ISCFS Founder Series
ISCFS Founder Series – Dr. S. Anthony Wolfe, Miami, FL, United States
Dr. S. Anthony Wolfe discusses his path into plastic surgery and ultimately craniofacial surgery, his time spent with Dr. Paul Tessier, and the founding of the International Society of Craniofacial Surgery..
Tessier Facial Clefts
Dr. Nivaldo Alonso, Sao Paulo, Brazil
Dr. Nivaldo Alonso from the University of Sao Paulo in Sao Paulo, Brazil discusses the changes in surgical management over the past few decades, our current challenges, and where we can look for the future care of patients with rare Tessier Facial Clefts.
Dr. Jong Woo Choi, Seoul, South Korea
Dr. Jong Woo Choi from Asan Medical Center in Seoul, South Korea discusses the changes in care pathways with orthognathic surgery, our current challenges with a surgery-first approach, and where we can look for the future care of patients dentofacial deformities or bony facial asymmetries requiring orthognathic surgery.
Dr. Richard Hopper, Seattle, USA
Dr. Richard Hopper from Seattle Children’s Hospital and the University of Washington discusses the changes in indications for distraction osteogenesis over the past 30 years, our current challenges with the techniques, and what he is looking forward to in the future.
Dr. Henny Kreshanti, Jakarta, Indonesia
Dr. Henny Kreshanti from Universitas Indonesia in Jakarta, Indonesia discusses the management of craniofacial trauma at a major tertiary referral center in Indonesia. She discusses how technology has changed her practice and how timing of referrals impacts the surgical reconstruction.
Dr. Irene Mathijssen, Rotterdam, Netherlands
Dr. Irene Mathijssen from Erasmus University Medical Center in Rotterdam, Netherlands discusses the changes in management of patients with nonsyndromic craniosynostosis over the past few decades, our current challenges, and what she believes the future holds for patients with nonsyndromic craniosynostosis.
Dr. Jesse Taylor, Philadelphia, USA
Dr. Jesse Taylor from the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and the University of Pennsylvania discusses the changes in management of patients with syndromic craniosynostosis over the past few decades, our current challenges, and what the future holds for patients with syndromic craniosynostosis.
Dr. Eric Arnaud, Paris, France
Dr. Eric Arnaud from the Hôpital Necker-Enfants Malades in Paris, France discusses the monobloc osteotomy, the history of the technique, our current challenges, and what the future holds for patients with syndromic craniosynostosis. How do you use the monobloc osteotomy in your practice for patients with syndromic craniosynostosis? What are you most excited about learning from the ISCFS congress in September 2023?