Rod J. Rohrich, a plastic surgeon, and Professor at UT Southwestern Medical Center is an internationally renowned specialist in his field. He is reputed to have an artistic skill through which he restores youthfulness to the face and body of his patients. He is regarded as one of the country’s best plastic surgeons. In early 2018, Dr. Rohrich is scheduled to attend three conferences, two of which he is also helping organize.
The 52nd Annual Baker Gordon Educational Symposium is being held on Feb. 8-10 in Miami. The symposium aims to reflect the evolution of cosmetic surgery. The conference can be traced back to 1967, when the innovators of cosmetic surgery, Thomas D. Rees, and Salvador Castanares were invited by Thomas Baker to perform live surgeries so that the medical community could learn from their expertise. 50 years later, the symposium is the biggest live surgery symposia in the country which also hosts lectures by international plastic surgeons from all over the world. Dr. Rohrich will be moderating two panels in the conference and participating in a panel discussion as well.
Dr. Rohrich will also be attending the 21st Annual Global Dallas Cosmetic Surgery and Medicine Meeting and the 35th Annual Dallas Rhinoplasty Meeting. He has organized both the meetings and will be presiding over the discussions. The meetings will be held on Feb. 28-March 1 and March 2-3, respectively.
The Cosmetic Medicine Meeting will be attended by internationally renowned faculty that will present on the recent innovations in skin tightening, vaginal rejuvenation, lasers, dermal fillers and noninvasive fat removal. The meeting will also discuss the latest trends in cosmetic surgery. The meeting will also offer workshop on new techniques in cosmetic surgery.
The Rhinoplasty Meeting will gather the leaders in Rhinoplasty from all over the world for a discussion on common rhinoplasty problems and recent innovations in rhinoplasty. Lectures will cover nasal anatomy, analysis of the nose and different rhinoplasty deformities.
Dr. Rohrich has been involved in the field of medicine for over two decades. He has held the post of chairman within the AMA (American Medical Association) and chaired more than 100 international and national panels on plastic surgery. He has delivered 1500 talks all over the country in important symposiums and workshops. He has received many prestigious research and teaching awards for his brilliant academic career. He holds a patent on a breast implant and is the Editor-in-Chief of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.
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