Track Categories

The track category is the heading under which your abstract will be reviewed and later published in the conference printed matters if accepted. During the submission process, you will be asked to select one track category for your abstract.

Craniofacial surgery is a specialized field that focuses on correcting abnormalities and deformities of the skull, face, and associated structures. It involves surgical procedures to improve function and appearance, addressing conditions such as craniosynostosis, cleft lip and palate, facial trauma, and craniofacial syndromes. The goal is to enhance the quality of life by restoring normal structure, function, and aesthetics. The craniofacial surgery will be discuss the techniques as part of the conference.

  • Track 1-1  Craniofacial Anomalies and Syndromes
  • Track 1-2  Craniofacial Trauma and Reconstruction
  • Track 1-3  Aesthetic Craniofacial Surgery
  • Track 1-4  Advances in Craniofacial Surgery
  • Track 1-5  Managing Acute and Chronic Pain in Craniofacial Surgery

Facial trauma reconstruction refers to the process of restoring the form and function of the face after it has sustained significant damage due to trauma or injury. Facial trauma can occur as a result of various incidents, such as motor vehicle accidents, falls, sports injuries, or assaults. The session will cover and manage,

  • Track 2-1  Surgical Techniques in Facial Trauma Reconstruction
  • Track 2-2  Imaging and Preoperative Planning in Facial Trauma Reconstruction
  • Track 2-3  Complications and Management in Facial Trauma Reconstruction
  • Track 2-4  Multidisciplinary Approach to Facial Trauma Reconstruction

Orthognathic surgery, also known as jaw surgery, is a type of surgical procedure performed to correct and realign abnormalities or irregularities of the jawbones and teeth. It involves the surgical repositioning of the upper jaw, lower jaw, or both, to achieve better facial balance, proper bite alignment, and improved jaw function. The session is intended to provide

  • Track 3-1  Introduction and Preoperative Planning
  • Track 3-2  Surgical Techniques and Approaches
  • Track 3-3  Complications and Management
  • Track 3-4  Advances and Future Directions

Maxillofacial surgery, also known as oral and maxillofacial surgery, is a specialized branch of surgery that focuses on diagnosing and treating conditions, injuries, and deformities affecting the face, jaws, mouth, and related structures. It combines elements of dentistry, medicine, and surgery to provide comprehensive care for patients with various oral and facial conditions. As part of the session, we will trends in Maxillofacial Surgery.  

  • Track 4-1  Dental Implant Surgery
  • Track 4-2  Temporomandibular Joint Disorders
  • Track 4-3  Emerging Technologies and Innovations
  • Track 4-4  Craniofacial Anomalies and Syndromes
  • Track 4-5  Maxillofacial Pathology and Reconstruction

Craniofacial implants are medical devices designed to restore form and function to the craniofacial region, which includes the skull and face. These implants are used in the field of craniofacial surgery to replace missing or damaged bone and tissue, providing structural support and aesthetic enhancement. The following topics will be covered during this session.

  • Track 5-1  Advances in Craniofacial Implants
  • Track 5-2  Complications and Management
  • Track 5-3  Rehabilitation and Prosthetic Solutions
  • Track 5-4  Surgical Techniques for Craniofacial Implants
  • Track 5-5  Innovations in Biomaterials for Craniofacial Implants

Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) surgery refers to a set of surgical procedures performed to address various disorders or conditions affecting the temporomandibular joint, which connects the jawbone (mandible) to the skull. The TMJ is responsible for facilitating jaw movement, allowing functions such as chewing, speaking, and facial expressions. In upcoming sessions will discuss the following temporomandibular joint surgeries.

  • Track 6-1  Introduction and Overview
  • Track 6-2  TMJ Reconstructive Surgery
  • Track 6-3  Rehabilitation and Postoperative Care
  • Track 6-4  Surgical and Non-Surgical Treatment Modalities
  • Track 6-5  Advances in Temporomandibular Joint Surgery

Facial rejuvenation surgery refers to a set of surgical procedures aimed at restoring a more youthful and refreshed appearance to the face. As we age, the effects of gravity, sun exposure, genetics, and lifestyle factors can lead to sagging skin, wrinkles, volume loss, and other signs of facial aging. The sessions will address the most recent facial rejuvenation surgical procedures.


