Dr. J. Rohrick and the Upcoming Symposium on Plastic Surgery

Dr. J. Rohrich MD is a plastic surgeon in Dallas that serves as the Professor of Plastic Surgery at the UT Southwestern Medical Center. His internationally known expert in the field is so expert in fact, that he was recognized as such at the 52nd Annual Baker Gordon Educational Symposium.

There, the latest developments in plastic surgery will be shared at the symposium for those in attendance. The symposium began back in the sixties. Thomas Baker was the speaker back then. That symposium covered greats like Salvador Castanares and other greats in the field at the time. It has been used since to not only train physicians in the new methods, but to also show things that are recent discoveries in medicine for plastic surgery.

Dr. J. Rohrick will participate in the body contouring surgery panel. His lectures on the subject are the subject of many a discussion recently. It will be exciting stuff to see what will be covered there. He will be moderating too. Held in Dallas, this will have a Rhinoplasty discussion for the February meeting.

Also in the discussion at this year’s symposium will be several other areas of interest.

– Vaginal rejuvenation

– Ono-invasive removal of fat

– Laser surgery techniques

– IPL

– Dermal Fillers

– Skin tightening

– Advances in skin techniques

– Patient safety

– Social marketing

– Breast contouring methods

The hot topics of the symposium beyond the subjects presented are about some exciting new ways to help improve procedures in facial rejuvenation. DVD’s will be available on these procedures at the Symposium. The material goes into varied races and how those specialized face structures need.

Dr. J. Rohrich is a surgeon on the cutting edge of plastic surgery techniques between the years of 1993 and 2014. He served as the Betty Warren Woodward Chair from 1999 to 2014. He attended University at the University of North Dakota and received his medical degree at Baylor’s College of Medicine. His training then followed at the University of Michigan Medical Center.

As a philanthropist, his service has given help to those that need guidance in the field. He served on the Board of Directors for the Save the Children Foundation, March of Dimes and Evergreen Gala Advisory Board. He created the Children’s Foundation in Dallas. He has served as a teacher in third world countries to help them gain insight into the methods that are sorely needed there. All of this is free and done out of the compassion of his own heart. Follow Rohrich