menick, F.J.,Burget, G.
“Aesthetic Restoration of the Face”
Difficult Wounds, Cohen, N, Editor
Problems in General Surgery
Lippincott 1989

Menick, F.J.,
“Nasal Reconstruction: Creating a Visual Illusion”
Advances in Plastic Surgery, Vol. 6, 1989
M. Habal, Editor
Yearbook Medical Publishers, Chicago, IL.

Burget G., Menick F.J.,
“Restoration of Nasal Defects – An Aesthetic Viewpoint”
Plastic Surgery – Principles and Practice
Jurkewicz M., Krizek T. Editors Mosby
1990

Menick F.J.,
“Reconstruction of the Ear After Tumor Excision”
Reconstructive Surgery for
Deformities of the Ear
Furnas, D., Editor Clinics in Plastic Surgery 17:40
May, 1990

Menick, F.J.,
“The Aesthetic Use of the Forehead for Nasal Reconstruction –
The Paramedian Forehead Flaps” Advances in Flap Surgery
G. Tobin Editor Clinics in Plastic Surgery
November 1990

Burget, G., Menick F.J.
“Regional Units in Aesthetic Reconstruction of the Face”
Cirugia Plastica,
Reconstructive y Estetica
Felipe Coiffman Editor
Sabat Editores, Barcelona, Spain, 1994

Menick, F.J.,
“Principles of Head and Neck Reconstruction”
Mastery in Surgery: Plastic and
Reconstructive Surgery
M. Cohen Editor Little Brown Boston, 1994

Menick F.J.,
“Aesthetic Reconstruction of the Nose”
Mastery in Surgery: Plastic and
Reconstructive Surgery
M. Cohen Editor Little Brown Boston, 1994

Menick F.J.,
“Reconstruction of the Nose”
Local Flaps in Head and Neck Reconstruction
Baker, S. Swanson N. Editors
Mosby 1995

Menick F.J.,
“Facial Reconstruction in Aesthetic Units – Reconstructive Philosophy and
Subunit Principles”
Reconstructive Surgery for Cancer Patients
Kroll, S. Editors
Mosby: St. Louis, 1996

Menick F.J.,
“Nasal Reconstruction” in Georgiade Plastic Maxillofacial and Reconstructive Surgery, 3rd Edition
Georgiade, G.S. Editors
Williams & Wilkins, 1996

Menick F.J.,
“Facial Reconstruction in Regional Units”
Perspectives in Plastic Surgery, Volume 8:104
Quality Medical Publishers: St. Louis, 1994
Little Brown Boston, 1998

Menick F.J.,
“Aesthetic Subunits of the Nose and their Reconstructive Applications”
Surgical Reconstruction of the Face, Nose, Midface, and Anterior Skull Base
Maniglia A & Stucker F Editors
Saunders, 1998

Menick F.J.,
“Forehead Reconstruction”
Operative Techniques in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Vol 5, No.1
Jurkiewicz M, Culberson J Editors
WB Saunders, 1998

Menick F.J.,
“The Two-Stage Nasolabial Flap for Subunit Reconstruction of the Ala”
Operative Techniques in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Vol. 5

Hong, R., Menick, F.J.,
“Nasal Reconstruction” in Plastic Surgical Secrets
J. Weinzweig, Editor
Hanley and Belfus: Philadelphia, 1998

Menick F.J.,
“Options in Nasal Lining” in Operative Techniques in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Vol. 5, No.1
Jurkiewicz, M., Culbertson, J. Editors
WB Saunders: 1998

Menick, F.J.,
“The Forehead Flap in Nasal Reconstruction”
Operative Plastic Surgery
Evans, G. & Schusterman. M. Editors
Appleton and Lange, 1999

Menick, F.J.,
“The Nose”
Plastic Surgery: Indications, Operations, and Outcomes
Achauer, B., Eriksson, E., Guyuron, B. Editors
Mosby Yearbook 2000

Menick, F.J.,
“Forehead Flap For Nasal Reconstruction”
Operative Plastic Surgery
Evans, G. Editor
McGraw Hill New York 2000

Menick, F.J.,
“Nasal and Facial Reconstruction”
The Unfavorable Result in Plastic Surgery – Avoidance and Treatment, 3rd edition
Goldwyn, R., Cohen, M. Editors
Little, Brown: Boston, 2001

Menick, F.J.,
“Subunit Reconstruction of the Chin”
Facial Reconstruction after Cancer Surgery
Sultan, M. Editor “Operative Techniques in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery”
WB Saunders

Menick, F.J.,
“The Use of Skin Grafts for Nasal Lining in Head and Neck Reconstruction”
Kroll, S. Editor Clinics in Plastic Surgery, 28:311, 2001
WB Saunders: Philadelphia, PA

Menick, F.J.,
“The Use of Skin Grafts for Nasal Lining”
Head and Neck Reconstruction
Parks, S. Editor
Otolaryng Clinics of North America, 34:791: 2001
Philadelphia, PA

Menick F.J.,
“Nasal Reconstruction – The Paramedian Forehead Flap”
wwwemedicine.com, Nose Section 2001

Menick, F.J
“The Evolution of Inner Lining in Nasal Reconstruction”
Clinics in Plastic Surgery
Hofer, S Editor
Aesthetic Facial Reconstruction
36:421, 2009

Menick, F.J
“Nasal Reconstruction with a Forehead Flap”
Clinics in Plastic Surgery
Hofer, S Editor
Aesthetic Facial Reconstruction
36:443, 2009

Menick, F
Discussion of Chapter “Nasolabial Flaps”
In Reconstructive Surgery: Anatomy, Technique, and Clinical Applications edited by
Drs. Zenn and Jones
Quality Medical Publisher

“Nasal Surgery- Tip Surgery”
wwwemedicine.com, Nose Section 2009

Menick,F.J
“Nasal Reconstruction”
in Decision Making in Plastic Surgery
Marsh,J and Perlyn,C Editors
Quality Medical Publishers
St Louis Missouri 2010

Menick,F.J
Complex Nasal Reconstruction: A Case Study
Facial Plastic Surgery Clinics Of North America
19:197-211,2011 Saunders –Elsevier

Menick, F.J
“The Nasolabial Flap” Expert Commentary
for Chapter on the Head and Neck: Nasolabial Flap by Zenn, MR
Reconstructive Surgery: Anatomy, Technique and Clinical Applications
Quality Medical Publishing
St Louis, Missouri 2012

Menick,F.J.
“Nasal Reconstruction”
Volume 6 Head and Neck
Neligan,P ,Editor
Plastic Surgery 3rd Edition
Elsevier Publisher
2012

PEER REVIEWED ARTICLES:

Menick, F.J., Kim
” Gallstone Ileus.”
Intern. Surg., Vol. 53, Sect. 1, No.5, 1969

Menick F.J., Bloor C, White F,
“Coronary Collateral Circulation: Determinants of Anastomotic Index of Terminal Flow Capacity”
American Heart Journal 82:503, 1971

Menick F.J., Kim
“Massive Resection of the Small Intestine”
Intern. Surg. 58:500, 1973

Menick FJ, Brody GS,
“Shoulder Contour Deformity after Tikhoff-Linberg Procedure: Correction by Silicone
Implant”
Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery 66:760, 1980

Menick F.J., Salibian, A.
“Bipedicle Gastrocnemius Musculocutaneous Flap for Defects of the Distal One-Third
of the Leg”
Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery 79:17, 1982

Menick F.J., Furnas D, Achauer B,
“Correction of the Webbed Neck Deformity: Turner’s Syndrome”
Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery 73:223, 1984

Achauer B, Menick F.J.,
“Salvage of Seeing Eyes after Avulsion of Upper and Lower Lids”
Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery 75:11, 1985

Burget G, Menick F.J.,
“Subunit Principle in Nasal Reconstruction”
Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery 76:239, 1985

Burget G, Menick F.J.,
“Nasal Reconstruction: Seeking a Fourth Dimension”
Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery 78:145, 1986

Burget G, Menick F.J.,
“Aesthetic Reconstruction of One-Half of the Upper Lip”
Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery 78:583, 1986

Menick F.J.,
“The Pulse Oximeter in Free Muscle Flap Surgery”
Journal of Reconstructive Microsurgery, 4:331, 1989

Burget G, Menick F.J.,
“Nasal Support and Lining – The Marriage of Beauty and Blood Supply”
Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery 84:189, 1989

Winner of the James Barrett Brown Prize in Plastic Surgery for the most important paper published that year

Hunter S, Menick F.J.,
“Aesthetic Facial Reconstruction: Blending Human Perception and the Facial Subunit
Theory”
Plastic Surgical Nursing, 4:211, 1995

Menick F.J.,
“Facial Reconstruction with Local and Distant Tissue: The Interface of Aesthetic and Reconstructive Surgery”
Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery 102:1424, 1999

Menick F.J.,
“Anatomic Reconstruction of the Nasal Tip Cartilages in Secondary and Reconstructive Rhinoplasty”
Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery 104:2187, 1999

Menick FJ,
Invited Discussion of “Nasal Reconstruction Based on Aesthetic Subunits on Orientals” Yatsuyanagi, T.
Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery, 106:36, 2000

Menick F.J.,
“Reconstruction of the Cheek”
Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery 108:496, 2001

Menick F.J.,
Invited discussion of “Long-term Outcome of an Autogenous Ribgraft Nasal Reconstruction.”
Gurley J, Pilgram T, Perley C, Marsh J.
Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery, 108:1906, 2001

Menick, F.J.,
Invited discussion of “Triple Flap Techniques for Reconstruction of Large Nasal Defects” Hybarger, C.
Archives in Facial Plastic Surgery 3:22, 2001

Menick, F.J.,
“Reconstruction of the Cheek”
Invited CME, Plastic Reconstructive Surgery, 108:496, 2001

Menick, F.J.,
“Ten-year Experience in Nasal Reconstruction with the Three-Stage Forehead Flap” Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery, 109:1839, 2002

Winner of the James Barrett Brown Prize in Plastic Surgery for the most important paper published that year on any subject in Plastic Surgery

