ENT, Plastic & Maxillo-Facial Surgery
1-3 April 2020
Three Inspiring Days of Rhinoplasty
We cordially invite you to the 9th European Rhinoplasty Course in Brussels, 1-3 April 2020.
The programme has been elaborated in such a way that participants will be up-dated on the latest techniques of rhinoplasty. The programme aims at being of huge interest to all surgeons dealing with patients seeking rhinoplasty: ENT, plastic, and maxillo-facial surgeons.
Dissection facilities on fresh frozen specimens will be foreseen for the first 40 registered participants. A highly interactive non-dissection programme will be organised for the non-dissection participants with a small group of experts, discussing and analyzing videos & techniques of rhinoplasty. A workshop including filler and toxin injections will be organized for all participants.
This course is held under the auspices of the European Academy of Facial Plastic Surgery (EAFPS), the European Rhinologic Society (ERS), and the Benelux Rhinologic Society (BRS),
Looking forward meeting you in Brussels in 2020!
Prof. Dr. Peter W. Hellings
University of Leuven
Prof. Dr. Dario Bertossi
Maxillo-Facial | Facial Plastic
Memories from the 2019 Edition
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The course will be hosted at the monumental “Palace of the Academies”, which serves as the headquarters of the Royal Academy of Medicine of Belgium. This neoclassical palace is situated in the heart of the city of Brussels near the Royal Palace of Belgium and the Warande Park. The historical Grand Place is only at 5 minutes walking distance.
Address: rue Ducale 1 / Hertogstraat 1 – 1000 Brussel – Belgium
Laying at the heart of Northern Europe, Brussels is the home of more than a million people and ten centuries of history. It is the quintessential "melting pot", where dozens of languages are spoken and cultures from all over the world are prominently represented. Serving as the de facto capital of the European Union, it is home to many international institutions, world-class museums, and well-known sights.
Many notable sights are easily reachable by foot or public transport from the conference venue.