Board Certified Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgeon, Dr. Jay M. Dutton, the Founder and Director of the Midwest Facial Plastic Center in the Chicago area and Associate Professor at Rush University Medical Center joins eHealth Radio and the Beauty and Plastic Surgery Information Channels.
Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Dr. Jay M. Dutton discuss the following:
- What exactly is a “minimally invasive” rhinoplasty and how did it evolve?
- What are the advantages (and potential disadvantages) of mini--mally invasive Rhinoplasty?
- What is the recovery like and do patients require packing?
- How do you determine who is a good candidate for this procedure?
- What do you see in the future for minimally invasive rhinnoplasty and nasal surgery in general?
Jay M. Dutton, M.D., F.A.C.S. is double-board-certified in both Otolaryngology and Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery with interest and extensive experience in both facial plastic and reconstructive surgery and rhinology, with is the study of the function of the nose and paranasal sinuses.
Doctor Dutton has a particular interest in rhinoplasty, which is the union of these two disciplines. In addition to managing a very busy clinical practice, Dr. Dutton continues his love of teaching and training future generations of surgeons as an Associate Professor at Rush University Medical Center. Well-trained and experienced in all aspects of facial plastic surgery, Dr. Dutton is particularly passionate about the form and function of the nose, both clinically and in his numerous peer-reviewed articles and lectures on rhinoplasty.
Dr. Dutton travels annually to the Dominican Republic to perform cleft lip and palate reconstructions for the community of Peralta, and he has twice traveled to Haiti to perform reconstructive surgery, including immediately after the devastating earthquake of 2010.