Friday 8 June

08.30 - 08.45 Registration

8:30-8.40 Welcome and introduction – V. Cervelli

V. Cervelli

08.40-09.00 Lecture: Virtual rhinoplasty in the Giulio-Claudi dynasty

V. Cervelli

09.00-09.20 Lecture: Ethnic rhinoplasty in Europe

H. Foda

 09.20-09.35 Are ‘Seniors’ really ahead because they learned by closed approach?

A. Scattolin

09.35-09.50 Is open approach really the best option for the beginners?

M. Bussi

09.50-10.00 Difficult septoplasty:extracorporeal versus conventional


10.00-10.10 Correction of the septal deviation

G. Paludetti

10.10-10.20 Treatment of the nasal turbinates

F. Salzano

 10.20-10.30 Discussione
10.30 - 10.50 COFFEE BREAK
Primary dorsum

10.50-11.00 The dorsum is not just the profile line: thinking and acting 3D

P. Palma

11.00-11.10 Profile rhinoplasty: rebuilding the nasal roof

J.C. Neves

11.10-11.20 Use of diced cartilage to get a natural dorsal line

M. Bussi

Primary tip

11.20-11.30 Tongue in grove and lateral crural steal in the tip reshaping

H. Foda

11.30-11.40 Good tips for a difficult tip

H. Saleh

11.40-11.50 Progressive surgery of the nasal tip: multichoice technique!

V. Cervelli

11.50-12.00 The bulbous tip: my ideal approach

M. Klinger

12.00-12.10 Tip reshaping by using transdomal sutures

S. Mocella

12:10-12:20 Treatment of the hyperprojected tip

G.A. Bertoli

12:20-12:30 Lateral crural overlay in the treatment of tip ptosis

A. Boccieri

 12.30-12.45 Discussion

12.45-12.55 Is it really necessary to use grafts in primary rhinoplasty?

H. Saleh

12.45-12.55 Spreader grafts and columellar struts are used too often?

P. Palma

12.50-13.00 Septal crossbar graft nel naso torto

A. Boccieri

13.00-13.10 I passi finali per raggiungere la perfezione del risultato nel naso torto

M. Pascali

13.05-13.15 Reconstruction of alar cartilage defects based on the combined use of
autologous chondrocyte micrografts and PRP

P. Gentile

13.15-13.25 Rhinofilling: general principles for safe injection in the nose

A. Trivisonno

13.25-13.35 Use of dermal regenerative template in rhinoplasty

J. Planas

13.35-13.45 Profiloplasty: medical vs surgical

D. Bertossi

 13.45-13.50 Discussion
13.50 - 14.30 LUNCH

14.30-14.36 When and why I choose spreader graft / spreader flaps / letdown in the
treatment of the nasal dorsum in primary rhinoplasty

V. Finocchi

14.36-14.42 The MesoRhinoFiller simplified solution for the nasal reshaping in primary
and secondary treatment

F. Romeo

14.42-14.48 Increasing and decreasing the tip of nose projection when and how

D. Bottini

14.42-14.48 Importance of skeletal relationships of the maxillary in rhinoplasty

G. Liberatore

 14.54-15.00 Discussion

16.00-16.15 Lecture: Alar base surgery (nostril surgery)

H. Foda

17.45-17.55 Spreader graft in open and closed technique

R. Bracaglia

17.35-17.45 Internal and external osteotomies: the past and the present

C. Alfano

17.25-17.35 Technical options to achieve tip rotation

P. Giacomini

17.15-17.25 External incisions in rhinoplasty: from reconstructive to aesthetic surgery

G. Schiavone

17.55-18.05 Use of columellar strut in open and closed technique

A. Varini

 18.05-18.15 Discussion

Saturday 9 June

08.20-08.40 Lecture: Cartilage grafts, arguments and options

H. Saleh

08.40-08.50 Septal or auricolar concha grafts in the saddle-nose deformity

H. Foda

08.50-09.00 Rib graft: an irreplaceable tool

E. Robotti

09.00-09.10 Rib graft technique step by step

P. Schiavon

09.10-09.20 Grafting in secondary rhinoplasty

A. Borriello

09.20-09.30 Refinements using pericondrium and crushed cartilage

T. Marianetti

09.30-09.40 Dorsal augmentation with diced cartilage and retroauricolar fascia

G. Campiglio

09.40-09.50 Treatement of inverted V deformity

O. Gerbault

09.50-10.00 Elongation septal graft vs spreader strut graft

S. Bruschi

10.00-10.10 Supra tip deformity: prevention and treatment

A. Marzetti

10.10-10.20 Nasal septum reconstruction

A. Boccieri

10.20-10.40 Treatment of nasal septum perforations

I. Tasca

 10.40-11.00 Discussion

11.00-11.10 Total and sub-total nasal tip reconstruction with conchal cartilage grift

M. Pascali

11.10-11.20 Alar rim graft in the alar retraction

M. Bussi

11.20-11.30 Alar batten graft for the treatment of valve defect

T. Marianetti

11.30-11.40 Composite graft: the only solution for selected patients

G. Schiavone

11.40-11.50 The closed approach for secondary tip correction

A. Scattolin

11.50-12.00 Discussion

12.00-12.10 Closed rhinoplasty: efficacy of being less invasive in problem solving

A. Scattolin

12.10-12.20 Structural open rhinoplasty

E. Robotti

12.20-12.30 The importance of restoring a nose contour harmony

P. Palma

12.30-12.40 Keeping a lasting result in secondary surgery

S. Mocella

12.40-12.50 Nose function: the essential starting point in secondary rhinoplasty

I. Tasca

12.50-13.00 The role of fillers for treatment of minor aesthetical imperfections after

E. Bartoletti

13.00-13.10 Revision rhinoplasty in patients who underwent multiple surgeries

J.C. Neves

13.10 – 13.20 Discussion
13.20 - 14.15 LUNCH

14.15-14.21 Use of bank cartilage in nasal reconstruction

I.V. Aboh

14.21-14.27 Use of autologous cartilage in saddle-nose correction

D. Quarato

14.27-14.33 Auricolar composite graft for reconstruction of the nasal ala

V. Didonfrancesco

14.33-14.40 Discussion

17.10-17.20 Considerazioni conclusive

V. Cervelli

16.40-16.50 Treatment of “stubborn” deviations of nasal pyramid

G. Paludetti

16.50-17.00 10 years postop. Results in secondary rhinoplasty

H. Foda

17.00-17.10 Failures in secondary rhinoplasty: what experience gained over the years
will no longer make me do

H. Saleh

17.10-17.20 Tricks in the treatment of secondary tip

J.C. Neves

17.20-17.30 The tratment of the nasofrontal and nasolabial angles

F. Saccomanno

17.30-17.40 Disappointed patient after several rhinoplasties: the best ‘start’ to have a
happy end. Is there an ‘ideal’ strategy?

P.G. Morselli

17.40 Closing remarks

V. Cervelli