Rod J. Rohrich, MD, FACS, is a plastic surgeon who is known internationally. He practices plastic surgery in Dallas, Texas, where he works at the UT Southwestern Medical Center. He is also a professor of plastic surgery at this institution. He works on both faces and bodies and it is said that he is uniquely skilled at restoring the look of youth to his patients.
He recently released his conference schedule for the beginning of 2018. His first stop will be at the Baker Gordon Educational Symposium. This will be the 52nd year this convention has been held and it takes place in Miami, Florida from February 8-10. The symposium will be about how more people are gaining interest in plastic surgery as well as covering the latest advances in the industry. Dr. Rod Rohrich is one of this symposiums faculty and he will be moderating two panels, one about lower eyelid surgery and the other about body contouring. In addition to moderating he will also be giving a lecture.
In late February and early March, Dr. Rod Rohrich will be attending the Global Dallas Cosmetic Surgery and Medicine Meeting, which will be in its 21st year. At these events he will be showing participants a number of new technologies in the plastic surgery industry. These include things like vaginal rejuvenation, dermal fillers, skin tightening, and patient safety.
The final conference on his schedule is the Rhinoplasty Meeting. This conference brings together plastic surgeons from around the world. There will be a number of lectures such as on nasal anatomy and how a plastic surgeon should go about analyzing a patient’s nose. Dr. Rod Rohrich will serve as a moderator at several panel discussions during this conference as well.
Dr. Rod Rohrich is a board-certified plastic surgeon that accredited by the American Board of Plastic Surgery. In addition to practicing and teaching at UT Southwestern Medical Center, he also practices at the Dallas Plastic Surgery Institute. He earned his bachelor’s degree at North Dakota State University and his postgraduate degree at the University of North Dakota. He attended the Baylor University College of Medicine as well which is where he earned his MD.
As a philanthropist, Dr. Rod Rohrich has volunteered his time for a number of nonprofits. He has served on the board of directors for charities such as the Dallas Chapter of the American Cancer Society and the March of Dimes among others.
Contact Dr. Rod Rohrich: www.linkedin.com/in/rod-rohrich- 3b887914/