Menick, F.J.
Invited Discussion of “Aesthetic Considerations in Nasal Reconstruction and the Role of Modified Subunits,” Singh D, Bartlett S.
Plastic Reconstructive Surgery, 111:649, 2002

Menick, F.J.
“Nasal Reconstruction-CME”
Plastic Reconst Surgery 125:138e, 2002

Menick, F.J.,
“Forehead Flap Nasal Reconstruction”
Invited CME, Plastic Reconstructive Surgery, 113:2004

Menick, F.J.,
Invited discussion of “Nasal Reconstruction with a Forehead Flap in Children Under 10 Years of Age”, Andrades et al,
Plastic Reconstructive Surgery, 114:326, 2004

Menick, F.J.,
Invited discussion of “Nose Reconstruction by Chondrocutaneous Preauricular free flaps: Anatomic Basis and Clinical Results,” Micklets W., et al.
Plastic Reconstructive Surgery 114:1417; 2004

Menick, F.J.,
Invited Discussion of “Nasal Reconstruction – Beyond Aesthetic Subunits: A 15 Year Review of 1334 Cases”, Rohrich, RJ et al.
Plastic Reconstruction Surgery.114: 1417, 2004

Menick, F.J.,
Invited Discussion of “Island Rotation Flap for Nasal Reconstruction,” Siddiqui, A., Dutmars, D.
Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 116:1610, 2005

Menick, F.J.
“If You’ve The Money, Honey, I’ve Got The Time. If you’ve No More Money, Honey I’ve Got No More Time.”
Editorial
Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
118:549,2006

Menick, F.J.
“The Modified Folded Forehead Flap for Nasal Lining – The Menick Method”
in Reconstructive Surgery in Oncology for Surgical Oncology Seminars
Cordiero, P. Editor
Journal of Surgical Oncology 94: 509-514, 2006
John Wiley & Sons

Menick, F.J.
Invited Discussion of “Optimal use of Microvascular Free Flaps, Cartilage Grafts and a Paramedian Forehead Flap for Aesthetic Reconstruction of The Nose and Adjacent Facial Units,” Burget, G.,Walton, R.
Plastic Reconstructive Surgery
120: 1228, 2007

Menick, F.J.
Invited Discussion of “Aesthetic and Functional outcome following Nasal Reconstruction”
Plastic Reconstructive Surgery
120: 1228, 2007

Menick, F.J.,
“Defects of the Nose, Lip, and Cheek: Rebuilding the Composite Defect”
Plastic Reconstructive Surgery
120: 887, 2007

Menick, F.J.
Invited Discussion of “Refinements in Nasal Reconstruction: The Cross Paramedian
Flap” by Angobaldo, J., Marks, M.
Plastic Reconstructive Surgery
In Press

Menick, F. J.
Letter to the Editor re: “The Reconstruction of Venus: Restoring the Legacy of Plastic
Surgery” by Burt Brent
Plastic Reconstructive Surgery
121:2170, 2008

Menick, F. and Salibian, A. “Microvascular Repair of Heminasal, Subtotal and Total Nasal Defects with a Folded Radial Forearm Flap and a Full Thickness Forehead Flap”
Plast Reconst Surg 127:635, 2011

Menick,F
“An Approach to the Late Revision of a Failed Nasal Reconstruction”
Plastic Reconstructive Surgery in press January 2011

Menick, F
Discussion of: “Simplifying Cheek Reconstruction: A review of 400 cases”
By Rapstine,B. Knaus,W, and Thornton,J
Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
129:1300, 2012

Menick, F
“Aesthetic and Reconstructive Surgery: A Continuum”
Journal of Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery
65:1169, 2012

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PRESENTATIONS:

“Correction of Shoulder Contour Deformity Following the Tikhoff-Linberg
Procedure by Silicone Implant”
California Society of Plastic Surgeons
San Diego, CA
March 1980

“Bipedicle Gastrocnemius Flap for Lower Extremity Defects”
California Society of Plastic Surgeons
Monterey, CA
March 1981

“Unipedicle Gastrocnemius Myocutaneous Flaps for Distal One-Third Defects of Leg”
British Association of Plastic Surgeons
London, England
December 1981

Principles of Reconstruction
Surgical Ground Rounds
Arizona Health Sciences Center
Tucson, AZ
1982-1993

“What’s New in Plastic Surgery”
Tenth Annual Update: Primary Care 1985
University of Arizona Health Sciences Center
Tucson, AZ
March 1985

ASPRS Educational Foundation Lecture to Senior Residents Conference
Richmond, VA
April 1985

“Breast Reconstruction Options after Mastectomy”
First Encounter of the Old Pueblo
Surgical Graduates
University of Arizona Health Sciences Center
Tucson, AZ
April 1985

“Aesthetic Reconstruction of the Missing Nose”
Plastic Surgery Grand Rounds.
University of California-Irvine
Orange, CA
May 1985

“The Subunit Principle in Nasal Reconstruction”
Queen Victoria Hospital Scientific Program
East Grinstead, England
June 1985

“The Plastic Surgeon in a Rural Primary Medical Care Programme on the Amazon”
Queen Victoria Hospital Scientific Program
East Grinstead, England
June 1985

“Breast Reconstruction in Breast Cancer Treatment,”
“What’s New in Plastic Surgery,”
“Wounds and Emergency Management,” “Principles and Pearls of Plastic Surgery”
Eighth Annual Guam Medical Symposium
Agana, Guam
August 1985

“Solo Plastic Surgery Practice”
15th Annual Course, “Establishing Yourself in Private Practice.”
Rockford, IL
November 1985

“Aesthetic Restoration of One-Half of the Upper Lip”
American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery
New Orleans, LA
April 1986

“New Principles in Nasal Reconstruction”
Institute of Plastic, Reconstructive, and Special Surgery, Korea University
Seoul, South Korea
April 1986

“The American Plastic Surgeon in the Third World – A Worthwhile Challenge”
ASPRS Educational Foundation Lectures
Plastic Surgery Senior Residents Conference
Houston, TX
April 1986

“Concepts in Lip Reconstruction”
Plastic Surgery Ground Rounds, University of California-Irvine
Orange, CA
August 1986

“Integration of Surgical Subspecialties in Primary Health Care Program on the Amazon”
Making a Difference: A Workshop for International Health Care Volunteers
Plastic Surgery Research Foundation
San Diego, CA
September 1986

“Recent Advances in Plastic Surgery”
Arizona Pediatric Medical Association, Surgical Seminal
Tucson, AZ
January 1987

“Aesthetic Perception in Facial Surgery”
California Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons, Annual meeting
Tucson, AZ
March 1987

“Nasal Reconstruction: Creating a Subsurface Architecture, The Pivoting Septal Flap”
American Association of Plastic Surgeons
Palm Beach, FL
May 1988

“Making Reconstructive Aesthetic”
Symposium: The Aesthetics of Aesthetic Surgery.
California Society of Plastic Surgeons and Plastic Surgery Educational Foundation
Maui, HI
March 1989

Co-host, Third Symposium on Overseas Volunteer Medical Service, sponsored by
Educational Foundation of ASPRS
Tucson, AZ
March 1990

“Nasal Support and Lining: The Marriage of Beauty and Blood Supply”
The James Barrett Brown Prize Lecture
American Association of Plastic Surgeons
Hot Springs, VA
May 1990

“Difficult Wounds in Plastic Surgery”
Visiting Professor, Pacific Basin
Medical Officers School
Truk Island, Confederated States of Micronesia
October 1990

“Principles of Nasal Reconstruction”
Visiting Professor, University of California, Irvine. Plastic Surgery Ground
Rounds
Irvine, California
March 1991

“Principles of Nasal Reconstruction.” Visiting Professor, Southwestern Medical School,
University of Texas at Dallas, Plastic Surgery Ground Rounds.
Dallas, TX
March 1991

“Staged Sequential Multilaminar Nasal Reconstruction: The Resurrection of Skin
Grafts for Lining”
American Association of Plastic Surgeons
San Antonio, TX
April 1991

“Principles of Facial Reconstruction” and “Lip Reconstruction” in Facial Reconstruction
for Cutaneous Defects
Faculty, ASPRS Scientific Annual Meeting Program Panel
Seattle, WA
September 1991

“Staged Multilaminar Nasal Reconstruction: The Resurrection of Skin Graft for Lining”
California Society of Plastic Surgeons Annual Meeting
Newport Beach, California
March 1992

“Staged Multilaminar Nasal Reconstruction: The Resurrection of Skin Graf for Lining”
ASPRS Scientific Session Annual Meeting
Washington, D.C.
September 1992

“Breast Reconstruction and the Silicone Issue”
Cochise County Medical Society Miniseries
Sierra Vista, AZ
October 1992

“Update on the Silicone Implant Controversy”
University Medical Center, University of Arizona College of Medicine Public Forum on Women’s Health and Breast Reconstruction
Tucson, Arizona
October 1992

“An Aesthetic Approach to Reconstructive Rhinoplasty”
Plastic Surgery Ground Rounds
Visiting Professor, University of Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh, PA
November 1992

“A Modern Approach to Nasal Reconstruction”
Invited speaker, Minnesota Academy of Otolaryngology
Minneapolis, MN
November 1992

“Nasal Reconstruction”
Co-panelist, Educational Foundation and Health Science Network National Teleplast
Satellite Conference
San Diego, CA
December 1992

“Surgical Psychiatry – The Surgery of Appearance”
University of Arizona Health Sciences Center, Psychiatric Grand Rounds
Tucson, AZ 1993

“Aesthetic Nasal Reconstruction.”
Invited speaker, Orange County Society of Plastic Surgeons
Orange, CA
March 1993

“A New Approach to Nasal Reconstruction”
Invited speaker, University of Southern California, Division of Plastic Surgery
Los Angeles, CA
April 1993

“Breast Reconstruction and the Silicone Issue”
Nevada State Medical Association Annual Meeting
Tucson, AZ
April 1993

“The American Plastic Surgeon and Overseas Volunteer Service in the Third Word – A Worthwhile Challenge”
ASPRS Educational Foundation Lecture, Plastic Surgery Senior Residents Conference
San Diego, CA
May 1993

