Scientific Program

Conference Series Ltd invites all the participants across the globe to attend 13th International Conference and Exhibition on Cosmetic Dermatology and Hair Care Paris, France.

Day 2 :

OMICS International Cosmetic Dermatology 2017 International Conference Keynote Speaker Amir Feily  photo
Biography:

Amir feily is dermatologist and researcher in Skin and Stem Cell research Center of Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Tehran and Department of Dermatology of Jahrom University of Medical Sciences, Jahrom, Iran.
 

Abstract:

Hair restoration is a safe procedure and most of its associated complications are preventable by the surgeon and/or the patient. Recipient area necrosis is rare, but arises when an increased number of recipient grafts are utilized and devascularization of the scalp occurs. The aim of this study was to investigate and compare all cases and pictures reported in main search engines and Iranian centers of hair transplant to find the dangerous zone of necrosis and to provide a new method for prevention of necrosis. Pictorial analysis of this study revealed that the majority of necrosis (14 of 18) occurs in central region of the scalp and is inclined, particularly, to the right parietal aspect of the scalp. Accord¬ingly, a case series was done and a new method for prevention of scalp necrosis even in dense packing transplantation was discussed. Also in another case series, we described our experience in harvesting more than usual with lessen scaring in follicular unit extraction (FUE). 

OMICS International Cosmetic Dermatology 2017 International Conference Keynote Speaker Marcelo Mayorga  photo
Biography:

Marcelo Mayorga studied at the Universidad Mayor de San Andres and completed his specialty at Plastic surgery at the Jalisco Institute of Reconstructive Surgery of Guadalajara, Mexico under the mentorship of Dr. Jose Guerrerosantos, Plastic Surgeon recognized for his brilliant trajectory and contribution. He is a member of the Bolivian Society of Plastic Surgery, ISAPS, International Member of American Society of Plastic Surgeons ASPS and American Society of Plastic Surgeons ASAPS and FILACP.
 

Abstract:

The breast augmentation is one of the most common procedures in Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. This presentation shows the progressive evolution of the author’s experience in the breast augmentation surgery focusing in seven aspects that let him have developed a correct approach and get consistent results in this procedure. The breast augmentation could be a very difficult surgery with inconsistent results if the planning of the surgery doesn’t asses the important aspects of the breast. The review of literature, discussion with experienced surgeons, meetings and courses helped the author to get consistent results changing various aspects including adequate breast measuring, the incorporation of imaging, choose the best implant, the correct incision and its placement, choosing the correct pocket, avoid common mistakes and personal thoughts in breast lifting with implants, breast fat grafting. Every aspect covered is how the author approaches a patient based on his experience and data collected over 10 years in the field, most surgeons based on their own experience must have different ideas and approaches in breast augmentation, this work main objective is to present and discuss the author’s personal approach in breast augmentation.
 

  • Dermatological Diseases | Aesthetic and Cosmetic Dermatology | Dermatology: Therapies and Advances Clinical and Medical Dermatology | Hair and Nails | Melanoma | Aesthetic Non Surgical Procedure | Oral-Maxillofacial Surgery | Advances in Cosmetic Procedures
Location: sunset 2
Speaker

Chair

Marcelo Mayorga

Uriarte Cirugia Plastica, Bolivia

Biography:

Mustafa Jaber has completed his MD at the age of 25 years in 1973 from Cairo University -  School of Medicine. He holds medical consultant certificate in 1985 from Paris Modern medicine. He has published more than 27 papers in reputed journals.
 

Abstract:

Alopecia totalis is a widespread disease, more than 200 Million people suffer from this disease especially in cold cloudy countries such as European where there is a shortage of UV rays. Here in Jordan about 25.000 patients experienced my new method of treatment (hormonal approach) in my private clinic who suffered  Alopecia Totalis and the result was more than 95% success and got complete cure. Alopecia totalis is considered as an autoimmune disease , my experience with this category of patients , I found that they shared a hormonal disturbance in all patients suffering from alopecia totalis. I will discuss in details in my research, deficiencies of hormones and lack of some organic metals that I noticed in alopecia patients. Keeping normal ranges of those hormones and metals resulted in full hair growth all over the body in all patients from different countries and ethnic groups all over the world. Nearly 25000-26000 alopecia patients from different countries have been cured and got new hair and good lives after treatment in my clinic.
 

