Dallas Surgeon Jack P. Gunter Honored As “Distinguished Fellow” by the American Association of Plastic Surgeons
AAPS recognizes Dr. Jack P. Gunter for his lifetime contributions to the field of plastic surgery.
Dallas, TX – Medical Director Jack P. Gunter, MD, of the Gunter Center for Cosmetics & Aesthetic Surgery was recently named a 2014 Distinguished Fellow by the American Association of Plastic Surgeons (AAPS). According to AAPS, the Distinguished Fellow award formally recognizes Dr. Gunter’s “personal achievements and lifetime contributions to the field of plastic surgery.”
Dr. Gunter has dedicated his 35 plus year medical career to advancing techniques in the fields of rhinoplasty (nose surgery) and revision rhinoplasty. Recently, Dr. Gunter was also invited as a special lecturer to the 36th Annual Meeting of the Japan Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (JSAPS), which was held October 17-18, 2013. JSAPS Chairman Otake Naoyuki praised Dr. Gunter as a leading authority of rhinoplasty in the U.S, and for making significant contributions to the concept of rhinoplasty in Japan.
Throughout his career, Dr. Gunter has consistently emphasized experience, repetition, and precise attention to overall facial harmony as the keys to performing successful nose surgery. In his early years as a physician, Dr. Gunter pioneered methods for open rhinoplasty and also created educational tools to instruct other plastic surgeons on rhinoplasty techniques.
The Gunter Center for Aesthetics & Cosmetic Surgery in Dallas specializes in primary and secondary rhinoplasty surgeries. The practice also offers non-surgical skin treatments to restore and rejuvenate the face and body. As Medical Director of the Gunter Center for Aesthetics & Cosmetic Surgery, Dr. Gunter directs and oversees all functions of the practice. While surgical responsibilities at the Gunter Center have been handed to Dr. C. Spencer Cochran, Dr. Gunter remains involved in managing the rhinoplasty practice.
About Jack Gunter, MD, FACS
Dr. Jack P. Gunter is certified by both the American Board of Plastic Surgery and the American Board of Otolaryngology. Dr. Gunter completed his plastic surgery residency at the University of Michigan, and his otolaryngology residency at Tulane University EENT Hospital. He has more than 35 years experience in performing rhinoplasty and secondary rhinoplasty surgeries. As a recognized leader and researcher, Dr. Gunter also holds appointment as a Clinical Professor in both the Department of Plastic Surgery and the Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery at UT Southwestern Medical Center. He is a member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS), the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, the American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, and many others. Previously, Dr. Gunter was the recipient ASPS President’s Award, and recognized as one of Castle Connolly Medical Ltd.’s Best Doctors in America.
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Invited as a Special Lecturer to the 36th Annual Meeting of the Japan Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, Dr. Jack P. Gunter will discuss the latest improvements in second (revision) rhinoplasty techniques.
Dallas, TX – An internationally recognized expert and leader in the field of rhinoplasty, Dr. Jack P. Gunter has been invited to the 36th Annual Meeting of the Japan Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (JSAPS), which will be held in Tokyo on Oct 17th and 18. During the two-day conference, Dr. Gunter will serve as a special lecturer and make a presentation on the subject of revision rhinoplasty.
Revision rhinoplasty, also referred to as secondary rhinoplasty, is a procedure performed to correct problems that have developed or persisted following a patient’s first nose surgery – such as cosmetic irregularities, functional/breathing difficulties, or simple dissatisfaction with results. Dr. Gunter’s presentation, titled, “Evolution of a Personal Secondary Rhinoplasty Practice” will feature a discussion of revision rhinoplasty and the improvements he’s made in the results of the initial rhinoplasty, as well as newer techniques in secondary rhinoplasty procedures.
