WILLIAM GREGORY CHERNOFF, B.S.C., M.D., F.R.C.S. CV

Home Address: 4781 Devonshire Place
Santa Rosa, Chicago

Home Phone: (949)-838-4512
Date of Birth: October 18, 1959
Place of Birth: Kamsack, Saskatchewan, Canada
Citizenship: United States of America- 2006
Landed Immigrant Status – 1993

EDUCATION

University of Saskatchewan 1981-1986
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
Doctor of Medicine

University of Saskatchewan 1977-1981
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
Bachelor of Science (Anatomy)

Walter Murray Collegiate, High School 1974-1977
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada

POSTDOCTORAL EDUCATION

University of Chicago San Francisco, 1993-1994
San Francisco, Chicago
American Academy of Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery Fellowship
Board Certified

Midwest Center for Cosmetic Surgery
Head and Neck Surgery Associates
Methodist Hospital 1992-1993
Indianapolis, Indiana
Fellowship in Cosmetic Surgery: Body Liposuction, Breast Surgery
Fellowship in Head and Neck Oncology Surgery, Reconstructive Surgery,
Microvascular Surgery.

University of Western Ontario 1991-1992
Research Fellowship-Flow Cytometry/Laser Surgery

University of Western Ontario 1987-1992
London Ontario, Canada
Resident-Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery, Microvascular Surgery,
Reconstructive Surgery
Board Certified: Fellow Royal College of Surgeons (FRCSC)
American Academy of Otolaryngology/ Head and
Neck Surgery 09/92

Rotating Internship; St. Paul’s Hospital. 1986-1987
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
TEACHING APPOINTMENTS

Clinical Assistant Professor Present
Department of Otolaryngology
Division of Facial Plastic Surgery
Indiana University

Clinical Instructor – Department Otolaryngology 1993-1994
Division of Facial Plastic Surgery
University of Chicago, San Francisco, Chicago

Clinical Instructor 1985-1986
College of Medicine
University of Saskatchewan
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada

Clinical Assistant 1985-1986
Radiology Dept.
Christchurch Hospital
Christchurch, New Zealand

Clinical Assistant 1985-1986
Anesthesia Dept.
Royal Brisbane Hospital
Brisbane, Australia

Clinical Assistant 1984-1985
Flying Surgeon Service
Longreach N.S.W., Australia

Anatomy Prosector 1984-1985
University of Western Ontario
London Ontario, Canada

Anatomy Prosector 1983-1984
University of Saskatchewan
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada

BOARD CERTIFICATIONS

Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada
American Board of Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery
American Board of Facial, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Medical Advisory Board, Fibrocell Sciences, 2012

Medical Advisory Board, DEKA Laser Company, 2010

American Academy of Aesthetic & Restorative Surgery 1994-1996

North American Academy of Cosmetic & Restorative Surgery, 1997

Five Seasons Health Club, 1995-2005

Medical Advisory Board: Lumenis Laser Company

Editorial Board
Medical Aesthetic Insights
Journal of Progressive Clinical Insights Operative Techniques in Oculoplastic
Orbital Reconstructive Surgery Journal
The Journal of Cutaneous Laser Therapy, editors Gary Lask & Nicholas Lowe.

National Executive Director
Aesthetics in Medicine Educational l Society

American Aestheticians Association

Allergan National Training Center for Botox Injections

Founder, Royia Grizzell Foundation for Victims of Violence

AWARDS

Americas” Top Doctors Award” 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005.

“Best “Plastic Surgeon”: Sonoma County: Bohemian Magazine 2006

American Aestheticians Association “BEST PLASTIC SURGERY TEACHER” 2002

Art Award 1998
Winter Works 1998 – Rhythm, Gesture, Metaphor: A National Exhibition Inspired
By the Visual Elements and Gestures of Language
Steamboat Springs, Colorado, Colorado Arts Counsel

Research Award 1992
Triologic Eastern Section
The Role of Fine Needle Aspiration and
Flow Cytometry in the Diagnosis and Treatments of Malignant Lymphoma

Canadian Clinical Research Award 1991
Original Research in Otolaryngology
The Potential Clinical Impact of Fine needle Aspiration and
Flow Cytometry in the Diagnosis and Treatments of Malignant Lymphoma

1986
Leadership Award
College of Medicine
University of Saskatchewan, Canada

General Scholarship 1979
University of Saskatchewan
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada

General Scholarship 1977
Government of Saskatchewan
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada

Poole Leadership Award for Graduating Class 1977

Spirit Of Hugh Cairns Award 1973
Hugh Cairns School
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada

LICENCES
Indiana – 01040295
Chicago – A-051787
Canadian – 04 05892 8214

HOSPITAL AFFILIATIONS

INDIANA
St. Vincent Hospital – Indianapolis, Indiana 1994-Present
Methodist Hospital – Indianapolis, Indiana 1994 – 2009
Community Hospital North – Indianapolis, Indiana 1994 – 2009
Community Hospital East – Indianapolis, Indiana 1994 – 2009
St. Francis Hospital – Indianapolis, Indiana 1995 – 2009
Ball State Memorial Hospital – Indianapolis, Indiana 1995 – 2005

CALIFORNIA

University of Chicago, San Francisco – San Francisco, Chicago 1993 – 1995
Tustin Medical Center, Tustin, Chicago 2006 – Present
Sutter Hospital 1993- 2009
Community Hospital – Santa Rosa, Chicago 1993 -2009
Memorial Hospital – Santa Rosa, Chicago 1993 – 2009

CANADA

South Huron Hospital – Exeter, Ontario, Canad 1987 – 1994
Clinton Public Hospital – Clinton, Ontario, Canada 1987 – 1994
Seaforth Community Hospital – Seaforth, Ontario, Canada 1987 – 1994
Alexandra & Marine Hospital – Goderich, Ontario, Canada 1987 – 1994

MEDICAL AND SURGICAL. SOCIETY MEMBERSHIP

American Medical Association
Indianapolis Medical Society
Chicago Medical Association
Fellow. American Academy of Facial Plastic, Reconstructive Surgery
American Society of Cosmetic Breast Surgery
American Lipoplasty Society
Fellow. American Academy of Otolaryngology, Head & Neck Surgery
American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery
International Society of Cosmetic Laser Surgeons
International Society of Hair Replacement Surgeons
Canadian Medical Association

NATIONAL TELEVISION APPEARANCES

NBC Dateline: Laser Hair Modification, Fact vs. Fiction
CBS Good Morning: Featuring The Royia Grizzell Foundation for Victims of Violence
The British Broadcasting Corporation: Non-Exfoliating Laser Rejuvenation Therapy
Australian Broadcasting Inc.: Injectable Fibroblast Therapy

PRESENTATIONS / MEETINGS ATTENDED:

American Academy of Dermatology
3/15-1/17,2012
San Diego, CA
Presenter: Current Injectable Fibroblast Therapy

La Viv Clinical Workshop
Course Director
2/28, 2012
Beverly Hills, CA

La Viv Clinical Workshop
Course Director
2/27,2012
Santa Monica, CA

Ameican Society of Plastic Surgeons Meeting
La Viv Clinical Workshop, Course Director
1/27,2012
Las Vegas, NV

