The American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Annual Fall Meeting
OF SPECIAL INTEREST:
Meet the leaders and the corporate friends of the AAFPRS, includingBioForm, Medicis, and CareCredit. Join in a happy hour with door prizes andhors d'oeurves.
Public Forum, Wednesday, September 19th, 4:30 - 6:30 pm Pavilion at theRonald Reagan Building.
Media are strongly encouraged to join in all activities. To gain a pass orto set up interviews, please contact Natalie Ferro at 212.986.7000
About the AAFPRS:
The American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery is theworld's largest association of board certified facial plastic andreconstructive surgeons with 2,800 members. It is the only organizationdedicated solely to the advancement of plastic and reconstructive surgery ofthe face, head and neck. To learn more about the AAFPRS, please visitwww.aafprs.org or contact Natalie Ferro at Behrman Communications,212.986.7000.WHO: AAFPRS presents its multi-specialty annual meeting with dynamic panels, cutting edge courses and intense learning opportunities-- including a cadaver lab and premier workshops. Global AAFPRS experts will discuss their areas of expertise and interest. Join in the events and develop an appreciation of the evolving face, precise approaches and standards of beauty. WHEN: September 18-21, 2007 WHERE: Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center, Washington, D.C. Located between the White House and The Capitol Building KEY HIGHLIGHTS: - Women in Facial Plastic Surgery Luncheon - given by guest speaker Michelle Cross Fenty, wife of Mayor Adrian M. Fenty, Washington, D.C. - Minimally Invasive Course - learn about Fulfil(R) implants and lipodissolve - Advanced Injectable Series - Medspas: compete with or become one - Emerging Trends and Technologies - take advantage of this introduction to new developments and discoveries - Advances in treatment of facial paralysis - Science of the Mind Body Connection in Health and Disease - Gene Tardy Scholar lecture: "Aligning the Stars" - A History of Modern Day Rhinoplasty Full program is available at: http://www.aafprs.org/upload/brochure/2007fallbrochure.pdf
SOURCE The American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
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