March 8, 2018 · Doctors, Medical News · (No comments)

Dr. Rod Rohrich is a plastic surgeon in Dallas, Texas. He is internationally known for his expertise and is a member of a number of professional organizations such as the American Association of Plastic Surgeons and the American Society of Maxillofacial Surgeons. He attended North Dakota State University which where he earned both his bachelor’s degree and postgraduate. He then attended the Baylor University College of Medicine in order to earn his medical degree.

During the early months of 2018 Dr. Rod Rohrich will be attending three industry conferences. The first of these will be in Miami in early February. It is the 52nd Annual Baker Gordon Educational Symposium. Attendees to this event will learn about how cosmetic surgery evolved over the years and how people came to be more interested in these types of operations. Dr. Rod Rohrich serves on the faculty of the organization behind this conference.

The other two conferences that Dr. Rod Rohrich will be attending are the 35th annual Dallas Rhinoplasty Meeting and the 21st Annual Global Dallas Cosmetic Surgery and Medicine Meeting. At the second meeting the main event is showing plastic surgeons that latest technology in the industry. This includes noninvasive fat removal, dermal fillers, and lasers. The first meeting is being held so that plastic surgeons can discuss common rhinoplasty problems that they all face. One example is covering nasal anatomy and how to create an individualize operative plan for a patient. At both of these meetings he will be an active participant as well as an organizer and chair.

Dr. Rod Rohrich has a clinical practice at two Dallas area hospitals. These are the Dallas Plastic Surgery Institute and the University Hospitals/UT Southwestern Medical Center. He is also involved at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas. He was the founder of their Department of Plastic Surgery and serves as one of its professors.

Over the course of his professional career. Dr. Rod Rohrich has provided over 1500 talks about plastic surgery. He has also won many awards for his teaching, research, and surgery skills. He created a new breast implant that he holds a patent on which is used by plastic surgeons around the world. He serves the publication Selected Readings in Plastic Surgery as an editor. He also leads the industry publication Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery as its editor-in-chief. About Rohrich

November 12, 2017 · Medical News · (No comments)

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