Dr. Rod Rohrich Holds Two Plastic Surgery Symposiums and Participates in Another

Dr. Rod Rohrich, chair of more than 100 plastic surgery symposiums, will be chairing and organizing 2 more from February 28th to March 3 2018 and highly involved in another from February 8th till the 10th. Rohrich is internationally acclaimed with over 20 years of experience in both reconstructive and aesthetic plastic surgery. The two he will be chairing are the Global Dallas Cosmetic Surgery and Medicine Meeting and the Dallas Rhinoplasty Meeting; these events are held annually and it will be the 21st year for the Medicine Meeting and the 35th for the Rhinoplasty Meeting. While not chairing or organizing, the Baker Gordon Educational Symposium has been held since 1967 and will feature Rohrich’s skills during a live Rhinoplasty procedure as well as lectures and panels where he will share his expertise on various subjects surrounding plastic surgery with is peers and other attendees.

The Medicine and Rhinoplasty Meetings will feature Dr. Rohrich as moderator to several panels and additional educational lectures to add to the over 1,500 talks he has already delivered throughout the years. These two events will feature many honored faculty from around the United States and the world with decades of experience and expertise in the topics they will be presenting. While the Rhinoplasty Meeting suggests only medical doctors and residents attend, the Medicine Meeting encourages the participation of physician assistants, nurses, and other specialists that work directly with the surgeons that will be performing the procedures being discussed and demonstrated.

Dr. Rod Rohrich is board certified and holds a medical degree with high honors from the Baylor College of Medicine in Texas. The University of Michigan is where Dr. Rod Rohrich completed his residency and held the position of Chief Administrative Plastic Surgery Resident. He is the editor of the Journal of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. Rohrich holds a patent on a new type of breast implants and has volunteered with the Alliance in Reconstructive Surgery to provide breast cancer survivors who have had both single and double mastectomies with reconstructive surgery. Dr Rod Rohrich has been with both the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, where he also acts as a professor, and the Dallas Plastic Surgery Institute since 1986. He is affiliated with several hospitals in Dallas and the surrounding areas.  Follow Rohrich