  • Track 7-1  Introduction to Facial Rejuvenation Surgery
  • Track 7-2  Facelift Techniques and Considerations
  • Track 7-3  Eyelid Rejuvenation Surgery
  • Track 7-4  Neck Lift and Chin Augmentation
  • Track 7-5  Combined Facial Rejuvenation Procedures

Oral surgery is a specialized field of medicine and dentistry that focuses on the diagnosis and surgical treatment of a wide range of conditions affecting the oral cavity, face, jaw, and associated structures. Oral surgeons are highly trained dental professionals who possess both dental and medical expertise, making them uniquely qualified to manage complex oral and facial issues. Recent trends in oral surgery include digital dentistry integration, teledentistry, minimally invasive techniques, advanced anesthesia and more.

  • Track 8-1  Clinical Advances in Oral Surgery
  • Track 8-2  Complications and Risk Management
  • Track 8-3  Innovations in Technology and Research
  • Track 8-4  Oral Pathology and Reconstruction
  • Track 8-5  Practice Management and Ethical Considerations

Anesthesia for craniofacial surgery refers to the administration of medications and techniques to ensure the patient's comfort, safety, and immobility during surgical procedures involving the skull, face, and associated structures. Craniofacial surgery encompasses a wide range of procedures, including craniosynostosis correction, facial reconstruction, craniofacial trauma repair, and orthognathic surgery. The Anesthesia for craniofacial topics will be discussed as part of the conference.


  • Track 9-1  Anesthetic Considerations in Craniofacial Surgery
  • Track 9-2  Pain Management Strategies in Craniofacial Surgery
  • Track 9-3  Anesthesia for Orthognathic Surgery
  • Track 9-4  Advances in Anesthetic Techniques for Craniofacial Surgery

Microvascular reconstruction surgery, also known as microsurgery or free flap surgery, is a specialized surgical technique used to restore blood supply to a damaged or surgically removed tissue by transplanting living tissue from one part of the body to another. In this  sessions will be held to explore the current research and trends in Microvascular reconstructive surgery.


  • Track 10-1  Innovations and Emerging Technologies
  • Track 10-2  Free Flaps in Microvascular Reconstruction
  • Track 10-3  Microvascular Reconstruction in Pediatric Patients
  • Track 10-4  Reconstructive Challenges in Head and Neck Surgery

Facial nerve reconstruction refers to the surgical procedures and techniques used to restore function and movement to the facial muscles affected by facial nerve damage or paralysis. The facial nerve, also known as the seventh cranial nerve, controls the movement of the muscles responsible for facial expressions, as well as plays a role in taste sensation and tear production. During the sessions, we will examine the recent findings in research and discuss facial nerve reconstruction.


  • Track 11-1  Surgical Techniques for Facial Nerve Reconstruction
  • Track 11-2  Facial Nerve Reconstruction in Pediatric Patients
  • Track 11-3  Facial Nerve Injury Evaluation and Diagnosis
  • Track 11-4  Innovations in Facial Nerve Reconstruction
  • Track 11-5  Facial Nerve Anatomy and Physiology

Orbital fracture repair refers to the surgical procedure or intervention performed to treat fractures or breaks in the bones that make up the orbit. The orbit is a bony structure that surrounds and protects the eyeball, along with associated structures such as the muscles, nerves, and blood vessels involved in eye movement and vision.


  • Track 12-1  Surgical Approaches in Orbital Fracture Repair
  • Track 12-2  Imaging Techniques for Orbital Fractures
  • Track 12-3  Orbital Floor Fracture Repair Techniques
  • Track 12-4  Advances in Orbital Fracture Repair

Cleft lip and palate surgery is a specialized surgical procedure performed to repair a congenital deformity known as cleft lip and/or cleft palate. Cleft lip and cleft palate are birth defects that occur when the lip and/or the roof of the mouth do not form properly during fetal development. In this session, the following major subjects will be covered,


  • Track 13-1  Innovations in Cleft Lip and Palate Surgery
  • Track 13-2  Multidisciplinary Management Approach
  • Track 13-3  Surgical Techniques for Cleft Lip Repair
  • Track 13-4  Complications and Management

