Plastic surgery is an area of medicine where choosing the very best practitioner for your procedure is a major part of the decision making process. Dr. Rod J. Rohrich, M.D. is a practicing plastic surgeon in Dallas, Texas, as well as a professor at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center. He has a reputation for being named one of the best plastic surgeons in America repeatedly and is world-renowned for his work. Dr. Rohrich also holds the honored distinction of having been President of the ASPS, the single highest member association of Board Certified plastic surgeons in the world.
One of the areas in which Dr. Rod Rohrich has performed several exemplary procedures at a level beyond many of his peers is the specialty of a revision rhinoplasty. A revision rhinoplasty, also known as a secondary rhinoplasty, is a form of remedial surgery on the nose. This surgery can be exceptionally difficult because of the comparatively delicate tissues one is working with in the nose. In fact, due to the fact that this procedure is commonly known in the plastic surgery realm as being near the height of career complexity, there are many physicians who will not even perform the operation. Dr. Rohrich, on the other, excels at it with the great number of publications that he has written, the studies that went into those, and a number of international lectures and presentations that he has performed on specifically this specialty within a specialized field.
A native of North Dakota, Dr. Rod J. Rohrich grew up on a ranch and has never forgotten his roots. He completed his undergraduate degree and postgraduate studies at North Dakota State University and University of North Dakota respectively, where he was awarded scholastic achievement honors of the highest degree. After earning his medical degree with honors from Baylor University College of Medicine, Dr. Rohich went on to successful finish general and plastic surgical residencies at The University of Michigan Medical Center. Wishing to specialize his career even further, Rohrich completed further training in pediatric plastic surgery and, subsequently, a fellowship in hand and microvascular studies at Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School.
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