Going under the knife for any type of procedure can be very daunting. Having confidence in the group of professionals who will be performing your surgery can help to ease that fear. That’s why you should consider Dr. Rod J. Rohrich when looking into any type of plastic surgery. He is a prominent plastic surgeon in Dallas, Tx who has been consistently recognized as one of the best in America. Dr. Rohrich is also a professor at UT Southwestern Medical Center in the Plastic Surgery Department. His ability to restore the human face and body back to its youthfulness can be described as uniquely artistic and has gotten him featured on shows like The View, The Oprah Winfrey Show, and Good Morning America.
One of the services he offers is rhinoplasty. Rhinoplasty, often referred to as a “nose job”, is the reshaping of the appearance and function of the nose. The reshaping of the nose is normally focused around the tip of the nose repairing bulbous, boxy, or droopy tips, or reducing the dorsal hump. He also offers revision rhinoplasty for patients who have had poor results from a previous procedure. Improving functionality includes repairing a deviated septum for easier breathing. Dr. Rohrich has authored many medical articles and text books on rhinoplasty and serves as chairman of the Dallas Rhinoplasty Symposium. Another common procedure offered is the facelift.
Facelifts use a lift and fill procedure to help correct aging. Since every face is different, Dr. Rohrich performs every facelift differently. Key components in today’s modern facelift include restructuring the shape of a saggy cheek with a deep layer lift and filling deflated areas on the face with fat collected in other areas of the body. Breast surgeries are also offered by Dr. Rohrich. Breast surgeries provide enhancements to shape, size, and symmetry as well as to augment and lift the breast for better body balance and proportion. Dr. Rohrich works closely with his patients to give them the widest possible selection in implant materials (silicone and saline breast implants), implant placement (subglandular or subpectoral), and incision locations. He is also a founding member of the non-profit organization the, AiRS Foundation, that helps women obtain reconstruction surgery after a mastectomy. Dr. Rohrich has received many accolades for his contributions to the plastic surgery field, and more are sure to come.
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