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Dr Rod J. Rohrich is a top cosmetic surgeon in Dallas, having been listed as one of the best in the Dallas area according to Google. Dr. Rohrich is a top influencer and leader within the Plastic Surgery field, having established a plastic surgery department, held charity balls, and having sit on the boards of numerous organizations throughout his career.
Dr. Rohrich earned his undergraduate and graduate degree from the University of North Dakota. He continued his education at Baylor University College of Medicine, where he earned his medical degree. Dr. Rohrich continued further training at The University of Michigan Medical Center for his residencies and went further into training in pediatric surgery and attended a fellowship focused on hand/microvascular. He is board-certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery and currently runs a clinical practice at University Hospitals/UT Southwestern Medical Center and the Dallas Plastic Surgery Institute.
Dr. Rohrich specializes in a number of cosmetic procedures. Detailed on his website, specialties include: Arm, Face, Breast and Body Lift, Several types of Rhinoplasty,Lip and Breast Augmentation, Liposuctions, Body Lift, and Breast Reduction and Reconstruction.
His website informs the researcher the background of the procedure, method, options for the patient, and expectations as well as displaying before/after pictures. Dr. Rohrich’s patient care page on the site provides each prospect after care procedures, facts, and articles. Furthermore, there is a Expert Cosmetic Surgery Q&A portion that helps all readers determine if they are a good candidate for the surgery as well as if the surgery is right for them.
Dr. Rohrich prioritizes patient care both mentally and physically by informing each patient from start to finish as well as performing procedures safely with the best recovery as possible for the patient. He is the recipient of numerous awards as well as received an abundant amount of high reviews from patients.
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