“The Deep Plane Facelift”
Invited Faculty, 7th Madigan Army Medical Center Head & Neck Seminar
Advances in Facial Reconstructive Surgery: A Multidisciplinary Approach
Tacoma, WA
August 1993

“Personal Approach to Facial Rejuvenation”
Invited Faculty, 7th Madigan Army Medical Center Head and Neck Seminar
Advances in Facial Reconstructive Surgery – A Multidisciplinary Approach
Tacoma, WA
August 1993

“Addressing the Forehead and Brow”
Invited Faculty, 7th Madigan Army Medical Center Head and Neck Seminar
Advances in Facial Reconstructive Surgery – A Multidisciplinary Approach
Tacoma, WA
August 1993

“Lip Reconstruction”
ASPRS/EF Panel, Function in Head and Neck: What Works Best
Faculty, ASPRS Scientific Annual Meeting Program Panel
New Orleans, LA
September 1993

“Principles of Facial Reconstruction”
Visiting Professor, Ho Chi Minh City Cancer Center Hospital No. 1.
Ho Chi Minh City, Saigon, Vietnam
January 1994

“Nasal Reconstruction – Cover, Lining, and Support”
Visiting Professor, Ho Chi Minh City Cancer Center Hospital No. 1.
Ho Chi Minh City, Saigon, Vietnam
January 1994

“Facial Analysis: The Psychology of Perception, and Subunit Principles”
Visiting Professor, Ho Chi Minh City Government Training Center
Ho Chi Minh City, Saigon, Vietnam
January 1994

“Concepts of Facial Aesthetic Units”
Faculty, Facial Skin Malignancies.
Educational Foundation of the American Academy
of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
Aspen, CO
March 1994

“Reconstruction of the Nose”
Faculty, Facial Skin Malignancies
Educational Foundation of the American Academy of Facial Plastic
and Reconstructive Surgery
Aspen, CO
March 1994

“Reconstruction of the Cheek”
Faculty, Facial Skin Malignancies
Educational Foundation of the American Academy of Facial Plastic
and Reconstructive Surgery
Aspen, CO
March 1994

Panel, “Reconstruction of Facial Defects”
Faculty, Facial Skin Malignancies
Educational Foundation of the American Academy of Facial Plastic
and Reconstructive Surgery
Aspen, CO
March 1994

“Reconstruction of Facial Defects – Selected Cases from Course Participants”
Panel, Facial Skin Malignancies
Educational Foundation of the American Academy of Facial Plastic
and Reconstructive Surgery
Aspen, CO
March 1994

“Facial Reconstruction: False Principles and Subunit Principles”
Visiting Professor, Division of Plastic Surgery, Mt. Sinai Medical Center
New York, NY
April 1994

“Concepts in Facial Reconstruction”
Visiting Professor, Division of Plastic Surgery, Yale University School of Medicine
New Haven, CT
April 1994

“Advances in Nasal Reconstruction,”
“Cutaneous Reconstruction After Malignancy and
Trauma”
Faculty, ASPRS/ASMS Annual Scientific Meeting Program Panel
San Diego, CA
September 1994

“New Concepts in Nose Reconstruction”
Invited Professor, Techniques of Facial Reconstruction panel
X Congreso Iberolatino Americano De Cirugia Plastica
Santiago, Chile
November 1994

“Small Defects of the Nose”
Invited Professor, Techniques of Facial Reconstruction panel
X Congreso Iberolatino Americano De Cirugia Plastica
Santiago, Chile
November 1994

“Personal Approach to Nasal Skin Replacement”
Visiting Professor, Plastic Surgery Grand Rounds, University of California Irvine
Orange, CA
January 1995

“Examining the Alternative Cancer Patient: Nontraditional Medicine and our Patients”
Surgery Grand Rounds, University of Arizona College of Medicine
Tucson, AZ
January 1995

“Principles of Regional Unit Facial Reconstruction”
Guest speaker
Combined meeting of the John Straige Davis Society of Plastic Surgeons
and the National Capital Society of Plastic Surgeons
Annapolis, MD
September 1995

“Creating an Aesthetic Nose”
Invited Speaker, Annual Meeting of the American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgical Nurses
Montreal, Canada
October 1995

“Concepts of Facial Reconstruction”
Invited speaker, Association of Vietnamese Physicians and Pharmacists, Hanoi Chapter
Hanoi, Vietnam
January 1996

“Traditional vs. Subunit Principles of Aesthetic Facial Surgery”
Visiting Surgeon, Hanoi Plastic Surgery Center
Hanoi Vietnam
January 1996

“Aesthetic Reconstruction of the Nose”
Third Annual Innovations in Aesthetic Surgery
Cleveland Clinic Foundation.
Fort Lauderdale, FL
March 1996

“Panel Discussion: Rhinoplasty Challenges”
Third Annual Innovations in Aesthetic Surgery, Cleveland Clinic Foundation
Fort Lauderdale, FL
March 1996

“Aesthetic Reconstruction of Nasal and Lip Defects After Mohs’ Surgery”
Perspectives and Advances in Plastic Surgery
Plastic Surgery Educational Foundation Symposium
Snowbird, UT
February 1997

“Principles of Facial Reconstruction: Multidisciplinary Concepts in Aesthetic Restoration of Facial Defects”
Plastic Surgery Educational Foundation and American Society of Maxillofacial Surgery
Tucson, AZ
April 1997

“Fundamentals of Nasal Reconstruction: Multidisciplinary Concepts in Aesthetic Restoration of Facial Defects”
Plastic Surgery Educational Foundation and American Society of Maxillofacial Surgery
Tucson, AZ
April 1997

“Visualizing and Planning a Facial Restoration”
Visiting Lecturer, Plastic Surgery Ground Rounds
University of California, Irvine
Irvine, CA
July 1997

“Restoring the Face: Visual Analysis and Planning”
Visiting Professor, Emory University, Department of Plastic Surgery
Atlanta, GA
July 1997

“Aesthetic Reconstruction of the Face: Nasal and Facial Reconstruction.”
Perspectives and Advances in Plastic Surgery
Plastic Surgery Educational Foundation and Massachusetts General Hospital
Vail, CO
March 1998

“Secondary Rhinoplasty”
Hawaii Plastic Surgery Society
Honolulu, Hawaii
July 1998

“Aesthetic Restoration of Facial Defects”
Beth Israel Medical Center of Plastic Surgery Ground Rounds
New York, NY
October 1998

“Facial Reconstruction: Visualization, Planning, and Fabrication”
ASPRS/EF Faculty, Aesthetic Reconstruction of the Face
ASPRS Scientific Annual Meeting Program Panel
Boston, Massachusetts
October 1998

“Revision Rhinoplasty”
Invited Faculty, 1998 Kaiser Plastic Surgery Symposium
Los Angeles, CA
October 1998

“Reconstruction of the Face in Units”
Invited Faculty, 1998 Kaiser Plastic Surgery Symposium
Los Angeles, CA
October 1998

“Nasal Reconstruction – Concepts and Techniques”
Invited Faculty, 1998 Kaiser Plastic Surgery Symposium
Los Angeles, CA
October 1998

“Evolving Concepts in Tissue Transfer”
Guest Speaker, Kenyatta National Hospital and Medical School
Nairobi, Kenya
March 1999

“Maximizing Results in Facial and Nasal Reconstruction”
Faculty, Perspectives and Advances in Plastic Surgery
PSEF and Massachusetts General Hospital
Vail, CO
March 1999

“The SMAS Facelift in Facial Rejuvenation”
Faculty, Perspectives and Advances in Plastic Surgery
PSEF and Massachusetts General Hospital
Vail, CO
March 1999

“Rhinoplasty and Nasal Reconstruction”
Panel Member, Perspectives and Advances in Plastic Surgery
PSEF and Massachusetts General Hospital
Vail, CO
March 1999

“Facial Rejuvenation”
Panel Member, Perspectives and Advances in Plastic Surgery
Plastic Surgery Educational Foundation and Massachusetts General Hospital
Vail, CO
March 1999

“Aesthetic Facial Reconstruction – Making It Work”
Multidisciplinary Concepts in Aesthetic Restoration of Facial Defects
Plastic Surgery Educational Foundation and American Society of Maxillofacial Surgery Symposium
Tucson, AZ
April 1999

“A Nasal Lining Overview”
Multidisciplinary Concepts in Aesthetic Restoration of Facial Defects
Plastic Surgery Educational Foundation and American Society of Maxillofacial Surgery
Symposium
Tucson, AZ
April 1999

“Forehead and Nasolabial Flaps”
Multidisciplinary Concepts in Aesthetic Restoration of Facial Defects
Plastic Surgery Educational Foundation and American Society of Maxillofacial Surgery Symposium
Tucson, AZ
April 1999

“Free Flaps in Aesthetic Facial Reconstruction”
Multidisciplinary Concepts in Aesthetic Restoration of Facial Defects
Plastic Surgery Educational Foundation and American Society of Maxillofacial Surgery Symposium
Tucson, Arizona
April 1999

“The Application of Aesthetic Units and Subunit Principles”
Aesthetic Units and Subunits on Reconstructive Surgery of Face Tumors: A Theoretical-Practical Course
Magistral Lecture, Congress, Instituto Dermopatico dell’Immacolata
Rome, Italy
June 1999

“Nasal Lining Options in Reconstructive Rhinoplasty”
Aesthetic Units and Subunits on Reconstructive Surgery of Face Tumors: A Theoretical-Practical Course
Congress, Instituto Dermopatico dell’Immacolata
Rome, Italy
June 1999

“Nasal Resurfacing: Choices for Local and Regional Flaps”
Aesthetic Units and Subunits on Reconstructive Surgery of Face Tumors: A Theoretical-Practical Course
Congress, Instituto Dermopatico dell’Immacolata.
Rome, Italy
June 1999

“Free Flaps in Facial Reconstruction”
Aesthetic Units and Subunits on Reconstructive Surgery of Face Tumors: A Theoretical-Practical Course
Congress, Instituto Dermopatico dell’Immacolata
Rome, Italy
June 1999

