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S.O.R.G. WEBSchool Series 

Date: Tuesday, July 7, 2020 | Time: 11:00 to 12:00 a.m. CEST.

What happens to the cleft nose in growing children and how to treat nasal deformity?

Speaker: Piet Haers

Webinar details:

  • Reducing the cleft nose deformity during primary repair
  • The importance of secondary naso-alveolar bone grafting
  • Impact of maxillary hypoplasia on nasal morphology and function
  • The importance of providing skeletal support to the nasal alae and tip prior to rhinoplasty

Language | English

This webinar is free of charge.

Piet E. Haers, MD, DMD, Habil, FEBOMS, FDSRCS, FGDPRCS, FICD

Dept. of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery | Evelina London Children’s Hospital

London, United Kingdom

Webinar purpose

This lecture gives an overview on addressing the unilateral cleft nasal deformity in babies, how growth may affect the nasal structures, function and aesthetics, and how to address this into adulthood.

This is not a step by step technical lecture, but gives an overview of the surgical procedures that may be indicated at different moments in time. Specific techniques and challenges in secondary cleft rhinoplasties are not included in this presentation and are part of another lecture.

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Participation is free of charge (max.500 participants). We are looking forward to you.

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