Shamma Aboobacker

KMCT Medical College, India

Title: Melasma: Unknowingly multifarious
Biography:

Shamma Aboobacker graduated from Yenepoya Medical College, India. She completed professional training as MSc in Clinical Dermatology at Cardiff University and MD DVL at Pondicherry University. She has expertise as Clinical Dermatologist since 2011, in United Arab Emirates and India, and currently an Assistant Professor at KMCT Medical College. She has keen interest in research activities and focuses on delivering up to date patient care. Her areas of proficiency include pigmentary disorders, skin malignancy, psoriasis and platelet rich plasma therapy. She is currently working on research involving melasma and another on platelet rich plasma therapy. She has published papers in reputed journals and has been serving as an Editorial Board Member of Journal of Surgical Dermatology.

Abstract:

Melasma, derived from the Greek word ‘Melas’ meaning black and ‘Chloazein’ meaning green, is an acquired symmetric hypermelanotic condition that has a striking appearance and resultant mental impact. There are a number of norms linked with melasma including role of ultraviolet exposure, occurrence in pregnancy, female predisposition and even its nature through the earliest report of melasma as ‘Lihei Ban’ in Chinese medicine meaning persistent condition. Much of research focused on etiology is highlighted however a consensus is lacking. The peculiarity in lesional skin is the presence of hyper functional melanocytes that possess increased expression of estrogen receptors and PDKZ1 domains that are involved in increased melanogenesis. The rather indirect roles exhibited by UV light, drugs, anaemia and systemic conditions may be noted.
 

Speaker
Biography:

Shaunak Patel is a recipient of Chancellor’s Gold medal in Dermatology & Founding President of Society of Aesthetic Advancements India (SAAI). He is a National Faculty in many dermatology conferences in India and a Trainer and Faculty Demonstrator for thread-lifting and micro cannula approach for filler injections. His research areas of interest are Pigmentation and Non-surgical face remoulding. 

Abstract:

With the evolution of Q-switching technology in the field of Nd:YAG lasers, the safety profile improved dramatically making the use of higher energy density to be delivered with much safety and accuracy. The availability of this laser system as a 1064 and a 532 nm ensures optimally gratifying results from the patient’s perspective for a variety of pigmentary lesions, the settings can be tweaked for a number of off-label uses which I routinely use in my clinical practice. The effects of a Q-switched Nd:YAG system are primarily because of photoaccoustic effect. Dermal heating also results in satisfying anti-aging results which develop progressively over time. We try to harness this very inherent nature of the laser system and stretch this capacity to the maximum. While some of the applications about to be discussed resulted from a working knowledge of the mechanics involved whereas others were discovered randomly across study groups. Changing the combinations like spot size, frequency and energy density resulted in development of protocols which warrant the use of it in such unique ways. Application of milli-pulse free running mode is chiefly employed for ablative and thermal purposes as we shall see. The Q-switched & fractional Q-switched modes find uses in novel pigmentary & antiaging applications. A special collimated hand-piece was also employed for subliminal excitement of nerve fibers in acute and chronic neuralgias.
 

Badria Mahmoud

Hamad Medical Corporation, Qatar

Title: Hormonal acne in adult female
Speaker
Biography:

Badria Mahmoud, MD, MS, is an Attending Senior Consultant in the Department of Dermatology, Hamad Medical Corporation of Qatar and the owner and medical Director of Dr. Badria Dermo-cosmatic and laser Center in Qatar. She completed her Undergraduate Degree from King Faisal University in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. She completed a residency program at Hamad Medical Corporation in Department of Dermatology & Venereology and went to Ain-Shams University medical school in Egypt for her Master’s Degree in Dermatology & Venereology, followed by a fellowship in Dermatopathology from St. Johns institution of Dermatology in London.
 