In a recent blog post on Dr. Gunter’s website entitled “Dr. Gunter to Present Latest Revision Rhinoplasty Techniques in Japan,” he mentions a report from the International Society of Plastic Surgeons which cites data from recent years listing Japan as the fourth highest-ranking country in the number of cosmetic surgery procedures performed annually. Ranked first was the United States, followed by Brazil and China. Japan also ranked within the top-five countries for the number of rhinoplasty procedures performed. Praising Dr. Gunter as a leading authority of rhinoplasty in the U.S., JSAPS Chairman Otake Naoyuki has stated that Dr. Gunter’s work had a major impact on the concept of rhinoplasty in Japan.
For over 27 years, Dr. Gunter has lectured for both the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS) and for the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS). He has presented on an extensive variety of rhinoplasty topics, such as challenging noses and noses with thick skin. Dr. Gunter says that sharing his expertise and experience through continuing education conferences (both nationally and internationally) is something he enjoys in order to further the advancement of nose surgery techniques and to promote the safest, most precise methods. As one of the most complex and artistically intricate plastic surgery procedures, Dr. Gunter also says that it is critical for surgeons to remain well-versed with the most recent developments in rhinoplasty.
About Jack Gunter, MD, FACS
Double-Board Certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery and the American Board of Otolaryngology, Dr. Jack P. Gunter is renowned as one of the nation’s experts in rhinoplasty and revision rhinoplasty. He completed his plastic surgery residency at the University of Michigan, and his otolaryngology residency at Tulane University EENT Hospital. In addition to holding academic appointments as a Clinical Professor in both the Department of Plastic Surgery and the Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery at UT Southwestern Medical Center, Dr. Gunter is a member of numerous medical organizations, including the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS), the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, and the American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery. He is also a founding member of The Rhinoplasty Society. Dr. Gunter has been the recipient of many honorable awards and distinctions, including the ASPS President’s Award and recognition as one of Castle Connolly Medical Ltd.’s Best Doctors in America.
For more information about Gunter-Center Aesthetics and Cosmetic Surgery visit http://www.gunter-center.com/.
On October 17-18, Dr. Jack P. Gunter will travel to Tokyo to attend the 36th Annual Meeting of the Japan Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (JSAPS). Invited to the two-day conference as a special lecturer, we are excited to announce that Dr. Gunter will present on the “Evolution of a Personal Secondary Rhinoplasty Practice” and discuss his own experience in trying to improve results from a previous rhinoplasty. He will talk about techniques that have shown marked improvement in outcomes for revision rhinoplasty procedures. JSAPS Chairman Otake Naoyuki refers to Dr. Gunter as leading authority of rhinoplasty in the U.S., and has also recognized the extent of his work as a major influence on the concept of rhinoplasty in Japan.
Since 1985, our rhinoplasty surgeon has lectured for both the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS) and for the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS), among many other national and international conferences. According to Dr. Gunter, sharing his knowledge and experience at continuing education conferences is something he finds both rewarding and necessary. Dr. Gunter also says that, as it is one of the most complex and artistically intricate cosmetic procedures, it is important for surgeons to practice the most precise and proficient primary rhinoplasty techniques in order to produce outcomes that look natural and do not result in cosmetic asymmetries or breathing difficulties. When such aesthetic and functional symptoms do occur, revision rhinoplasty is often required.
To learn more about our rhinoplasty and second rhinoplasty procedures, or to schedule a consultation with one of our doctors, please contact us.
Dr. Spencer Cochran provides patients with a thorough understanding of what they can expect throughout the rhinoplasty procedure.
Dallas, TX — Rhinoplasty, or a nose job, is a surgical procedure designed to reshape a patient’s nasal structure and appearance to facilitate breathing or achieve a more aesthetically symmetrical appearance. According to recent statistics from the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS), rhinoplasty is one of the top four most popular cosmetic surgical procedures for women under 35 and the second most popular procedure for men. Because of the complex structure of the nose and its position as the focal point of a person’s face, Dallas rhinoplasty surgeon Dr. Spencer Cochran says recovery from rhinoplasty can be a daunting process; however, patients can ease much of their anxiety by familiarizing themselves with what to expect from their procedure beforehand.
