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EASA Events Calendar: Join the APKO Workshop 2023 and Other Activities


APKO Workshop 2023: Anatomy and Surgical Techniques of Face-Lift and Current Topics of Modern Rhinoplasty




If you are a plastic surgeon, an otolaryngologist, or a facial plastic surgeon, you might be interested in attending the APKO Workshop 2023, a one-day event that will cover the anatomy and surgical techniques of face-lift and the current topics of modern rhinoplasty. In this article, we will give you an overview of what APKO is, what the workshop entails, and why you should not miss this opportunity to learn from experts in the field.




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Introduction




What is APKO?




APKO stands for Arbeitsgemeinschaft Plastische Kopf-Hals-Chirurgie (Working Group for Plastic Head-Neck Surgery), a section of the German Society for Otorhinolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery. APKO was founded in 1998 with the aim of promoting scientific exchange, education, and research in the field of plastic head-neck surgery. APKO organizes regular workshops, symposia, and courses on various topics related to facial plastic surgery, such as rhinoplasty, blepharoplasty, otoplasty, facial nerve surgery, facial rejuvenation, facial trauma, facial implants, and more.


What is the APKO Workshop 2023?




The APKO Workshop 2023 is a one-day event that will take place on January 28th, 2023 at the Sheraton Frankfurt Airport Hotel -Skyloft. The workshop will focus on two main topics: anatomy and surgical techniques of face-lift and current topics of modern rhinoplasty. The workshop will feature lectures by experienced and international speakers with long-term expertise in these areas. The workshop will also include the presentation of the APKO Prize 2023, which will be awarded to the best scientific paper on a topic related to plastic head-neck surgery.


Why should you attend the APKO Workshop 2023?




There are many reasons why you should attend the APKO Workshop 2023. Here are some of them:


  • You will learn from experts who have extensive knowledge and experience in facial plastic surgery.



  • You will get updated on the latest developments and innovations in face-lift and rhinoplasty.



  • You will gain practical insights and tips on how to perform various surgical techniques.



  • You will have the opportunity to network with colleagues and peers who share your interests and goals.



  • You will earn continuing medical education (CME) credits for your professional development.



If you are interested in attending the APKO Workshop 2023, you can register online at the APKO website. The registration fee is 250 euros for APKO members and 350 euros for non-members. The fee includes access to the workshop, lunch, coffee breaks, and workshop materials. The deadline for registration is January 15th, 2023. Don't miss this chance to enhance your skills and knowledge in facial plastic surgery!


Anatomy and Surgical Techniques of Face-Lift




What is a face-lift and why is it performed?




A face-lift, also known as rhytidectomy, is a surgical procedure that aims to improve the appearance of the face by reducing sagging skin, smoothing wrinkles, and enhancing facial contours. A face-lift can address signs of aging such as:


  • Loose skin and excess fat in the lower face and neck



  • Deep creases along the nose and mouth



  • Loss of volume and definition in the cheeks and jawline



  • Jowls and marionette lines



  • Double chin and turkey neck



A face-lift can make you look younger, more refreshed, and more confident. It can also improve your self-esteem and quality of life. However, a face-lift cannot stop the aging process or change your fundamental facial features. It also cannot correct conditions such as droopy eyelids, sagging eyebrows, or sun-damaged skin. For these issues, you may need additional procedures such as blepharoplasty, brow lift, or laser resurfacing.


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What are the anatomical considerations for a face-lift?




Before performing a face-lift, it is important to understand the anatomy of the face and how it changes with aging. The face consists of several layers of tissue, including skin, fat, muscle, fascia, and bone. These layers are interconnected by ligaments, nerves, blood vessels, and lymphatics. Aging affects each layer differently, resulting in changes in the shape, volume, elasticity, and texture of the face.


The skin is the outermost layer of the face. It consists of two layers: the epidermis and the dermis. The epidermis is the thin surface layer that protects the underlying tissues from external factors. The dermis is the thicker layer that contains collagen and elastin fibers, which provide strength and elasticity to the skin. Aging causes the epidermis to thin and lose its protective function. It also causes the dermis to lose collagen and elastin, leading to reduced elasticity and increased wrinkling.


The fat is the next layer of the face. It consists of two types: superficial fat and deep fat. Superficial fat is located just below the skin and provides padding and contour to the face. Deep fat is located deeper in the face and surrounds vital structures such as nerves and blood vessels. Aging causes both types of fat to decrease in volume and shift downward due to gravity. This results in loss of fullness and definition in the upper face and accumulation of excess fat in the lower face.


The muscle is the third layer of the face. It consists of several muscles that control facial expressions and movements. The most important muscle for a face-lift is the platysma, which runs from the collarbone to the jawline and forms part of the neck. Aging causes the platysma to weaken and separate in the middle, creating bands or cords in the neck. It also causes other facial muscles to lose tone and sag.


The fascia is the fourth layer of the face. It is a thin sheet of connective tissue that covers and supports the muscles, fat, nerves, blood vessels, and lymphatics. The most important fascia for a face-lift is the superficial musculoaponeurotic system (SMAS), which runs from the temple to the collarbone and forms part of the cheek. Aging causes the SMAS to loosen and descend due to gravity. This results in drooping of the cheek, jowl formation, and nasolabial fold deepening.


The bone is the fifth layer of the face. It consists of several bones that form the framework of the face. The most important bones for a face-lift are the mandible, which forms the lower jaw and chin, and the maxilla, which forms the upper jaw and nose. Aging causes the bone to resorb and lose volume, especially in the midface and chin. This results in loss of projection and support for the soft tissues of the face.


What are the different techniques of face-lift surgery?




There are many techniques of face-lift surgery, each with its own advantages and disadvantages. The choice of technique depends on several factors, such as the patient's anatomy, goals, preferences, and expectations. The most common techniques of face-lift surgery are:


Deep-plane face-lift




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