Abstract:

Acne is one of most common skin diseases in the general population especially among adolescents. However, the number of patients aged over 25 years referred to dermatology department complaining of acne are increasing. The complaint is more common in females. Based on the time of onset; two subtypes of acne have been recognized in females; “persistent acne” as a continuation of adolescent acne and the late onset acne is first present in adulthood. Different names have been given to the adulthood acne; late onset acne, hormonal acne and acne tarda. The causes of adulthood acne remain to be fully elucidated, and hormones, colonization by resistant bacteria, the use of cosmetics, drugs and chronic stress have been put forward as possible etiological factors. Since adult acne is more common in women, there has always been an emphasis on underlying hormonal imbalance. End-organ hypersensitivity and not androgen levels may be the central factor in development of adult acne in women. Increased sensitivity of the sebaceous gland to androgens or increased local metabolism of androgen hormones in the skin to potent androgen metabolites may offer alternative mechanisms for the pathogenesis of this disorder. Hormonal agents are one of the standard systemic medications in addition to antibiotics and isotretinoin. Appropriate patient selection is the key to start hormonal agents as treatment for acne.
 

Speaker
Biography:

Alice Connolly is a Director of Peach Clinics in Sydney, Australia. Peach Clinics specializes in providing permanent hair removal and permanent makeup. She received a Bachelor of Electrical Engineering from the University of Technology, Sydney. She has been active in developing advanced equipment for hair removal with the aim of combining permanent hair removal with permanent makeup to reshape facial features, particularly for transgender women. She has been collaborating with Irma Hulscher of Aprils Touch in the Netherlands to develop a process to achieve lasting and naturally shaped eyebrows free of the limitations enforced by natural hair growth.
 

Abstract:

Statement of the Problem: Many women are unhappy with the shape and thickness of their eyebrows. They use various beauty techniques to give the effect of fuller, shapelier eyebrows yet none of these techniques can achieve a permanent result. Enhancing eyebrows using permanent makeup has been limited to filling and adding to the eyebrow, as substantial alteration to its shape and location would require endless removal of outlying hair by the client. Until now, the only solution to eyebrow relocation has been cosmetic surgery. However, a novel combination of two well- established techniques has provided a permanent solution. This discussion describes a non-surgical technique to achieving beautifully shaped eyebrows free of these constraints. Methodology & Approach: Aprils Touch and Peach Clinics have combined the techniques of permanent makeup and permanent hair removal in a process to achieve lasting, naturally-shaped eyebrows. Eyebrows are important in the perception of gender. Men have thicker brows and they are usually straighter with less defined edges. To soften and feminize the face, the eyebrow needs soft curves rather than sharp corners. Neatly shaped and symmetrical eyebrows make the face look more feminine. After determining the exact shape for the revised eyebrow, galvanic electrolysis is used to permanently remove all eyebrow hair outside this area. Galvanic electrolysis has been in use for over 140 years and remains the only method permitted to call itself “permanent” by the US FDA. The accuracy of galvanic electrolysis and its ability to target individual hairs means eyebrow shaping can occur with absolute precision. Aprils Touch MICROFEMINIZATION® technique is then used to recreate the brow in detail defining, shaping and heightening the eyebrow to a soft feminine appearance. MICROFEMINIZATION® is a unique method of skin pigmentation which was specifically developed to feminize the features of the face. Findings: Using this technique, Aprils Touch and Peach Clinics have been able to provide a permanent and natural looking solution to full and shapely eyebrows. Whilst this technique has been developed to enhance the perception of femininity in transgender women, it has general application to all women and can also be applied to reshaping the forehead hairline.
 

Biography:

Kenji Momo from Japan has his expertise of the drug formulations, pharmacokinetics and pharmacoepidemiology. He worked at Tsukuba-university hospital in Japan for 13 years as a clinical pharmacist belonged to palliative care team. From 2016, he moved to Teikyo Heisei University (faculty of pharmaceutical sciences) as an associate professor. Indomethacin spray preparation that introduce in this session, used in Japan as an alternative therapeutic optionfor uncontrollable pain for the oral mucositis and oropharyngeal mucositis caused by cancer therapy. He is trying to develop this indomethacin spray to commercially based drug.
 

