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October 2010

Dr. Gunter Guest Speaker at the North Carolina Plastic Surgery Society

Dr. Gunter filled the roles of visiting professor and guest speaker for Wake Forest University at the annual meeting of the North Carolina Plastic Surgery Society (NCPSS) on October 14-17, 2010. Founded in 1978, the organization of North Carolina’s plastic surgeons is dedicated to promoting the highest ethical standards while working to advance the art and science of plastic and reconstructive surgery. The primary purpose of the annual meeting is to encourage professional interaction among its members while providing quality continuing education.

Dr. Gunter led three events while in attendance at the NCPSS: the first was a lecture for plastic surgeons coupled with a demonstration; the second was a discussion centered on primary rhinoplasty; and the final event was a discussion concerning secondary rhinoplasty.

Regardless of the topic, Dr. Gunter appreciates the opportunity to interact with his colleagues and participate in the advancement of plastic surgery, and the rhinoplasty procedure in particular.

Dr. Gunter Speaking at the Annual ASPS Meeting

Dr. Jack Gunter, a Dallas plastic surgeon specializing in rhinoplasty, will be speaking at the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) on October 3, 2010 in Toronto, Ontario. In conjunction with the Canadian Society of Aesthetic (Cosmetic) Plastic Surgeons (CSACPS), the ASPS expects more than 5,000 plastic surgeons and medical professionals to join them at the premier educational event, which features new developments and trends in plastic surgery.

Dr. Gunter will be discussing rhinoplasty, focusing specifically on the topics of the septum, valves, and turbinates concerning their functional considerations in the nose. At the world’s largest international meeting of plastic surgeons, Dr. Gunter is looking forward to providing his expertise to support the ASPS event and his renowned Gunter Center for Aesthetic and Cosmetic Surgery in Dallas.