Early 2018 is a hectic time for internationally known plastic surgery expert Dr Rod Rohrich. The Dallas, Texas based professor and plastic surgeon will participate in three very important conferences. They are the 52nd Annual Baker Gordon Educational Symposium in Miami, the 21st Annual Global Dallas Cosmetic Surgery and Medicine Meeting and the 35th annual Dallas Rhinoplasty Meeting. At these conferences Dr. Rohrich will be making speeches about, giving presentations on and doing live demonstrations featuring the latest breakthroughs in the field of plastic surgery.
Some of the topics to be addressed at the conferences include Pragmatic Solutions in Lower Lid Blepharoplasty, Elegant Outcomes in Body Contour Surgery, Elegant Solutions in Rhinoplasty and What Works – Facial Rejuvenation. Dr. Rohrich will do a live demonstration of Primary Open Rhinoplasty surgery at the Miami conference. Over the past 50 years, thousands of plastic surgeons have received training at the Baker Gordon Symposium. Today it is America’s largest live surgery symposia. Having Dr. Rohrich there doing a live demonstration will add to the prestige of the conference.
The Cosmetic Medicine Meeting features world-class faculty sharing the latest innovations in lasers, vaginal rejuvenation, skin tightening, noninvasive fat removal, dermal fillers, as well as advances in skin care, patient safety and ethical marketing. The latest cosmetic surgery techniques for contouring of the face, breast and body will be highlighted. At the Rhinoplasty Meeting, leaders in the field will address common rhinoplasty problems as well as revision rhinoplasty. Plus, they will discuss analysis, diagnosis and operative rhinoplasty plans and innovations in rhinoplasty surgery.
Dr. Rod Rohrich has in-depth knowledge of advancements in plastic surgery as well as artistic skill and expertise in restoring definition and youthfulness to people’s faces and bodies. That has led to him being proclaimed as one of America’s top plastic surgeons. Dr. Rohrich has undergraduate and postgraduate degrees from North Dakota State University as well as the University of North Dakota. He graduated from the College of Medicine at Baylor University with his medical degree.
Dr. Rohrich went on to the University of Michigan Medical Center and did residencies in general surgery as well as plastic surgery. At Oxford University he received advanced pediatric plastic surgery training. Next, Dr. Rohrich went to Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School where he completed a fellowship in hand and microvascularsurgery. In 1996, Dr. Rob Rohrich joined University of Texas Southwestern’s division of plastic surgery.