Abstract:

Statement of the Problem: Oropharyngeal mucositis (OM) and Oral mucositis is an adversity of chemo- and radio-therapy and is accompanied by severe throat and oral pain in patients with CTCAE grades of over 3, which includes 30% of cancer patients treated with radio-therapy. OM often impairs quality of life (QOL) and leads to discontinuation of chemo- and radio-therapy because severe pain compromises oral intake and nutritional status. In this study, we tried to use the Indomethacin oral spray (IM-OS) preparation to relief the pain that induced cancer therapy. Methods: We observed 35 patients (male/female: 20/15, 53 ± 17 y) with oropharyngeal mucositis, who treated with IM-OS preparation for pain relief at University of Tsukuba hospital, Japan. Analgesic effects were assessed using the six-grade face scale for pain in 28 patients at the start of IM oral spray treatment. Systemic exposure was assessed by determining urinary excretions of IM in seven patients. Results: Pain relief was achieved in 26 (93%) patients at 25 (5–60) min after applying the IM-OS preparation (15.6 ± 3.4 μg/kg) and analgesic effects were maintained for 120 (10–360) min. The pain was significantly decreased after using the spray (3.6 ± 0.7 vs. 2.4 ± 0.9, p < 0.01). Moreover, urinary IM excretion rates after applying the IM spray preparation were 1.8 ± 0.8% of the IM oral spray dose (130.5 ± 77.7 μg/kg/day), which was markedly lower than that following oral administration of IM (60%). No adverse events were observed following application of the spray. Conclusions: The present IM spray is an effective and safe for pain relief and can be used as an alternative therapeutic option for oropharyngeal mucositis in cancer patients.
 

Speaker
Biography:

Amit  Patel received his Medical Degree at the University of Louisville, Louisville, KY. He completed his residency in Otolaryngology at the University of Illinois at Chicago, IL. He went on to complete a Fellowship in Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery at Meridian Plastic Surgeons/Affiliation with Indiana University, Indianapolis, IN. He currently holds the position of Assistant Professor with the Department of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery at the University of Kentucky where he practices Clinical and Surgical Otolaryngology specializing in facial plastic and reconstructive surgery and is also active in the education of residents and medical students. He is Board Certified by the American Board of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery and the American Board of Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery. He is currently working on a patent for nasal drug delivery application

Abstract:

Vascular occlusion following facial fillers is rare, but unfortunately has the potential for some complications. In this talk, I will discuss the aesthetic, design, and key points for my specific surgical technique considerations for successful reconstruction following deficits of the nasal ala and tip. The reconstruction of large defects of the nasal ala requires an understanding of anatomy, nasal aesthetics, and complete functionality. This surgical technique, with design in mind, likely improves the ability to recreate a nasal airway to restore physiologic function while simultaneously allowing a symmetric and natural looking external contour. In the same fashion, translating aesthetic rhinoplasty techniques into the design process facilitates the proper outcome. Striving for proper surgical technique, while keeping in mind creativity and design often leads to the best outcomes and the most satisfied patients, specifically when it comes to aesthetic rhinoplasty applications in nasal ala reconstruction

Speaker
Biography:

Sabreen  Zamil is in practice of plastic surgery for 22 years. She is the Head of Unit in Al Babtain Center of Plastic, Reconstructive Surgery and Burns. Also, she was the Former Tutor at the Faculty of Medicine, Kuwait. She is the first female Kuwaiti Plastic Surgeon, currently she is the Owner and Director of SabreenA clinic.
 

Abstract:

Surgical treatment of grade III gynecomastia requires more scarring than grade I& II. Reduction mammoplasty in males has been recently more encountered since the introduction and the uprising of bariatric surgery. Yet it is more challenging than in the female breast as it requires certain modification to reach a modest male breast shape. Since the year 2010 up till now we adopted and modified a technique that eliminates the vertical Scar and carries the NAC on a wide pedicle simulating a Pec. Major contour, as much as possible then delivered through a hole in the superior skin flap. A series of cases performed since 2010 by myself and adopted by some colleagues in the department afterwards (around 32%) of the total no. of cases; two incidences of NAC mal positioning however did not affect the patient satisfaction. The future is to combine it with high definition lipo sculpture in selected thin built patients.
 