“Rhinoplasty”
Third Annual Surgical First Assistant National Meeting
Tucson, AZ
October 1999

“Application of Subunit Principles to Reconstruction of the Forehead and Chin”
ASPRS/EF Panel, Facial Flaps
ASPRS/AMFS Scientific Annual Meeting Program Panel
New Orleans, LA
October 1999

“Anatomic Reconstruction of the Alar Cartilages in Secondary and Reconstructive Rhinoplasty”
ASPRS/EF Panel:
Aesthetic Nasal Reconstruction, ASPRS/AMFS Scientific Annual
Meeting, Program Panel
New Orleans, LA
October 1999

“The Missing Alar Cartilage: Anatomic Reconstruction of the Tip Cartilage in Secondary Rhinoplasty”
Perspectives and Advances in Plastic Surgery
PSEF and Massachusetts General Hospital
Vail, CO
March 2000

“Difficult Cases in Nasal Reconstruction”
Perspectives and Advances in Plastic Surgery
PSEF and Massachusetts General Hospital
Vail, CO
March 2000

“Reconstruction and Secondary Rhinoplasty: The Analysis and Approach”
Guest Speaker, New England Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Annual Meeting
Laconia, NH
June 2000

“Nasal Reconstruction and Rhinoplasty”
CORE Curriculum Course in Plastic Surgery
Plastic Surgery Educational Foundation.
Chicago, IL
July 2000

“Mohs’ Reconstruction in the Head and Neck”
Panel Moderator, ASPS/EF Annual Meeting
Los Angeles, CA
October 2000

“Anatomic Reconstruction of the Alar Cartilage in Secondary and Reconstructive Surgery”
Invited International.Faculty, 37th National Congress of the Brazilian Society of Plastic Surgery
Porte Alegre, Brazil
November 2000

“The Aesthetic Use of Free Flaps in Facial Reconstruction”
Invited International. Faculty, 37th National Congress of the Brazilian Society of Plastic Surgery
Porte Alegre, Brazil
November 2000

“Principles of Facial Reconstruction: Making It Work”
Invited International.Faculty, 37th National Congress of the Brazilian Society of Plastic Surgery
Porto Alegre, Brazil
November 2000

“Aesthetic Restoration of the Face”
Instructor, PSEF Instructional Course, ASPRS Annual Meeting
Orlando, FL
November 2000

“The Principles of Facial Reconstruction – Making It Work”
Aesthetic Restoration of Facial Defects From Infancy to Adulthood, PSEF Symposium
La Jolla, CA
February 2001

“The Interface of Cosmetic and Reconstructive Surgery”
Aesthetic Restoration of Facial Defects From Infancy to Adulthood, PSEF Symposium. La Jolla, CA
February 2001

“Redo’s: The Treatment of Complications and Salvage”
Aesthetic Restoration of Facial Defects From Infancy to Adulthood
PSEF Symposium
La Jolla, CA
February 2001

“Challenging Cases and New Techniques in Facial Reconstruction”
Perspectives and Advances in Plastic Surgery
PSEF and Massachusetts General Hospital
Vail, Colorado
March 2001

“The Three-Stage Forehead Flap: The ‘Missing Link’ in the Restoration of Nasal Cover, Lining, and Support”
Annual Meeting of the American Association of Plastic Surgeons
Charleston, SC
May 2001

“Nasal Reconstruction and Rhinoplasty”
CORE Curriculum Course in Plastic Surgery
Plastic Surgery Educational Foundation
Chicago, IL
July 2001

“Facial Rejuvenation: Small Things That Make a Big Difference”
Featured Speaker
American Society of Dermatologic Surgery
American College of Mohs’ Micrographic Surgery and Cutaneous Oncology
Dallas, TX
October 2001

“Plastic Surgeon’s Approach to Facial Rejuvenation”
Featured Speaker
American Society of Dermatologic Surgery
American College of Mohs’ Micrographic Surgery and Cutaneous Oncology
Dallas, TX
October 2001

“Facial Reconstruction – Making It Work”
Featured Speaker
American Society of Dermatologic Surgery/American College of Mohs’ Micrographic Surgery and Cutaneous Oncology
Dallas, TX
October 2001

“Joint Session: Flap Revisions,”
Featured Speaker
American Society of Dermatologic Surgery/American College of Mohs’ Micrographic Surgery and Cutaneous Oncology
Dallas, TX
October 2001

“Functional and Aesthetic Nasal Tip Reconstruction Following Cancer Defects”
PSEF Functional Nasal Surgery Symposium
Orlando, FL
November 2001

“Functional and Aesthetic Nasal Reconstruction”
Moderator, Panel Discussion, PSEF Functional Nasal Surgery Symposium
Orlando, FL
November 2001

“Plastic Surgery: Art and Science.”
Invited Speaker
Surgical Grand Rounds, Surgery Department
Arizona Health Sciences Center, University of Arizona
December 2001

“Principles of Aesthetic Facial Reconstruction”
PSEF Symposium: Aesthetic Facial Reconstruction in Adults and Children
Nashville, TN
February 2002

“Destroying the Myth of the Bad Forehead Scar”
PSEF Symposium: Aesthetic Facial Reconstruction in Adults and Children
Nashville, TN
February 2002

“The Folded Forehead Flap for Lining”
PSEF Symposium: Aesthetic Facial Reconstruction in Adults and Children
Nashville, TN
February 2002

“Nasal Reconstruction in the Cocaine Nose and Secondary Rhinoplasty Patient”
PSEF Symposium: Aesthetic Facial Reconstruction in Adults and Children
Nashville, TN
February 2002

“The Treatment of Complications and Salvage Cases in Facial Reconstruction”
PSEF Symposium: Aesthetic Facial Reconstruction in Adults and Children
Nashville, TN
February 2002

“Nasal Reconstruction – Philosophy and Choices”
Invited instructional course speaker, Perspectives in Plastic Surgery Symposium
Vail, CO
March 2002

“A Personal Approach to Facial Reconstruction”
Seminar Presentation, Perspectives and Advances in Plastic Surgery
PSEF and Massachusetts General Hospital
Vail, CO
March 2002

“New Ideas in Nasal Reconstruction”
Keynote Speaker
Kaiser Permanente Southern California Head and Neck Symposium
Palm Desert, CA
April 2002

“Current Thoughts in Nasal Reconstruction”
Keynote Address, Rhinoplasty Society Annual Meeting
Las Vegas, NV
April 2002

“Nasal Reconstruction – New Advances”
Invited Lecturer
Southeastern Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons
Hilton Head, SC
June 2002

“Facial Rejuvenation Techniques and the Reconstructive Surgeon”
ASOPRS Foundation Speaker
American Society of Oculoplastic and Reconstructive Surgery
Orlando, FL
October 2002

“Rhinoplasty – Current Thoughts”
ASOPRS Foundation Speaker
American Society of Oculoplastic and Reconstructive Surgery
Orlando, FL
October 2002

“Little Things that Make a Big Difference”
ASOPRS Foundation Speaker
American Society of Oculoplastic and Reconstructive Surgery
Orlando, FL
October 2002

“Nasal Reconstruction: State of the Art Cover, Lining, and Support”
29th Annual Symposium on Aesthetic Plastic Surgery
Jalisco Institute of Reconstructive Surgery
Guadalajara, Mexico
November 2002

“The Interface of Cosmetic Reconstructive Rhinoplasty”
29th Annual Symposium on Aesthetic Plastic Surgery
Jalisco Institute of Reconstructive Surgery
Guadalajara, Mexico
November 2002

“Insights and Implications in Nasal Reconstruction Using a Full-Thickness Forehead Flap”
Plastic Surgery Grand Rounds, Loma Linda University School of Medicine
Loma Linda, CA
December 2002

“Restoring the Damaged Face: Vision, Planning and Fabrication”
American Cancer Society Visiting Fellow, Plastic Surgery Grand Rounds
Loma Linda University School of Medicine
Loma Linda, CA
December 2002

“Nasal Reconstruction in Children”
3rd Annual D. Ralph Millard Lectureship
38th Annual Pediatric Postgraduate Course, Miami Children’s Hospital
Miami, FL
January 2003

“Instilling Aesthetic Judgment in Facial Reconstruction”
Aesthetic Facial Reconstruction in Children and Adults, PSEF Symposium
Phoenix, AZ
February 2003

“Nasal Repair, The 3-Stage Forehead Flap and the Intermediate Operations: Uses and Advantages of Cover, Lining and Support”
Aesthetic Facial Reconstruction in Children and Adults, PSEF Symposium
Phoenix, AZ
February 2003

“How to Protect the Donor Site”
Aesthetic Facial Reconstruction in Children and Adults, PSEF Symposium
Phoenix, AZ
February 2003

“Difficult Case” Panel
Aesthetic Facial Reconstruction in Children and Adults, PSEF Symposium
Phoenix, AZ
February 2003

“Ten-Year Experience in Nasal Reconstruction with the 3-Stage Forehead Flap”
James Barrett Brown Prize Lecture
American Association of Plastic Surgeons Annual Meeting
Baltimore, MD
May 2003

“Current Thoughts on Nasal Reconstruction”
Nasal Reconstruction Symposium, Hospital Sainte-Justine, Universite de Montreal, Montreal, Canada
May 2003

“The Myths and Facts of the Forehead Donor”
Nasale Reconstruction Symposium, Hopital Sainte-Justine, Universite de Montreal Montreal, Canada
May 2003

“The Two and Three Stage Forehead Flap” – video
Nasal Reconstruction Symposium, Hopital Sainte-Justine, Universite de Montreal, Montreal, Canada
May 2003

“Advances in Nasal Reconstruction – Cover, Lining and Support in Stages”
Invited Professor, Symposium for Northeastern Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery of Mexico
Monterey, Mexico
August 2003

“The Forehead as a Donor Site”
Invited Professor, Symposium for Northeastern Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery of Mexico
Monterey, Mexico
August 2003

“Principles of Facial and Nasal Reconstruction– Vision, Planning and Fabrication”
Invited Professor, Symposium for Northeastern Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery of Mexico
Monterey, Mexico
August 2003

