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Salt Lake City Plastic Surgeon is New President of American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery
Date:5/5/2009

neral surgery residency at Jackson Memorial Hospital at the University of Miami. Dr. Saltz served a plastic surgery residency and fellowship at the University of Alabama at Birmingham He was certified by The American Board of Surgery in 1989 and by the American Board of Plastic Surgery (ABPS) in 1992.

"The Aesthetic Society is at the forefront of change within the field of cosmetic plastic surgery," says Dr. Saltz. "Our primary mission is to enhance patient care through providing continuing medical education to qualified aesthetic plastic surgeons. We also have a responsibility to educate the public about the safety and benefits of Aesthetic surgery and Cosmetic Medicine, and to help people make better-informed choices."

Other new Aesthetic Society officers on the Executive Committee are:

President-Elect: Felmont F. Eaves, III, MD of Charlotte, NC. An Aesthetic Society Member since 1999, Dr. Eaves is a partner at Charlotte Plastic Surgery and an attending surgeon at Presbyterian Hospital, Carolinas Medical Center, and Mercy Hospital. Dr. Eaves currently serves as a traveling professor, and a member of the Aesthetic Surgery Journal Task Force. He is the Former Chair of the Finance & Investment and Patient Safety, and Public Education Committees, as well as the past Administration Commissioner. Dr. Eaves has twice been the recipient of the Aesthetic Society's Simon Frederick's Award for Best Meeting Panelist, additionally he is the past recipient of the Sherrell J. Aston Award for Best Presentation by a Candidate or Resident, and the Ted Lockwood Award for Excellence in Body Contouring.

Vice President: Jeffrey M. Kenkel, MD of Dallas, TX. An Aesthetic Society Member since 2001, Dr. Kenkel is a professor and Vice Chairman of the Department of Plastic Surgery at The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas. He is Associate Editor of the Aesthetic Surgery Journal and editor of Select
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