Rod J. Rohrich MD, FACS

Dallas, TX, US
Rod J. Rohrich MD, FACS

About the Practice

Practice Specialization

Dr. Rohrich specializes in Facial Cosmetic, Rhinoplasty, Body contouring surgery (ultrasound and traditional suction-assisted lipoplasty), Minimally invasive cosmetic surgery - endoscopy

Dr. Rohrich is a nationally/internationally known educator and innovator in plastic surgery. His practice goals are to provide compassionate care for his patients. Dr. Rohrich individualizes his approach in cosmetic surgery to optimize his patients results. In plastic surgery, this requires great attention to detail to restore or recreate a youthful, natural appearance, whether it is a facelift, rhinoplasty, breast or body contouring surgery.

Background & Certification

Board Certification

American Board of Plastic Surgery: 1987* Certificate of Added Qualification in Hand Surgery: 1990

Professional Background

Undergraduate Degree: North Dakota State University, Fargo, ND
Medical School: Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX
General Surgery Residency: University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
Plastic Surgery Residency: University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
Pediatric Plastic Surgery Fellowship: Radcliff Infirmary/Oxford University, Oxford, England
Hand/Microsurgery Fellowship: Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA

Teaching Appointments

Professor and Chairman
Crystal Charity Ball Distinguished Chair in Plastic Surgery
Department of Plastic Surgery
The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX

Affiliations & Memberships

Hospital Affiliations

*Zale Lipshy University Hospital, Dallas, TX
Baylor University Medical Center, Dallas, TX
Childrens Medical Center, Dallas, TX
Parkland Memorial Hospital, Dallas, TX
Dallas Veterans Administration Hospital, Dallas, TX
Dallas Day Surgery Center

Society Memberships

American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery
American Society of Plastic Surgeons
Plastic Surgery Educational Foundation
American Association of Plastic Surgeons
Plastic Surgery Research Council
Association of Academic Chairmen of Plastic Surgery
American College of Surgeons
American Society of Maxillofacial Surgeons
American Board of Plastic Surgery Examiner
Texas Medical Association
Texas Society of Plastic Surgery
Dallas County Medical Society
Board Certified Plastic and Cosmetic Surgeons of Dallas (*certified by American Board of Plastic Surgery)

Staff & Facilities

Surgical Facility

Special Features: Beautiful hotel-style rooms for overnight stays, Full-time RN, Personalized care, (Zale Lipshy University Hospital-Day Surgery, Dallas Day Surgery Center)Accreditation: All facilities Medicare-approved outpatient facilities

Languages Spoken

English, German

"Ask a Question" Responses

Is breast augmentation an option for a 50 year old woman?

I am a 50 year old mother of three. Now that my kids are grown, I have set a goal to improve my own physical health. Over the last year I have lost...

Of course it’s your choice and your age has nothing to do with having a breast augmentation in most cases. It is whether you are a healthy...

Can I have a closed revision to correct a high bumpy bridge on my nose without negative consequences?

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3 1/2 years after revision rhinoplasty, I still have lack of blood flow on tip of my nose due to grafting, it's actually cold to the touch...

Revision Rhinoplasty is one of the most complicated procedures that is performed in plastic surgery. This should be done in the hands of a Board...

Is there any risk in nose surgery?

If so, what are the risks?

Risk In Nose Surgery -The most important thing about enhancing the outcome of safety in nasal surgery or Rhinoplasty, is to find a Board Certified...

How long after procedures can I take a flight or get on plane?

If I have a breast lift and implants along with tummy tuck and lipo how long after can I take a flight out of country?

Flying After Tummy Tuck and Lipo - In general I do not recommend that patients fly for at least a month after any type of significant cosmetic...

Do I need to stop smoking before having a facelift?

Why do I need to stop smoking in order to have a facelift?

Absolutely you must stop smoking. I do not operate on people that smoke, as they have ten times or more of a chance of having complications including...

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Rod J. Rohrich MD, FACS

9101 N. Central Expressway,
Suite 600, Dallas, TX, 75231,
US

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