Dr. Thomas Romo III was recently awarded a Top Doctor distinction from RealSelf.com. His wealth of expertise and experience put him on the top of his profession. With many years of experience under his belt he continues to provide the best and most innovative care for all his patients.
Dr. Romo Publishes Book Chapter on Cutting-Edge Techniques for Ethnic Rhinoplasty
Dr. Thomas Romo III co-authored a book chapter called “Dorsal Augmentation Techniques in the African Descent Platyrrhine Nose” that addresses the importance of considering ethnic differences in nasal anatomy when analyzing a nose and planning a rhinoplasty surgery. Dr. Romo is a top facial plastic surgeon with extensive experience in performing ethnic rhinoplasty procedures, including African American rhinoplasty.
Dr. Romo Participates in Annual Conference for Endoscopic Surgery in Cannes
Dr. Romo attended the Annual Conference for Endoscopic Surgery in Cannes, France where he served as a panel mediator and presenter on topics ranging from eyelids and periorbital rejuvenation, aesthetic reconstruction of the platyrrhine nose and microtia reconstruction.
Dr. Romo Presents at 11th Annual Middle East Update in Otolaryngology Conference and Exposition in Dubai
Dr. Romo participated in the 11th Annual Middle East Update in Otolaryngology Conference and Exposition with presentations on endoscopic brow lifting, rhinoplasty of the non-Caucasian nose and challenging rhinoplasty cases.
Dr. Romo Publishes Paper on Controversies and Techniques for Revision Rhinoplasty
Dr. Romo co-authored a paper titled “Revision Rhinoplasty, Panel Discussion Controversies and Techniques” addressing the challenges and latest surgical techniques for revision rhinoplasty.
Dr. Romo Publishes Paper on Facial Reconstruction for HIV Lipoateophy
Dr. Romo co-authored a paper on multi layered ePTFE facial reconstruction for HIV lipoateophy in the Journal of Otolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery.
Dr. Romo Publishes Paper on New Techniques in Microtia Reconstruction
Dr. Romo co-authored a paper on microtia reconstruction for pediatric patients using cutting-edge autogenous rib and alloplast techniques.