5th Singapore Facial Fracture and Soft Tissue Reconstruction Fresh Frozen Cadaveric Dissection Course

11 to 14 November 2018

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  One Full Day of Lectures

  • Assessment and Initial Management of Patients with Facial Injury
  • Craniofacial Anatomy and Biomechanics
  • Principles of Osteosynthesis and Choice of Plates and Screws
  • Management of Dentoalveolar Injuries and Occlusion
  • Frontal Sinus Fractures
  • Naso-Orbito-Ethmoidal Fracture Management
  • Management of Zygomatico-Maxillary Complex Fractures
  • Management of Orbital Wall Fractures
  • Management of Le Fort Fractures
  • Management of Condylar and Subcondylar Fractures
  • Management of Mandible Angle and Body Fractures
  • Management of Symphysis and Parasymphysis Fractures
  • Sequencing of Panfacial Fractures
  • Subunit Approach to Facial Reconstruction
  • Management of Eye Lid Lacerations and Canalicular Injuries
  • Local Flaps in Facial Reconstruction
  • Principles of Facial Scar Revision
  • Nasal Reconstruction
  • Lip and Perioral Reconstruction
  • Ear Reconstruction
  • Scalp Reconstruction
  • Reconstruction of Eyelid Defects


  3 Full Days of Dissection on Fresh Frozen Cadavers

  • Z-plasty, M-plasty and Geometric Broken Line Closure for Scar Revision
  • Helix and Ear Lobe Reconstruction
  • Eyelid Reconstruction
  • Abbe Estlander Flap
  • Karapandzic Flap
  • Nasal Defect Repair: Bilobed Flap
  • Alar Defect Repair: Subcutaneous Pedicle Interpolated Cheek Flap and Conchal Cartilage Graft
  • Paramedian Forehead Flap
  • Coronal Approach to Zygomatic Arch and Frontal Sinus Fractures
  • Preauricular, Retromandibular and Transcervical Approaches to the Mandible
  • Transoral Approaches to the Midface and Mandible
  • Maxillo-Mandibular Fixation
  • Introduction to DePuy Synthes Matrix Sets
  • Creating a Le Fort 1 Fracture and Repairing It
  • Creating and Repairing Tripod and Orbital Floor Fractures
  • Creating a Paraymphyseal Fracture and Repairing It
  • Creating a Mandible Angle Fracture and Repairing It
  • Creating a Subcondylar Fracture and Repairing It
  • Creating a Frontal Sinus and NOE Fracture and Repairing It