Dr. Rod Rohrich is based in Dallas. He is a plastic surgeon as well as the professor of Plastic Surgery at the UT Southwest Medical Center. He has a vast experience in this field. He has been long recognized as one among best plastic surgeons in America.
At the beginning of 2018, Dr. Rohrich is scheduled to attend three conferences. The first one is 52nd Annual Baker Gordon Educational Symposium that will be conducted in Miami from February eight to tenth, 2018. The Symposium will highlight the development of the interest as well as the technical advances in plastic surgery. This symposium dates back to 1967 when Thomas Baker invited the cosmetic surgeon innovators to carry out live surgeries to demonstrate their expertise and training from across the U.S. Since then, Baker Gordon Symposium is the most significant live surgery symposium in the United States. It has so far trained thousands of surgeons.
Dr. Rod will also be attending the 35th yearly Dallas Rhinoplasty Meeting and the 21st Annual Global Dallas Cosmetic Surgery. He is the organizer and chair of the meeting. These meetings are scheduled to take place from February 28 to March 2, and then March 2 to 3 respectively in 2018.
In the meeting, Rohrich will bring together the world-class faculty that will take a look at the recent innovations in the lasers, vaginal rejuvenation, skin tightening and dermal fillers among others. The most recent techniques and advances in the cosmetic surgery will also be discussed, which include breast, face, and body contour techniques. A unique feature in the meeting is the cadaver lab that will take the participants through practicals to learn modern techniques from the experts in the field.
In the Rhinoplasty Meeting, topics will cover the most ordinary rhinoplasty problems, do a revision of rhinoplasty as well as latest innovations in the field. Lectures will talk about the nasal anatomy, analyzing of the nose, diagnosis of the ordinary and the uncommon rhinoplasty issues
Dr. Rohrich attended North Dakota State University where he earned both his postgraduate and undergraduate degrees. He has been a recipient of the numerous prestigious awards in teaching, national research as well as distinguished service awards along his academic career.
Dr. Rohrich is an active philanthropist together with his wife. He offers support to the medical students who choose to practice primary care in North Dakota.