At the Gunter Center for Aesthetics and Cosmetic Surgery in Dallas, Dr. Cochran says patient education and comfort are paramount to a successful procedure, and he strives to provide anyone undergoing rhinoplasty with extensive information through a week-by-week recovery guide. Using a preoperative and postoperative instruction packet, he says patients are able to see what their recovery should look like on the day of surgery, the day after, and the months to follow. Dr. Cochran says this approach to thorough patient education helps instill a sense of ease going into the procedure, and also provides a support system for patients who may be unsure if their recovery experiences are normal.
“We are a very hands-on office,” says Dr. Cochran. “We do everything we can to make sure our patients are comfortable by guiding them through every step of the process.”
For many surgeons, Dr. Cochran says the first step of recovery is to place an external splint on the exterior of the nose to help preserve the operative result and aid in reducing swelling. He says the cast is typically left on for a week, after which the patient will come into the office and Dr. Cochran will remove the bandages. During the weeks and months that follow, he says patients can expect to see gradual reduction in swelling as the nose continues to take on its new shape.
As patients recuperate, Dr. Cochran says he sees them several times over the next few months to ensure their recovery is going smoothly and they are happy with their result. Since every patient has different goals and expectations, he urges anyone considering rhinoplasty or revision rhinoplasty to consult with a qualified and board-certified surgeon who has the experience to address a wide range of functional and cosmetic nasal concerns. Dr. Cochran says through partnership with the right practice, patients can dramatically increase the likelihood of enjoying a speedy recovery and a healthy, beautiful outcome.
About C. Spencer Cochran, MD
Dr. Spencer Cochran is board-certified by the American Board of Otolaryngology and a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center. He is a member of the American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, the Rhinoplasty Society, and several other professional organizations. Dr. Cochran has also been featured as one of D Magazine’s “Best Doctors in Dallas.” He is available for interview upon reque
Dallas, TX — Thanks to media attention and its popularity among both men and women alike, rhinoplasty has long been in the forefront of plastic surgery. However, the procedure is generally considered one of the most difficult treatments in cosmetic surgery and requires exact precision as well as extensive training to perform correctly. Dr. Spencer Cochran, a rhinoplasty surgeon in Dallas, says finding the right practice for one’s procedure is essential to achieving a safe, effective outcome, and patients need to be aware of several key characteristics that define a good practice when narrowing down their list.
According to recent statistics from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS), rhinoplasty is the second most popular cosmetic surgical procedure, with over 243,000 performed last year. Given the vast array of surgeons performing nose reshaping surgery across the country, Dr. Cochran says patients must rely on good research skills to filter out the most qualified practice for achieving a safe, effective result. He says the best place to start is with a surgeon’s credentials, as not all surgeons have undergone the rigorous training required to perform rhinoplasty. Patients should be sure to choose a rhinoplasty surgeon who is board-certified by either the American Board of Plastic Surgery or the American Board of Otolaryngology.
“Rhinoplasty takes considerable experience and training to get predictable results,” says Dr. Cochran. “It is important to find a surgeon who understands both the aesthetic aspects of nasal surgery as well as the functional aspects.”
Additionally, Dr. Cochran says an essential quality of the ideal rhinoplasty surgeon is a specialization in nasal surgery. Because not all plastic surgeons routinely perform rhinoplasty at their practices, he says choosing one who does is imperative, and patients should inquire about what percentage of the doctor’s procedures are devoted to nose reshaping and/or revision rhinoplasty. Dr. Cochran encourages his Dallas plastic surgery patients also to look at the surgeon’s before and after photos to get a better idea of the type of results they can expect from that particular practice.
“One of the unique things about our practice is that rhinoplasty is our primary focus,” he says. “It is what we do on a day to day basis, and I believe our results reflect that commitment.
