As a plastic surgeon in Dallas, Dr. Jack Gunter continues to blaze trails in the cosmetic enhancement industry, particularly the rhinoplasty procedure. Dallas Rhinoplasty: Nasal Surgery by the Masters, which is edited by Dr. Gunter, Rod Rohrich, MD and Bill Adams, MD is widely considered the surgical tome for nasal surgery, and continues to make its way through the international community with the recent Chinese translation.
Dallas Rhinoplasty, edited by Dr. Jack Gunter, Dr. Rod Rohrich, and Dr. Bill Adams and published by Quality Medical Publishing, Inc., is considered the definitive reference in nasal surgery. This magnum opus in cosmetic surgery has been translated into Chinese to meet the growing demand worldwide for information on this topic. The most recent translation testifies to the value of this classic medical dissertation for surgeons throughout the world, as well as the far-reaching reputation of its editors. Written and edited by the recognized pioneers of rhinoplasty, this two-volume set is an essential addition to any cosmetic surgeon’s library.
Based on the knowledge and expertise gathered from over two decades of participation in the annual Dallas Rhinoplasty Symposium—which first began in 1983 due to the efforts of Dr. Jack Gunter and Dr. Robert Oneal—this book provides a wealth of valuable information, from basic fundamentals and anatomy to the latest refinements and advances in technique. Viewed worldwide as the definitive nasal surgery text, the Chinese translation of Dallas Rhinoplasty was inevitable.
As the editors of the authoritative text, Dr. Gunter, Dr. Rohrich, and Dr. Adams represent the acknowledged leaders and other major contributors in the plastic surgery community, as well as those surgeons specializing in rhinoplasty procedures in particular. The entire collection includes two volumes totaling more than 1500 pages, with more than 3100 color illustrations, further supported by 3 DVDs. As the text travels throughout the global cosmetic surgery community, its continued success is a testament to the resounding impact its editors have had on all forms of rhinoplasty, and the entire aesthetic enhancement industry.
About Dr. Gunter
Dr. Jack P. Gunter earned his medical degree from the University of Oklahoma School of Medicine. He then completed his general surgery residency at the University of Arkansas Medical Center, a residency in plastic surgery at the University of Michigan, and an Otolaryngology residency at Tulane University. Dr. Gunter is a member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, and the American College of Surgeons. He continues to rigorously lecture and publish in the plastic surgery community, and has garnered a number of prestigious awards throughout his illustrious career.
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 www.gunter-center.com, www.rhinoplasty-usa.com or the Gunter Center for Aesthetic and Cosmetic Surgery Facebook page.
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. 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.
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.
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.
As part of an advisory board for Ethicon, Inc. and Mentor Worldwide LLC over the past two years, Dr. Jack Gunter and Dr. Spencer Cochran recently attended the PDS Flexible Plate Innovation Summit in New York, NY. The PDS Flexible Plate is a bio-absorbable, synthetic material, which serves as a scaffold for cartilage reconstruction. The recent FDA approval means Dr. Gunter and Dr. Cochran, as well as the many plastic surgeons around the country that specialize in rhinoplasty surgeries, will have to harvest less cartilage from elsewhere on the body.
The doctors worked closely with Ethicon, Inc. and Mentor Worldwide as consultants for the research and development teams throughout the entire process in an effort to refine the benefits of the bio-absorbable material. With the help of Dr. Gunter and Dr. Cochran, the PDS Flexible Plate is expected to improve a number of procedures, and potentially decrease the surgeons’ need for obtaining additional cartilage from other locations on the body, including the ears and ribs, for nasal reconstruction. Dr. Gunter and Dr. Cochran say the use of PDS Flexible Plate will increase their ability to provide natural-looking rhinoplasty results, while reducing the overall impact on each patient.rhinoplasty
Dr. Jack Gunter, Dallas rhinoplasty specialist, is being named by Castle Connolly as one of America’s Top Doctors. While only a small percentage of physicians in the United States have received this prestigious award, Dr. Gunter continues to prove he is one of the best in his profession with his fifth consecutive year as America’s Top Doctors.
Each year, Castle Connolly conducts a rigorous, peer-nominated selection process to determine America’s Top Doctors in a wide range of specialties across the nation. The process begins with surveys of physicians and healthcare professionals, and is further supplemented by interviews with leading specialists in each medical field, chairs of clinical departments, residency program directors, and presidents and vice presidents at the nation’s leading medical centers and specialty hospitals.
Next time you visit the Gunter Center for Aesthetics and Cosmetic Surgery, be sure to congratulate Dr. Gunter on this recent, momentous achievement.
D Magazine released their 2009 issue of “Best Doctors in Dallas” and named Dr. Jack Gunter and Dr. Spencer Cochran as two of the “Best Doctors in Dallas” for the category Cosmetic/Reconstructive Surgery. Both Dr. Gunter and Dr. Cochran are internationally-known for their rhinoplasty (nose job) results. They are two of only a handful of surgeons in the United States who focus exclusively on rhinoplasty, revision rhinoplasty, and rhinoplasty related procedures — such as chin implants.
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