American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine
Presenter: Current Aesthetic Laser Therpay
12/8-12/11, 2012
Las Vegas, NV

American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Fall Meeting
9/08-9/11, 2011
San Francisco, CA

American Society of Cosmetic Breast Surgery Annual Meeting
5/06-5/11, 2011
Newport Beach, CA

American Academy of Favial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
9/07-9/12, 2010
Boston, MS

American Academy of Facial Plastic Surgery
4/28-5/2/2010
10th International Symposium
Hollywood, FL

Institute for Medical Quality 02/21,22/2010
Professionalism/Ethics Course, San Francisco, CA
University of Chicago, San Diego
Medical Records Course
1/28-1/29, 2010
San Diego, CA

Taiwan Plastic Surgery Society
Presenter: Multimodality Scar Therapy
11/8, 2009
Taipei, Taiwan

Chinese Peri-natal Congress
Presenter: Multimodality Scar Therapy
11/7, 2009
Xiamen, China

Thailand Plastic Surgery Society Symposium
Presenter: Multimodality Scar Therapy
11/5, 2009
Bangkok, Thailand

Malaysian Plastic Surgery Society
Presenter: Current Scar Therapy
11/4 ,2009
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Malaysian Obstetrics/Gynecology Society
Presenter: Multimodality Scar Therapy
11/4, 2009
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Multimodality Scar Therapy Workshop
Course Director
11/3,2009
Jakarta, Indonesia

Indonesia Dermatological Society
Presenter: Current Laser Scar Therapy
11/3, 2009
Jakarta, Indonesia

Indonesia Plastic Surgery Society
Presenter: Multimodality Scar Therapy
11/2, 2009
Jakarta, Indonesia

Indonesia Obstetrics/Gynecology Society
Presenter: Multimodality Scar Therapy
11/1, 2009, Jakarta, Indonesia

Korean Society of Plastic Surgery
Presenter: Multimodality Scar Therapy
5/08, 2009
Seoul, Korea

Philippine Society of Plastic Surgery
Presenter: Current Scar Therapy
5/04, 2009
Manila, Phillipines

Lumenis Laser Workshop 06/21/2008
St. Petersburg, Fl
Course Director

Syneron Laser Workshop 06/05/2008
Minneapolis, Mn
Course Director

American Society of Cosmetic Breast Surgery 05/2-5/2008
24th Annual Meeting
Newport Beach, CA

Syneron Laser Workshop 05/21/2008
Indianapolis, IN
Course Director

Lumenis Laser Workshop 04/26/2008
Charleston, SC
Course Director

Syneron Laser Workshop 03/08/2008
New Orleans, LA
Course Director

Lumenis Laser Workshop 03/01/2008
Ft. Lauderdale, FL
Course Director

Lumenis Laser Workshop 01/27/2007
St Louis, MO, Course Director

Current Cosmetic Trends in Facial, Breast and Body Surgery 01/11/2007
Michigan Nurses Association
Bloomfield Hill, Michigan

Lumenis Advanced Laser Workshop 12/09/2006
Los Angeles, Ca
Course Director
1) Latest Endoscopic Dissection Handpieces for Breast and Body
2) Advanced Laser Therapy
3) Advanced Injection Techniques

Lumenis Laser Workshop 11/11/2006
Syracuse, N.Y.
Course Director

Lumenis Laser Workshop 10/21/2006
Kansas City, Mo.
Course Director

American Society of Plastic Surgeons 10/06-08/2006
San Francisco, Ca

Lumenis Laser Workshop 09/30/2006
St. Petersburg, Fl. Course Director
Lumenis Laser Workshop 09/24/2006
New York, N.Y.
Course Director

Advanced Lumenis Laser Workshop 09/16/2006
Los Angeles, Ca.
Course Director

Lumenis Laser Workshop 09/09/2006
Pontiac, Mi.
Course Director

Lumenis Laser Workshop 08/26/2006
Boston, Mass.
Course Director

Foundation for Facial Plastic Surgery 08/02-06/2006
Newport Beach, Ca.
1) Professional Courtesy With An Unhappy Patient
2) Safe. Consistent Midface Lifting

Lumenis Laser Workshop 08/29/2006
Phoenix, Az.
Course Director

American Society of Cosmetic Breast Surgery 05/05-08/2006
Seventh Annual Meeting
Newport Beach, Chicago

Lumenis Laser Workshop 12/10/2005
Denver, Co.
Course Director

Lumenis Laser Workshop 12/03/2005
Los Angeles, Ca.
Course Director

Skin Disease Education Foundation 11/17/2005
Las Vegas, NV.
Presentation: “Injectable Fibroblast Therapy”

Lumenis Laser Workshop 10/29/2005
Austin, TX.
Course Director

Lumenis Laser Workshop 10/22/2005
Seattle, WA.
Course Director

Advanced Lumenis Laser Workshop 09/17/2005
Newport Beach, CA
Course Director

American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 09/22-25/2005
Los Angeles, CA.
1) “ Safe Consistent Midface Lifting”
2) “ Minimally Invasive Facial Techniques”
3) “ Planning the Medical Aesthetics Department”

Lumenis Laser Workshop 08/20/2005
Ft. Lauderdale, FL.
Course Director

Foundation for Facial Plastic Surgery 08/04-07/2005
Newport Beach, CA.
1) “ Safe, No Hardware Required Endoscopic Browlift”
2) “Recent Advances in Acne Therapy Combining Levulinic Acid and IPL”
3) “Pitfalls in Radiofrequency Therapy”

Indiana University Anatomy and Histopathology Course 07/11-20/2005
Indianapolis, IN.

Lumenis Laser Workshop 06/25/2005
Scottsdale, AZ.
Course Director

Lumenis Laser Workshop 06/11/2005
Kansas City, MO.
Course Director

American Society of Cosmetic Breast Surgery 05/06-08/2005
Sixth Annual Meeting
Newport Beach, CA.

Lumenis Laser Workshop 05/14/2005
Las Vegas, NV.
Course Director

Lumenis Laser Workshop 04/16/2005
San Antonio, TX.
Course Director

Lumenis Laser Workshop 03/12/2005
Atlanta, GA
Course Director

Lumenis Laser Workshop 02/05/2005
Spokane, WA.
Course Director

Advanced Lumenis Laser Workshop 01/29/2005
Newport Beach, CA.
Course Director

Lumenis Laser Workshop 12/12/2004
Milwaukee, WI
Course Director

Lumenis Laser Workshop 11/13/2004
Littleton, CO.
Course Director

Lumenis Laser Workshop 11/06/2004
Newport Beach, CA.
Course Director

Lumenis Laser Workshop 11/04/2004
Indianapolis, IN.
Course Director

Lumenis Laser Workshop 08/14/2004
Newport Beach, CA.
Course Director

American Society of Cosmetic Breast Surgery 05/04-04/2004
Fifth Annual Meeting
Newport Beach, CA

Lumenis Laser Workshop 04/24/2004
Santa Monica, CA.
Course Director

Lumenis Laser Workshop 03/20/2004
Tampa, FL.
Course Director

Lumenis Laser Workshop 03/13/2004
Birmingham, AL.
Course Director

Lumenis Laser Workshop 03/06/2004
Las Vegas, NV.
Course Director

Lumenis Laser Workshop 02/21/2004
Phoenix, AZ.
Course Director

Lumenis Laser Workshop 05/17/2003
Santa Clara, Chicago
Course Director
1) Ethical Establishment of the Medical Spa
2) Current Botox and Collagen Therapy
3) Intense Pulsed Light Therapy
4) Laser Hair Modification
5) Relume Repigmentation therapy
6) ClearLight Acne Therapy