“Nasal Reconstruction with Forehead Flaps – Practice and Pitfalls”
Aesthetic and Reconstructive and Rhinoplasty panel
ASPS/PSFF/ASMS annual meeting
San Diego, CA
October 2003

“Nasal Cover: Small Superficial Defects – Single and Bilobed Flaps, Dorsonasal
Flaps, 1 Stage Nasolabial Flaps”
PSEF Symposiums Aesthetic Facial Reconstruction in Adults and Children Salt Institute
San Diego, CA
February 2004

“Current Concepts in Nasal Reconstruction”
Invited Professor, Mexican Society of Plastic Surgeons Annual Meeting
Monterrey, Mexico
February 2004

“The Myth of the Forehead Scar: Only If You Could Use The Forehead Flap In Nasal Reconstruction”
Invited Professor, Mexican Society of Plastic Surgeons Annual Meeting
Monterrey, Mexico February 2004

“Large Deep Defects: 2 Stage Nasolabial Flaps and 2-3 Stage Forehead
Flaps”
PSEF Symposiums Aesthetic Facial Reconstruction and Adults and Children
The Salk Institute
San Diego, CA
February 2004

“Prefabricated and Hingeover Lining Flap”
PSEF Symposiums Aesthetic Facial Reconstruction in Adults and Children, Salt Institute
San Diego, CA
February 2004

“Skin Grafts and Folded Forehead Flaps for Lining”
PSEF Symposiums Aesthetic Facial Reconstruction in Adults and Children, Salt Institute
San Diego, CA
February 2004

“Nasal Support – Principles”
PSEF Symposiums Aesthetic Facial Reconstruction in Adults and Children, Salt Institute
San Diego, CA
February 2004

“Nasal Revision: Perfecting the Imperfect Result”
PSEF Symposiums Aesthetic Facial Reconstruction in Adults and Children, Salt Institute
San Diego, CA
February 2004

“Nasal Redos – Starting All Over”
PSEF Symposiums Aesthetic Facial Reconstruction in Adults and Children, Salt Institute San Diego, CA
February 2004

“The Cocaine Nose”
PSEF Symposiums Aesthetic Facial Reconstruction in Adults andChildren, Salt Institute
San Diego, CA
February 2004

“Aesthetic Challenges and New Solutions in Nasal Reconstruction”
XIV International Course on Plastic and Aesthetic Surgery, Planas Clinic
Barcelona, Spain
June 2004

“Anatomic Reconstruction of the Tip Cartilages in Secondary Rhinoplasty”
XIV International Course on Plastic and Aesthetic Surgery, Planas Clinic
Barcelona, Spain
June 2004

“Aesthetic Facial Reconstruction – Making it Work (Principles & Techniques)”
XIV International Course on Plastic and Aesthetic Surgery
Planas Clinic
Barcelona, Spain
June 2004

“Overcoming Your Fear of the Forehead Donor – The Myth of a Forehead Scar”
XIV International Course on Plastic and Aesthetic Surgeryy
Planas Clinic
Barcelona, Spain
June 2004

“Creative Solutions for Post Mohs Facial Reconstruction”
Invited Lecturer, ASPS Annual Meeting
Philadelphia, PA
October, 2004

“Dorsal Aesthetics, Repairing the Central Platform in Difficult Nose and Secondary Rhinoplasty: Challenges and Solutions Symposium”
ASPS Annual Meeting
Philadelphia, PA
October 2004

“Theory and Practice of Nasal Reconstruction”
New York Regional Society of Plastic Surgeons. New York Academy of Medicine
New York, NY
December 2004

“Practical and Technical Tips in use of Forehead Flap and How to Avoid Errors”
Mt. Sinai Department of Plastic Surgery
New York, NY
December 2004

“Challenges and New Solutions in Nasal Reconstruction”
Invited Professor
Mexican Society of Otolaryngology Rhinoplasty Function; Aesthetics and Reconstruction
Mexico City, Mexico
February 2005

“Anatomical Repair of Tip Cartilage”
Invited Professor
Mexican Society of Otolaryngology Rhinoplasty Function; Aesthetics and Reconstruction
Mexico City, Mexico
February 2005

“Total Nasal Reconstruction”
Invited Professor
Mexican Society of Otolaryngology Rhinoplasty Function; Aesthetics and Reconstruction
Mexico City, Mexico
February 2005

“Principles of Aesthetic Facial Reconstruction”
11th Annual Esser course on “Aesthetics in Facial Reconstruction: New Perspectives”
Erasmus University Rotterdam, Holland
May 2005

“Lining in Nasal Reconstruction”
11th Annual Esser course on “Aesthetics in Facial Reconstruction: New Perspectives”
Erasmus University Rotterdam, Holland
May 2005

“Nasal Reconstruction with the Forehead Flap”
11th Annual Esser course on “Aesthetics in Facial Reconstruction: New Perspectives”
Erasmus University Rotterdam, Holland
May 2005

“Nasal Reconstruction in Secondary Rhinoplasty Patients ”
11th Annual Esser course on “Aesthetics in Facial Reconstruction: New Perspectives”
Erasmus University Rotterdam, Holland
May 2005

“Subtotal Nasal Reconstruction in Functional, Aesthetic and Reconstructive Surgery
of the Nose”
American Society of Maxillofacial Society Sympsoium
Chicago, IL
September 2005

“A Reconstructive Rhinoplasty Practice- Safe, Effective, Aesthetic”
Invited Professor, Houston Society of Plastic Surgeons
Houston, TX
October 2005

“What I Have Learned – The Meaning of Life”
Invited Speaker, Baylor University Plastic Surgery Grand Rounds
Houston, TX
October 2005

“Love is the Most Important Thing and Other Principles of Nose Repair”
Invited Professor
Division of Plastic Surgery Stanford Medical Center
Palo Alto, CA
February 2006

“Composite Defects- Case Principles When The Nose, Lip and Cheek are Gone”
Aesthetic Facial Reconstruction in Adults and Children Symposium PSEF
Tucson, AZ
February 2006

“How to Transpose a Forehead Flap”
Aesthetic Facial Reconstruction in Adults and Children Symposium PSEF
Tucson, AZ
February 2006

“The Replacement of Nasal Lining”
Aesthetic Facial Reconstruction in Adults and Children Symposium PSEF
Tucson, AZ
February 2006

“Nasal Support”
Aesthetic Facial Reconstruction in Adults and Children Symposium PSEF
Tucson, AZ
February 2006

“Creative Solutions for Repair of Moh’s Defects”
Invited Lecture, American College of Moh’s Micrographic Surgery and Cutaneous Sugery Annual Meeting
Phoenix, AZ
April 2006

“Controlling Dimension Outline Symetry Position and Contour with Operative Templates”
Rhinoplasty Society Annual Meeting
Orlando, FL
May 2006

“An Interesting, Challenging, and Educational Case”
Panel Speaker, Rhinoplasty Society Annual Meeting
Orlando, Fl
May 2006

“Current Challenges and Solutions in Facial and Nasal Reconstruction”
Invited Professor, Mexican Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Annual Meeting
Tijuana, Mexico
May 2006

Dalhousie University
Invited Professor
All day Program on Facial and Nasal Reconstruction
Saint Johns, New Brunswick Canada
May 2006

“Nasal Reconstruction”
Invited Lecturer, Mexican Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
May 2006

“Reconstructing the Nose- Principles and Practice”
Visiting Professor, Plastic Surgery Ground Rounds Division of Plastic Surgery
Northwestern University
November, 2006

“Traditional Nasal Reconstruction”
AO North America Challenges and Advance in The Management of Craniofacial Surgery
The Association for the Study of Internal Fixation (AO-ASIF)
State of the Art Reconstruction- Microsurgery
Baltimore, Maryland
March, 2007

“A History of the Rhinoplasty Society: A League of Extraordinary Gentlemen”
Presidential Address
Rhinoplasty Society Annual Meeting
New York, New York
April, 2007

“Reflections on The Use of Alloplast in Nasal Reconstruction”
Rhinoplasty Society Annual Meeting
New York, New York
April, 2007

“Reconstruction of Alar Defects”
Rhinoplasty Symposium: Improving The Results of Primary and Secondary Rhinoplasty
American Society of Aesthetic Surgery
New York, New York
April, 2007

“Reconstruction Medium Sized Defects”
Rhinoplasty Symposium: Improving The Results of Primary and Secondary Rhinoplasty
American Society of Aesthetic Surgery
New York, New York
April, 2007

“Flesh, Blood, and Nasal Form”
A.W. Farmer Lecturer, 61st Annual Meeting of the Canadian Society of Plastic Surgery
Banff, Canada
May, 2007

“Remaking the Face”
Invited Presidental Speaker, 61st Annual Meeting of the Canadian Society of Plastic Surgery
Banff, Canada
May, 2007

“Nasal Repair: Its History and Modern Practice”
Aesthetic Lecture Series, Department of Plastic Surgery
University of California San Francisco
July 2007

“Facial Reconstruction: Making It Work”
Visiting Professor, Department of Plastic Surgery
University of California San Francisco
July 2007

“The Forehead Flap in Facial Reconstruction”
Invited Panel Discussion: Ablation and Reconstructive Techniques for Skin Cancers
American College of Surgeons Annual Meeting
New Orleans, Louisiana
October 2007

“Secondary Septorhinoplasty”
Invited Lecturer, XXXIV Annual International Symposium on Aesthetic Plastic Surgery
Guadalajara, Mexico
November, 2007

“Nasal Reconstruction for Cover”
Invited Lecturer, XXXIV Annual International Symposium on Aesthetic Plastic Surgery
Guadalajara, Mexico
November, 2007

“Management of Serious Complications of Aesthetic Rhinoplasty”
Invited Lecturer, XXXIV Annual International Symposium on Aesthetic Plastic Surgery
Guadalajara, Mexico
November, 2007

“The History and Development of Modern Facial Reconstruction”
The First International Meeting on Facial Reconstruction Surgery
Instituto Dermopatico Dell Immaculata
Rome, Italy
December 2007

