The Art of Aesthetic Surgery of the Breast;

A series of European expertise by E(A)SAPS


E(A)SAPS is proud to present our series of webinars on aesthetic plastic surgery of the breast. Showcasing the techniques and skills of our European experts in aesthetic breast surgery and spanning the spectrum of breast aesthetics, this series is not to be missed! Attendance is free for participants.


Following on from the success of the opening webinar An overview of aesthetic breast surgery, we are pleased to announce that the second webinar in the series will air on Thursday, September 17th 2020 at 19.00 CET. This webinar will look at Unlocking Breast Augmentation with Dr Carlos Parreira (President of E(A)SAPS, Portugal) introducing the webinar and Dr Nora Nugent (Membership Committee Chair E(A)SAPS, UK ) and Dr Michel Rouif (Secretary General E(A)SAPS, France) moderating.


Our panelists are Ms Eilis Fitzgerald (Ireland), Professor Roy de Vita (Italy), Mr Marc Pacifico (UK) and Professor Katarina Andjelkov (Serbia).


This webinar will feature the following lectures;


  1. Eilis Fitzgerald (Ireland) “Considerations for breast augmentation post pregnancy”
  2. Roy de Vita (Italy) “The continuing role for textured breast implants in breast augmentation” 
  3. Marc Pacifico (UK) “Augmentation in the tuberous breast”
  4. Katarina Andjelov (Serbia) “Approaching BIA-ALCL & BII in the breast augmentation patient”


It will be possible for audience participation with interactive polls and question submissions. We invite all our European colleagues in plastic surgery (of course international participants are also welcome) to join us in July and for the rest of the series.


Our next webinars in the series are covering breast reduction (November 2020), composite breast augmentation/lipoaugmentation (January 2021), augmentation mastopexy (March 2021) and breast complications (May 2021). Please join us for the series as we expand our knowledge and share our technical tips for aesthetic surgery of the breast.


To register, please go to

If you registered for our July webinar, you do not need to register again. Simply sign in using the same details as before.