Plastic surgery is a medical specialty that focuses on the enhancement and reconstruction of various parts of the body. It encompasses a wide range of surgical procedures designed to improve a person's appearance or correct deformities resulting from injury, congenital conditions, or aging. Plastic surgeons utilize their expertise to reshape and rejuvenate features, such as the face, breasts, and body, through techniques like facelifts, breast augmentation, liposuction, and rhinoplasty. The session is intended to provide,


  • Track 14-1  Fundamentals of Plastic Surgery
  • Track 14-2  Cosmetic Plastic Procedures
  • Track 14-3  Plastic Aesthetic surgery
  • Track 14-4  Pediatric Plastic Surgery

Facial reanimation refers to a surgical procedure or a set of procedures aimed at restoring facial movement and symmetry in individuals who have facial paralysis or weakness. Facial paralysis can occur due to various reasons, including Bell's palsy, facial nerve injury, congenital facial palsy, or facial nerve tumors. As part of the session, we will cover Majors of facial reanimation surgery


  • Track 15-1  Patient Perspectives and Psychosocial Impact
  • Track 15-2  Surgical Techniques for Facial Reanimation
  • Track 15-3  Facial Anatomy and Nerve Physiology
  • Track 15-4  Innovations in Facial Nerve Repair

Rhinoplasty surgery, also known as a nose job, is a surgical procedure performed to reshape or reconstruct the nose. It is one of the most common cosmetic procedures, aimed at improving the appearance, proportion, and function of the nose. Rhinoplasty can be performed for both aesthetic and functional purposes. In this session, we'll cover the following key areas.


  • Track 16-1  Managing Complications in Rhinoplasty
  • Track 16-2  Surgical Techniques for Rhinoplasty
  • Track 16-3  Advances and Innovations
  • Track 16-4  Pre- and Post-Operative Care for Rhinoplasty

Ear reconstruction is a surgical procedure that restores the shape, structure, and appearance of the ear. It is performed on individuals with congenital ear malformations, traumatic injuries, cancer resection, or other conditions causing ear loss or deformity. The aim is to create a natural-looking and functional ear that is proportionate to the individual's facial features. The discussion will handle and address the.


  • Track 17-1  Aesthetic Considerations in Ear Reconstruction
  • Track 17-2  Surgical Techniques for Ear Reconstruction
  • Track 17-3  Innovations in Ear Reconstruction
  • Track 17-4  Future Directions and Research

Zygomatic arch reconstruction surgery is a procedure to repair fractures of the zygomatic arch, also known as the cheekbone. These fractures can cause facial deformity, pain, difficulty chewing, and other functional and aesthetic issues. The surgery aims to restore the normal shape, function, and appearance of the cheekbone. The discussion includes important subjects such,

  • Track 18-1  Classification and Diagnosis
  • Track 18-2  Complications and Management
  • Track 18-3  Zygomatic Arch Anatomy and Surgical Approaches
  • Track 18-4  Advances in Imaging Technology for Zygomatic Arch Reconstruction

Skull base surgery is a specialized branch of neurosurgery that treats conditions and tumors located at the base of the skull. It involves precise techniques to access and remove abnormalities in this complex area, which houses critical structures like blood vessels, cranial nerves, and the brainstem. During this session, the following subjects will be discussed.


  • Track 19-1  Anterior and Posterior Skull Base Surgery
  • Track 19-2  Skull Base Trauma and Reconstruction
  • Track 19-3  Innovations in Skull Base Surgery
  • Track 19-4  Advanced Techniques in Skull Base Surgery

Wound healing in craniofacial surgery refers to the process of tissue repair following surgical procedures involving the skull and face. It involves stages such as hemostasis, inflammation, proliferation, and remodeling. Factors like patient health, surgical techniques, infection control, tissue perfusion, and scar formation influence the healing process. The session has been intended to deliver,


  • Track 20-1  Surgical Techniques for Wound Closure in Craniofacial Surgery
  • Track 20-2  Management of Complications in Craniofacial Wound Healing
  • Track 20-3  Scar Management and Aesthetic Considerations
  • Track 20-4  Pediatric Craniofacial Wound Healing

Pain management in craniofacial surgery refers to the comprehensive approach taken to assess, prevent, and alleviate pain experienced by patients undergoing surgical procedures involving the skull, face, and associated structures. We will discuss Pain Management subjects throughout this session.