“Basic Principles of Nasal Reconstruction-Cover, Lining, and Support”
The First International Meeting on Facial Reconstruction Surgery
Instituto Dermopatico Dell Immaculata
Rome, Italy
December 2007

“Advanced Nasal Reconstruction-Complex Repair, Revision, Redos”
The First International Meeting on Facial Reconstruction Surgery
Instituto Dermopatico Dell Immaculata
Rome, Italy

“Analysia and Planning in Facial and Nasal Repair”
Aesthetic Reconstruction of the Face in Children and Adults
ASPS Symposium
Tucson, AZ
February 2008

“Evolving Methods of Nasal Reconstruction”
Aesthetic Reconstruction of the Face in Children and Adults
ASPS Symposium
Tucson, AZ
February 2008

“The Salvage of Major Complication and the Surgical Revisions in Nasal Reconstruction.”
Aesthetic Reconstruction of the Face in Children and Adults
ASPS Symposium
Tucson, AZ
February 2008

“A Reconstructive Surgeon’s Approach to Repair of the Nasal Dorsum”
Invited Panel Member
Rhinoplasty Society Annual Meeting
San Diego, CA
April 2008

“The Marriage of Cover, Support and Lining: The Three Stage Full Thickness Forehead Flap”
87th Annual Meeting
Association of Plastic Surgeons
Boston, Mass
April, 2008
Winner of the Leonard R. Rubin- American Association of Plastic Surgeons
Best Paper Award

“The Revolution in Nasal Reconstruction-The 3 Stage Full-Thickness Forehead Flap and Free Flap Lining-My Solution to Almost Everything”
A.D. Courtemanche Visiting Professor
29th Annual Plastic Surgery Residents Day Symposia-
University of British Columbia
Vancouver Canada
April 2008

“How to Salvage Major Complications and Use Revision to Create a Great Result.”
A.D. Courtemanche Visiting Professor
29th Annual Plastic Surgery Residents Day Symposia-
University of British Columbia
Vancouver Canada
April 2008

“What Every Resident Needs to Learn from Ralph Millard, Steve Martin, and Me
-Principles of Reconstructive Success”
A.D. Courtemanche Visiting Professor
29th Annual Plastic Surgery Residents Day Symposia-University of British Columbia
-University of British Columbia
Vancouver Canada
April 2008

“From ‘O” Filling to Sculpting Millard’s ‘WHOLE’- Principles of Aesthetic Facial Repair and the Integration of Cover, Support, and Lining into the Normal”
Department of Plastic Surgery Millard Lectureship Series
Department of Plastic Surgery
Georgetown University
Washington, D.C.
May, 2008

“A Reconstructive Surgeon’s Perspective on Secondary Cosmetic Rhinoplasty “
National Capital Society of Plastic Surgeons
Invited Lecture
Washington, D.C.
May, 2008

“An Approach to Complex and Difficult Nasal Reconstruction”
Invited Speaker
American Society for Moh’s Surgery Annual Meeting
Williamsburg, VA
May 2008

All Day Symposium – Workshop with Dr Frederick Menick
Nasal Reconstruction- Reconstructive and Esthetic
The College of Reconstructive and Esthetic Surgeons
State of Quanajuato, Mexico
August 2008 Leon, Mexico
With Presentations on:
“ Principle of Nasal and Facial Reconstruction”
“ How to Choose 2nd Intention, Skin Grafts, Local Flaps, Regional
and Distant Tissues”
“ The Traditional 2 Stage and the Modern 3 Stage Forehead
Flap”
“ The Modified 3 Stage Method for Folded Lining,
Skin Graft Lining and the Use of Microvascular Lining”
“ A Reconstructive Surgeon’s Approach to Cosmetic Rhinoplasty”
“ The Forehead Flap- Step by Step”
“ Making a Good Result Better- The Technique of Nasal Revision
after Reconstruction”
“ A Video-The 3 Stage Folded Flap for Repair of a Full
Thickness Alar Defect with Loss of the Adjacent Nasal
Floor”
“Nasal Reconstruction”
Craniofacial Session Lecture
The 14th Annual San Antonio Trauma Symposium
H.M.Jackson Foundation for the Advancement of Military Medicine
Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences
San Antonio, Texas
August, 2008

“Local Flaps in Head and Neck Reconstruction”
Panel Member
American Society of Plastic Surgery Annual Meeting
Chicago, Illinois
October, 2008

“Facial Analysis and Planning in Facial and Nasal Reconstruction- Avoiding
Misdiagnosis, Misdirection, and Disaster”
Aesthetic Facial Reconstruction in Adults and Children
ASPS Symposium
San Diego, California
February, 2009

“The Forehead Flap”
Aesthetic Facial Reconstruction in Adults and Children
ASPS Symposium
San Diego, California
February, 2009

“A Visual and Intellectual Approach to Facial Analysis and Repair”
Aesthetic Facial Reconstruction in Adults and Children Symposium PSEF
San Diego, California
February, 2009

“Forehead Flaps- Tucson vs Dallas”
Flap Panel
Aesthetic Facial Reconstruction in Adults and Children Symposium PSEF
San Diego, California
February, 2009

“Traditional Nasal Reconstruction”
AO North America Challenges and Advance in The Management of Craniofacial Surgery
The Association for the Study of Internal Fixation (AO-ASIF)
State of the Art Reconstruction- Microsurgery
Baltimore, Maryland
March, 2009

“Sherlock Holmes and a Band of Curious Cases”
Rhinoplasty Society Annual Meeting
Las Vegas, Nevada
May, 2009

“An Expert’s Approach to Aesthetic Nasal Reconstruction”
American Society of Maxillofacial Surgery Visiting Professor
Maxillofacial Surgery Visiting Professor-Ohio Valley Society of Plastic Surgeons
Indianapolis, Indiana
May, 2009

“A Reconstructive Surgeon’s Approach to Cosmetic Rhinoplasty”
American Society of Maxillofacial Surgery Visiting Professor-Ohio Valley Society of
Plastic Surgeons
Indianapolis, Indiana
May, 2009

“The Marriage of Cover, Support, and Lining: The 3 Stage Full-Thickness Forehead Flap”
Award Presentation of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons
for the European Society of Plastic Surgeons
Barcelona, Spain
May, 2009

“Nasal Reconstruction — a Personal Approach”
American Society of Maxillofacial Surgery Visiting Professor
Washington University, St. Louis
St. Louis, Missouri
August, 2009

“An Expert’s Approach to Aesthetic Nasal Reconstruction”
American Society of Maxillofacial Surgery Visiting Professor
Albany Medical Center
Albany, New York
September, 2009

“Nasal Reconstruction — a Personal Approach”
American Society of Maxillofacial Surgery Visiting Professor
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
September, 2009

“Facial And Nasal Reconstruction Principles”
American Society of Maxillofacial Surgery Visiting Professor
University of Washington
Seattle, Washington
October, 2009

“Outcomes in Nasal Reconstruction”
Symposium On Outcomes
American Society of Maxillofacial Surgery
Seattle, Washington October, 2009

“Creating Normal Dimension, Volume, Position, Projection, Quality, Outline, and
Contour in the Nasal Reconstruction”
American Society of Maxillofacial Surgery Visiting Professor
University of Illinois at Chicago
Chicago, Illinois
October, 2009

“Creating Normal Dimension, Volume, Position, Projection, Quality, Outline, and
Contour in the Nasal Reconstruction”
American Society of Maxillofacial Surgery Visiting Professor
Loyola University
Chicago, Illinois
October, 2009

“New Concepts in Nasal Reconstruction — The 3 Stage Full-Thickness Forehead Flap
with an Intermediate Operation”
Isreal Society of Plastic Surgeons
Tel Aviv, Israel
November, 2009

“Principles and Planning for Facial and Nasal Reconstruction”
Visiting Professor
Sheba Medical Center
Tel Aviv, Israel
November, 2009

“Nasal Reconstruction” Visiting Speaker
Society of Physicians of the Vienna
Billrothhaus Vienna, Austria November, 2009

“Principles and Planning of Nasal Reconstruction”
“A Personal Approach to Nasal Reconstruction with Full-Thickness Forehead Flap in 3 Stages” “Nasal Lining”
“Revising the Failed Repair”
“The Treatment and Salvage of Complications”
14th Annual Esser Course – “Aesthetic Facial Reconstruction”
Erasmus University
November, 2009
Rotterdam, Holland

“An Evolution In Nasal Reconstruction ”
The 1ST Furnas Lectureship In Plastic Surgery at the University of California, Irvine
American Society of Maxillofacial Surgery Visiting Professor
University of California Irvine
Orange, California
March, 2010

“Approaching A Nasal and Facial Reconstruction : Myths, Errors , Principles And
Planning”
“The Subunit Nasal Labial Flap”
“A Conceptual History of Nasal Reconstruction and the Paramedian Forehead Flap —
Design and Supply”
“Creating a Template”
“The 3 Stage Forehead Flap — Indications and Technique”
“Nasal Lining — Indications and Options”
“Complications and Salvage of Nasal Reconstruction”
“Revising the Imperfect or the Failed Nasal Reconstruction”
ASPS Symposium — Aesthetic Facial Reconstruction in Adults and Children
Tucson, Arizona
March, 2010

“Nasal Reconstruction Course”
“A Personal Approach to Rhinoplasty”
“The Repair of Cutaneous Defects — large and small”
10th International Symposium of Facial Plastic Surgery
American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
Hollywood, Florida
April, 2010

“An Approach to Nasal Reconstruction”
10th International Symposium of Facial Plastic Surgery
American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
Hollywood, Florida
April, 2010

“My Evolution in Nasal Reconstruction — A Conceptual Analysis”
American Society of Maxillofacial Surgery Visiting Professor
University Of Miami Plastic Surgery
Miami, Florida
May, 2010

“A Personal Approach to Nasal and Facial Reconstruction — the Full-Thickness 3 Stage
Forehead Flap”
American Society of Maxillofacial Surgery Visiting Professor
Mount Sinai Medical Center
New York, New York
May, 2010

“Subtotal and Total Nasal Reconstruction with a Single Horizontally Oriented Folded
Radial Artery Skin Paddle for Lining, Subunit Support Grafts, and a 3 Stage Paramedian
Forehead Flap For Cover”
European Association of Plastic Surgeons
Manchester, England
May, 2010

