AAFPS Masters Symposium 2015We always love plastic surgery industry events and shaping up to be one of the best ever is this years Masters Symposium which is being held in Sydney from 7 – 10 October. This year’s event is a collaboration between the AAFPS (Australasian Academy of Facial Plastic Surgery) and the ASPS (Australian Society of Plastic Surgeons) with the focus being on Functional and Aesthetic Rhinoplasty.

Dr George Marcells

Dr George Marcells

Dr George Marcells (AAFPS) and Dr Peter Callan (ASPS) both agree that Rhinoplasty is one of the hardest and most difficult procedures to perform well. “We’ve gathered some of the best surgeons from around the world to come and share their experiences” said Dr George Marcells (President, AAFPS). “A symposium like this gives us an opportunity to share information and learn from some of the worlds best, and ultimately has to lead in better results for patients.” It’s these industry forums that promote continuous learning to strive for surgery excellence.

Dr Peter Callan

Dr Peter Callan

So why collaboration? “Collaboration is the fastest road to excellence in rhinoplasty”. says Dr Peter Callan, “Because it requires a nose that looks good, breathes well and stays that way, that there is a huge amount to get right in a very small but complex area. Plastic surgeons and ENT surgeons both bring this excellence to the table in slightly different ways. We learn from each other”.

This year’s symposium features some amazing specially selected keynote speakers who have a huge wealth of experience and expertise. The speakers have been chosen because they are at the pinnacle of Rhinoplasty teaching in the world. Over the next few weeks we will be posting interviews with a few keynote speakers.

If you’ve ever considered or had rhinoplasty, you will agree it’s a procedure you really want to know will be performed perfectly… it is after all, one of the more prominent areas of your face for restructuring and can change your whole facial appearance. Not only that, your nose is an extremely important functional body part, and there is minimal room for error – breathing is kind of important!

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The Symposium countdown is on and we are gathering momentum and getting excited. Stay tuned!!

For more information on the speakers and program of the AAFPS Master’s Symposium go here. It’s going to be bigger and better than ever!



Trish is a plastic surgery blogger. She is passionate about wellbeing, health and beauty, and doesn't mind a little bit of 'help' from the amazing cosmetic and beauty procedures that are available today. Trish spends her days talking to women and men who are looking for suggestions and advice on procedures that are available to them. Cutting through the sales pitch and hype, a down-to-earth response on general information is what you will get.

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