Padua University, Italy

Congress Program

(Initial Format)


The 1st World Congress of Modern Cosmetic-Plastic Gynecology: Innovations in Surgical and Medical Management


  • To present up-to-date subjects in modern cosmetic-plastic gynecology
  • To select current trends that most influenced the progress in modern cosmetic-plastic gynecology
  • To establish weakness in modern cosmetic-plastic gynecology for prospective clinical-scientific studies at the Padua University, Italy

Congress Structures:

  • Special Invited Lectures
  • Keynote Lectures
  • Plenary Sessions
  • Oral Presentations
  • Poster Presentation
  • Video Presentations
  • Round Table Integrative Discussion
  • Great Debates
  • Surgical Tutorials
  • Live Tele-Surgical Demonstration or Live Tele-Surgical Cadaveric Demonstration
  • Pre- and Post-Congress Educational Courses/Workshops


The Padua University, Italy

Lecture Halls:

Aula Mangna

Target Audience:

  • Gynecologists
  • Urogynecologists
  • Plastic Surgeons
  • Dermatologist
  • Dermatologic Surgeons
  • Urologists
  • General Surgeons
  • Cosmetic Surgeons
  • Medical Aesthetic Practitioners
  • Medical Practitioners

Opening Ceremony:

  • The Congress Secretary Introduction of the President
  • The Congress President’s Opening Remarks
  • His Magnificence Rector of the Padua University Address
  • The Padua University Award Presentation for “Significant Contribution to the Clinical-Scientific Progress in Cosmetic Reconstructive Gynecologic Field”
  • The Opening Ceremony Lecture by Invited Guest Speaker

Invited Guest Speaker Lectures:

  • Padua University models in education and clinical-scientific research of modern cosmetic-plastic gynecology (the Dean of the Medical School PU, Italy)
  • Pioneering uterine transplant: the most advanced reconstructive (plastic) gynecologic surgery,(Sweden or USA)
  • XXI Century historical Discovery of the G-spot Anatomical Structure and Histology (Prof. Dr. Adam Ostrzenski, U.S.A.)
  • Socio-cultural changes and their influence on a self-perceived body image, (Prof. Ilona Blocian, Poland)
  • The multiplanar-high resolution-dynamic MRI role in identifying site-specific defects within the female urogenital tract (Y Madaros, M.D., Francs).
  • Hormonal replacement therapy and their use in cosmetic-plastic gynecology(K. Ostrzenska, M.D., U.S.A.)

Keynote Speakers:

  • Patient’s right and ethics in cosmetic-plastic gynecology
  • A transgender surgery (Prof. C. Salgado, U.S.A.)
  • Avoiding surgical and medical complications of cosmetic-plastic gynecology, (Prof. Dr. Adam Ostrzenski, U.S.A.)
  • Most qualified specialty to perform a cosmetic-plastic gynecologic surgery, (Prof. Dr. Adam Ostrzenski, U.S.A.)

New Anatomical/Histological Discovery:

  • Gross
  • Functional
  • Surgical anatomy
  • Histology discoveries within the female genital tract

New Surgical Techniques & New Technology:

  • Newly developed surgical techniques in the field of modern cosmetic-plastic gynecology by the clinical implementation of recently discovered anatomy
  • New therapeutic technologies use in the contemporary cosmetic-plastic gynecology
  • Dynamic MRI in practice of plastic gynecology

Preliminary Topics:

  1. New Anatomical and Histological Discoveries within Female Genitalia
  2. Clinical Implementation of New Anatomical Discoveries
  3. Principles of Cosmetic Surgery
  4. Local Anesthesia
  5. Preoperative Care
  6. Postoperative Care
  7. Mons Veneris (Mons Pubis) Reduction
  8. Mons Veneris and Labium Majus Reconstruction
  9. Clitoral Prepucioplasty
  10. Clitoral Hoodoreduction
  11. Clitoral Hood Restoration
  12. Clitoral Hoodoplasty (Reconstruction)
  13. Clitoral Frenuloreduction (Utilizing the Infra Frenulum Fascia Bundle - The New Anatomical Discovery)
  14. Clitoral Frenuloplasty (Reconstruction) (Utilizing the Infra Frenulum Fascia Bundle - The New Anatomical Invention)
  15. Labium minus (Labia Minora) Labioreduction
  16. Labium minus (Labia Minora) Labioplasty (Reconstruction)
  17. Labium minus (Labia Minora) Frenulum Restoration
  18. Labium Majus (Labia Majora) Labioreduction(with the adipose sac preservation)
  19. Labium Majus (Labia Majora) Labioplasty (Reconstruction) by newly discovered adipose sac reconstruction,
  20. Labium Majus (Labia Majora) Labiopexyby Colles’ fascia restoration
  21. Labium Majus (Labia Majora) Labioliftby mons veneris superficial fascia and superior adipose sac reconstruction
  22. Vaginal Rejuvenation by,
  23. Lateral vaginal wall site-specific defects reconstruction
  24. Anterior-posterior vaginal wall site-specific defects reconstruction
  25. Vaginal tightening with the perineal body preservation
  26. Modified posterior perineoplasty
  27. Vaginal Rejuvenation By Using
  28. Lasers
  29. Radiofrequency
  30. Other modalities
  31. G-Spotplasty for Secondary Dysfunction
  32. G-Spot Therapies for Secondary Dysfunction by Augmentation or Amplification,
  33. Autologous fat transfer
  34. Collagen injection
  35. Hyaluronic acid injection
  36. Other modalities
  37. Medical Treatments for G-Spot Dysfunction
  38. Hymenoplasty
  39. Combo Surgery: General Plastic& Cosmetic-Plastic Gynecology
  40. Surgical Complications of Combo Surgery and Their Management
  41. Female Reconstructive Female Pelvis
  42. Utilizing New Technologies in Cosmetic-Plastic Gynecology
  43. Fillers in Cosmetic-Plastic Gynecology:
  44. Natural fillers
  45. Artificial fillers
  46. Complications
  47. Medical Cosmetic In Cosmetic-Plastic Gynecology
  48. Sexual Function And Cosmetic-Plastic Surgery
  49. Emotional & Social Well-Being & Cosmetic-Plastic Surgery
  50. Psychological Therapy in the Cosmetic-Plastic Field
  51. Case Presentations Related to Cosmetic-Plastic Gynecology,
  52. Selection for surgeries
  53. Surgical outcomes
  54. Surgical complications
  55. Corrective surgeries
  56. Establishing a Practice of Cosmetic-Plastic Gynecology
  57. Marketing Cosmetic-Plastic Gynecology
  58. Medical-Legal Aspect of Practicing Cosmetic-Plastic Gynecology
    • Medical License investigations
    • Medical-legal defense
  59. Informed Consent for Cosmetic-Plastic Gynecology
  60. Patient Education in Cosmetic-Plastic Gynecology


  1. Surgical tutorials include:
    • Slides
    • Video
    • Case-based formats
    • Interactive demonstrations
  2. Book reviews
  3. New technology equipment
  4. Surgical instruments for cosmetic-plastic gynecology

a) Structural abstract with the following subtitles:

  1. Background
  2. Objectives
  3. Material and Methods
  4. Results
  5. Conclusions

b) Use “Time New Roman” font 10
c) No more than 250 words


  • Presentation of the Best Scientific and Clinical Awards
  • The Congress Scientific Committee Chair Remarks
  • The Congress Local Organizing Committee Chair Remarks
  • The Congress International Organizing Committee Chair Remarks
  • The Congress Adjourn and the President Closing Remarks