Speaker
Biography:

Marisse Venter is a successful, highly qualified Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon. She has a special interest in breast reconstruction and cosmetic surgery. She is the only female Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon in the Breast Care Centre of Excellence at Netcare Milpark Hospital. She qualified from the University of Cape Town in 2002 and her specialization encompassed 4 years of general surgery and a further 4 years of plastic surgery at the University of the Witwatersrand from where she qualified as a plastic surgeon. In 2004 she completed 1-year military training in North West Mafikeng & Potchefstroom at the Military health units. She was also an Acting Consultant at the Helen Joseph Hospital, teaching breast reconstruction to training doctors

Abstract:

Background: Adipose derived stem cells have been shown to have multiple regenerative properties including accelerated wound healing. Stem cells are harvested, purified and cultured to provide an adequate cellular yield. This isolation process required large financial contributions, trained laboratory staff, intensive procedure utilizing multiple purification solutions and expensive equipment. The aim of the study was to investigate the effect of simple lipo-aspirate on wound healing without stem cell cultivation, thereby reducing the cost but still maintaining the adipose stem cell advantage. Methodology: This is a prospective, interventional animal study to investigate the effect of lipo-aspirate on wound healing. Histological evaluation will be discussed. Results: Evaluation shows accelerated wound healing with the treatment of adipose tissue compared to control wounds. Wound healing markers such as epidermal growth, new vessel formation, new collagen formation was all statistically significantly increased. The bacteriology results showed no significant differences and fat treated wounds had a clear histological advantage compared to control wounds. From the histological analysis it appears that fat changes the architecture of the underlying dermis. Analyzing the before and after pictures of patients having received facial fat fills shows the textural changes seen with facial fat fills in facial rejuvenation. 30-50 patients will be discussed as well as management of associated complicates. Conclusion: Facial fat fills aid facial rejuvenation in a process like lipo-assisted wound healing as shown in an animal model.
 

Iqbal Bukhari

1Imam Abdulrahman AlFaisal University, Saudi Arabia

Title: Spontaneous resolution of lipedematous scalp after 13 years
Biography:

Iqbal Bukhari is highly motivated professor and consultant dermatologist with more than 25 years of good experience in many dermatological diseases and their management. Special interest in laser therapy, phototherapy, dematopathology, cosmetic dermatology and study of genetic diseases. Has many publications in various international medical journals

Abstract:

Lipedematous scalp (LS) is a condition in which there is localized accumulation of fatty tissue in the subcutaneous layer of the scalp without hair abnormalities. Clinically it is detected by palpation of the scalp exhibiting a localized soft and non-tender swelling. Currently, there is no effective treatment for LS but surgical treatment and oral mycophenolate mofetil were documented to be effective in LA. Here we report the first case in the medical literature of spontaneous resolution of lipedematous scalp in a patient whom we diagnosed and reported in 2004 to have Lipedematous scalp. A 69-year-old southern Arabic female presented to our dermatology clinic as a follow up case of lipedematous scalp diagnosed in our clinic in 2003. She is a known case of supraventricular tachycardia and hypercholesterolemia well controlled with medication. Besides, the patient scalp condition was last evaluated four years prior to her current visit in our clinic with no significant change. Interestingly, on examination of the scalp, there was absence of the spongy feeling on palpation and there was no loss of hair. Axial computed tomography of the skull showed scalp thickness in the high occipitoparietal region of 8 mm as compared to 21.1 mm in 2003. While midsagittal reconstructed computed tomography showed a scalp thickness at the high occipitoparietal region of 9 mm as compared to 16.9 mm in 2003. Subcutaneous fat thickness was almost 6 mm at the occipitoparietal region which is normal compared to 19.2 mm reported in 2003 for the same region. So, we confirmed our impression of spontaneous complete resolution of lipedematous scalp after thirteen years duration and it is the first reported case in the medical literature.