Dr. Toriumi Endorsed by Dr. Paul Nassif of E's "Botched"


NEW YORK LIVE (June, 2014): Dean M. Toriumi, M.D., Professor of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery and Head of the Division of Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery at the University of Illinois at Chicago, serves as Dr. Paul Nassif's facial plastic surgeon.

Recognized as a top surgeon himself, Dr. Paul Nassif of E's new series "Botched" trusts Dr. Toriumi as his personal nasal surgeon. When asked "Who does your nose?" Dr. Nassif proudly states "...my friend Dean Toriumi."


 















Dr. Toriumi Coordinates Global Meeting on Rhinoplasty
 

CHICAGO (December, 2012):  Dean M. Toriumi, M.D., Professor of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery and Head of the Division of Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery at the University of Illinois at Chicago, served as co-organizer of the “Cutting Edge 2012 Aesthetic Surgery Symposium Advanced Sculpting of the Nose” meeting in New York City, November 29 to December 1 in New York City.

Along with colleagues Dr. Sherrell Aston and Dan Baker, Dr. Toriumi organized the interdisciplinary symposium, which drew more than 600 surgeons from 55 countries, including some of the most highly regarded international experts in rhinoplasty.   Major topics addressed in panels included new and more established rhinoplasty techniques in areas such as nasal tip surgery, osteotomies, dorsal augmentation, nasal function, the deviated nose, revision rhinoplasty, ethnic rhinoplasty, and others.

“The meeting was a smashing success, given its overwhelming attendance,” Dr. Toriumi said.  “Many of the attendees said it was the best rhinoplasty meeting that they had ever attended, telling us that the focused presentations, panels of top rhinoplasty surgeons from all over the world, and use of video made the symposium highly educational and useful.”

M. Eugene Tardy, M.D., former Chair of the Department, gave a keynote presentation, as did Dr. Toriumi, who spoke on his new methods of managing nasal tip contour and tip position.

 

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