Dr. Rod Rohrich, a Board Certified plastic surgeon, attended North Dakota State University, earning his undergraduate and postgraduate degrees, then Baylor University, receiving his medical degree. His training includes residencies at University of Michigan Medical Center, general and plastic surgeries; Oxford University, pediatric plastic surgery and a fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School, hand and microvascular surgery instruction. His current employment is University Hospitals/UT Southwestern Medical Center and Dallas Plastic Surgery Institute. He is known as being one of the best plastic surgeons in America for his artistic skills, providing patients with a more youthful appearance. Dr. Rohrich offers pre-surgery consultations and shows compassion to his patients, putting safety at the top of his list of priorities.


Dr. Rod Rohrich is currently President of Association of Academic Chairman of Plastic Surgery and a member of Division of Plastic Surgery of UT Southwestern. He is also a member of many other Societies and Associations and is enrolled in the National Endowment for Plastic Surgery, where he is a Founding Member of the Board of Governors. Dr. Rohrich has also received many distinguished national awards, has published many articles and published five textbooks about plastic surgery.

In a newspaper article, the writer states: “In the beginning of 2018, Dr. Rohrich will be attending three conferences where he will be heavily involved”. They are:

1. “Baker Educational Symposium” – (Symposium is a meeting to discuss a certain subject). Surgeons from across the U.S. will meet for training, observe live surgeries, hear educational lectures and share experiences. Dr. Rohrich will be part of the lectures, participate in panel discussions about “Rhinoplasty” and “What Works-Facial Rejuvenation” and will perform “Primary Open Rhinoplasty” – the live surgery part of the program.

2. “Global Dallas Cosmetic Surgery and Medicine Meeting”- He will highlight the advances and newest, latest techniques in plastic surgery. Hands-on involvement on a cadaver will give participants the ability to learn new technology.

3. “Dallas Rhinoplasty Meeting”- Involves learning about diagnosing rhinoplasty problems, newest innovations and individual plans for those with deformities. There is also hands-on involvement to learn and practice new procedures.

Dr. Rohrich also finds time to serve and chair in various charities such as the March of Dimes, American Cancer Society–Dallas Chapter, Dallas for Children Foundation and many others. To say the least, he is a man of many accomplishments!

Learn More: www.rhinoplastysociety.org/members/rrohrich/

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