“Microvascular Repair of Heminasal, Subtotal and Total Nasal Defects with a Folded
Radial Forearm Flap and a Full Thickness Forehead Flap”
European Society of Plastic Surgeons (EURAPS)
Barcelona, Spain
May, 2010

“Repair of the Nose and Midface”
ASPS/ASMS Symposium
The Golden Triangle of the Face: Aesthetic and Reconstructive Surgery of the Eyes,
Nose, and Midface
Toronto, Canada
October, 2010

“Facial Soft Tissue Defects- What to do now?
Panel Member, American Society of Plastic Surgeons Annual Meeting Toronto, Canada October, 2010

“Facial and Nasal Principles of Repair”
“Reconstruction of Small and Superficial Defects of the Nose”
“Management of Large Defects of the Nose”
“Complications in the Management of Major Disasters”
“Revision, Refinement and Improvement of Results of Nasal Reconstruction”
Invited International Speaker
15th Advanced Aesthetic Surgery Workshop 2011
Melbourne, Australia
February 2011

“Nasal Defects – How to Evaluate and Determine the Options for Management”
“The Paramedian Forehead Flap”
“Nasal Reconstruction — Lining”
Panel Moderator — Nasal and Orbit Section
Free Flap Reconstruction of the Head and Neck Defects: A Multidisciplinary Approach
White Plains, New York
March, 2011

“Nasal Reconstruction — Art and Practice”
Invited Keynote Address
Panel Member — “How Would You Reconstruct It?
Panel Member — “The Undesirable Result”
2010 American College of Mohs Surgery Annual Meeting
Las Vegas, Nevada
April, 2011

“Nasal Reconstruction”
Invited Speaker
French Society of Maxillofacial Surgeons and Catalan Spanish Society of Plastic Surgery Annual Meeting
Barcelona, Spain
May, 2011

“The 3 Stage Nasal Reconstruction”
“Salvage Of the Failed Nasal Reconstruction”
Panel Moderator — Nasal Reconstruction
State of the Art: Advanced Comprehensive Facial Reconstruction
AO of North America — Craniomaxillofacial Course
Baltimore, Maryland
May, 2011

“Nasal Reconstruction — Art and Practice”
Keynote Speaker
46th Annual American Academy of Facial Plastic Surgery
Denver, Colorado
September, 2011

“Nasal Reconstruction — Art and Practice”
“How to establish a Successful Facial Reconstruction Practice” —
Panel member, 46th Annual Fall Meeting American Academy Of Facial Plastic Surgery
San Francisco, California
September, 2011

“Revision and Redo of the Failed Nasal Reconstruction”
Solutions to Complex Craniofacial Problems – Aesthetic and Reconstructive Surgery
American Society of Maxillofacial Surgery Symposium
Denver, Colorado
September, 2011

“Repairing Soft Tissues Defects of the Face and Scalp”
American Society of Plastic Surgeons Annual Meeting
Denver, Colorado
September, 2011

“Principles and Planning of Facial and Nasal Reconstruction”
“Reconstruction of the Cocaine Nose”
“The Salvage of Complications during Nasal Reconstruction”
“The Repair of Large Deep Nasal Defects”
“Revising or Redoing a Complex Facial and Nasal Reconstruction”
“A Reconstructive Surgeon’s Approach to Revision Rhinoplasty”
Invited International Speaker
Annual Meeting of the Costa Rican-Nicaraqua Society of Plastic Surgery
San Jose, Costa Rica
November, 2011

“A Personal Approach to Facial and Nasal Reconstruction — Planning, Principles and Techniques”
The Welsh Center for Burns and Plastic Surgery
Swansee, Wales
November, 2011

“Restoring A Normal Nose by The Transfer and Modification Of Ideal Materials”
St. Thomas’ Hospital
Guy’s and St. Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust
London, England
November, 2011

“Nasal and Facial Reconstruction”
American Society of Plastic Surgery Visiting Professorship
University of San Diego
San Diego, California
January 2012

“The State of the Art in Nasal Reconstruction”
Invited International Speaker
Medical School of the Casablanca University
Casablanca, Morocco
February, 2012

“Modern Nasal Reconstruction”
Invited professor
Department of Plastic Surgery, University of Casablanca
Casablanca, Morocco
February 2012

“Principles and Planning in Facial and Nasal Defects”Instructional Course
“Reconstruction of the Nose with Forehead Flaps”
“Reconstruction of the Nose with Microvascular Flaps
‘Salvage of Complications and Revision of the Imperfect Result”
“An Approach to the Cocaine Nose”
“Can’t Won’t Don’t Reconstruct the Nose”
Invited International Speaker
Argentine Society of Plastic Surgery Annual Meeting
Buenos Aires, Argentina
April, 2012

“Reconstruction of Nasal Defects” Instructional Course
“Contemporary Nasal Reconstruction” On the Shoulders of Giants Lecture
“Revisional Rhinoplasty from the Reconstructive Surgeon’s Perspective”
“Repair of Large, Deep Nasal Defects” Instructional Course
“The Treatment of Complications and Salvage of Nasal Reconstruction”Instructional Course
Invited International Speaker
International Federation of Facial Plastic Surgery Societies IFFPSS
VII International Congress
Rome, Italy
May, 2012

“Modern Nasal Reconstruction” Instructional Course
“How to Revise an Failed Nasal Reconstruction”
Invited Speaker
Southeastern Society of Plastic Surgeons Annual Meeting
Amelia Island, South Carolina
June, 2012

“Case Studies in Facial and Nasal Reconstruction ”
American Society of Plastic Surgery Visiting Professorship
University of Washington
July, 2012

“Case Studies in Nasal and Facial Reconstruction”
American Society of Plastic Surgery Visiting Professorship
University of Oregon
Portland Oregon
August 2012

“Achieving Ideal Results in Nasal Reconstruction”
Oregon Society Of Plastic Surgeons
Portland, Oregon
August 2012

“Case Studies in Nasal and Facial Reconstruction”
American Society of Plastic Surgery Visiting Professorship
University of Wisconsin
September 2012

“Mastery in Nasal Reconstruction”
American Society of Plastic Surgery Visiting Professorship
Harvard University
Boston, Massachusetts
October, 2012

“Reconstruction of the Midface from the Plastic Surgery Perspective–
Composite defects of the lip, nose, cheek
Panel Moderator–Midface Reconstruction and Rejuvenation
Panel Moderator–Challenging Cases in Midface Reconstruction and Rejuvenation
Course instructor cadaver prosection and dissection
Comprehensive Facial Reconstruction–An Interdisciplinary Approach to Restoring the Face
The University Of Pennsylvania School of Medicine
Invited Professor
November, 2012

Lectures In Facial and Nasal Reconstruction
Iranian Facial Plastic Surgery Society Annual Meeting
Invited Visiting Professor
Tehran, Iran
December, 2012

Symposium Chair

Symposium Chairman “4th Symposium on Volunteering Overseas – The New World
Order” sponsored by Plastic Surgery Educational Foundation
San Diego, CA
September 29-30, 1994

Symposium Chairman “Multidisciplinary Concepts in Aesthetic Restoration of Facial
Defects”
Sponsored by the Plastic Surgery Education Foundation and American Society of Maxillofacial Surgery
Tucson, AZ
April 1997

Symposium Chairman “Multidisciplinary Concepts in Aesthetic Restoration of Facial
Defects”
Sponsored by the Plastic Surgery Education Foundation and American Society of Maxillofacial Surgery
Tucson, AZ
April 1999

Symposium Co-Chairman, “Perspectives and Advances in Plastic Surgery”
Plastic Surgery Educational Foundation and Massachusetts General Hospital
Vail, CO
March 2000

Symposium Co-Chairman, “Perspectives and Advances in Plastic Surgery”
Sponsored by Plastic Surgery Educational Foundation and Massachusetts General Hospital
Vail, CO
March 2000

Symposium Chairman, “Aesthetic Restoration of Facial Defects: From Infancy to Adulthood”
Plastic Surgery Educational Foundation and American Society of Maxillofacial Surgery
La Jolla, CA
February 2001

Symposium Chairman, “Perspectives and Advances in Plastic Surgery”
Plastic Surgery Educational Foundation and American Society of Maxillofacial Surgery
Vail, CO
March 2001

Symposium Chairman, “Aesthetic Reconstruction of the Face”
Plastic Surgery Educational Foundation and American Society of Maxillofacial Surgery
Nashville, TN
February 13-17, 2002

Symposium Chairman, “Aesthetic Reconstruction of the Face in Adults and Children”
Plastic Surgery Educational Foundation and American Society of Maxillofacial Surgery
Phoenix, AZ
February 20-22, 2003

Symposium Chairman, “Aesthetic Reconstruction of the Face in Adults and Children”
Plastic Surgery Educational Foundation and American Society of Maxillofacial Surgery
La Jolla, CA
February 2004

Symposium Co-Chairman
Rhinoplasty Annual Meeting
Vancouver, Canada
May 2004

Symposium Chairman
Rhinoplasty Annual Meeting
New Orleans, LA
April 2005

Symposium Chairman, “Aesthetic Reconstruction of the Face in Adults and Children”
Plastic Surgery Educational Foundation and American Society of Maxillofacial Surgery
Tucson, AZ
February 2005

Symposium Chairman, “Aesthetic Reconstruction of the Face in Adults and Children”
Plastic Surgery Educational Foundation and American Society of Maxillofacial Surgery
Tucson, AZ
February 2006

Symposium Chairman, “Aesthetic Reconstruction of the Face in Adults and Children”
Plastic Surgery Educational Foundation and American Society of Maxillofacial Surgery
Tucson, AZ
February 2007

Symposium Chairman, “Aesthetic Reconstruction of the Face in Adults and Children”
Plastic Surgery Educational Foundation and American Society of Maxillofacial Surgery
Tucson, AZ
February 2008

Symposium Chairman, “Aesthetic Reconstruction of the Face in Adults and Children”
Plastic Surgery Educational Foundation and American Society of Maxillofacial Surgery
San Diego, California
February 2009