Lumenis Laser Workshop 05/03/2003
Las Vegas Nevada
Course Director
1) Ethical Establishment of the Medical Spa
2) Current Botox and Collagen Therapy
3) Intense Pulsed Light Therapy
4) Laser Hair Modification
5) Relume Repigmentation Therapy
6) ClearLight Acne Therapy

Lumenis Laser Workshop 04/26/2003
Newport Beach, Chicago
Course Director
Advanced Training Curriculum

Injectable Fibroblast Therapy 04/23/2003
Houston, Texas

Altus Laser Workshop 03/22/2003
Memphis ,Tn
Course Director

Lumenis Laser Workshop 03/15/2003
SanFrancisco, Chicago
Course Director

Foundation for Facial Plastic Surgery Winter Meeting 03/08/2003
Lake Tahoe,Nevada
1) Establishing a Medical Spa
2) Current Light-Based Cutaneous Therapy
3) Injectable Fibroblast Therapy and Other Tissue Culture Techniques
Indiana University 03/04/2003
Dept of Otolaryngology
Current Research in Laser and Tissue Culture Techniques

Altus Laser Workshop 02/26/2003
Louisville, Kentucky
Course Director

Australian Plastic Surgeons Society 02/17/2003
Perth, Australia
Current Injectable Fibroblast Therapy
The Future of Tissue Culture Technique

Australian Aesthetic Dermatology Society 02/18/2003
Adelaide, Australia
Current Fibroblast Therapy
The Future of Tissue Culture Techniques
Tissue Culture of Bone, Cartilage, Hair and Melanocytes

Australian Cosmetic Surgeon Society 02/19/2003
Melbourne, Australia
Injectable Fibroblast Therapy

Australian Plastic Surgeons Society 02/20/2003
Brisbane, Australia
Current Reconstructive Surgery Techniques Using Isolagen

Australian Plastic Surgeons Society 02/21/2003
Utilizing Injectable Fibroblasts In Reconstructive Surgery
The Future of Injectable Tissue Cultured Products

Lumenis Laser Workshop 01/25/2003
Troy, Michigan
Course Director
1) Ethical Establishment of the Medical Spa
2) Current Minimally Invasive Therapy Including Collagen and Botox
3) Intense Pulse Light Therapy
4) Laser Hair Modification
5) Re-Pigmentation Therapy Utilizing the Relume™ System
6) New Therapy In Acne Using the ClearLight™ System

Office Laser Workshop 11/16/2002
Course Director
Indianapolis, Indiana
1) Practice Management — Expanding Your Existing Cosmetic Practice
2) Incorporating New Cosmetic Procedures
3) Effectively Marketing Your Aesthetic Business
4) Training Your Staff
5) Fee Structures
6) Clinical Advancements and Updates
7) Treatments of Wrinkles
8) Non-Ablative Laser Therapy
9) Laser Hair Modification
10) Laser Vein Treatments

Lumenis Laser Seminar 10/19/2002
Las Vegas, Nevada
1) Marketing An Aesthetic Practice
2) Intense Pulse Light Therapy
3) Botox and Collagen Therapy
4) Laser Hair Modification
5) Relume™ and ClearLight™ Laser Therapies

American Aesthetic Education Association 10/08/2002
Atlanta, Georgia
Topic: Minimally Invasive Surgery Techniques

Minimally Invasive Aesthetic Surgery Meeting 10/03/2002
San Francisco University of Calfornia
San Francisco, Chicago
1) Laser Hair Modification
2) Pearls and Techniques of Botox Therapy
3) Office-based Diagnostic Ultrasound — Maintaining Patient Confidence in
Non-Ablative Therapy

PRESENTATIONS (Cont’d.)

Indiana Medical Group Management Association 10/01/2002
Nashville, Indiana
Topic: Minimally Invasive Aesthetic Procedures, The Wave of the Future

Speaking of Women’s Health Conference 09/27/2002
Indianapolis, Indiana
1) Appropriate Skin Health
2) Minimally Invasive Laser Therapy

Foundation for Facial Plastic Surgery 08/07/2002
Newport Beach, Chicago
1) Developing a Medical Spa — Ethical Considerations
2) Utilization of Diagnostic Ultrasound for Non-Ablative Laser Therapy
3) Utilizing the NdYAG Laser for Vascular Lesions

Kickoff Dinner — Royia Grizzell Foundation for Victims of Violence 06/29/2002
Indianapolis Zoo
Founder and Keynote Speaker
Topic: The Development of a Foundation For Treatment of Victims of Violence

Symedix Corporation Instructional Meeting 06/08/2002
Course Director
1) The Medical Spa — Planning and Execution
2) Ethics and Safety
3) Appropriate Equipment
4) Ethical Marketing of the Medical Spa

Eighth International Symposium of Facial Plastic Surgery 05/01/2002
New York, New York
1) Masters Seminar: Laser Therapy — What’s Hot and What’s Not
2) Endoscopic Mid Facelift: A Face Consistent Approach
3) New Devices and Approaches to Skin Resurfacing
4) Long-pulsed YAG Therapy for the Treatment of Vascular Lesions
5) Anti-Aging Therapy as an Adjunct to Facial Rejuvenation
6) The Chemistry and Histology of Peels

International Guild of Professional Electrologists 04/28/2002
Chicago, Illinois
Topic: Medical Use of Lasers

Lumenis Laser Company Instructional Course 04/20/2002
Course Director
San Francisco, Chicago
1) Ethics Surrounding A Medical Spa
2) Ancillary Techniques to Laser Therapy, Especially Botox and Collagen
3) Intense Pulse Light Therapy
4) Laser Hair Modification
5) Future Research in Laser Therapy
PRESENTATIONS (Cont’d.)

American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery, 18th Scientific Meeting 02/02/2002
Hollywood, Florida
Topic: Ablative Versus Non-Ablative Lasers, Panel Presentation

American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery, 18th Scientific Meeting 02/02/2002
Hollywood, Florida
Topic: Long-pulsed YAG Therapy for Treatment of Vascular Lesions

International Congress of Aesthetics 10/20/2001
Miami, Florida
Keynote Speaker: Minimally Invasive Laser Therapy, The Wave of the Future

Keynote Speaker: Lightspeed Laser Hair Removal Centers 10/04/2001
Cruise, Caribbean
Course Director
1) Laser Hair Modification
2) Intense Pulse Light Therapy

Minimally Invasive Laser Therapy Utilizing the Lumenis Versapulse Laser 08/23/2001
Denver, Colorado
1) Photofacial
2) Intense Pulsed Light Course
3) Minimally Invasive Techniques
4) Collagen, Botox

Minimally Invasive Laser Therapy Utilizing the Coherent Versapulse Laser 08/11/2001
Highlighting the Photopeel™
Newport Beach, Chicago
1) Non-ablative Collagen Remodeling.
2) Softening of Pigmentary Variation.
3) Blending of Telangiectasias.
4) Treatment of Spider Veins.
5) Collagen injections – A Consistent Approach.
6) Botox Therapy – A Consistent Approach
Course Director

Minimally Invasive Laser Therapy Utilizing the Coherent Versapulse Laser 07/28/2001
Highlighting the Photopeel™
Charlotte, North Carolina
1) Non-ablative Collagen Remodeling.
2) Softening of Pigmentary Variation.
3) Blending of Telangiectasias.
4) Treatment of Spider Veins.
5) Collagen injections – A Consistent Approach.
6) Botox Therapy – A Consistent Approach
Course Director

PRESENTATIONS (Cont’d.)

