2016 TAFPRS Annual Meeting

October 22-23, 2016 Taipei, Taiwan

Su-Yi Hsu, M.D.
Dear Colleagues and Friends:

On behalf of the 12th TAFPRS Annual Meeting organizing committee, I would like to extend a warm welcome to you to participate in this premier facial plastic surgery meeting. This meeting aims to provide an opportunity to share and exchange contemporary knowledge and expertise about aesthetic medicine and surgery which would be of great practical value.

Our course will run on October 22 and 23 in 2016 and include live surgery demonstrations focused on
surgical techniques in different kinds of facial plastic surgeries, systematic didactics, video instructional
sessions, panel discussions covering all aspects of facial plastic surgery...
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Keynote Speech: Balancing Bite, Breathing, and Beauty in Facial Skeletal Surgery

Stanley Yung Liu, MD, DDS
Assistant Professor
Division of Sleep Surgery
Co-director, Sleep Surgery Fellowship
Preceptor, Oculoplastic Surgery Fellowship
Department of Otolaryngology
Stanford University School of Medicine
Classically, surgical management of the facial skeleton had been divided among oral surgery, plastic surgery, and otolaryngology. Each specialty has taken facial skeletal surgery to great heights, with oral surgeons focusing on “bite” (occlusion), plastic surgeons on “beauty” (face), and otolaryngologists on “breathing” (airway). Nevertheless, movement of the maxillofacial skeleton always affects the patient’s occlusion, facial balance, and airway stability in concert. Let’s begin a dialogue to combine each specialty’s experience, with the goal of designing patient-specific facial skeletal operations to balance “bite, beauty, and breathing.”
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Welcome to Taipei

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