Rod J. Rohrich, M.D., F.A.C.S has been a plastic surgeon and a specialist in rhinoplasty for decades. He graduated with honors from Baylor College and completed residences at the University Of Michigan Medical Center. Dr. Rohrich then completed a fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital for microsurgery and surgeries of the hand and then completed a fellowship at Oxford University in the field of pediatric plastic surgery.
Dr. Rohrich’s prestigious career has been marked by numerous awards. He has been recognized as one of the country’s top plastic surgeons by various publications, including U.S. News and World Report. In 2015, he was recognized by his peers in Castle Connolly’s Top Doctor Program. This distinguished professional has twice won the Plastic Surgery Educational Foundation Distinguished Service Award. In 2014, “D” magazine listed him as one of the best plastic surgeons in Dallas.
Rhinoplastiy is one of the most difficult procedures in the field of plastic surgery, and Dr. Rohrich has excelled in this field. In fact, over half of Dr. Rohrich’s patients come to him after undergoing unsuccessful rhinoplasty procedures with other surgeons. Dr. Rohrich has spent his career contributing innovative procedures and materials to the field of plastic surgery. His approaches to individualized treatments have led to pleasing and natural-looking results for many patients over the years. He has also created educational models for future plastic surgeons, and he holds a patent on a state-of-the-art breast implant as well.
Dr. Rohrich is an advocate for the safety of his patients, and he strives to treat every patient with respect. He also teaches students of plastic surgery to focus on expertise, experience, and results that are exceptional. In addition to this, he certainly knows the value of giving back. Dr. Rohrich is proud to have performed plastic surgery techniques in third world countries, where he treated children born with deformities and those who had been badly burned. Today, his Dallas practice is recognized as the leader in its region. Dr. Rohrich also works as a Distinguished Teaching Professor at UT Southwestern Medical Center. He serves as the Editor-in-Chief of “Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery,” and he is also a chairman for the Dallas Rhinoplasty Symposium.