One of the world’s most influential plastic surgeons, Dr. Rod J. Rohrich will disseminate his insight and expertise that extends from taking part in panel discussions to performing live surgery.
Dr. Rohrich, who is Board Certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery, runs his clinical practice at University Hospitals/UT Southwestern Medical Center and the Dallas Plastic Surgery Institute.
Starting on February 8-10 of next year, Dr. Rohrich will moderate two panels at the 52nd Annual Baker Gordon Educational Symposium in Miami. He is one of the faculty members of the symposium which is the largest live surgery symposium in the country.
The first panel he will mediate deals with blepharoplasty or the cosmetic surgical procedure that improves the appearance of the eyelids while the second panel will discuss results of body contour surgeries, (http://medicaldailytimes.com/medicine/dr-rod-j-rohrich-attend-several-symposia-2018/3004/).
In addition, he will take part in lectures at the symposium as well as perform primary open rhinoplasty.
Shortly after the symposium, Dr. Rohrich will be chairing two meetings in Dallas, both of which he organized. The 21st Annual Global Dallas Cosmetic Surgery and Medicine Meeting which will be held on February 28 through March 2 and the 35th annual Dallas Rhinoplasty Meeting which will run March 2 – 3.
Dr. Rohrich will also be actively participating in both meetings taking part in panel sessions and moderating sessions.
The first meeting will call attention to the latest advances in lasers, noninvasive fat removal, skin care enhancements along with cosmetic surgery techniques and more.
At the Rhinoplasty Meeting common rhinoplasty problems as well as the newest developments will be discussed and lectures will tackle issues such as diagnosing familiar and unfamiliar difficulties and evaluating the nose.
Active for more than two decades, Dr. Rohrich, who has functioned as the president of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS), is a member of the American Association of Plastic Surgeons, the Plastic Surgery Council and more.
He is also an active civic leader and philanthropist having worked on the Board of Directors of the March of Dimes, Save the Children and the Dallas Chapter of the American Cancer Society. He is a founding member of the Dallas for Children Foundation which helps underprivileged children.
Dr. Rohrich graduated with degrees from North Dakota State University and the University of North Dakota and received his medical degree from Baylor University College of Medicine. He also studied pediatric plastic surgery at Oxford University.