5,000th Rhinoplasty Procedure Performed by Dr. Jack Gunter

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For over 35 years, Dr. Jack Gunter has pursued excellence in the world of rhinoplasty, having written the book on the subject: Dallas Rhinoplasty: Nasal Surgery by the Masters. In addition to the recent translation of this surgical tome into Chinese, Dr. Gunter is announcing another milestone following the completion of his 5,000th rhinoplasty procedure.

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Dr. Jack Gunter, Dallas Rhinoplasty specialist, Performs 5,000th Procedure

Since the first modern day rhinoplasty was performed in the U. S. in 1938, plastic surgeons have been attempting to perfect this operation, as it is one of the most difficult procedures in cosmetic surgery.

Dallas Rhinoplasty: Nasal Surgery by the Masters is the surgical encyclopedia on the rhinoplasty procedure, edited in part by world-renowned plastic surgeon Dr. Jack Gunter. Following the 2011 Dallas Rhinoplasty Symposium — a source of knowledge and expertise the world of Dallas Rhinoplasty has depended on for over two decades—Dr. Gunter is officially announcing his successful completion of his 5,000th rhinoplasty procedure.

At the Gunter Center for Aesthetic and Cosmetic Surgery, Dr. Gunter and his associates, Dr. C. Spencer Cochran and Dr. Michael Bogdan, perform a range of aesthetic enhancement procedures, including rhinoplasty and revision, or secondary rhinoplasty. For over 35 years, he not only continues to refine the art and science required of one of the most complex plastic surgery procedures, but says he also focuses intensely on providing the surgeons of tomorrow with the skills and expertise necessary to transform the field of rhinoplasty in the future.

While Dr. Gunter contributes a great deal of time fulfilling his role as an educator both in the U. S. and internationally, he adds that his days as a performer and innovator are far from over. Already looking ahead to the coming year and the 2012 Dallas Rhinoplasty Symposium, Dr. Gunter had this to say about the future of rhinoplasty: “Since the first modern day rhinoplasty was performed in the U. S. in 1938, plastic surgeons have been attempting to perfect this operation, as it is one of the most difficult procedures in cosmetic surgery. To this day, no surgeon has been able to produce consistently predictable results; however, we are getting closer and hope that with continuous advancement in the teaching of this operation, we can aspire to this in the near future.”

About Dr. Jack Gunter

Jack Gunter, MD earned his medical degree from the University of Oklahoma School of Medicine. He then completed his general surgery training at the University of Arkansas Medical Center, a residency in otolaryngology at Tulane University EENT Hospital, and his plastic surgery residency at the University of Michigan. Dr. Gunter is double board-certified, with certifications by the American Board of Plastic Surgery and the American Board of Otolaryngology. He is a member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, the American Association of Plastic Surgeons, and is a founding member of the Rhinoplasty Society. Dr. Gunter’s awards and accolades are numerous, as are his list of publications and lectures. He believes in supporting the next generation of surgeons as they strive to succeed in a complex and gratifying profession.

The Gunter Center for Aesthetic and Cosmetic Surgery is located at 8144 Walnut Hill Lane, Suite 170 in Dallas, TX 75231, and can be reached at (214) 369-8123, or found online at http://www.rhinoplasty-usa.com, or the Gunter Center for Aesthetics and Cosmetic Surgery Facebook page.

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