“The virtual format allows us to continue to provide this unprecedented educational opportunity for surgeons to enhance their skills and understanding of cosmetic surgery, while ensuring participant safety and bypassing the disruption of global travel.” -Dr. Rohrich
March 02, 2021
Dallas plastic surgeon and meeting chair, Dr Rod J. Rohrich, is pleased to announce the next 2021 edition Dallas Cosmetic Surgery and Medicine Meeting, to be held on March 14. Due to global travel restrictions and for the safety of all participants, the meeting location has become a full-day virtual event.
This meeting, along with the Dallas Rhinoplasty meeting which takes place the day before, March 13, features expert presentations on emerging topics, panel discussions, video feeds with expert commentary, and edited demonstrations. direct. The presentations are prepared by highly experienced surgeons and providers and will cover the latest trends and offer expert advice on advanced applications of cosmetic treatments with a particular focus on evidence-based medicine. Both meetings are attended by surgeons from all over the world.
“The movement towards evidence-based plastic surgery has no concrete end,” said meeting chairman Dr Rohrich. “This is truly a change in the way we practice our profession – a change that paves the way for continuous progress and improvement, always with the awareness of our perpetual duty to ensure the safety and satisfaction of our patients. “
The annual meeting, which is open to board-certified plastic surgeons, facial plastic surgeons, otolaryngologists, eye-plastic surgeons, dermatologists, residents, estheticians and other non-physician providers, will focus on advances in topics such as non-invasive cosmetic procedures, fat removal, skin tightening, cellulite treatment, dermal fillers, lasers and the latest advancements in skin care.
The updated agenda has been moved to a fully virtual event for 2021 due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. “The virtual format allows us to continue to provide this unprecedented educational opportunity for surgeons to improve their skills and understanding of cosmetic surgery, while ensuring the safety of participants and bypassing the disruption of global travel,” Dr Rohrich said.
About Rod J. Rohrich, MD, FACS
Dr Rod J. Rohrich is a board certified plastic surgeon in Dallas, Texas. He is considered one of the most influential surgeons of this century. Dr Rohrich is Clinical Professor of Plastic Surgery at Baylor College of Medicine. He was the founding chair of the plastic surgery department as well as the first plastic surgeon selected as professor emeritus at UT Southwestern Medical Center. He graduated from Baylor College of Medicine with First Class Honors and completed his training in Plastic Surgery at the University of Michigan Medical Center and fellowships at Massachusetts General Hospital / Harvard (hand / microsurgery) and the University of Oxford (pediatric plastic surgery). He is president of the Dallas Rhinoplasty Meeting, founding president of the Dallas Cosmetic Surgery and Medicine Meeting, founding member of the Alliance in Reconstructive Surgery and founding partner of the Dallas Plastic Surgery Institute.
He is the editor of the world’s most respected plastic surgery journal, the Journal of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. He is the founding editor-in-chief / editor emeritus of the leading peer-reviewed open-access plastic surgery journal, PRS Global Open. Dr Rohrich has published nearly 1,000 peer-reviewed articles and seven plastic surgery textbooks, including a recent bestselling medical book called The Facial Danger Zones.
Dr. Rohrich has also served as president of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS), the largest organization of certified plastic surgeons in the world. He has been repeatedly selected by his peers as one of the best American doctors. He has received the ASPS Special Achievement Award and has three times received one of the highest honors in his profession, the Distinguished Service Award from the Plastic Surgery Foundation (PSF), which recognizes his contributions to surgical education. plastic. In addition, he was also recognized by the PSF with the Distinguished Researcher Award from the Foundation for Plastic Surgery for his contributions to research and innovations in plastic surgery.
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