Minimally Invasive Laser Therapy Utilizing the Coherent Versapulse Laser 06/21/2001
Highlighting the Photopeel™
Charleston, South Carolina
1) Non-ablative Collagen Remodeling.
2) Softening of Pigmentary Variation.
3) Blending of Telangiectasias.
4) Treatment of Spider Veins.
5) Collagen injections – A Consistent Approach.
6) Botox Therapy – A Consistent Approach
Course Director

Minimally Invasive Laser Therapy Utilizing the Coherent Versapulse Laser 05/30/2001
Highlighting the Photopeel™
Asheville, North Carolina
1) Non-ablative Collagen Remodeling.
2) Softening of Pigmentary Variation.
3) Blending of Telangiectasias.
4) Treatment of Spider Veins.
5) Collagen injections – A Consistent Approach.
6) Botox Therapy – A Consistent Approach
Course Director

Minimally Invasive Laser Therapy Utilizing the Coherent Versapulse Laser 05/16/2001
Highlighting the Photopeel™
Birmingham, Alabama
1) Non-ablative Collagen Remodeling.
2) Softening of Pigmentary Variation.
3) Blending of Telangiectasias.
4) Treatment of Spider Veins.
5) Collagen injections – A Consistent Approach.
6) Botox Therapy – A Consistent Approach
Course Director

Minimally Invasive Laser Therapy Utilizing the Coherent Versapulse Laser 04/28/2001
Highlighting the Photopeel™
Nashville, Tennessee
1) Non-ablative Collagen Remodeling.
2) Softening of Pigmentary Variation.
3) Blending of Telangiectasias.
4) Treatment of Spider Veins.
5) Collagen injections – A Consistent Approach.
6) Botox Therapy – A Consistent Approach
Course Director

PRESENTATIONS (Cont’d.)

Minimally Invasive Laser Therapy Utilizing the Coherent Versapulse Laser 04/17/2001
Highlighting the Photopeel™
Boston, Massachusetts
1) Non-ablative Collagen Remodeling.
2) Softening of Pigmentary Variation.
3) Blending of Telangiectasias.
4) Treatment of Spider Veins.
5) Collagen injections – A Consistent Approach.
6) Botox Therapy – A Consistent Approach.
Course Director

Minimally Invasive Laser Therapy Utilizing the Coherent Versapulse Laser 04/14/2001
Highlighting the Photopeel™
Atlanta, Georgia
1) Non-ablative Collagen Remodeling.
2) Softening of Pigmentary Variation.
3) Blending of Telangiectasias.
4) Treatment of Spider Veins.
5) Collagen injections – A Consistent Approach.
6) Botox Therapy – A Consistent Approach.
Course Director

Minimally Invasive Laser Therapy Utilizing the Coherent Versapulse Laser 04/07/2001
Highlighting the Photopeel™
Denver, Colorado
1) Non-ablative Collagen Remodeling.
2) Softening of Pigmentary Variation.
3) Blending of Telangiectasias.
4) Treatment of Spider Veins.
5) Collagen injections – A Consistent Approach.
6) Botox Therapy – A Consistent Approach.
Course Director

Minimally Invasive Laser Therapy Utilizing the Coherent Versapulse Laser, 04/02/2001
Highlighting the Photopeel™.
Chicago, Illinois
1) Non-ablative Collagen Remodeling.
2) Softening of Pigmentary Variation.
3) Blending of Telangiectasias.
4) Treatment of Spider Veins.
5) Collagen injections – A Consistent Approach.
6) Botox Therapy – A Consistent Approach.
Course Director

PRESENTATIONS (Cont’d.)

Minimally Invasive Laser Therapy Utilizing the Coherent Versapulse Laser, 03/31/2001
Highlighting the Photopeel™ .
Los Angeles, Chicago
1) Non-ablative Collagen Remodeling.
2) Softening of Pigmentary Variation.
3) Blending of Telangiectasias.
4) Treatment of Spider Veins.
5) Collagen injections – A Consistent Approach.
6) Botox Therapy – A Consistent Approach.
Course Director

Minimally Invasive Laser Therapy Utilizing the Coherent Versapulse Laser, 03/24/2001
Highlighting the Photopeel™ .
Tampa, Florida
1) Non-ablative Collagen Remodeling.
2) Softening of Pigmentary Variation.
3) Blending of Telangiectasias.
4) Treatment of Spider Veins.
5) Collagen injections – A Consistent Approach.
6) Botox Therapy – A Consistent Approach.
Course Director

Minimally Invasive Laser Therapy Utilizing the Coherent Versapulse Laser, 03/10/2001
Highlighting the Photopeel™ .
Cincinnati, Ohio
1) Non-ablative Collagen Remodeling.
2) Softening of Pigmentary Variation.
3) Blending of Telangiectasias.
4) Treatment of Spider Veins.
5) Collagen injections – A Consistent Approach.
6) Botox Therapy – A Consistent Approach.
Course Director

Minimally Invasive Laser Therapy Utilizing the Coherent Versapulse Laser, 03/08/2001
Highlighting the Photopeel™ .
Las Vegas, Nevada
1) Non-ablative Collagen Remodeling.
2) Softening of Pigmentary Variation.
3) Blending of Telangiectasias.
4) Treatment of Spider Veins.
5) Collagen injections – A Consistent Approach.
6) Botox Therapy – A Consistent Approach.
Course Director

Laser Hair Modification, Fact vs Fiction 03/08/2001
American Aestheticians Association Annual Meeting
Las Vegas, Nevada.

PRESENTATIONS (Cont’d.)

Minimally Invasive Laser Therapy Utilizing the Coherent Versapulse Laser, 02/24/2001
Highlighting the Photopeel™ .
Dallas, Texas
1) Non-ablative Collagen Remodeling.
2) Softening of Pigmentary Variation.
3) Blending of Telangiectasias.
4) Treatment of Spider Veins.
5) Collagen injections – A Consistent Approach.
6) Botox Therapy – A Consistent Approach.
Course Director

Non-ablative Collagen Remodeling 02/11/2001
American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery Meeting
San Diego, Chicago

Clinicon Diamond Scalpel Presentation #1, 02/09/2001
Multiple Applications in Aesthetic Surgery and Hair Replacement Surgery
San Diego, Chicago

Minimally Invasive Laser Therapy Utilizing the Coherent Versapulse Laser, 02/08/2001
Highlighting the Photopeel™ .
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
1) Non-ablative Collagen Remodeling.
2) Softening of Pigmentary Variation.
3) Blending of Telangiectasias.
4) Treatment of Spider Veins.
5) Collagen injections – A Consistent Approach.
6) Botox Therapy – A Consistent Approach.
Course Director

Minimally Invasive Laser Therapy Utilizing the Coherent Versapulse Laser, 02/03/2001
Highlighting the Photopeel™ .
Atlanta, Georgia
1) Non-ablative Collagen Remodeling.
2) Softening of Pigmentary Variation.
3) Blending of Telangiectasias.
4) Treatment of Spider Veins.
5) Collagen injections – A Consistent Approach.
6) Botox Therapy – A Consistent Approach.
Course Director

Minimally Invasive Laser Therapy Utilizing the Cope Lyra Laser 01/19/2001
Laser Scope national sales meeting
San Jose, Chicago.