Once patients have narrowed their list of potential surgeons, he says patients should trust their instincts and choose the surgeon who is most in tune with their goals and expectations. Similarly, Dr. Cochran stresses the importance of communication between a patient and his or her surgeon, since having an open dialogue about what each patient hopes to achieve is crucial to realizing those goals. Whether they are looking for a primary rhinoplasty procedure or secondary rhinoplasty, he says partnership with an experienced and dedicated practice can help ensure patients receive the highest quality care possible.
About C. Spencer Cochran, MD
A graduate of the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, Dr. Spencer Cochran is board-certified by the American Board of Otolaryngology and a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center. He is a member of the American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, the Rhinoplasty Society, and several other professional organizations. Dr. Cochran has also been featured as one of D Magazine’s “Best Doctors in Dallas.” He is available for interview upon request.
Dr. Jack Gunter and Dr. C. Spencer Cochran specialize in primary and secondary rhinoplasty at Gunter Center for Aesthetics and Cosmetic Surgery
Dallas, TX – Dr. Jack Gunter, a Dallas plastic surgeon, has been contributing to the field of rhinoplasty for over 35 years. As the Medical Director of the Gunter Center for Aesthetics and Cosmetic Surgery, Dr. Gunter remains actively involved with procedural planning and development of customized surgical plans for patients with unusual and complex problems in secondary rhinoplasty, along with his experienced lead surgeon, Dr. C. Spencer Cochran.
Recently, The Rhinoplasty Society held its 18th annual meeting in New York City for specialists in the field. Dr. Gunter was asked to be the President’s Guest Lecturer at the event, where he presented a lecture titled “Evolution of a Personal Secondary Rhinoplasty Practice.” This lecture is part of Dr. Gunter’s continued commitment to educate rhinoplasty surgeons across the globe and help them develop the tools they need to provide the best possible care and results for their patients.
The Rhinoplasty Society, founded in 1996, is a non-profit organization with the mission of facilitating the exchange of ideas and techniques concerning rhinoplasty surgery. The society’s annual meeting was meant to provide a forum for rhinoplasty specialists to submit papers in a peer-reviewed format and attend presentations led by prominent professionals in the field.
According to Dr. Gunter, directing a practice that offers secondary (or revision) rhinoplasty is essential to quality patient care when it comes to surgeons who are interested in rhinoplasty. Patients seek out secondary rhinoplasty when an original rhinoplasty procedure fails to meet expectations. However, due to the fact that secondary rhinoplasty is much more challenging than primary rhinoplasty, many plastic surgeons do not offer the procedure. Since the natural anatomy of the nose is no longer intact and the tissue planes present before the initial surgery are now filled with scar tissue, rebuilding the remaining nasal framework of bone and cartilage can be very difficult. Often, additional cartilage has to be taken from the ear or rib to get the best results.
Secondary rhinoplasty procedures are more challenging to perform, and Dr. Gunter recognizes the need for specialists in this area. Patients pursue surgeons to address the functional and aesthetic concerns following the failure of the primary procedure. From Dr. Gunter’s perspective, the surgeons who do perform secondary rhinoplasty procedures are those surgeons that have taken a special interest in rhinoplasty and have made it the primary operation in their practice – which leads to special expertise in this complex and challenging operation.
Rhinoplasty performed by an unskilled or less-than-qualified plastic surgeon often results in more problems than it solves. In Dr. Gunter’s experience, patients of such surgeons can often experience problems such as breathing difficulties following surgery. In addition, these patients may also have nasal asymmetry and exhibit an artificial or “operated-on” appearance. With their secondary rhinoplasty procedures, Dr. Gunter and Dr. Cochran seek to greatly improve unsatisfactory results and restore the natural look of the patient’s nose.
Due to its long-term commitment and interest in rhinoplasty procedures, the Gunter Center for Aesthetics and Cosmetic Surgery is proud to offer its Dallas plastic surgery patients an opportunity to revise their previous procedure and achieve the results they sought from the outset.
