Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) March 09, 2013
Dr. Rod J. Rohrich along with colleague, Dr. Jack P. Gunter, will serve as co-chair of the 30th annual Dallas Rhinoplasty Symposium. Leading rhinoplasty experts will present topics on all aspects of primary and secondary rhinoplasty to attendees from around the world who come to learn the latest surgical techniques to advance and improve nose reshaping surgery.
The Dallas Rhinoplasty Symposium covers a wide range of topics from how to analyze the nose and plan a primary or secondary rhinoplasty to the fundamentals of successful rhinoplasty surgery to the latest refinements in surgical technique. Dr. Rohrich’s presentations include secondary rhinoplasty and ethnic rhinoplasty.
"The Dallas Rhinoplasty Symposium is the only global meeting where participants can see, learn, and perform rhinoplasty alongside leading rhinoplasty experts, some of which pioneered modern rhinoplasty techniques," explains Dr. Rohrich.
The conference include lectures, Q&A sessions, and discussion panels but also features video feeds of rhinoplasty being performed with commentary by leading plastic surgeons who are experts in rhinoplasty. In addition, the Symposium offers direct hands on experience via the meeting’s optional rhinoplasty anatomy lab session.
“Rhinoplasty is a surgery of millimeters. It truly epitomizes plastic surgery as a whole because it is a surgery of such great finesse and takes years to master.” says Dr. Rohrich. "It is one of the most difficult procedures in all of plastic surgery, but also one of the most rewarding."
The Dallas Rhinoplasty Symposium is being held March 8th to March 10th. For more information visit http://dallasrhinoplastysymposium.com
About Rod J. Rohrich, M.D., F.A.C.S.
Dr. Rod J. Rohrich holds the Betty and Warren Woodward Chair in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at UT Southwestern Medical Center. He also holds the UT Southwestern Medical Center Crystal Charity Ball Distinguished Chair in Plastic Surgery. Dr. Rohrich graduated from Baylor College of Medicine with high honors, and completed residencies at the University of Michigan Medical Center and fellowships at Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard (hand/microsurgery) and Oxford University (pediatric plastic surgery). He has served as president of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons and currently serves as president of the Rhinoplasty Society. He repeatedly has been selected by his peers as one of America's best doctors, and twice has received one of his profession's highest honors, the Plastic Surgery Educational Foundation Distinguished Service Award, which recognizes his contributions to education in his field. Dr. Rohrich participates in and has led numerous associations and councils for the advancement of plastic and reconstructive surgery. He is a native of North Dakota and is married to Dr. Diane Gibby, also a plastic surgeon. They live in Texas with their two children.