Enrico Robotti Live Surgery course
Enrico Robotti Live surgery course
RIB GRAFTING
in secondary rhinoplasty from A to Z
APRIL 4-6, 2024
BERGAMO | ITALY
Enrico Robotti Live surgery course
PRIMARY HYBRID RHINOPLASTY

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BERGAMO | ITALY
LIVE SURGERY with Enrico RobottI
2 FULL LIVE SURGERY DAYS
Villa Sant'Apollonia
BERGAMO | ITALY
LIVE SURGERY with Enrico Robotti
brainstorming session
QUESTIONS AND UNRESOLVED ISSUES
IN-DEPTH VIDEOFOCUS
CASES BROUGHT TO AND BY ATTENDEES
LIVE SURGERY with Enrico Robotti
lectures and videos
masterclass
new technologies
new techniques
LIVE SURGERY with Enrico Robotti
ITALIAN HOSPITALITY
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ART
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CULTURE
NOVEMBER 29 - DECEMBER 2, 2023
BERGAMO | ITALY

LIVE SURGERY

with Enrico Robotti

Rhinoseptoplasty requires dedication and a long learning curve. This is even more true with the nuances and complexities of secondary rhinoplasty. This is the most complex scenario where a clear algorithm, fexibility in intraoperative choices, attention to detail and mastery of numerous tips and tricks make the true diference in results.

This specifc, intensive, course will allow attendees to understand and learn in every detail my current approach to rib grafting in secondary rhinoplasty. By interactive live HD connection with the operating room, as well as by the extensive use of talks and videos, I will share in-depth with the attendees all my current favorite techniques in autologous rib grafting, including the use of SPF-SPLF technique to provide aesthetic dorsal lines. Four revision cases with rib will be demonstrated in all their steps, focusing on the decision process and extensively commenting every technical detail.

Secondary rhinoplasty is a difcult operation and mastery of  autologous rib grafting is indispensable for those who want to practice it actively.

It is my belief that this course will provide, due to its classroom like format, a special and unique learning experience.

Enrico Robotti

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November 29 - December 2, 2023

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Primary Hybrid Rhinoplasty

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ITEMS WHICH WILL BE COVERED

      • Pre-op analysis, the relevance of cone beam CT scan and morphing
      • Access and its details, choosing the correct plane
      • Total vs partial subperichondral-subperiosteal dissection
      • Splitting the midvault along the “septal T”
      • Cartilaginous push-down and its modifications
      • Full symmetric and asymmetric let-down
      • Different Piezo osteotomies
      • Piezo-assisted septoplasty
      • Piezo-assisted turbinoplasty
      • Use of power tools for osteoplasty
      • Combination between Piezo and power tools
      • Trans-osseous suturing techniques
      • Correction of deviation
      • Avoiding step-offs at the keystone
      • Augmenting and lowering the radix
    • Using  deep temporal fascia
    • Finessing the middle vault with spreaders and autospreaders
    • Use of perforated ethmoid plate
    • Debulking the skin in thick-skin patients
    • Managing the drooping and bulbous tip
    • Columellar struts and septal extension grafts
    • Tip sutures and their algorithm
    • Achieving a straight and properly oriented sidewall
    • The mini-transposition concept
    • Lateral crura struts and alar contour grafts
    • Alar wedges
    • Final camouflage and free diced cartilage
    • Preservation concepts applied to secondary rhinoplasty
    • Personal special instruments for refined rhinoplasty practice
    • Postop care and what matters practically

ITEMS WHICH WILL BE COVERED

      • Preop analysis of the secondary patient
      • The relevance of cone-beam CT scan in analysis – planning
      • Rib harvesting
      • Harvesting perichondrium and rectus fascia
      • Rib shaping and laminating
      • Current variations of DCF: the Robotti SPF (sandwich perichondrium – fascia) and SPLF technique (sandwich
        perichondrium – rib lamina – fascia construct)
      • SPLF varians and “Rib Cartilage Plaster”
      • Access to the tip and dorsum
      • Proper dissection in difcult planes
    • Power tools and piezo for osteoplasty and osteotomy: the perfect combination
    • Use of available residual septum and perforated ethmoid plate
    • Finesse reconstruction of dorsal L-strut and tip by rib laminations
    • Rib septal extension grafts, lateral crura struts, sidewall reshaping and else
    • Combined constructs with the residual septum
    • Trans-osseous suturing of the L-strut
    • Camoufage to the tip by perichondrium and else
    • Preservation concepts applied to secondary rhinoplasty
    • Personal special instruments for refned rhinoplasty practice
    • Postop care and what matters practically

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