About Jack P. Gunter, MD
Dr. Jack Gunter is double board-certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery and the American Board of Otolaryngology. He completed his residency training in Plastic Surgery at The University of Michigan and his residency training in otolaryngology at Tulane University.
Dr. Gunter is routinely invited as a guest lecturer for meetings and symposiums held internationally. He has been honored with a number of awards and distinctions throughout his career, including the American Society of Plastic Surgeons President’s Award, and holds membership in many of the most respected and prestigious medical organizations in the world. Dr. Gunter is available for interview by media upon request.
About C. Spencer Cochran
Dr. C. Spencer Cochran is certified by the American Board of Otolaryngology, and earned his medical degree from the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. He went on to specialize in nasal surgery at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas, where he served as Chief Resident of the Department of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery. He continues his affiliation with the university as a Clinical Assistant Professor, teaching rhinoplasty techniques to other surgeons. In addition to the Rhinoplasty Society, Dr. Cochran is a member of several prominent medical organizations, including the American Academy of Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery and the American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery. Dr. Cochran is available for interview by media upon request.
Dr. Jack Gunter shares his knowledge in a talk about five-year rhinoplasty follow-ups
Dallas, TX – Dr. Jack P. Gunter, a Dallas plastic surgeon, has been practicing for 35 years and frequently offers his vast experience as an educational tool for fellow surgeons. The founder of the Gunter Center for Aesthetics & Cosmetic Surgery, Dr. Gunter will attend The Annual Meeting of the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS) 2013. This event is intended to broaden the aesthetic education of its attendees while encouraging open discussion by the top professionals in the field.
In November of 2012, Dr. Gunter delivered a keynote address at “The Cutting Edge Aesthetic Surgery Symposium” on rhinoplasty methodologies. At The Annual Meeting of the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS) 2013, scheduled to be held in New York City, Dr. Gunter will participate in a panel discussion titled: “Five Rhinoplasty Patients with Five Year Follow-up: Would I Do The Same Operation Again?”
Dr. Gunter is enthusiastic about his involvement in such an extensive conference in the field of aesthetic surgery. The ASAPS 2013 meeting will feature panels on a variety of surgical topics including:
- Facelift and rhinoplasty
- Plastic surgery and the media
- Strategies for quality patient care
Attendees of the conference receive American Medical Association (AMA) and Physician’s Recognition Award (PRA) continuing education credits and can choose from over 120 teaching courses.
Dr. Gunter is looking forward to this symposium as an opportunity to learn the latest findings the field of aesthetic surgery has to offer. In addition, he enjoys serving as a source of knowledge and a mentor for conference attendees.
As a national educational leader, Dr. Gunter and his associate Dr. C. Spencer Cochran hope to instill confidence in his Dallas plastic surgery patients and provide them with the best care available. At the Gunter Center for Aesthetics & Cosmetic Surgery, both Dr. Gunter and Dr. Cochran continually strive to be leaders in this field, operating with state-of-the-art techniques and the latest technology the field has to offer.
About Jack P. Gunter, MD
Double board-certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery and the American Board of Otolaryngology, Dr. Jack Gunter completed his medical training at the Universities of Michigan and Tulane. He has received several awards for his work, including the Simon Fredrick’s Award and the American Society of Plastic Surgeons President’s Award for his Teaching of Rhinoplasty Surgery. Dr. Gunter is available for interview by media upon request.
Dallas, TX — At the recently held Dallas Rhinoplasty Symposium, Dr. Jack Gunter and Dr. Spencer Cochran delivered several lectures and participated in the presentation of an anatomical cadaver lab. Dallas plastic surgeon Dr. Gunter says their contributions to the conference offered a unique opportunity to promote the advancement and progression of rhinoplasty techniques and to keep up-to-date with the latest cosmetic enhancement development.
