Dr. Rod Rohrich is a plastic surgeon based out of Dallas. His exceptional skill is known internationally, and he has received recognition for his talent in America as well. Towards the start of 2018 he will be in attendance at three separate conferences.
From February 8th through the 10th is the Annual Baker Gordon Educational Symposium. The symposium originated in 1967, when innovators in the field of cosmetic surgery received invitations from Thomas Baker. Surgeons shared their training and expertise by performing live surgeries. This tradition will continue as the participants will have the opportunity to watch surgeries being performed. The esteemed faculty includes Dr. Rohrich who will participate in the discussions, and provide well informed lectures. He will additionally participate in the portion for live surgery.
Dr. Rod Rohrich will also attend the yearly Dallas Rhinoplasty Meeting, and the Global Dallas Cosmetic Surgery meeting. He has organized both events taking place in February and March. He has brought together the top faculty to highlight the cutting-edge innovations in noninvasive fat removal, lasers, dermal fillers, vaginal rejuvenation, skin tightening and IPL. The newest techniques will be highlighted.
Dr. Rod Rohrich will cover the topic of rhinoplasty including the latest innovations, common issues, nasal anatomy, and diagnosing uncommon and common developments and problems. As an active participant in the meetings, Dr. Rohrich will be the moderator for all four sessions. He will be discussing live labs, neuromodulators, fillers and safety.
Dr. Rod Rohrich is an educator, and a leader in the field of plastic surgery. He has been board certified, and has an exceptional clinical practice. From 1993 until 2014, he held the Distinguished Chair with the Crystal Charity Ball in plastic surgery. From 1999 until 2014, he held the Chair for Betty Warren Woodward in reconstructive surgery. He has been honored with the Distinguished Professorship from Rod J. Rohrich, M.D. in plastic surgery and wound healing.
Dr. Rohrich attended the State University in North Dakota where he earned his postgraduate and undergraduate degrees. His medical degree was acquired during his attendance at the Baylor University College of Medicine. All his degrees were earned with high honors. His residency in plastic surgery and general surgery took place at the Michigan Medical Center. He received additional training at Oxford University in pediatric plastic surgery. In 1986, Dr. Rohrich joined the UT Southwestern Division of Plastic Surgery as a member. He currently serves the Plastic Surgery Association of Academic Chairmen as the President.