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Report on 6th MAFAC

November 8th and 9th 2013
27 Plastic surgeons attended this recently completed course in Melbourne. Participants came from Canada, USA, South Korea, Hong Kong and Singapore as well as from Australia.
The progress in the teaching methodology is such that, compared to earlier courses, the attendees effortlessly understood the anatomical concepts and
followed this […]
2017-03-09T23:27:08+00:00November 19th, 2013|MAFAC News|

Two courses announced for 2014

In response to overwhelming demand MAFAC announces two Courses for 2014 (May 30-31 and October 24-25).
2014 marks MAFAC’s sixth year. Over the past five years we have developed and refined our Course to be both informative and practical, providing Attendees with dissection sessions where they learn invaluable knowledge, skills and experience of facial anatomy and modern […]
2017-03-09T23:45:03+00:00September 27th, 2013|MAFAC News|

Two courses announced for 2014

In response to overwhelming demand MAFAC announces two Courses for 2014 (May 30-31 and October 24-25).

2014 marks MAFAC’s sixth year. Over the past five years we have developed and refined our Course to be both informative and practical, providing Attendees with dissection sessions where they learn invaluable knowledge, skills and experience of facial anatomy and […]

2017-03-10T00:59:57+00:00September 27th, 2013|MAFAC News|

Two courses announced for 2014

In response to overwhelming demand MAFAC announces two Courses for 2014 (May 30-31 and October 24-25).

2014 marks MAFAC’s sixth year. Over the past five years we have developed and refined our Course to be both informative and practical, providing Attendees with dissection sessions where they learn invaluable knowledge, skills and experience of facial anatomy and […]

2017-03-10T00:02:18+00:00September 27th, 2013|MAFAC News|

2012 MAFAC Featured in South Korean Newsletter

“I participated in the MAFAC 2012 and there gained an invaluable experience. It was extremely helpful to understand the surgical anatomy, such as the facial spaces, nerve branches, and retaining ligaments, especially the zygomatic and upper masseteric key ligaments. Also, I could identify the anatomy around the mandibular ligaments and submandibular gland which I had […]

2017-03-10T00:05:53+00:00May 28th, 2013|MAFAC News|
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