Drs. Gunter and Cochran of the Dallas plastic surgery practice the Gunter Center for Aesthetics & Cosmetic Surgery recently attended the 29th installment of the conference to deliver lectures and anatomy lab presentations on the latest advancements in rhinoplasty techniques. The conference, held at the UT Southwestern campus and the Westin Galleria in Dallas, TX, took place March 9-11 and was sponsored by the UT Southwestern Department of Plastic Surgery and the Office of Continuing Medical Education.
Dr. Gunter, the Symposium Co-Chairmen and Clinical Professor of the Department of Plastic Surgery and the Department of Otorhinolaryngology at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, says was pleased with the participation and hopes all attendees took away a greater motivation to continue their pursuit of the safest, most effective techniques in rhinoplasty procedures. As lecturer and moderator of many discussions at the conference including clinical analysis, facial balance, revision rhinoplasty, and how to avoid complications during a procedure, Dr. Gunter says each presentation discussed a unique, important aspect of rhinoplasty that can hopefully enhance future performance and results of the intricate treatment.
Dr. Cochran, a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Otolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery of the UT Southwestern Faculty, introduced several presentations throughout the conference on topics such as nasal tip alignment and how to decrease projection of the nose. He says he is grateful for the chance to share his experience with his colleagues and hopes the symposium provided a thorough educational approach to deconstructing rhinoplasty.
Following the conference, Drs. Gunter and Cochran say they have both returned to their practice equipped and driven to continue providing the highest quality care and satisfactory results to their patients. Dr. Gunter adds that he is excited for the future of rhinoplasty and the chance to continuously perfect its ability to provide balance, harmony, and confidence to his patients’ faces.
About Jack P. Gunter, MD
Dr. Jack Gunter received his undergraduate degree from Westminster College and his Doctor of Medicine degree from the University of Oklahoma School of Medicine. He has completed surgical residencies in General Surgery, Plastic Surgery, and Otolaryngology, in addition to a Fellowship in Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at Mercy Hospital in Pittsburgh and an Internship at the University of Arkansas Medical Center. Dr. Gunter serves as the Clinical Professor in the Department of Plastic Surgery and the Department of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck. With over 35 years of experience in rhinoplasty, he is board-certified by both the American Board of Plastic Surgery and the American Board of Otolaryngology, as well as a member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, the American Academy of Otolaryngology – Head & Neck Surgery, the American College of Surgeons, the Rhinoplasty Society, Inc. (founding member), and several other professional organizations. Dr. Gunter has also been named one of the Best Doctors in America, and awarded the Simon Fredricks Award, the ASPS Presidents Award, and the Tiffany Award for best paper on his discussion of rhinoplasty maneuvers.
About C. Spencer Cochran, MD
A graduate of the University of Texas at Austin, Dr. Spencer Cochran earned his medical degree from the UT Health Science Center at San Antonio. He completed both an Internship in General Surgery and his residency in Otolaryngology – Head & Neck surgery at the UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas. Dr. Cochran is the Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Otolaryngology – Head & Neck Surgery at the UT Southwestern Medical Center and a Clinical Faculty member in the Division of Otolaryngology at Dallas Veterans Administration Medical Center. He is board-certified by the American Board of Otolaryngology and a member of the American Academy of Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery, the Rhinoplasty Society, the American Medical Association, and several other professional organizations. Dr. Cochran has been selected by D Magazine as one of the “Best Doctors in Dallas.”
Located at 8144 Walnut Hill Lane, Suite 170 in Dallas, TX, the Gunter Center can be reached at (214) 369-8123. It can also be contacted online via the website gunter-center.com, rhinoplasty-usa.com, or facebook.com/guntercenter.
The Gunter Center is the first cosmetic surgery practice in North Texas to offer three dimensional (3D) computer imaging to simulate the results of rhinoplasty and breast augmentation surgery. Dallas rhinoplasty specialists, Dr. Jack P. Gunter and Dr. Spencer Cochran use this advanced imaging system to show patients how their nose might look after nose reshaping surgery. Dr. Michael Bogdan offers 3D imaging for breast augmentation surgery at the Gunter Center in Dallas, Texas. Click on the image below to read the entire article.