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Dr. Duane J. Taylor , CEO and Medical Director of Le Visage ENT & Facial Plastic Surgery , attended the fundraisers Fight Night and Knock Out Abuse in Washington, D.C. held on November 5,2015. Fight Night is one of the premier fundraisers in DC for the non profit Fight For Children which contributes to education in countless ways for children in the District of Columbia http://fightforchildren.org/fight-night/. Knock Out Abuse helps to combat the problem of Domestic Violence . http://www.knockoutabuse.org
Dr. Duane J. Taylor attended the American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery annual meeting in Dallas , Texas from 9/26-9/29,2015. Duane Taylor MD was elected to the Board of Directors of the AAO-HNS in 2012 which is the largest organization of Ear,Nose and Throat physicians from the U.S. and other countries around the world.
Dr. Taylor attended the American Rhinologic Society Annual Summer Symposium , July 14-16,2015 in Chicago, Illinois .Areas presented and discussed at the meeting included Rhinoplasty , Chronic Sinusitis , Sinus Headaches Pediatric rhinology and use of the Balloon technology for chronic sinusitis. Duane Taylor MD is a member of the American Rhinologic Society .
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Bethesda, Maryland – The practice of Dr. Duane J.Taylor is
observing “World Voice Day,” an international health observance day for the
human voice, on April 16. On this day, the public is asked to celebrate the
power of the healthy voice and recognize that harmful speaking techniques,
alcohol and tobacco abuse can easily and irrevocably damage the voice. The
long-term consequences of poor voice care can range from strained vocal cords
and chronic hoarseness to deadly head and neck cancers.
The American Academy of Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery’s theme for supporting this year’s World
Voice Day, “Connect with Your Voice,” calls attention to connecting with your
own voice and the voices of others you communicate with on a daily basis. Voice
disorders can greatly impact the lives and abilities of those affected to
express themselves. Many people don’t understand the signs and symptoms of these
disorders and often put off treatment, which can cause irreparable damage to
their voice quality.
“Vocal health is critical to our communication-oriented society, but the voice does not receive the public
recognition and appreciation it deserves, said Dr. Duane Taylor of Bethesda,
Maryland . “World Voice Day provides a perfect forum for highlighting the latest advances in
laryngology and voice care, and for educating our colleagues, patients, and
communities with lectures, voice screenings, community outreach resources, and
World Voice Day gives otolaryngologist—head
and neck surgeons an opportunity to bring renewed awareness about vocal health
to the general public and to professionals who have built careers around their
As the practice Dr. Duane Taylor celebrates
the eleventh year of World Voice Day observance, we offer the community a few
simple health tips for vocal health:
1. Never smoke.
2. Keep yourself well hydrated. Water is
3. Don’t scream or shout. Use a microphone
if you need to project your voice.
4. Speak in an easy, unstrained voice.
5. Rest your voice if you have laryngitis
6. Get evaluated by an otolaryngologist if
you have hoarseness that lasts longer than two weeks.
To learn more about World Voice Day,
vocal health, and other ear, nose, and throat related topics, visit www.levisageface.com or
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Le Visage ENT & Facial Plastic Surgery LLC and Dr. Duane
Taylor Celebrate 2015 World Voice Day Connect
with Your Voice
About World Voice Day### Every year on April16, otolaryngologist-head and neck surgeons and other voice health
professionals worldwide join together to recognize World Voice Day. World Voice Day encourages men and women, young and old, to assess their vocal health and
take action to improve or maintain good voice habits. The American Academy of
Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery has sponsored the U.S. observance of World
Voice Day since its inception in 2002.
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Duane Taylor M.D. , Medical Director of Le Visage ENT & Facial Plastic Surgery LLC , Bethesda, Maryland receives Distinguished Service Award from the American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery , at their annual meeting in Orlando , Florida Sept. 21-24 , 2014. Dr. Duane Taylor serves on the Board of Directors of the AAO-HNS which represents over 12000 physicians from the U.S. and around the world.
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- Dr. Taylor Co-Chairs Medical Meeting in Bermuda
- Doctors List Taylor Among Top — Duane J. Taylor, MD Named in 2010 Top Doctors List in The Washingtonian Magazine
- Le Visage ENT & Facial Plastic Surgery LLC will serve as one of the collection sites in Montgomery County for Teddy Bears for the Tree House’s Children.
- Le Visage ENT & Facial Plastic Surgery LLC has annual Beauty in Giving Campaign to Benefit the Children’s Inn of the National Institute of Health.
- Sinus Forum and National Medical Association Scientific Conference
- Dr. Duane J. Taylor M.D. (Bethesda, MD) along with Dr. Lisa Perry-Gilkes (Atlanta, GA) had a grant proposal accepted by the Board of Governors of the American Academy of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery(AAO-HNS).
