Dr. Rod Rohrich is an M.D and one of the leading surgeons at the Dallas Plastic Surgery Institute. Today, Dr. Rohrich is regarded as one of the best plastic surgeons in the Dallas region. At the top of his career, he has received numerous honors and recognition on both the national and international platforms. His contributions to the entire plastic surgery sector over the years have been groundbreaking. He has been a champion of plastic surgery education throughout his career. His achievements have made him a loved public figure as he has made numerous TV appearances on Oprah, CNN, The Today Show and The View. His interviews have also been featured on New York Times, Dallas Morning News and Wall Street Journal.
Education and career background
Dr. Rohrich grew up on a ranch in North Dakota. Here he attended and graduated with a summa cum laude from North Dakota State. He then joined the University of North Dakota, and he continued with his summa cum laude triumph. He later graduated with the highest honors from Houston, Texas’ Baylor College of Medicine where he was studying medicine. Rod joined the University of Michigan for his plastic surgery studies. He moved to Oxford University’s Radcliffe Infirmary and later Massachusetts General Hospital Where he received further training in plastic surgery. In 1986 he got an assistant professor’s job at Southwestern Medical Center, the University of Texas’ Division of Plastic Surgery. His experiences at the Baylor College of Medicine are what drove him back to Texas after his Plastic surgery training. With him back in Texas, his successful career kicked off.
Dallas Plastic Surgery Institute
The Dallas Plastic Surgery Institute is a state-of-the-art plastic surgery facility located at Forth Worth Metroplex in Dallas. This facility offers the best plastic surgery services in the entire Texas area. In addition to that, they provide the best patient care services that you can find. This facility also offers overnight recovery stays option to those patients who may require keen recovery attention. The institute is made up of 12 world surgeons with Rod Rohrich being one of the 12 and also one of the M.Ds.