Renown for his expertise and internationally recognized, Dr. Rodney J. Rohrich is a leader within the practice of Plastic Surgery. He is Board Certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery, and is an esteemed professor at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center of Dallas, Texas. Dr. Rohrich has been the recipient of numerous prestigious awards for his work as a plastic surgeon.
Hailing from North Dakota, Dr. Rodney J. Rohrich received his undergraduate and postgraduate education within his home state. Afterward, Dr. Rohrich completed his medical degree at Baylor University College of Medicine. He later took his residencies at the University of Michigan Medical Center and at Oxford University.
Staying abreast of current and upcoming technology within plastic surgery is vital to the lifeblood of Dr. Rohrich’s success within his field. Dr. Rohrich is scheduled to attend three distinct conferences, which emphasis his commitment. He will be a moderator for the 52nd Annual Baker Gordon Educational Symposium, and organizing and chairing both the 21st Annual Global Dallas Cosmetic Surgery and Medicine Meeting, as well as the 35th Annual Dallas Rhinoplasty Meeting.
These meetings are integral to the discussion and unveiling of emerging plastic surgery techniques and procedures. Participants will have the privilege to utilize hands-on training, in order to learn new methods directly from experts in their field. Advancements in techniques for breast augmentation, facial reconstruction, and body sculpting will all be covered.
Dr. Rohrich continues to keep his spirit of innovation, and pursuit of refining plastic surgery techniques alive throughout his career. Currently, Dr. Rohrich holds a patent for a new implant for breast augmentation. He also devised educational models for the tutelage of plastic surgeons, regarding emerging technology for plastic surgeons.
No stranger to philanthropy, Dr. Rohrich works tirelessly alongside his wife, providing financial and physical support to various foundations. Children are especially important to Dr. Rohrich, as he has organized mobile units to immunize underprivileged children in the States and in developing nations. Dr. Rohrich is also a founding member of the Dallas for Children Foundation. Follow Rohrich