About the Dallas Rhinoplasty Meeting

The 2018  Dallas Rhinoplasty Meeting will be dedicated to the late Jack P. Gunter, M.D, a consummate expert and superb rhinoplasty teacher and Founder of the Dallas Rhinoplasty Symposium which has taught the art and science of rhinoplasty to over 10,000 plastic surgeons and facial plastic surgeons.

The annual Dallas Rhinoplasty Meeting is a unique program bringing together world-class faculty. Lectures will include a review of the nasal anatomy, how to analyze the nose, diagnosing common and uncommon rhinoplasty problems, and development of an individualized operative plan for various rhinoplasty deformities.

One of the most valuable experiences is the opportunity to apply learned techniques in the hands-on cadaver lab.

This meeting is designed for board-certified physicians desiring a refresher course in the anatomy and fundamentals of rhinoplasty surgery. The didactic sessions will provide an update on specific aspects and evolution in rhinoplasty. 

Who Should Attend:

  • Plastic Surgeons
  • Facial Plastic Surgeons
  • Otolaryngologists
  • Residents in the above specialties

Purpose and Content:

The meeting is designed to take the participant through the entire spectrum of rhinoplasty surgery:  from the basic fundamentals to the latest refinements and advancements in technique.

The meeting will consist of didactic lectures, cadaver dissections, panel discussions and Q&A.  Evening DVD Theatre will allow attendees to view the faculty performing various rhinoplasty techniques.  This unique program will allow participants to observe and directly engage with faculty performing advanced rhinoplasty techniques.

An anatomic nasal dissection DVD will be provided to all participants registered for the cadaver lab.