PRE-CONFERENCE COURSES • 13 & 14 JULY 2020
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Instructors: Cicero Morale • 3d Designer (Brasil),

Rosemary  Seelaus, MS, CCA • Anaplastologist (USA),

Dr. Luciano Dib, MD • Maxillofacial Surgeon (Brasil)

 

Open source software and accessible resources allow us to democratize the possibilities for innovative design. This course will explore how to employ 3d visualization and modeling tools of Ortogon-Blender for fabrication of facial and somatic prostheses, promoting efficient and effective clinical and laboratory workflows.

 

Maximum Participants: 15

Language: English
Spanish & Portuguese assistance will be available.

13 JULY 2020 • 9:00-12:00 • $250 USD

PlusID Methodology: OrtogonBlender for Prosthesis Design
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Instructor: Rachel Coenen • Prosthetic Makeup Designer (Australia)

 

Attendees will witness demonstrations of various innovative hair insertion (“punching”) techniques, followed by hands-on practice applying these techniques (tools and materials provided). Each attendee will go home with a Needle & Hair Kit, information resources, and a fundamental understanding of effective hair insertion methods to enhance the realism of silicone facial prostheses.

 

Maximum Participants: 30

Language: English

Spanish & Portuguese assistance will be available.

13 JULY 2020 • 9:00-12:00 • $175 USD

Hair Punching Techniques for Silicon Prostheses
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Instructors: Rosemary  Seelaus, MS, CCA • Anaplastologist (USA),

Dr. David Morris, MD • Maxillofacial Surgeon (USA)
Eduardo Arias, CCA • Anaplastologist/Ocularist (Colombia/USA)

 

In this combination didactic/hands-on course, instructors will discuss the underlying structural components of the head that dictate facial appearance. They will discuss spatial and proportional relationships between structures as well as the forms of individual structures. This discussion will be from the perspective of a sculptor or draughtsman, however pertinent clinical correlations will be made, referencing aesthetic and reconstructive procedures that can alter certain anatomic landmarks.

Maximum Participants: 30

Language: English
Spanish & Portuguese assistance will be available.

13 JULY 2020 • 13:00-16:00 • $200 USD

Simulation Lab: Facial Sculpting
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Instructors: Cicero Morales • 3d Designer (Brasil), 

Dr Rodrigo Dornelles, MD, PhD • Plastic Surgeon (Brasil), 

Dr. Everton Da Rosa, DDS • Maxillofacial Surgeon  (Brasil)

 

Virtual surgery planning is a worldwide reality optimizing collaboration between the whole team around a surgical case, and open source software now allows us to access to the most powerful resources. This course will explore how to employ 3d visualization and modeling tools of Ortogon-Blender for complex surgical planning.

Maximum Participants: 15

Language: English
Spanish & Portuguese assistance will be available

14 JULY 2020 • 13:00-16:00 • $350 USD

OrtogonBlender for Surgical Planning
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Instructors: Ali Padilla, MS • Anaplastologist (Belgium)

 

This workshop will demonstrate some of the fundamental techniques used to create realistic texture for a silicone facial prosthesis. Participants will utilize a variety of tools (provided by the instructor) to accurately replicate wrinkle and pore patterns in a wax model, which can be applied to a variety of facial prostheses. Participants will leave the workshop with a better understanding of how to match appropriate skin textures to their patients, as well as create thin borders that will blend smoothly with the surrounding tissue.

 

Maximum Participants: 30

Language: English

Spanish & Portuguese assistance will be available.

14 JULY 2020 • 9:00-12:00 • $150 USD

Sculpting & Texture for Silicone Facial Prostheses
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Instructors: Ali Padilla, MS • Anaplastologist (Belgium)

 

This course provides an overview on intrinsic coloration methods applicable to a variety of facial prostheses. It will cover color theory concepts, including opacity versus transparency and depth of color, as they apply to silicone. Students will learn tips for mixing patient-specific colors and creating subtle variations seen in the skin, including moles, blemishes, vasculature, etc. Instructors will lead participants to match a specific palette of color, followed by hands-on application of these techniques, a demonstration on application of silicone into a mold. Finishing samples will also be shared.

Maximum Participants: 30

Language: English

Spanish & Portuguese assistance will be available.

14 JULY 2020 • 13:00-17:00 • $175 USD

Color Matching & Intrinsic Color Application Techniques
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Rachel Brooke, Executive Director
Email: executivedirector@anaplastology.org

 

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WhatsApp: +598 99 644 087

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