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Renowned Pittsburgh Plastic Surgeon to Be Keynote Speaker at Three Prestigious Conferences

Pittsburgh, PA (PRWEB) December 05, 2012

Dr. Dennis Hurwitz, a renowned board-certified facial and cosmetic surgeon in Pittsburgh, has been chosen to address fellow plastic surgeons at several upcoming medical conferences. As a highly respected surgeon and an innovator of safe, effective plastic surgery techniques, Dr. Hurwitz is frequently approached to deliver lectures throughout the country. During the months of November and December, the surgeon will be the keynote speaker at the Canadian Association of Aesthetic Medicine 9th Annual Conference in Toronto, Canada; the Body Conference and Exhibition for The Royal Society of Medicine London in England; and the Florida Society of Plastic Surgeons located in West Palm Beach, Florida.

Dr. Hurwitz spoke on his experience in facial plastic and body contouring surgery to an appreciative packed Toronto Delta Chelsea Hotel conference hall. He emphasized the role of neurotoxins, fillers, and lipo-massage to complement facelift surgery, as well as more rapid recovery and improved results with Perioperative Endermologie for body contouring surgery. Then, just hours later, the internationally sought-after lecturer boarded an overnight plane to London, England to deliver three major lectures to his British colleges at the Royal Society of Medicine, located on 1 Wimple Street. He recapped his groundbreaking experience in total body lift surgery in addition to introducing several recent innovations, including a new upper body lift he calls the “J-Torsoplasty.”

In early December, the Pittsburgh plastic surgeon will head to the sunny and warm West Palm beaches where he will join half a dozen renowned nationwide speakers at the annual Florida plastic surgeon’s meeting. At that time, he will introduce to the members of the society to his use of the Quill barbed suture in facelifts after weight loss, which he has been successfully doing for the past six years.

For more than 30 years, Dr. Hurwitz has been honing his skills and broadening his knowledge in the fields of plastic surgery and obesity surgery. Dr. Hurwitz is considered to be a trusted resource and insightful educator, which is why students, fellow surgeons, and other medical professionals seek his professional guidance and leadership. As a former medical director of the University of Pittsburgh Cleft Palate/Craniofacial Center, the largest active provider of cleft lip and palate procedures in the region, Dr. Hurwitz is no stranger to transforming lives by redefining a person's appearance. He has extensively lectured in Pittsburgh and throughout the world on surgical topics, including his development of the innovative total body lift and the art of body redesign.

The Pittsburgh Plastic Surgeon practices out of his four state-of-the-art facilities, which are located in Pittsburgh, Chadds Ford, Beverly Hills, and São Paulo, Brazil. He is a diplomat of the American Board of Plastic Surgery and a member of several prestigious societies and associations, including the American Society of Plastic Surgeons and American Association of Plastic Surgeons. To schedule an appointment at the Hurwitz Center for Plastic Surgery, contact Dr. Dennis Hurwitz by sending him an email directly.

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