Dallas plastic surgeon and meeting Chair, Dr. Rod J. Rohrich, will host the annual Dallas Cosmetic Surgery and Medicine Meeting, to be held March 10 and 11, 2022.

This meeting, along with the Dallas Rhinoplasty Meeting taking place immediately afterwards, includes panel discussions, video feeds with expert commentary, live demonstrations, and a unique cosmetic anatomy lab which gives participants direct, hands on experience. Presentations are prepared by highly experienced surgeons and providers and will cover the latest trends and offer expert guidance on advanced applications of cosmetic treatments with a special emphasis on evidence-based medicine. Both meetings are attended by surgeons from around the world.

“The movement toward evidence-based plastic surgery and safety in outcomes doesn’t have a concrete end,” explains meeting chairman, Dr. Rohrich. “This is truly a change in the way we practice our profession – a change that sets the stage for continual advances and improvements, always with an awareness of our perpetual duty to assure the safety and satisfaction of our patients.”

The annual meeting, which is open to board-certified plastic surgeons, facial plastic surgeons, otolaryngologists, oculoplastic surgeons, dermatologists, residents, aestheticians 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 advances in skin care.

The second day of the meeting will highlight advances in cosmetic surgery including facelifts, body contouring procedures, and breast surgery and marks a unique feature of the meeting, the Cosmetic Cadaver Lab, which allows attendees to experience hands on participation and expert observation. This portion will be open to plastic surgeons, otolaryngologists, oculoplastic surgeons, and residents in these medical specialties.

“The Dallas Cosmetic Surgery and Medicine Meeting offers unprecedented opportunities for surgeons to enhance their skills and understanding of cosmetic surgery by learning and interacting with the Masters in the field of cosmetic surgery and medicine,” Rohrich adds.

[Source(s): PhaseCraft LLC, EIN Presswire]