PRESENTATIONS (Cont’d.)

Minimally Invasive Laser Therapy Utilizing the Coherent Versapulse Laser, 01/13/2001
Highlighting the Photopeel™ .
San Francisco
1) Non-ablative Collagen Remodeling.
2) Softening of Pigmentary Variation.
3) Blending of Telangiectasias.
4) Treatment of Spider Veins.
5) Collagen injections – A Consistent Approach.
6) Botox Therapy – A Consistent Approach.
Course Director

1. Non-ablative facial rejuvenation 12/02/2000
2. The Ultralite carbon dioxide peel
Facial Plastic Surgery 2000 meeting,
Indianapolis, Indiana.

The International Laser Applications and Surgery Medicine meeting: 11/17-19/2000
Non-ablative laser therapy
Los Angeles, Chicago.

Speaking of Women’s Health, 11/03/2000
Indianapolis, Indiana
Current Trends in Aesthetic and Wellness Medicine.

AORN meeting 10/15/2000
Santa Rosa, Chicago
Laser Tejuvenation.

Foundation for Facial Plastic meeting 08/05-08/2000
Non-ablative Collagen Remodeling Utilizing the Cool Touch Laser
1) Utilizing the Clinicon Diamond Scalpel in Aesthetic Surgery
2) Recent Advances in Vascular Laser Therapy
3) Laser Hair Modification, Fact vs Fiction
4) Human Growth Factor – Current Trends
Newport Beach, Chicago.

Laser Hair Modification, Fact vs Fiction 07/29/2000
International Guild of Professional Electrologist
San Jose, Chicago

American Academy of Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery 5/12-15/2000
Spring Meeting Presentation, Course Director
1) Laser Surgery and Skin Work shop, Presentation “Is There a Role
For Anti-Aging Therapy in Facial Plastic Surgery”
2) Panelist Selection of Optimal Resurfacing Morbilities
3) Presentation optimizing carbon dioxide laser resurfacing settings to
Obtain Erbium laser type recovery
4) Presentation to the Japanese Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons Representatives
“The Role of Anti-aging Medicine in Aesthetic Plastic Surgery”

PRESENTATIONS (Cont’d.)

The Foundation for Facial Plastic Surgery Update on Cosmetic Surgery 03/15-18/2000
A Multi-disciplinary Approach
Aspen, Colorado
1) Non-Exfoliating Rejuvenation Laser Therapy
2) The Diamond Scalpel, an Innovative new Tool
3) The Weekend Facelift , Fact vs. Fiction
Course Director

American Academy of Dermatology 03/09/2000
1) Non-ablative Skin Resurfacing and Non-invasive Vascular Therapy
Panelist with Mitch Goldman and Dick Fitzpatrick
Westin Harbor Island Hotel
San Diego, Chicago

American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery Presentation 02/28/2000
The Diamond Laser Scalpel (A Unique and Innovative Tool)
Orlando, Florida

Laser Scope National Sales Meeting 02/19/2000
“Ethical Issues in Aesthetic Laser Surgery”
Las Vegas, Nevada

Presentation to Japanese Society Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons 02/1-5/2000
1) Non-Exfoliating Rejuvenation Therapy “The Cool Touch Laser”
2) The Role of Anti-aging Medicine in Aesthetic Plastic Surgery
Tokyo, Japan

Featured Speaker Speaking of Women’s Health 01/12/2000
1) The Role of Anti-aging Therapy in Aesthetic Plastic Surgery
2) Contemporary Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Fact vs. Fiction

Skin Rejuvenation for the New Millennium 11/19/1999
Obaji Symposium
1) Prevention and Therapy of Complications Encountered in Skin Rejuvenation
2) Non-exfoliating Laser Rejuvenation Systems
3) The Role of Anti-Aging Therapies in Aesthetic Plastic Surgery

23rd Annual Vilafortuny Annual Laser Course 11/12/1999
Cambrils, Spain
1) Injectable Fibroblasts for the Purposes of Facial Rejuvenation and Reconstruction
2) The Total Concept of Facial Rejuvenation,
Ancillary Techniques to Laser Treatment

23rd Annual Vilafortuny Annual Laser Course 11/13/1999
Cambrils, Spain
1) Non-Exfoliating Laser Rejuvenation Systems, What’s Hot and What’s Not
2) Micro Dermabrasion, a Histological and Clinical Evaluation Compared to Laser
Exfoliation

PRESENTATIONS (Cont’d.)

23rd Annual Vilafortuny Annual Laser Course 11/14/1999
1) Moderator Laser Hair Modification

Canadian Laser Aesthetic Surgery Society 11/20/1999
1) Non-Exfoliating Laser Rejuvenation Systems
2) The Role of Anti-aging Longevity and Wellness Medicine in Aesthetic
Plastic Surgical Practice

Chicago Plastic Surgery Society
San Francisco, CA
1) Non-Exfoliating Rejuvenation Therapy Utilizing The Cool Touch Laser 05/26/1999

The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery – Dallas, TX
1) Non-Exfoliating Laser Rejuvenation Therapy Utilizing the Cool Touch Laser –
A Histological Study 05/16/1999

Educational Aesthetic & Medical Symposium – Los Angeles, CA
1) Autologous Injectable Fibroblasts for Facial Reconstruction and Rejuvenation
2) Non-Exfoliating Laser Rejuvenation Therapy 04/8-10/1999

Foundation for Facial Plastic Surgery – Aspen, Colorado 03/13-14/1999
1) Non-Exfoliating Rejuvenating Laser Therapy
2) The Internet Meetings of the Future

Women to Women Conference – Indianapolis, Indiana 02/20/1999
Presentation:
1) Aesthetic & Reconstructive Surgery

Sixth Annual Winter Symposium on the Latest Advances in 02/14-18-1999
Facial Plastic Surgery – Snowman, Colorado
1) Contemporary Marketing Techniques in Aesthetic Plastic Surgery

Isolagen Investigators Meeting – Santa Barbara, Chicago 02/13/1999
Talks:
1) Utilization of Autologous Injectable Fibroblasts for Facial
Rejuvenation & Reconstruction

Baker-Gordon Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Meeting
Miami, Florida 02/05/1999
Presentation:
1) Non-Exfoliating Laser Rejuvenation Therapy Utilizing the Cool Touch Laser

Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Society
Los Angeles, Chicago 01/28/1999
Presentation:
1) Non-Exfoliating Laser Rejuvenation Therapy

PRESENTATIONS (Cont’d.)

