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September 2010

Dr. Jack Gunter Attends European Academy of Facial Plastic Surgery

Dr. Jack Gunter will be participating in the 33rd Annual Meeting of the European Academy of Facial Plastic Surgery (EAFPS), which will be held in Antalya, Turkey in September 2010. The EAFPS has been organizing the educational activities and professional communication in Europe and beyond for more than 30 years now.

In addition to conducting a four hour workshop on rhinoplasty, Dr. Gunter will also moderate a panel discussion on middle nasal vault management concerning basic procedures and common risk factors. During the hour-long roundtable discussion, Dr. Gunter will present and address a number of rhinoplasty cases, while posing questions to address the various topics related to cartilaginous nasal vault management.

As a Clinical Professor at both the Department of Plastic Surgery and the Department of Otolaryngology at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas, Dr. Gunter appreciates the chance to fill the role of instructor, as well as the chance to interact with the diverse and highly skilled surgeons from around the world that will be in attendance at the EAFPS conference this September.

Dr. Gunter Member of Panel Discussion at Annual AAFPRS Meeting

Dallas plastic surgeon Dr. Jack Gunter is set to speak at the Annual American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery meeting in Boston over the last weekend of September 2010. As a highly-skilled and experienced plastic surgeon specializing in rhinoplasty, Dr. Gunter will participate in the following discussion panel: Many Ways to Skin a Cat: Comparison of External and Endonasal Approaches to Common Rhinoplasty Problems.

As part of the discussion, Dr. Gunter will be discussing several cases of particular interest and supplementing the talking points with before-and-after pictures, descriptions of the procedures performed, and his philosophy surrounding these specific cases, in addition to talking about rhinoplasty in general.

Dr. Spencer Cochran will also be participating in the AAFRPS annual meeting as a visiting professor, as he will be proctoring two courses during the September weekend. The first course is focused on the plastic surgery field and is titled “De-mystifying Nasal Osteotomies in Rhinoplasty.” The second course, entitled “Reputation Management,” will concern the business side of a plastic surgery practice and will be conducted in partnership with Tom Seary and Robert Baxter.