Dr Bryan Mendelson – Re-sculpting Industry Knowledge & Techniques
Australia’s pre-eminent plastic surgeon Dr Bryan Mendelson has a full calendar educating his peers all over the world.
Internationally lauded Melbourne-based facial plastic surgeon Dr Bryan Mendelson has already had a full calendar of events in 2016, and there’s no sign of him slowing down.
In June, Dr Mendelson presented several scientific and educational seminars at the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery’s (ISAPS) Course in Mykonos, Greece.
Dr Mendelson exhibited his vast knowledge, experience and world-recognised, industry-changing research to the Course, presenting in-depth on the following topics:
- The under-appreciated importance of the facial skeleton in ageing and its effective correction
- The Limited Dissection Composite Face Lift
- Controlled upper lid blepharoplasty using tarsal fixation
- Understanding Facial Anatomy
Dr Mendelson’s original research has led to the development of highly advanced surgical techniques that provide individualised and lasting results that are subtle, natural-looking and lasting.
According to Dr Mendelson, quality aesthetic surgery can lift the spirits and restore the sense of wellbeing that facial ageing so often takes away. But there are no compromises. “Only the proper techniques, correctly performed can provide a benefit that is natural in appearance and will last for years to come,” he said.
Trained at the highly respected and medically advanced Mayo Clinic in the USA, Dr Mendelson has written more than 50 scientific papers and delivered over 100 presentations to industry professionals in over a dozen world cities.
Dr Mendelson has an impressive and extensive portfolio, including Past President of the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ISAPS) in 2008 and Chairman of National Secretaries since 2000.
He has published his own book, In Your Face, and most recently his original research into the anatomy of facial ageing was recognised by the classic anatomy textbook, Grey’s Anatomy.
With his practice based out of Melbourne, Dr Mendelson’s authoritative presence within the industry has been extensively recognised by other surgeons both here and abroad, particularly his Melbourne Advanced Facial Anatomy Course.
Dr Mendelson’s 2016 Appearances
June 2016 Mykonos, Greece
- ISAPS COURSE
– Presentation 1. Understanding Facial Anatomy
– Presentation 2. The Limited Dissection Composite Facelift
– Presentation 3. The under-appreciated importance of the facial skeleton in aging and its effective correction
– Presentation 4. Controlled upper lid blepharoplasty using tarsal fixation
May 2016 Warwickshire, U.K.
- FACIAL AESTHETIC / OCULOPLASTIC SURGERY AND RHINOPLASTY
– Dissection & Lectures Cadaver
– Dissection and Lecture Course University Hospital Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust, UK
April 2016 Las Vegas, U.S.A
- AMERICAN SOCIETY OF AESTHETIC PLASTIC SURGERY:
ASAPS THE AESTHETIC MEETING 2016
– Panelist: Prevention of Recurrent Bands – Is Subplatysmal Surgery Necessary?
– Head of Faculty Cadaver Dissection and Lecture Course “Staying Out of Trouble in Facial Rejuvenation: Locating the Facial Nerve Using Facial Spaces and Ligaments Anatomy – A Cadaver Workshop”
April 2016 Argentina, South America
- 46TH PLASTIC SURGERY ARGENTINIAN CONGRESS
– Presentation 1. Understanding Facial Anatomy for Plastic Surgeons
– Presentation 2. The Anatomy of Facial Aging
– Presentation 3. Limited Dissection Composite Facelift
– Presentation 4. Augmentation of the Facial Skeleton in Facial Rejuvenation
– Presentation 5. Tarsal Fixation Blepharoplasty and Secondary Upper Lid Blepharoplasty
April 2016 Argentina, South America
- ISAPS ONE-DAY SYMPOSIUM – March 2016 St Petersburg, Russia
- INNOVATIVE METHODS OF FACIAL REJUVENATION COURSE – Cadaver Dissection and Lecture
February 2016 Auckland, New Zealand
- ICAPS – Lectures
ASAPS Annual Meeting, Las Vegas April 2016
The American Society awards a Certificate of Excellence named the Raymond Vilain award each year for the ‘Best Presentation given by an International Physician’ at its Annual Meeting. At the Las Vegas meeting President of ASAPS Professor James
Grotting handed the award to Dr Bryan Mendelson of Melbourne for his lecture on ‘The Anatomy of Facial Aging’ which was delivered at the 2015 meeting in Montreal.
Only last year in Montreal Dr Mendelson received the award for the best presentation at the 2014 Meeting on ‘The Composite Facelift’. Since its inception 20 years ago only three surgeons have won the award more than once and only one more than twice. This was the fourth occasion in which Dr Mendelson has won this award.