Dr. Rod J. Rohrich is not only a well known plastic surgeon in the United States, but also internally. In addition to the services he provides at his Dallas based facility, he also teaches at the University of Texas and is one of the founding members of the University’s Department of Plastic Surgery, for which he is chairman. As a practicing plastic surgeon, Dr. Rohrich has chosen to specialize in the field of cosmetic surgery. Through the use of innovative technology he is able to achieve the results his patients desire.
Dr. Rod Rohrich offers a wide range of procedures under the heading of breast surgery. These include breast augmentations, breast reconstructions, breast lifts and breast reductions. He works closely with patients to make sure they understand the options they have for each of these procedures. Breast augmentation is designed to enhance the volume and shape of the breasts. Part of the consultation for this surgery would include a recommendation for an appropriate breast size as well as the location of the incisions.
Dr. Rod J. Rohrich also performs many procedures on the face and neck. A popular type of cosmetic procedure is rhinoplasty, which is more commonly known as a nose job. There are actually several different components to the nose that need to be considered when looking to restructure it. Dr. Rohrich offers two approaches to the rhinoplasty surgery he performs. One is referred to as an open rhinoplasty and the other is a closed or endonasal rhinoplasty. The open approach allows a greater view of the interior structure and all of the underlying areas of the nose.
Additional cosmetic procedures offered by Dr. Rod Rohrich include body contouring or body shaping and skin resurfacing. Some of the more popular types of body contouring include tummy tucks and liposuction. Traditionally, liposuction is the process through which fat is removed from the body via a suctioning device. Dr. Rohrich uses several different techniques to remove undesirable fat deposits from different areas of the body. Recent advances in technology have introduced the use of ultrasonic waves, which actually melt the fat away.