Rod J. Rohrich, M.D.
UT Southwestern Medical Center
1801 Inwood Road
Dallas, Texas 75390-9132
Tel: (214) 645-3119
Dallas Plastic Surgery Institute
9101 North Central Expressway, Suite 600
Dallas, Texas 75231
Tel: (214) 821-9114
What You Should Know:
Whether it is your face, nose or another part of your body, you can rely on Dr. Rohrich’s expertise and experience as a highly skilled plastic surgeon to enhance or restore your appearance. He will personally guide you on realistic options to accomplish your goals, answer questions regarding surgical or non-surgical alternatives and offer plastic surgery innovations and how they fit with your objectives. Because Dr. Rohrich strongly believes plastic surgery should be individualized, his approach is based on meticulous attention to detail. He addresses the underlying foundation of each patient’s unique features.
Your experience will be first class before and after your procedure. Our team offers exceptional support and care, including superb nursing and skin care staff. All plastic surgery procedures are performed at state-of-the-art facilities, fully accredited and staffed by a skilled team of medical and surgical professions for patient safety and comfort. Dr. Rohrich specializes in cosmetic surgery of the face, breast and body. He is recognized as an international expert in rhinoplasty surgery, including primary and secondary nasal surgery.
Dr. Rohrich is board certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery, which ensures he has completed the most stringent plastic surgery training and has been examined and approved by the governing board.
“Thank you very much for your care, benevolence, and scrupulousness regarding my rhinoplasty. I am blessed to have a doctor who cares about his patients and is a consummate professional. You are an incredible doctor and I imagine you do wonderful things for your clients every day. I also am grateful for your tranquil reassurance that was calm but always beneficial.”
“Dr. Rohrich is an excellent surgeon and professional and every sense of the word. Dr. Rohrich is truly the finest and most gifted plastic surgeon in the United States, possibly the best in the world. Dr. Rohrich is a true asset to UT Southwestern Medical Center.”
Before & After:
Dr. Elizabeth Almeyda
Plastic Surgery NYC
75 Central Park West
New York, NY 10023
Tel: (212) 501-0600
Fax: (212) 496-1919
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What you should know:
It may sound funny coming from a plastic surgeon, but beauty is not skin-deep. Real beauty comes from within and reflects the truth of each individual. When you consider the importance of a person’s self-image to the future course and quality of their life, anything that can bolster it is probably a good thing. If an eye lift, or a tummy tuck can make a difference in a person’s sense of self-worth, then its value cannot be denied. Just as time and gravity work to unhinge a person who does nothing but grow older, a thinking person will overcome these forces by applying another. That is where I come in.
Communication plays a crucial role in cosmetic procedures. So that you will be satisfied with the results, your message must get through. As a female surgeon, I bring a sensitivity by virtue of understanding what it’s like to be a woman. Although the promise of enhanced beauty is compelling, the decision to proceed with a cosmetic procedure should never be made lightly. It takes more than the skilled hands of a master to gain such trust from an entire community. It takes resources such as these:
- A fully equipped operating room which rivals a hospital operating room
- A recovery room and treatment rooms
- The services of a board certified anesthesiologist
- A caring staff who makes every effort to make my patient comfortable before, during, and after the procedure.
These are the resources and credentials you must demand and we are able to give you when you place your trust in my hands.
Breast augmentation performed by Dr. Almeyda.
Breast reduction performed by Dr. Almeyda.
What are the best options for a saggy neck and jowls?
Good question, as this is the biggest giveaway of an FOF’s age. Traditionally, FOFs have gotten facelifts as a solution to this problem. However, facelifts can be invasive and have a long recovery time. For the past four years, I’ve been performing a procedure called the “Natural Lift” as a way to avoid or postpone a facelift. I remove a teaspoon of jowl fat and 2 tablespoons of neck fat. It’s a 45-minute procedure, done with local anesthesia and requires minimal recovery time. Consider it the ultimate cheat and prevention for aging.
What are the latest innovations in liposuction? Can you have liposuction anywhere and everywhere?
Yes, you can. This past year two new non-invasive devices have come onto the market that melt fat away when you use them over the skin. They allow you to shrink even the thinnest layers of fat cells in parts of the body that used to be difficult to reach through liposuction cannulas (tools). The device I use is called VASER Shape which feels like a hot stone massage.
What type of implant is better or which do you recommend: Saline or silicone?
I prefer silicone and implant them in my patients 99% of the time. With silicone, the deflation rate is low and they feel more natural. Most women getting augmentation have very little breast tissue and the breast is made up of mostly the implant. In the rare cases where someone with bigger breasts (for example a size B) wanted to go to a size C, then I might use saline.
I’ve heard of a “vampire facelift,” what is this?
Despite its name, the vampire facelift is actually a non-surgical cosmetic procedure, rather than a facelift. It uses the patient’s own blood, which is rich in antioxidants and collagen, to make the skin more radiant. Often times, people combine this treatment with fillers for the ultimate facial rejuvenation. The vampire facelift is the same treatment top athletes such as Tiger Woods have had done to their joints to promote healing and increase vascularity. The way it works is blood is drawn, then the Platelet-Enriched Plasma (PRP) is separated and concentrated. The PRP is essentially tattooed back into the middle layer of the skin to promote radiance. My favorite protocol of this procedure uses the Dermapen. (For more about Dermapen, read below.)
As a teen, I had very bad acne and now I have scars, pitting and large pores. What do I do?
My favorite new device to reverse damage from acne, is the Dermapen. It stimulates collagen in the middle layer of the skin, plumping acne pitting. It’s the only therapy that helps with deep pitting. It can level the top edge of the pit to the bottom. Also, it’s great for fine lines and wrinkles on the upper lip. It can be used on all skin types, is much less expensive than laser devices and does not cause heat damage to the surrounding, healthy skin.
Do you build up resistance to Botox to the point that it stops working?
First of all, there are 3 neuro-modulators on the market today—Botox Cosmetic, Dysport, and Xeomin—each have their own unique properties. You cannot build up a resistance to neuro-modulators. However, the more you use them, the less you need them because you train your face not to make certain movements. For this reason, it’s important to get treatments regularly. I have been using neuro-modulators on myself for 12 years and now I only need to get it done twice a year, whereas when I started I was getting four treatments a year.
Dr. Sharon Giese
114 East 61st Street
New York, New York 10065
Tel: (212) 421-3400
Fax: (212) 421-3435
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