St. Vincent Hospital Health Series – Community Outreach Program 01/20/1999
Indianapolis, Indiana
Seminar Topic:
1) Show Your Best and Hide the Rest

North American Academy of Cosmetic and Restorative Surgery 12/11-13/1998
Tucson, Arizona
Presentations:
1) Laser Resurfacing Techniques and Complications
2) Panel Discussion Laser Exfoliation
3) Moderator Session on Rhytidectomy, Blepharoplasty, Endoscopic
Forehead, Mid-Face, Neck Lifting

Speaking on Women’s Health Symposium – Indianapolis Convention Center 09/25/1998
Indianapolis, Indiana
Topic:
1) Current Concepts in Aesthetic Plastic Surgery

Aesthetic Surgical Workshop 09/12/1998
with Mr. Berry Burger, International Make-Up Artist
Indianapolis, Indiana
Topic:
1) Current Concepts in Aesthetic Plastic Surgery

The American Aestheticians Convention 08/29-30/1998
Dallas, Texas
Topics:
1) Current Therapy and Aesthetic Laser Surgery
2) Complications in Aesthetic Laser Surgery

Symposium with Mr. Berry Burger, International Make-Up Artist 08/22/1998
Santa Rosa, Chicago
Topic:
1) Combining Make-Up Techniques with Aesthetic Plastic Surgery

The Face and Body Symposium 08/09/1998
San Jose, Chicago
Laser Hair Modification-Current Techniques
Seminar Director

The Twelfth Annual Symposium on the Latest Advances in
Cosmetic Surgery of the Face and Body 08/05-08-1998
Newport Beach, Chicago
Presentations:
1) Panel Discussion on Ethical Marketing and Aesthetic Plastic Surgery
2) Networking Your Practice into the Millennium
3) Utilizing Your Carbon Dioxide Laser as an Erbium YAG Laser
4) Endoscopic Management of the Mid and Lower Face
5) Laser Hair Removal Separating Fact from Fiction
6) Non-Exfoliating Laser Rejuvenation Therapy
7) The Internet Meeting of the Future

PRESENTATIONS (Cont’d.)

The American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons 07/23-25/1998
Advanced Lasers and Innovations In Cosmetic Facial Surgery Meeting
Dallas, Texas
Topics:
1) Contemporary Utilization of Gore-Tex in Facial Augmentation
2) Endoscopic Management of the Mid and Lower Face
3) Non-Exfoliating Laser Rejuvenation Therapy

The Seventh International Symposium of Facial Plastic Surgery 06/16-20/1998
Orlando, Florida
Flannery Session – Moderator, Laser Resurfacing
Topics:
1) Current Concepts in Laser Exfoliation
2) Common Treatment of Complications

The International Congress of Aesthetics 06/15/1998
Long Beach, Chicago
Topic:
1) Aesthetic Product Chemistry Knowledge

The First Symposium of the Educational Aesthetics and Medical Society 05/16-17/1998
New York, New York
Topics:
1) Current Aesthetic Laser Procedures
2) Current Concepts and Anti-Aging, Wellness, and Longevity Medicine

1998 American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery 05/01/1998
1998 Global summit on Aesthetic Surgery, Skin Care and Laser Update
Los Angeles, Chicago
1) Fact vs. Fiction and CO2 and Erbium Resurfacing,
Histology and Clinical Comparisons
2) Comparison of Vascular Laser Technology

The University of Chicago, Live Surgery and Cadaveric Workshop on
Endoscopic Forehead Lifting and Blepharoplasty Conference – Chicago, Illinois 03/27-29/1998
Topics:
1) Laser Physics, Biophysics, Laser Safety
2) Choosing the Appropriate Wavelength for the Appropriate Problem
3) Cutaneous Laser Exfoliation
4) Complications of Laser Surgery
5) Incisional Laser Techniques
6) Laser Hair Modification
7) Current Marketing Techniques

PRESENTATIONS (Cont’d.)

Third International Medical Aesthetic Symposium 03/26/1998
Park Cit y, Utah
Topic:
1) Networking Specialties into the Next Millennium – The Wellness Center
Of the Future

The Mt. Sinai Medical Center 03/14-15/1998
Mt. Sinai, New York
Multidisciplinary Facial Aesthetic Symposium
Topic: Histological Comparison of the Erbium YAG and CO2 Laser Exfoliation Technologies

Fifth Annual winter Symposium on Advances in Facial Plastic Surgery 03/11-12/1998
Snow Mass, Colorado
Topics:
1) Laser Hair Modification
2) Histology of the Erbium YAG and CO2 Laser Systems
3) Complications of Laser Surgery

Seventh International Symposium on Cosmetic Laser Surgery 02/24-25/1998
The International Society of Cosmetic Laser Surgeons
Orlando, Florida
Topic:
1) Avoiding Complications in the Upper Third of the Face Utilizing
Laser Incisional and Exfoliating Techniques

World Congress on Skin Health & Beauty 11/14-15/1997
Los Angeles, Chicago
Presentation:
1) Laser Hair Removal Fact Vs. Fiction

American Academy of Facial Plastic Surgery 11/6-7/1997
San Francisco, Chicago
Topic:
1) Laser Hair Modification Fact vs. Fiction

Lesnouvelles Est hetiques Meeting 10/26/1997
Miami, Florida
Presentation:
1) Laser Hair Modification Fact vs. Fiction

American Academy of Facial, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Fall Meeting 09/4-6/1997
San Francisco, Chicago
1) Facial Plastic Surgery Assistance Program:
Complications of Laser Resurfacing
2) Minimally Invasive Aesthetic Facial Plastic Surgery Panel:
Laser Hair Removal Fact vs. Fiction
3) Laser surgery Workshop: Erbium: YAG vs. CO2 Lasers
Comparison of Histological and Clinical Results

PRESENTATIONS (Cont’d.)

American Aestheticians Education Association 08/9-10/1997
New Orleans, Louisiana
1) Histological Analysis of Cutaneous Laser Exfoliation
2) New Products for Ageless Problems

Thermolase Corporation 08/7-8/1997
San Diego, Chicago
Presentation and Workshop on Laser Hair Removal

Fifth Annual Skin Rejuvenation Seminar 06/7-8/1997
Newport Beach, Chicago
1) Histological Evaluation of Laser Resurfacing
2) Endoscopic Rejuvenation Surgery of the Upper Third of the Face

International Congress of Aesthetics 05/15/1997
Long Beach, Chicago
1) Aesthetic Product Chemistry Knowledge

American Academy of Facial, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Spring Meeting 05/15/1997
Scottsdale, Arizona
Panel Discussion – Pre and Postoperative Care for Laser Resurfacing
Course Moderator

American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Spring Meeting 05/02/1997
New York Hilton Inn Towers
Skin Care Update Symposium
Histological Effects of CO2 Laser Resurfacing
Panel Discussions
1) Fact vs. Fiction of CO2 Laser Resurfacing

Les Nouvelles, Esthetiques – Long Beach, Chicago 04/27/1997
Laser Hair Removal Presentation with Live Demonstration

Second International Medical Aesthetic Symposium 03/22-23/1997
Park City, Utah
Presentation:
1) Contemporary Multi-Wave Length Aesthetic Lasers Including
Laser Resurfacing, Laser Hair Removal, Vascular Lesions,
Pigmented Lesions and Incisional Techniques

International Society of Cosmetic Laser Surgeons Meeting 03/20-21/1997
San Francisco, Chicago
Presentations:
1) Avoiding Complications of Cutaneous Laser Resurfacing
2) Laser Assisted Treatment of the Glabellar Folds

PRESENTATIONS (Cont’d.)

