Dr. Ellis has been a member of the Canadian Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery for years. Dr. Ellis also served as the president of the academy.
Toronto, ON (PRWEB) October 29, 2014
The Art of Facial Surgery is proud to announce that founder Dr. David Ellis spoke at the Annual Canadian Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery meeting on October 25, 2014. Dr. Ellis presented a lecture on “Adding Botox to Your Practice.” This annual meeting features a number of invited guest speakers, all of whom provided a lecture or other discussion to the gathered physicians and surgeons. Dr. Ellis gave his talk in the afternoon during Session IV. The session was moderated by Dr. Corey Moore.
Dr. Ellis has been a member of the Canadian Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery for years. Dr. Ellis also served as the president of the academy. Members of the academy are among the best and brightest of the Canadian facial and reconstructive surgeons. These professionals are dedicated to the field and to becoming even more skilled in helping patients look incredible. Membership is open to surgeons who have been certified by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada and have experience in facial plastic surgery.
The annual meeting is designed to provide a forum for plastic surgeons and physicians to interact with other professionals in the field. These professionals will have the chance to discuss advanced procedures, learn how to select the best candidates for reconstructive facial procedures, and more. The theme for the 2014 meeting was Back to Basics, and many of the lectures given were focused on some of the most basic procedures in facial surgery and new methods of performing them.
Dr. Ellis spoke on Botox, one of the most common nonsurgical procedures performed in facial surgery. He will outline what the procedure includes, how to perform the procedure, and what adding Botox to a practice entails. As a specialist in the field, Dr. Ellis has performed Botox procedures since it was first available for treatment of wrinkles in 2002 and has educated doctors and nurses all over North America.
The annual meeting was held at the Chestnut Residence and Conference Centre in Toronto on October 25. It began at 7:30 a.m. In addition to four sessions of speakers, the event included a breakfast, lunch with exhibitors, the annual general meeting of the academy, and several short coffee breaks throughout the day.
About The Art of Facial Surgery:
The Art of Facial Surgery was founded by Dr. David Ellis, a professor of Otolaryngology - head and neck surgery at the University of Toronto. Dr. Ellis is an expert in facial plastic and reconstructive surgery, and it is this expertise that led Dr. Ellis to opening The Art of Facial Surgery. More information on skin and surgical services offered at The Art of Facial Surgery can be found at http://www.ellisplasticsurgery.ca or by calling 416.229.1050.