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Rod J. Rohrich Delivers Keynote Lecture on the Future of Plastic Surgery at the International Red Sea Symposium
Date:5/30/2013

Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) May 30, 2013

Dallas plastic surgeon, Rod J. Rohrich, M.D., delivered the keynote address at the recent International Red Sea Symposium hosted in Eilat, Israel. In his lecture, titled "Plastic Surgery 2020 - A Look Into the Future," Dr. Rohrich describes the advancing landscape of aesthetic options and how they will shape the future of plastic surgery.

In his address, Dr. Rohrich reviews the use of new technology in cosmetic medicine and examines the impact it will have moving forward on what has traditionally been a medical specialty with a strict focus on the surgical.

Topics included emerging technologies such as autologous fat grafting, the use of genomics, adult stem cell treatments, and tissue engineering – less invasive technologies which are based on each individual person’s unique biology. Also included in the discussion are better developed technologies such as the wide array of new dermal fillers and the expanding collection of noninvasive medical devices for skin treatments and body contouring.

While some plastic surgeons may be hesitant to supplement their surgical practice with these emerging technologies, Dr. Rohrich urges colleagues to be accepting and embrace the ideas if they have a proper scientific foundation. "Plastic surgeons should not be afraid to change and adapt when proven, well developed technologies and methodologies are available," says Dr. Rohrich. "What works best today may not be the best solution tomorrow."

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