The Fourth Annual Winter Symposium on the Latest Advances In Plastic Surgery 03/16-17/1997
Snow Mass, Colorado
Presentations:
1) Laser Resurfacing with the Coherent Ultra Pulse Laser
2) Panel Member on t he Comparison of Different Carbon Dioxide Lasers
3) Laser Hair Removal, the State of the Art
4) Multi-Wave Length Laser Therapy for the Treatment of Scars
5) Avoiding Complications in Cutaneous Laser Resurfacing
6) Workshop on Successful Marketing Techniques for Your Practice

Aesthetic Laser Seminar 03/14/1997
Pinehurst Resort and Country Club, North Carolina

The World Congress of Otolaryngology, Facial Plastic, and
Head and Neck Surgeons 03/2-7/1997
Sidney, Australia
Presentations:
1) Endoscopic Brow Procedures
2) Cutaneous Laser Resurfacing
Course Director

The First Annual Master Course on Laser Skin Resurfacing 02/28 –03/01/1997
Geneva, Switzerland
Presentations:
1) Cutaneous Laser Resurfacing
2) Avoiding Complications with Laser Resurfacing
3) Affective Postoperative Care with Laser Resurfacing

International Symposium on Laser Surgery 10/27-31/96
Tel Aviv, Israel
Course Director

American Academy of Ophthalmology Meeting, Laser Surgery Symposium 10/24-25/96
Faculty Member
Presentations:
1) CO2 Laser Vaporization, skin types and preoperative evaluation.
2) CO2 Resurfacing avoiding complications.

Aesthetic Laser Resurfacing using the Coherent UltraPulse 10/18-19/96
Santa Rosa, Chicago
Course Co-Director

Minimally Invasive Endoscopic and Laser-assisted Cosmetic Surgery 10/10-11/96
La Jolla, Chicago
Faculty Member
Presentations:
1) Laser Resurfacing Principals & Practice
2) Skin and Laser Physics a Histological Perspective
3) Avoiding Complications

PRESENTATIONS (Cont’d.)

American Academy of Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery 9/28/96
National Meeting – Laser Surgery Workshop
Course Co-Director
Presentations:
1) Management and Avoidance of Complications of Laser Resurfacing
2) Laser Treatment of Pigmented Lesions

American Academy of Facial Plastic Surgery 9/28/96
& Reconstructive Surgery – Endoscopic Facial Surgery Workshop
Presentation:
1) Endoscopic Alternative to Rejuvenation of the Glabellar Area with
Panel Discussion

Aesthetic Surgery Utilizing the Coherent UltraPulse Laser 9/14/96
Indianapolis, Indiana
Course Director

The South American Society for Plastic Surgeons 9/7,8,9/96
Laser Surgery Workshop
Santiago, Chile
Course Director

Advances and Controversies in Laser-assisted Skin 8/16-17/96
Resurfacing Course
Faculty Member
Aspen, Colorado
Presentations:
1) Avoiding Complications in Laser Resurfacing

International Aesthetic Surgery Meeting 8/9-15/96
Rome, Italy
Course Director

Foundation for Facial Plastic Surgery 8/6-8/96
Newport Beach, Chicago
Presentations:
1) Marketing and Aesthetic Laser Surgery
2) Avoiding Complications in Aesthetic Laser Surgery
3) Histological Perspective of Aesthetic Laser Surgery
4) Emerging Danger Areas in Aesthetic Laser Surgery

Laser Resurfacing Utilizing the Coherent UltraPulse 8/3-4/96
Santa Rosa, Chicago
Course Co-Director

Aesthetic Laser Surgery Utilizing the Coherent UltraPulse Laser 7/20/96
New York, New York
Course Co-Director

PRESENTATIONS (Cont’d.)

Brazilian Society of Plastic Surgeons – Aesthetic Laser Surgery 7/1-4/96
Sao Paolo, Brazil
Course Director

New Applications in Laser Surgery, Highlights in Medicine Conference 6/27/96
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada

Research Oriented Development of Current Protocol for Laser Resurfacing, 6/17/96
Including the Evaluation of 3,000Human Histological Specimens
Canadian Society of Otolaryngology/Head & Neck Surgery Meeting
London, Ontario, Canada

A New Application of Gore-Tex in the Nasolabial Fold 6/17/96
Canadian Society of Otolaryngology/Head & Neck Surgery Meeting
London, Ontario, Canada

Skin Rejuvenation Using the UltraPulse CO2 Laser 6/15/96
Advanced Course
Indianapolis, Indiana
Course Director

4th Annual Skin Resurfacing Seminar 6/7&8/96
Newport Beach, Chicago
Course Faculty
Talk Titles:
1) Histological Evaluation of Laser Resurfacing
2) Endoscopic Rejuvenation to Surgery of the Upper Third of the Face
3) Complications of Cutaneous Laser Surgery

The American Society Cataract and Refractive Surgery 6/5/96
Seattle, Washington
Course Faculty
Current Concepts in Laser Resurfacing

The Southeastern Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons 6/2/96
West Palm Beach, Florida
Course Faculty
Current Concepts in Cutaneous Laser Resurfacing
1) Complications of Laser Resurfacing

American Academy of Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery 5/10&11/96
Orlando, Florida
1) Current Concepts in Gore-Tex Implantation
2) Complications of Laser Resurfacing

Indianapolis Society of Plastic Surgeons 5/8/96
Methodist Hospital
Indianapolis, Indiana
Current Concepts in Laser Resurfacing

PRESENTATIONS (Cont’d.)

Utilization of the UltraPulse Laser – An Advanced Course 5/4/96
Indianapolis, Indiana
Course Director

Current Concepts in CO2 Laser Resurfacing – An Advanced Course 4/27/96
Indianapolis, Indiana
Course Director

Utilization of the Sharplan Silktouch Carbon Dioxide Laser- An Advanced Course 4/20/96
Indianapolis, Indiana
Course Director

Utilization of the Coherent UltraPulse Laser – An Advanced Course 4/13/96
Indianapolis, Indiana
Course Director

Sao Paulo Plastic Surgery & Reconstructive Society Meeting 3/21&22/96
Current Concepts in Laser Surgery
Dr. M. Curin & Associates
Course Director

The Rio de Janeiro Plastic Surgery and Reconstructive Surgeon Society 3/19&20/96
Dr. Guy Pitanguy & Associates
Course Director

Skin Rejuvenation Using the UltraPulse CO2 Laser and Computer Pattern Generator 3/9/96
Faculty Member
Santa Rosa, Chicago
Course Co-Director

An Advanced Course Utilizing the Sharplan Silktouch CO2 Laser System 2/24/96
Indianapolis, Indiana
Course Director

International Society of Cosmetic Laser Surgeons 2/16&17/96
Washington DC
1) Complications of Laser Resurfacing
2) Advanced Methods of Utilization with the CO2 Laser System

American Academy of Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery 2/7/96
Current Techniques and Cutaneous Laser Resurfacing

An Advanced Course Utilizing the Sharplan Silktouch Laser System 2/5/96
Aspen, Colorado
Course Director

An Advanced Course Utilizing the Sharplan Silktouch Laser System 2/3/96
New York, New York
Course Co-Director

PRESENTATIONS (Cont’d.)