- Dr. Duane J. Taylor appointed to the Advisory Board for Montgomery Cares
- Chicago, September 23, 2008
- Duane J. Taylor M.D. Appointed to Montgomery County Commission on Health
- ENT Medical Academy Taps Taylor as Inaugural Diversity Chair Represents More Than 12,000 Physicians and Health Professionals
- Duane J. Taylor M.D. Receives Prestigious Honor Award
- Dr. Taylor Appears on “A New Me” TV Show
(Bethesda, Maryland – October 1, 2010) Each year the President of the American Academy of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery honors selected individuals who have made significant contributions to the specialty. This year, Dr. Duane J. Taylor, was one of six individuals selected by the AAO-HNS President Ron Kuppersmith, M.D., MBA to receive this prestigious honor at the opening ceremony of the Annual Meeting held in Boston, Massachusetts on September 26, 2010. » For more details, click here
Dr. Taylor served on a panel for students and Resident Physicians discussing Career and Practice Paths in Otolaryngology, held at the National Medical Association Annual Convention and Scientific Assembly, Orlando, Florida, July 31 – August 4, 2010.
(Bethesda, MD – May 6, 2010) Nationwide, 10 million Americans suffer from irreversible noise-induced hearing loss, with 30 million more exposed to dangerous noise levels each day. For children and teenagers, one of the simplest ways that they can acquire noise-induced hearing loss is by listening to loud music. To raise awareness of this common and preventable health issue, Duane J. Taylor M.D. honors May as Better Hearing and Speech Month. » For more details click here
(Bethesda, MD– April 5, 2010) Dr. Duane J. Taylor M.D. was the Program Co-Chair of the Region 2 National Medical Association Annual Meeting and Scientific Conference held in Hamilton Bermuda, from 3/25-3/28/ 2010. The meeting covered a variety of topics which included Health Information Technology, Mental Health in Bermuda, Pain Management, Health Care Reform and its impact on physicians, Pancreatic Cancer. Dr. Duane Taylor also gave presentations on Cultural Competency and Evaluation and Management of Common ENT disorders. » For more details click here
(Bethesda, MD – February 26, 2010) “If someone in your family were sick, which doctor would you call?” Many area physicians call Duane J. Taylor M.D., according to The Washingtonian Magazine’s 2010 Top Doctors guide. Taylor, named among the best by doctors in the Washington/Baltimore area, is an expert with double training in ear, nose and throat and facial plastic surgery. He received top honors as a result of questionnaires sent to 6500 randomly selected physicians. With more than 1300 responses, the doctors with the greatest number of recommendations in 39 specialties made this year’s list. » For more details click here
(Bethesda, MD – December 1, 2009) For the month of December, the Montgomery County Medical Society Alliance and the Montgomery County Medical Society will collect new teddy bears and other plush stuffed animals for the Tree House Child Assessment Center of Montgomery County. These stuffed animals will be given to children who may have suffered neglect, physical and/or sexual abuse. The Tree House Child Assessment Center of Montgomery County assesses approximately thirty children each month. The Tree House provides a safe, neutral, culturally-sensitive, child-focused setting, and the stuffed animal provides comfort at a very difficult time for the child. » For more details click here
(Bethesda, MD – December 1, 2009) Duane J. Taylor M.D., the Medical Director of Le Visage ENT & Facial Plastic Surgery, LLC, Bethesda, Maryland, enjoys helping his patients put their best “Fresh Face Forward for the Holidays”. However, he also believes in the spirit of giving as we step into the holiday season and he kicks off the annual Beauty in Giving campaign for Le Visage. Each year for the month of December, he gives a portion of all his revenues generated from cosmetic or aesthetic treatments, procedures or products to the Children’s Inn of the National Institute of Health. » For more details click here
In June Dr. Taylor attended the Sinus Forum which is an international meeting convening some of the best minds in the world to learn about, discuss and demonstrate the latest information and technology for the treatment of sinus disorders. In July he attended the combined Plastic Surgery, Dermatology and Otolaryngology scientific sessions held at the annual National Medical Association Scientific Conference held in Las Vegas, Nevada.
(Bethesda, MD – August 1, 2009) Dr. Duane J. Taylor M.D. (Bethesda, MD) along with Dr. Lisa Perry-Gilkes (Atlanta, GA) had a grant proposal accepted by the Board of Governors of the American Academy of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery (AAO-HNS). The proposal was submitted representing the Otolaryngology Section of the National Medical Association and the grant was one of three given to promote and educate both practitioners and the public about the specialty of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery. » For more details click here
(Bethesda, MD — October 25, 2008) Dr. Taylor has been appointed to the Montgomery Cares Advisory Board. As one of 15 members who advise the County Executive, County Council, and Department of Health and Human Services on the development of the Montgomery Cares Program, which provides quality primary health care, referrals to discounted outpatient specialty care, and limited prescription medications for low-income, uninsured County residents. The Board’s goal is to ensure a steady and measurable growth in the number of uninsured County residents accessing high quality and efficient health care services. » For more details click here
Dr. Taylor gives presentation at the American Academy of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery Annual Meeting in Chicago, September 23, 2008
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(Bethesda, MD — February 14, 2008) Duane J. Taylor M.D. has been appointed to the Montgomery County Commission on Health. The County Executive appointment, confirmed by the County Council, advises on county, state and metropolitan area health issues and reports on the county’s Department of Health and Human Services’ performance. » For more details click here
(Bethesda, MD — February 19, 2008) The country’s largest ear, nose and throat medical association’s first diversity committee chair is Duane J. Taylor M.D. Taylor, a fellow of the American Academy of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery (AAO-HNS),envisions a more formal, organized focus on diversity, health care disparities, health literacy, and cultural sensitivity. He also sees the chance to increase underrepresented minorities within the specialty. » For more details click here