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Dr. Rod Rohrich to Show Surgical Skills at Symposiums

Internationally known surgeon Dr. Rod J. Rohrich will not just be attending several symposiums this year, but will participate in all and is even organizing two of the three events taking place in the first quarter of 2018. Rohrich has been a chair on upwards of one hundred educational plastic surgery symposiums. In addition to being a Visiting Professor to more than one hundred and fifty soieties, he has given over fifteen hundred talks on plastic surgery.

Rohrich will be moderating the Elegant Outcomes in Body Contour Surgery panel and a panel on lower lid Blepharoplasty during the Baker Gordon Educational Symposium. This will be the fifty second year this symposium has taken place since 1067 when it was founded by Thomas Baker after he invited colleagues to perform and share live surgeries to train and educate others. In addition to the panels moderated, he will be participating in several more including ones on facial rejuvenation and rhinoplasty. This event will take place in Miami from February 8 – 10.

From February 28 through March 1 and March 2 through 3, Rohrich will be attending two symposiums he will be helping to organize and chair: the Annual Global Dallas Cosmetic Surgery and Medicine Meeting (known as the Medicine Meeting) and the Dallas Rhinoplasty Meeting. The two meetings will both feature cadaver labs for educational purposes.

During the Medicine Meeting, Rohrich will be moderating four panels and will be presenting labs and demos about the latest and safest in fillers and neuromodulators. The Rhinoplasty Meeting will feature Rohrich moderating panels on a breadth of topics from Nasal Tip Surgery to transecting lower lateral cartilages. Throughout the two days he will be giving several lectures and participating in an Advanced Nasal Anatomy video.

Dr. Rod Rohrich has previously served as the president of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons among other prestigious positions in several medical and surgical organizations. He has also served Save the Children, March of Dimes, and the Evergreen Gala Advisory Board. He is an author of material used to teach surgery in thirty eight countries besides the United States.

Good Housekeeping Magazine has voted him as one of the best doctors in America and he was a Notable North Dakotan in 2008. He has two children with his wife.

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