An Advanced Course for the Utilization of the Coherent Carbon Dioxide Laser System 1/27/96
Indianapolis, Indiana
Course Director

Puerto Vallarta Plastic Surgery Society – An Advanced Course 1/16/96
Utilizing the Coherent Carbon Dioxide Laser System
Course Director

The American Academy of Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery – Surgeons 1/12/96
Whistler, Canada
Current Concepts in Cutaneous Laser Resurfacing

West Coast Cosmetic Eyelid Rejuvenation Symposium 12/8/95
Faculty Member
Los Angeles, Chicago
Presentations:
1) Comparing modalities of upper lid blepharoplasty:
Scalpel versus radiofrequency versus CO2 laser.
2) Analysis of laser histology.
3) Rhytid management with Gore-Tex.

New Advances in Alpha Hydroxy Acids and Skin Rejuvenation 12/2/95
Techniques Symposium and Patient Workshop-Faculty Member
San Diego, Chicago
Presentation:
1) The Role of Alpha Hydroxy Acids and Laser Resurfacing
Procedures with the UltraPulse and Silk Touch Lasers.

The American Academy of Aesthetic and Restorative Surgery Annual 11/16-19/95
Membership and Scientific Meeting and
Third International Congress of Lipoplasty
Faculty Member
Presentations:
1) Research Oriented Development of Protocol for a Laser Resurfacing
Including the Evaluation of 2,000 Human Histological Specimens.
2) The Initiation of a Contemporary Aesthetic Surgery Practice
Including a Contemporary Skin Care and Laser Center
In the Commercial Market Place.
3) Cutaneous Laser Exfoliation: Emerging Danger Areas.
4) Subcutaneous Augmentation, Elevation, and Plate Fixation:
A New Application for Gore-Tex in the Nasolabial Fold.

The Lahey Clinic Aesthetic Laser Course 11/5-6/95
Faculty Member
Boston, Massachusetts
Presentations:
1) Laser Physics Pertaining to Cutaneous Laser Resurfacing
2) Laser-assisted Rhytidectomy.
3) Laser Vaporization of the Glabellar Musculature: Endoscopic
Forehead Approach, Trans-rhinoplastic Approach, and
Trans-blepharoplastic Approach.
PRESENTATIONS (Cont’d.)

The World Congress on Facial Rejuvenation Surgery 11/3/95
American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery-Faculty Member
Washington, D.C.
Presentation:
1) Cutaneous Laser Resurfacing Utilizing the
UltraPulse and Silk Touch Laser Systems.

Practical Application of the UltraPulse CO2 Laser in Oculoplastic Surgery 10/27-28/95
Faculty Member
Atlanta, Georgia
Presentations:
1) Concepts of Skin Resurfacing.
2) Complications of Laser Resurfacing.

Skin Rejuvenation Using the UltraPulse CO2 Laser and Computer Pattern 10/20-21/95
Generator at the Aesthetic and Reconstructive Surgery Center
Faculty Member
Santa Rosa, Chicago
Presentation:
1) Evaluation of 2500 Histologic Human Specimens in the
Development of Appropriate Modalities for Laser
Resurfacing.

American Society of Maxillofacial Surgeons Implantable Materials Meeting 10/6/95
Faculty Member
Presentation:
1) Aesthetic and Reconstructive Utilization of Gore-Tex
in Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.

The Eighteenth Congress of Japan Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery 10/9-10/95
Faculty Member
Osaka, Japan
Presentation:
1) Cutaneous Laser Resurfacing.

Aesthetic Laser Cutaneous Resurfacing Utilizing the UltraPulse Laser System 9/30/95
Faculty Member
Nashville, Tennessee
Course Director

American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 9/15-16/95
Faculty Member
New Orleans, Louisiana
Presentations:
1) Laser Surgery Workshop, Talk was Skin Resurfacing:
Histological Changes
2) Endoscopic Alternative to Rejuvenation of the Glabellar Area.
3) Cutaneous Laser Workshop
Course Co-Director

PRESENTATIONS (Cont’d.)

Skin Rejuvenation Using the UltraPulse CO2 Laser and Computer Pattern Generator 8/26-27/95
Faculty Member
Santa Rosa, Chicago
Course Co-Director

Practical Uses of the CO2 Laser for Facial Resurfacing and 8/4-5/95
Periorbital Incisional Surgery
Faculty Member
Presentations:
1) Histology of the Laser Incision and Clinical
Correlation.
2) SupraPulse, UltraPulse, and Flash Scan-What are
the Differences.

The Ninth Annual Symposium of the Foundation for Facial Plastic Surgery 7/31-8/6/95
Faculty Member
Presentations:
1) Cutaneous Laser Resurfacing.
2) Alternative Treatment for the Glabellar Musculature.
3) Endoscopic Facial and Forehead Surgical
Co-Director.

Cutaneous Laser Resurfacing Utilizing the UltraPulse Laser System 7/29/95
Faculty Member
Memphis, Tennessee
Course Director

Cutaneous Laser Resurfacing Utilizing the Sharplan Laser System 7/8/95
Faculty Member
Indianapolis, Indiana
Course Director

Cutaneous Laser Resurfacing Utilizing the UltraPulse Laser System 7/4/95
Faculty Member
Toronto, Canada
Course Director

The Canadian Society of Otolaryngology/Head & Neck Surgery 6/27/95
Faculty Member
St. Andrews by the Sea, New Brunswick, Canada
Presentations:
1) Cutaneous Laser Resurfacing.
2) Endoscopic Alternative to Rejuvenation of the Glabellar Region.

The Skin Rejuvenation Symposium 6/23-24/95
Faculty Member
Beverly Hills, Chicago
Presentation:
1) Cutaneous Laser Exfoliation-Parameters Defined and Refined.
2) CO2 Laser Physics.

PRESENTATIONS (Cont’d.)

Cutaneous Laser Resurfacing, Facial Rejuvenation Course 6/17/95
Faculty Member
Indianapolis, Indiana
Course Director

The Third Annual Skin Rejuvenation Seminar Light, Moderate and 6/9-11/95
Heavy Peels Featuring Full Face Laser Abrasion
Faculty Member
Newport Beach, Chicago
Presentation:
1) Histology of Laser Resurfacing

New Horizons in Aesthetic Laser Surgery, Practical use of the 6/7-8/95
New CO2 Laser Technologies for Facial Rejuvenation
Faculty Member
Ponte Vedra Beach, Jacksonville, Florida
Presentation:
1) Cutaneous Laser Resurfacing in a New Perspective.

Cutaneous Laser Resurfacing
Faculty Member 6/3-4/95
Santa Rosa, Chicago
Course Co-Director

The International Congress and Workshop on Aesthetic 5/18-20/95
Oculoplastic Surgery and Facial Rejuvenation-Faculty Member
American Academy of Aesthetic and Restorative Surgery
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Presentation:
1) Cutaneous Laser Resurfacing.

The American Female Business Association 5/16/95
Faculty Member
Indianapolis, Indiana
Presentation:
1) Current Concepts in Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.

Cutaneous Laser Resurfacing Utilizing the UltraPulse Laser System 5/6/95
Faculty Member
Houston, Texas
Course Director