Sign up for this outstanding, full-day workshop packed with fundamental and advanced topics on facial anatomy and procedural safety, at Singapore’s iconic educational facility, the Academia. This course is tailor-made for plastic surgeons, dermatologists and other aesthetic practitioners (including residents and fellows), with an interest in injectables and other minimally invasive cosmetic procedures.

Learn from AnEW’s global experts on key topics including updates on fillers, botulinum toxins, and fat grafting. Experience first-hand the newest advancements in cosmetic procedures designed specifically to suit the needs of doctors and patients in Singapore and Southeast Asia, with a focus on emerging techniques and avoidance of complications.  

The unique format of this workshop integrates world-class anatomical teaching with panel discussions, and procedural demonstrations on living patients. The anatomical dissections are specifically designed for injectables and other non-surgical procedures, including demonstrations with dyed fillers to reveal the target tissue planes for different facial zones, and in-situ models of hyaluronidase injection for vascular complications.

Attendance is limited, to ensure direct interaction with the anatomical and clinical faculty.  The live-feed broadcast of cadaver anatomy straight from the dissection room allows you to interact directly with the faculty, to request individualized demonstrations and sharing of knowledge that fulfil your specific educational needs.


Key Details

  • Date: March 5, 2018 (Monday)
    • Note: This is a pre-congress workshop, held 1 day before the main AnEW conference. 
  • Time: 8:00am to 5:30pm
  • Location: Academia, Singapore General Hospital
  • Cost: $450 SGD
    • Notes:
      • AnEW conference pass needs to be purchased first, the workshop will appear as an add-on option.
      • If you are already a delegate, log in here to choose the workshop as an option.




  1. Discuss the anatomical basis of different modalities of non-surgical and minimally invasive rejuvenation.
  2. Familiarisation with the specific needs of Southeast Asian patients, and how they can be addressed with today’s non-surgical technologies.
  3. Review the key anatomy of the face, including anatomy of the facial muscles, ligaments, fat compartments and blood vessels.
  4. Key strategies to ensure the best procedural results and ensure maximal procedural safety - including tips and tricks for approaching anatomical danger zones, and emergency treatments to manage injectables complications.
  5. Case-based presentations with a focus on Southeast Asian aesthetics.



Learn from our roster of internationally renowned faculty experts including:
Anatomical Directors:
  1. Dr. Hee-Jin Kim,  Professor and Chairman, Division of Anatomy & Developmental Biology, Yonsei University College of Dentistry, Seoul, Korea.
  2. Dr. Mark Magnusson, President, Australasian Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons
  3. Dr. Tim Papadopoulos, Immediate Past President,  Australasian Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons
Clinical Directors:
  1. Dr. Hema Sundaram, Visiting Professor for the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery, and Academic Course Director of the AnEW Conference.
  2. Dr. Chee Leok Goh, Professor of Dermatology, Senior Consultant of the National Skin Centre Singapore and Scientific Coordinator of the AnEW Conference.



SESSION 1: Opening Plenary
8:00am - 8:45am 
Registration and Breakfast

8:45am - 10:45am 
Introduction to workshop: Anatomy of aging, Fat Compartments and Facial Assessment
Didactic lectures on key course topics, with opportunity for audience interaction and Q&A.

10:45am - 11:00am
Coffee Break
SESSION 2: Anatomical and Procedural
11:00am - 1:00pm
Integrated Anatomical and Procedural demonstrations with panel discussion and interactive Q&A.

1:00pm - 2:00pm
Lunch, with networking opportunities
SESSION 3: Anatomical and Procedural
2:00pm - 4:00pm
Integrated Anatomical and Procedural demonstrations with panel discussion and interactive Q&A.

4:00pm - 4:15pm
Tea Break
SESSION 4: Closing Plenary
4:15pm - 5:30pm
Workshop summary including key take-home messages and interactive Q&A