Plastic surgery is used for many varying purposes. Someone may need to use a plastic surgeon to help them correct a birth defect that may interfere with their ability to function. Someone else may want to have plastic surgery done to correct a problem such as scarring from a burn or just because they want to look younger and feel better. The chance to have plastic surgery can be the opportunity to have life altering changes. The right surgeon can make this process happen and help people get the kind of look that they want from the surgery.
One such surgeon is Dr. Rod Rohrich. Dr. Rod Rohrich has worked for many decades to help refine the field of plastic surgery. His expertise has helped hundreds of patients get help from various kinds of plastic surgery. Dr Rod Rohrich’s research has contributed vastly to changes that had led to plastic and reconstructive surgery that is far safer and more effective for his patient. Dr Rod Rohrichs work has led to a new understanding of exactly how the facial structure ages as well as how the skin of the face changes during this process. Dr Rod Rohrich has also helped improve various kinds of facial rejuvenation procedures that have been adopted by others as well as helped create new types of breast surgery, and effective techniques that can be applied to rhinoplasty. Under his leadership, Dr Rod Rohrich has also helped to other kinds of surgical procedures. His work has led to the development of entirely new approaches to individualized and specialized forms of specific treatments that aim to help achieve natural-looking results from plastic surgery of all kinds for his patients.The doctor grew up in North Dakota. During this time, he was raised by his parents on the ranch that they own in this region. When he graduated from high school, the doctor began his training at the University of North Dakota and North Dakota State University. His stellar grades enabled him to gain entrance to the Baylor College of Medicine in DallasTexas. After graduating with honors from the college, he gained further training in the field of hand surgery at Oxford University in the United Kingdom. He also further honed his skills at Harvard University where he completed additional training.