Neck Rejuvenation - Luncheon
Thursday, April 6 | 12:15 PM - 1:15 PM | Room: 29 C/D
AMA PRA Category 1 CME Credits: 1.00 MAX | CE Contact Hours: 1.00 MAX
ACCME Accreditation Statement
- There are multiple invasive and non-invasive techniques for neck rejuvenation. Providers should be knowledgeable about these interventions.
- The anatomy of the neck is complex and a knowledge of its layers is necessary to optimize outcomes.
- The neck is just one part of a larger facial-neck-chest unit. Providers should know how these units interact with each other in any rejuvenation process.
Participants Any provider who plans of integrating neck rejuvenation techniques into their practice.
- A rudimentary knowledge of neck anatomy.
- A knowledge of light and other energy-based technologies and their interactions in the skin.
- A knowledge of anesthesia and the skin.
Instructional Content/Expected Learning Objectives After this course, attendees should be able to:
- Design effective neck rejuvenation plans for tightening, texture, color and contour.
- Identify the proper candidates for particular neck rejuvenation procedures.
- Identify the risks of particular neck rejuvenation procedures.
Director(s) Michael Gold, MD; E. Victor Ross, MD
Faculty Jason N. Pozner, MD
|12:15 PM - 12:20 PM
||Introduction and Pre-Test
|12:21 PM - 12:36 PM
||Anatomical Considerations in Neck Rejuvenation - Jason N. Pozner
|12:37 PM - 12:52 PM
||Non-Invasive Interventions for the Neck Including: Fractional Laser, HIFU, Cryolipolysis, Fillers and Neuromodulators - Michael Gold
|12:53 PM - 1:08 PM
||Non-Invasive Interventions for the Neck Including: RF Needles, Motion RF Techniques, Cannula Based RF / Laser Heating and Visible Light - E. Victor Ross
|1:09 PM - 1:15 PM
||Q&A, Conclusion and Post-Test
Schedule and rooms subject to change without notice