©2023 Paul Harris.
He is frequently invited to share his work by presenting nationally and internationally at Plastic Surgery conferences.
Listed below are some of his main presentations as a consultant.
Mr Harris is considered an expert in the field of plastic surgery, particularly related to aesthetic and reconstructive breast surgery.
Mastopexy augmentation masterclass
Mentor Breast Symposium: Advances in Surgery; Madrid, Spain – June
My best save in aesthetic breast surgery
Breast implant choice: does shape matter?
New developments in aesthetic breast surgery
10th International Conference of the Royal Medical Services and Jordan Health Exhibition; Dead Sea, Jordan – April
What have we learned from 50 years of breast implant surgery?
10th International Conference of the Royal Medical Services and Jordan Health Exhibition; Dead Sea, Jordan – April
The expanding range of techniques needed to provide breast reconstruction for all.
Breast reduction: Making the Wise pattern FIT.
Should we be using smooth or textured implants?
The 22nd International Scientific Congress for Vietnam Society of Plastic & Aesthetic Surgery; Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam (Virtual) – July
Pre-pectoral vs retro-pectoral placement: the long-term view.
Mentor Breast Surgery Symposium – Strategies for Long-Term results; Athens – May
Mapping the patient experience.
The BAAPS Support Business day; London – April
Society & Breast implants: where are we?
Mentor Invited Surgeon Webinar in Netherlands (Virtual) – March
BII: managing patient concerns.
Discussing safety with patients.
Mentor Invited Surgeon Webinar (Virtual) – Feb
Implant selection: my preference and why?
Revision surgery after breast reduction.
Milan Aesthetic Breast Meeting; Milan, Italy – December
Breast augmentation with anatomical implants: case series.
Placement decision making in breast augmentation. (Sponsored talk by Mentor)
Anatomically-based decision making in mastopexy-augmentation.
ISAPS Educational Symposium (Virtual) – November
Revision surgery in mastopexy-augmentation.
Making the Wise Pattern Fit.
7th International Breast Surgery Workshop; Rome, Italy – October
Safety and effectiveness of silicone breast implants in breast augmentation.
The advantages of precision-filled implants in my changing breast practice
43rd Annual Australasian Society of Aesthetic plastic Surgery (Virtual) – October
Structured approach to breast implant selection: evidence base and surgical experience.
31st Thailand Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Meeting (Virtual) – October
Bottoming out implants: defining the problem, risk factors and correction.
Rejuvenation of the post-bariatric breast.
EURAPS Educational Symposium (Virtual) – October
Mentor Breast Implant Selection Symposium – Implant Selection.
ISAPS European Meeting – Vienna, Austria – September
Basics in breast reduction.
ISAPS Educational Symposium (Virtual) – June
FIT pattern breast reduction
BAAPS Masterclass series (Virtual) – June
Bottoming out masterclass: defining the problem, risk factors and correction.
Mentor EMEA Breast Surgery e-Conference: Revision Surgery (Virtual) – May
Mastopexy with mesh.
Association of Breast Surgeons Annual Scientific Meeting (Virtual) – May
Breast reduction: the basics and beyond.
Ibreast book Webinar, Basics of Cosmetic Breast Surgery – improving techniques and outcomes (Virtual) – March
Implant removal and mastopexy.
Milan Aesthetic Breast Meeting (Virtual) – December
Mastopexy with dissolvable mesh.
Breast reduction: making the Wise pattern FIT.
Milan Aesthetic Breast Meeting (Virtual) – November
Why I use Mentor implants.
Mentor Southeast Asia Webinar (Virtual) – October
Do we still need anatomical implants.
Surgical challenges in removing an implant.
Mentor Breast Educational Webinar Series (Virtual) – April
Caring for patients with breast implant illness (BII).
7th Breast Care Surgical Excellence Symposium (Mentor event); Webinar – March
The need for both textured and smooth implants in aesthetic breast surgery.
Improved aesthetic outcomes from mastopexy using dissolvable mesh.
British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgeons (BAPRAS); Monaco – December
Reduction mammoplasty: making the Wise pattern FIT.
This house declares that BBLs should be banned.
British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS) Annual Meeting; London, UK – October
Mastopexy with mesh: video instruction session.
The London Breast Meeting; London, UK – September
Optimising outcomes in mastopexy-augmentation: a treatment algorithm.
Improved outcomes in mastopexy using bio-absorbable mesh.
International Course Training for Plastic Surgeons (ICTPS) & ISAPS Symposium; St Petersburg, Russia – June
Recent advances in breast reduction surgery.
Revision breast implant surgery.
The role of BAAPS in aesthetic medicine education.
FACE Meeting; London, UK – June
Navigating the latest from ANSM and other health authorities.
6th Breast Care Surgical Excellence Symposium (Mentor event); Hamburg, German – May
The stored energy concept.
Mapping the customer experience.
Implant options in revision surgery.
Milan Breast Meeting, Milan, Italy – December
How to measure and choose the correct implant and new IMF position when using round implants.
Optimising outcomes in mastopexy augmentation using the minus plus concept.
ISAPS World Congress; Miami, USA – November
Treatment strategies in revision breast augmentation.
BAPRAS Celtic Plastic Surgeons Meeting; Dunkeld, UK – November
Fat grating to improve outcomes in aesthetic breast surgery.
2nd London ISAPS Symposium; London, UK – October
Anatomical decision making in mastopexy-augmentation.
Fat grafting for aesthetic results: why and why not?
