Some moms just need to treat themselves and feel young again. This is where plastic surgery becomes an option. If you are considering transforming your life with cosmetic surgery, it is extremely important to consider a reputable surgeon.
Dr. Rod Rohrich attended college at North Dakota State University and received his Bachelors of Arts degree. He then went on to attend North Dakota School of Medicine where he received his Bachelor of Science degree. He then went on to attend Baylor School of Medicine and received his degree almost 40 years ago. He then did his residency in 1979 at the University of Michigan Hospital in Regular Surgery and was there for three years. He then continued on to do his residency in Plastic Surgery there in 1982 for three years, and was there until 1985. He also did a pediatric fellowship in Plastic Surgery for 6 months at Oxford. After that, he left and went on to Massachusetts General Hospital. He then did his fellowship for his specialty in hand surgery in 1985 and was there a year and did a fellowship for hand plastic surgery at Harvard Medical School in 1985.He is associated with several hospitals in Dallas, but especially does great work for Children’s Medical Center located in Dallas. He is also a Professor in the Department of Plastic Surgery at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center.
He is licensed with the American Board of Plastic Surgery and is certified in Plastic Surgery and hand surgery. He is currently licensed to work in the states of Florida and Texas. He has also been awarded the America’s Top Doctors, Castle Connolly every year since 2002. He was nominated and appointed to the Who’s Who Among Executive and Professionals in 2011and was voted best Plastic Surgeon in Dallas, Texas, and was voted to the International Association of Healthcare Professionals in 2011. His huge dedication to teaching in the area of plastic surgery has won him one of the biggest awards given in this area which is the Plastic Surgery Educational Foundation Distinguished Service Award.
His office is located on Inwood Drive, right off of I35-Stemmons Freeway. Dr Rod Rohrich also speaks many languages, but is most fluent in German.