  • Track 21-1  Introduction to Craniofacial Surgery Pain Management
  • Track 21-2  Pediatric Pain Management in Craniofacial Surgery
  • Track 21-3  Preoperative Pain Assessment and Planning
  • Track 21-4  Managing Acute and Chronic Pain in Craniofacial Surgery

Pediatric craniofacial wound care refers to the specialized management and treatment of wounds in children with craniofacial conditions or injuries affecting the head, face, and associated structures. This specific area of wound care focuses on addressing the unique anatomical, developmental, and psychological considerations of pediatric patients with craniofacial wounds. As part of the session, we will cover topics of pediatric craniofacial wound care. 


  • Track 22-1  Overview of Pediatric Craniofacial Wound Care
  • Track 22-2  Cleansing Techniques for Pediatric Craniofacial Wounds
  • Track 22-3  Surgical Interventions for Pediatric Craniofacial Wounds

Pediatric craniofacial surgery is a specialized surgical discipline that focuses on treating congenital or acquired deformities and abnormalities of the skull, face, and associated structures in children. Anesthesia plays a crucial role in pediatric craniofacial surgery by ensuring the safety and comfort of the child throughout the procedure. The following topics will be covered in subsequent sessions.


  • Track 23-1  Craniosynostosis Surgery
  • Track 23-2  Syndromic Craniofacial Surgery
  • Track 23-3  Anesthesia Management in Pediatric Craniofacial Surgery

Adult craniofacial anesthesia refers to the specialized field of anesthesiology that focuses on providing anesthesia care for adult patients undergoing craniofacial surgical procedures. Craniofacial surgery involves the treatment and reconstruction of the skull, face, and associated structures, typically to correct congenital abnormalities, traumatic injuries, or acquired deformities. The Adult Craniofacial Anesthesia topics will be discussed as part of the conference.


  • Track 24-1  Introduction to Adult Craniofacial Anesthesia
  • Track 24-2  Monitoring and Safety Measures
  • Track 24-3  Complications and Crisis Management
  • Track 24-4  Advances in Craniofacial Anesthesia

Neuroanesthesia for craniofacial surgery refers to the specialized field of anesthesia that focuses on providing safe and effective anesthesia care for patients undergoing surgical procedures involving the brain, skull, and associated structures, such as the face and cranial nerves. It encompasses the unique challenges and considerations involved in ensuring optimal patient outcomes during neurosurgical interventions.


  • Track 25-1  Preoperative Assessment and Optimization
  • Track 25-2  Monitoring the Brain during Craniofacial Surgery
  • Track 25-3  Hemodynamic Management in Neuroanesthesia
  • Track 25-4  Recent Advances in Neuroanesthesia for Craniofacial Surgery

Anesthetics: Anesthetics are medications used to induce a state of controlled unconsciousness, eliminate pain, and achieve muscle relaxation during surgical procedures.

Analgesics: Analgesics are medications used to relieve pain, both during and after craniofacial surgery. They can be classified into different categories based on their mechanisms of action, such as opioids, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, and local anesthetics.


  • Track 26-1  Introduction to Anesthetics and Analgesics in Craniofacial Surgery
  • Track 26-2  Anesthetic Considerations for Craniofacial Procedures
  • Track 26-3  Postoperative Pain Management in Craniofacial Surgery
  • Track 26-4  Ethical and Legal Considerations in Craniofacial Anesthesia

Dermocosmetology in craniofacial surgery combines dermatology and cosmetic procedures with craniofacial surgery to enhance aesthetic outcomes. The goal is to optimize the appearance and overall well-being of patients. The Sessions will be organized to examine the most recent findings and developments in dermo-cosmetology surgery.


  • Track 27-1  Hair Restoration in Craniofacial Surgery
  • Track 27-2  Skin Cancer Management in Craniofacial Surgery
  • Track 27-3  Dermatological Evaluation in Craniofacial Surgery
  • Track 27-4  Dermatological Complications in Craniofacial Surgery