Masters Course in Facial Reconstructive Surgery
22 October 2017
Our new Davos Masters Course—Soft Tissue Reconstruction, Improving Functional and Aesthetic Outcomes (with human anatomical specimens), gives participants hands-on experience in dealing with the most difficult surgical problems in craniofacial surgery. These are: soft tissue deformities and contractures of the face that result from trauma, oncologic resection, radiation therapy, and bony mal-union.
Often, the expert CMF surgeon is able to correctly place the bony foundation, however, what makes the final outcome aesthetically pleasing is the ability to manage the soft tissue injuries.
By offering expert tools, tips, and tricks, this course will equip you with the knowledge and ability to handle the most complex reconstructive problems that are seen. In addition, you will have the unique ability to discuss complex cases in the fields of facial reconstruction with expert faculty members.