Disclaimer: This is a non-accredited, industry sponsored, satellite symposium and is NOT part of the accredited “Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Symposium” program.

1st Aesthetic Injectables Symposium

March 31, 2017


In this symposium, through a combination of both didactic and interactive discussion, participants will learn about the latest techniques and developments in injectables including neuromodulators, soft tissue fillers, and mesotherapy. Clinical analysis, treatment planning, and injection techniques will be presented. Facial anatomy and patient safety are emphasized.


This event is full. Registration is closed.

At the time of registration, nurses must provide a letter from an MD supporting their registration. Registration acceptance will be verified by CPD.
Please e mail letter to info.cpd@utoronto.ca

*Registration is limited to physicians and nurses.

**Nurses require a letter of sponsorship from a physician.

Friday March 31

1700 Introduction
Jamil Ahmad

Session I

Moderator: Jamil Ahmad

1705 Anatomy of the facial danger zones: Maximizing safety during soft tissue filler injections
Rod J. Rohrich

1750 Aesthetic approach to facial shaping
Jamil Asaria

1800 Discussion/Q&A

1815 Dinner

Session II

Moderators: Jamil Ahmad, Jamil Asaria, Rod J. Rohrich

1845 Advancement and refinement in facial neuromodulators
Rod J. Rohrich
1905 Discussion/Q&A

1910 Periorbital rejuvenation with hyaluronic acid fillers
Jamil Asaria

1925 The role of soft tissue fillers in the nose
Jamil Ahmad

1945 Midface and lower face rejuvenation
Jamil Asaria

2000 Lip shaping with hyaluronic acid fillers
Jenny Cajucom

2015 Submental lipolysis and nonsurgical shaping of the neck
Emily Schultz

2030 Managing injectable complications
Jamil Ahmad

2050 Discussion/Q&A



Dr. Jamil Ahmad, M.D., F.R.C.S.C.
Mississauga, Ontario

Dr. Jamil Asaria, M.D., F.R.C.S.C.
Toronto, Ontario

Jenny Cajucom, R.N., C.A.N.S.
Mississauga, Ontario

Dr. Rod J. Rohrich, M.D.
Dallas, Texas

Emily Schultz, R.N., C.A.N.S.
Waterloo, Ontario

The unaccredited symposium is brought to you by

Continuing Professional Development
Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto
500 University Avenue, Suite 650 Toronto, Ontario, M5G 1V7
Tel: 416.978.2719 / Toll free: 1.888.512.8173

Email: info.cpd@utoronto.ca