5th Breast Care Surgical Excellence Symposium (Mentor event); Hamburg, German – May
How to deal with negative online reviews.
The great texture debate and future of implants: experiences from the UK.
5th Breast care Surgical Excellence Symposium (Mentor event); Hamburg, German – May
Ethical marketing: all in the best possible taste.
Royal Society of Medicine, Aesthetics Section; London, UK – March
Complex decision making in mastopexy augmentation.
Doctors Update Meeting; Val d’Isère, France – January
Anatomical-based decision making in mastopexy augmentation.
British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgeons (BAPRAS); London, UK – December
How does the ethical plastic surgeon compete in the current marketplace?
DIEPs with implants.
47th Annual Meeting of The Portuguese Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery Society; Lisbon, Portugal – October
ISAPS Lisbon Symposium; Lisbon, Portugal – October
Flaps and implants.
Multi-unit Pan-Thames Day on Breast Reconstruction, The Royal Society of Medicine; London, UK – June
Advanced implant-tissue techniques in breast reconstruction.
Mentor Course in Surgical Excellence; European Surgical Institute, Hamburg, Germany – May
Revising mastopexy augmentation – perspectives and experience.
Augmentation-mastopexy: Single stage, two stage and patient selection.
UK Oncoplastic Fellows Training Meeting; Liverpool, UK – June
Mastopexy augmentation techniques: how I do it.
The Association of Breast Surgeons Annual Conference; Manchester, UK – May
Autologous flap salvage of the failed implant-based breast reconstruction.
BAPRAS Advanced Educational Course – Breast; Manchester, UK – April
Measurement, photography and 3D analysis.
The use of the Keller Funnel in breast implant surgery and complex case discussion.
Doctors Update Meeting; Val d’Isère, France – February
Should implant reconstruction replace autologous reconstruction? The argument against.
Oncoplastic Breast Surgery and ADM Reconstruction; London, UK – July
Autologous flap salvage of implant-based breast reconstruction.
Targeted gene delivery using free tissue transfer.
Swedish Annual Surgical Meeting; Karlstad, Sweden – August
Oncoplastic breast surgery in the UK (Jointly with Miss F MacNeill).
Facelifting: techniques and cadaveric demonstration.
European Society of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery (ESPRAS); Edinburgh, UK – July
Advances and Controversies in Reconstructive Microsurgery; Norwich, UK – May
Refinements in TUG flap breast reconstruction.
Variations and versatility of the TUG flap.
The London symposium on reconstructive microsurgery, The Royal Society of Medicine; London, UK – May
Post-mastectomy breast reconstruction – current concepts.
Clinical Cosmetic & Reconstructive Expo; London, UK – October
Mastopexy – the relationship between volume and the envelope.
Facial aesthetics – the ageing process.
The gracilis flap in breast reconstruction.
UK Oncoplastic Fellows Training Meeting; Liverpool, UK – September
Cosmetic surgery trends and economic indicators – comparisons across The Pond.
Invited to ‘Voice of Europe’ section at European Association of Societies of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (EASAPS); Istanbul, Turkey – June
Flap reconstruction in cancer care.
Undergraduate Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery Conference 2011; London, UK – November
Biplanar breast augmentation: How I do it.
Annual Aesthetics Day, Royal Society of Medicine; London, UK – May
Reconstructive surgery for limb threatening sarcomas.
British Sarcoma Group Conference; London, UK – February
Ageing of skin and fat.
Interventional Cosmetics; Recent Advances in Facial Procedures. Royal Society of Medicine, London; UK – February
Surgery of the chest wall: Soft tissue reconstruction.
Advances in Thoracic Surgery; London, UK – November
The International Federation of Head and Neck Oncology: Current Concepts in Head and Neck Surgery and Oncology; London, UK – September
DIEP based breast reconstruction.
Indian Association of Surgical Oncology (IASO) & British Association of Surgical Oncology (BASO) Joint Meeting; Hyderabad, India – September
Applied surgical anatomy.
Upper lid and brow rejuvenation: an advanced course. Imperial College of Science & Technology; London, UK – May
Limiting the complication rate of DIEP flap breast reconstruction by maintaining a flexible approach to rectus muscle harvest.
British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgeons (BAPRAS); Deauville, France – July
An algorithmic approach to reconstruction of the lip.
British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgeons Educational Programme (BAPRAS); Manchester, UK – April
Flap reconstruction following gynaecological tumour resection of advanced and recurrent disease: The Royal Marsden experience.
The Royal Society of Medicine combined Plastics & Gynaecology sections meeting, The Royal Society of Medicine; London, UK – December
Lower lid blepharoplasty: an advanced course. Imperial College of Science & Technology; London, UK – September
Applied facial anatomy.
The Royal Society of Medicine Aesthetic Surgery Day; Royal Society of Medicine; London, UK – May
Current Concepts in Aesthetic Facial Surgery Conference; Guys Hospital; London, UK – April
The surgical anatomy of the face.
Myocutaneous flaps following BCT.
Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery of the Breast – Third European Conference; Milan, Italy – December
Autologous breast reconstruction.
The College of Surgeons of Sri Lanka and British Association of Surgical Oncology Joint Meeting; Columbo, Sri Lanka – August
The role of microvascular tissue transfer in cancer reconstruction.
Junior Oncology Club, The Royal Society; London, UK – June
Blepharoplasty: applied anatomy.
British Association of Plastic Surgeons (BAPS) Educational Programme
“Eyes, eyelids, ears and nose”; Manchester, UK – May
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