“A Visual and Intellectual Approach to Facial Analysis and Repair”
Aesthetic Facial Reconstruction in Adults and Children Symposium PSEF
San Diego, California
February 2009

“Forehead Flaps- Tucson vs Dallas”
Flap Panel
Aesthetic Facial Reconstruction in Adults and Children Symposium PSEF
San Diego, California
February 2009

“Traditional Nasal Reconstruction”
AO North America Challenges and Advance in The Management of Craniofacial Surgery
The Association for the Study of Internal Fixation (AO-ASIF)
State of the Art Reconstruction- Microsurgery
Baltimore, Maryland
March, 2009

“Sherlock Holmes and a Band of Curious Cases”
Rhinoplasty Society Annual Meeting”
Las Vegas, Nevada
May, 2009

“An Expert’s Approach to Aesthetic Nasal Reconstruction”
American Society of Maxillofacial Surgery Visiting Professor-Ohio Valley Society of Plastic Surgeons
Indianapolis, Indiana
May, 2009

“A Reconstructive Surgeon’s Approach to Cosmetic Rhinoplasty”
American Society of Maxillofacial Surgery Visiting Professor-Ohio Valley Society of Plastic Surgeons
Indianapolis, Indiana
May, 2009

“The Marriage of Cover, Support, and Lining: The 3 Stage Full-Thickness Forehead Flap”
Award Presentation of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons
European Society of Plastic Surgeons (EURAPS)
Barcelona, Spain
May, 2009

Symposium Chairman, “Aesthetic Reconstruction of the Face in Adults and Children”
Plastic Surgery Educational Foundation and American Society of Maxillofacial Surgery
Tucson, Arizona
February 2010

“An Approach to Nasal Reconstruction”
10th International Symposium of Facial Plastic Surgery
American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
Hollywood, Florida
April, 2010

“Microvascular Repair of Heminasal, Subtotal and Total Nasal Defects with a Folded
Radial Forearm Flap and a Full Thickness Forehead Flap”
European Society of Plastic Surgeons (EURAPS)
Barcelona, Spain
May, 2010

“Repair of the Nose and Midface”
ASPS/ASMS Symposium
The Golden Triangle of the Face:Aesthetic and Reconstructive Surgery of the Eyes, Nose,
and Midface
Toronto, Canada
October, 2010

“Facial Soft Tissue Defects- What to do now?
Panel Member, American Society of Plastic Surgeons Annual Meeting
Toronto, Canada
October, 2010

“Nasal Reconstruction — Art and Practice”
“How to establish a Successful Facial Reconstruction Practice” —
Panel member, 46th Annual Fall Meeting American Academy of Facial Plastic Surgery
San Francisco, California
September, 2011

“Repairing Soft Tissues Defects of the Face and Scalp”
American Society of Plastic Surgeons Annual Meeting
Denver, Colorado
September, 2011

INSTRUCTIONAL COURSES:

“Facial Reconstruction in the Down’s Child”
Invited Instructor-Teaching Course
Association of Retarded Citizens Annual Convention
Omaha, Nebraska
October 1986

“Restoration of the Nose after Skin Cancer”
Instructional Course Co-Instructor
ASPRS Annual Meeting – PSEF Instructional Courses
Los Angeles, CA
October 1986

“Aesthetic Restoration of the Lip, Forehead, Cheek and Periorbital Region Following Cutaneous Cancers”
PSEF Instructional Course-Instructor, ASPRS Annual Meeting.
Atlanta, GA
November 1987

“Aesthetic Restoration of the Lip, Forehead, Cheek, and Periorbital Region Following Cutaneous Cancers”
PSEF Instructional Course-Instructor, ASPRS Annual Meeting
Toronto, Canada
October 1988

“Aesthetic Restoration of the Lip, Forehead, Cheek, and Periorbital Region Following Cutaneous Cancers”
PSEF Instructional Course-Instructor, ASPRS Annual Meeting
San Francisco, CA
October 1989

“Aesthetic Restoration of the Lip, Forehead, Cheek, and Periorbital Region Following Cutaneous Cancers”
PSEF Instructional Course-Instructor, ASPRS Annual Meeting
Boston, Massachusetts
October 1990

“Aesthetic Restoration of the Lip, Forehead, Cheek, and Periorbital Region Following Cutaneous Cancers”
PSEF Instructional Course- Instructor, ASPRS Annual Meeting
Seattle, WA
September, 1991

“Aesthetic Restoration of the Lip, Forehead, Cheek, and Periorbital Region Following Cutaneous Cancers”
PSEF Instructional Course- Instructor, ASPRS Annual Meeting
Washington, D.C.
September 1992

“Aesthetic Restoration of the Lip, Forehead, Cheek, and Periorbital Region Following Cutaneous Cancers”
PSEF Instructional Course- Instructor, ASPRS Annual Meeting
New Orleans, LA
September 1993

“Aesthetic Reconstruction of the Nose”
PSEF Instructional Course- Instructor, ASPRS Annual Meeting
New Orleans, LA
September 1993

“Aesthetic Restoration of the Lip, Forehead, Cheek, and Periorbital Region Following Cutaneous Cancers”
PSEF Instructional Course- Instructor, ASPRS Annual Meeting
San Diego, CA
September 1994

“Aesthetic Reconstruction of the Nose”
PSEF Instructional Course- Instructor, ASPRS Annual Meeting
San Diego, CA
September 1994

“Aesthetic Reconstruction of the Face and Nose”
Instructional Course-Instructor X Congreso Iberolatino Americano De Cirugia Plastica Santiago, Chile
November 1994

“Aesthetic Reconstruction of the Face”
PSEF Instructional Course- Instructor, ASPRS Annual Meeting
Montreal, Canada
October 1995

“Aesthetic Reconstruction of the Face”
PSEF Instructional Course- Instructor, ASPRS Annual Meeting
Dallas, TX
November 1996

“Aesthetic Restoration of the Face”
PSEF Instructional Course- Instructor, ASPRS Annual Meeting.
San Francisco, CA
September 1997

“Aesthetic Restoration of the Face”
PSEF Instructional Course- Instructor, ASPRS Annual Meeting
Boston, MA
October 1998

PSEF Instructional Course- Instructor,
ASPRS Annual Meeting
New Orleans, LA
October 1999

“Aesthetic Restoration of the Face”
PSEF Instructional Course- Instructor, ASPRS Annual Meeting
Los Angeles, CA
October 2000

“Aesthetic Restoration of the Face”
PSEF Instructional Course- Instructor, ASPRS Annual Meeting
Orlando, FL
November 2001

“Aesthetic Restoration of the Face”
PSEF Instructional Course- Instructor, ASPRS Annual Meeting
San Antonio, TX
October 2002

“Aesthetic Reconstruction of the Nose and Face”
PSEF Instructional Course- Instructor ASPS annual meeting
San Diego, CA
October 2003

“Past, Present, and Future of Nasal Reconstruction”
Masters Council on Nasal Reconstruction
Philadelphia, PA
September 2004

“An Approach to Aesthetic Restoration of the Face: Nose Repair and Adjacent
Lip, Cheek and Forehead”
Instructional Course- Instructor ASPS annual meeting
Philadelphia, PA
September 2004

“Aesthetic Reconstruction of the Nose and Face”
PSEF Instructional Course- Instructor ASPS annual meeting
Philadelphia, PA
September 2004

“An Approach to the Repair of Complex Nasal Defects”
Instructor, PSEF Instructional Course
Annual meeting of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons
Baltimore, Maryland
September, 2007

October, 2005 Chicago, IL
“The Repair of Small Superficial and Large Deep Facial and Nasal Defects”
American College of Moh’s Micrographic Surgery and Cutaneous Surgery Instruction Course, Annual Meeting
Phoenix, AZ
2006

“Aesthetic Reconstruction of the Nose and Face”
Instructor, PSEF Instructional Course
Annual meeting of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons
Baltimore, Maryland
September, 2007

“Nasal Reconstruction”
Instructor, PSEF Instructional Course
Annual meeting of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons
Chicago, Illinois
October, 2008

“Nasal Reconstruction”
Instructor, PSEF Instructional Course
Annual meeting of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons
Seattle, Washington
October, 2009

” Reconstruction of Mohs’ Defects”
Instructor, PSEF Instructional Course
Annual meeting of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons
Seattle, Washington
October, 2009

“Nasal Reconstruction Course”
10th International Symposium of Facial Plastic Surgery American
Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
Hollywood, Florida
April, 2010

“Nasal Reconstruction”
Instructor, PSEF Instructional Course
Annual meeting of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons
Toronto, Canada
October, 2010

” Reconstruction of Mohs’ Defects”
Instructor, PSEF Instructional Course
Annual meeting of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons
Toronto, Canada
October, 2010

“Extreme Nasal Reconstruction”
Instructor, PSEF Instructional Course
46th Annual Fall Meeting American Academy of Facial Plastic Surgery
San Francisco, California
September, 2010

“The Repair of Mohs Defects”
Instructor, PSEF Instructional Course
Annual Meeting of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons
Toronto, Canada
October, 2010

“Complex Facial Reconstruction”
Instructor, ASPS Instructional Course
Annual Meeting of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons
Denver, Colorado
September, 2011

“The Repair of Complex Nasal Defects”
Instructor, ASPS Instructional Course
Annual Meeting of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons
Denver, Colorado
September, 2011

“The Reconstruction of Moh Defects of the Face”
Instructor, ASPS Instructional Course
Annual Meeting of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons
Denver, Colorado
September, 2011

“Modern Nasal Reconstruction”
Invited Professor, Teaching Course
Southeastern Society of Plastic Surgeons, Annual Meeting
Amelia Island, North Carolina
June, 2012

“The Repair of Complex Nasal Defects”
Instructor, ASPS Instructional Course
Annual Meeting of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons
New Orleans, Louisiana
October, 2012

“The Reconstruction of Moh Defects of the Face”
Instructor, ASPS Instructional Course
Annual Meeting of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons
New Orleans, Louisiana
October, 2012