RGV Cosmetic Surgery & Vein Care is the Rio Grand Valley's premier cosmetic surgery and varicose vein care clinic. Much like an artist sculpts to create beauty, Dr. Filiberto Rodriguez, MD, FACS, FAACS uses surgical skill. He is the Founder and Medical Director of RGV Cosmetic Surgery and Vein Care. He is a double board certified cosmetic surgeon: board certified by the American Board of Surgery and the American Board of Cosmetic Surgery. He is also a Diplomate of the American Board of Venous and Lymphatic Medicine. His areas of expertise include breast and body cosmetic surgery and varicose vein disease. With regards to breast surgery, Dr. Rodriguez specializes in breast augmentation, including complex TransUmbilical Breast Augmentation (TUBA - i.e. "The Belly Button Boob Job") and also revision breast augmentation procedures. He also performs beautiful breast lift procedures, both with and without implants. Dr. Rodriguez has advanced the abdominoplasty procedure (tummy tuck), and he has published on the Rapid Recovery Abdominoplasty. He often combines his breast augmentation procedures with a tummy tuck to restore a woman's beauty with a Mommy Makeover procedure, and he has mastered the complex procedure of a combined hysterectomy/tummy tuck or a tummy tuck tubal ligation working with his wife, Dr. Samira Mohamed. Dr. Rodriguez has also refined fat transfer procedures for butt augmentation, the "Brazilian Bubble Butt Lift", and also expertly performs gluteal implants. Dr. Rodriguez is one of the few surgeons in south Texas to perform more complex post-bariatric body sculpting procedures, which requires properly staged complex abdominoplasty procedures combined with body lift surgeries, arm lift, thigh lift, and breast lift procedures. In addition to cosmetic surgery, Dr. Rodriguez also applies his expertise in cardiovascular surgery and ultrasound to offer patients with varicose vein disease the most advanced and minimally invasive treatment options.
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Education and Training
University of Virginia School of Medicine
Univ of Va Sch of Med, Charlottesville Va 1999
University of Virginia School of Medicine 1999
American Board of Cosmetic Surgery
American Board of Surgery
Dr. Filiberto Rodriguez, MD, FACS, FAACS's Expert Contributions
The short answer is that I typically recommend that a woman wait at least 3 months after the birth of her baby or when she stops breastfeeding before coming in for a Mommy Makeover or breast augmentation consult. There are four important aspects that help define the answer to this question:...
Calcium Score Testing to Simplify Pre-op Cardiac Clearance for Cosmetic SurgeonsFiliberto Rodriguez, MD, FACS, FAACSPreoperative cardiac clearance is often needed for older patients desiring elective cosmetic surgery. This is especially true for patients with a history of diabetes, hypertension, or...
Hi, the answer to this question depends greatly on your physical examination and how severe the sagging of your eyelids is. However, if you have mild eyelid ptosis (droop), then you may be a candidate for the non-invasive ThermiSmooth Face treatment. This uses controlled, non-invasive tissue heating to promote collagen growth under the skin. It can even treat the delicate skin around the eyes and lips because its cutting-edge temperature controls allow the provider to precisely regulate the amount of energy delivered to the skin. Treatment is pain-free and can be customized for each patient’s needs. ThermiSmooth Face can treat problem areas such as forehead “worry lines,” sagging eyelids, “parenthesis” lines or nasolabial folds around the mouth, crow’s feet, and sagging jowls. It can also help firm crepey skin on the face or neck. Most patients see some benefits from ThermiSmooth Face after the first treatment. Typically three procedures are necessary to achieve optimal results. Collagen production takes time, so you'll look younger with natural results. It may take three to six months to see the full effects of facial treatments. READ MORE
Since the cost of abdominoplasty surgery varies based on the size of the patient, how many additional areas of liposuction, possible need to extend the excision around the flanks to avoid dog-ears, and possible fat transfer that many patients desire, it is not feasible to give cost estimates blindly. In addition, there are anesthesia and OR fees to consider. It is always best to be seen in person for a consultation. I hope this helps. READ MORE
Hi, With regard to the new silicone gel implants, they come with a 10-year warranty that covers both "parts" and some "labor." Meaning that if a crack is identified in the shell of the implant (possibly on mammogram, or other screening studies), then the company will replace the implants bilaterally, and also pay some of the associated OR and anesthesia costs. After 10 years, the implants have a lifetime parts only replacement warranty for any implant defect. It is important for patients to realize that implants don't ever "rupture." The shell merely develops a crack, and the silicone gel does not leak. This 10-year warranty is where the concept that implants have to be replaced after 10 years comes from. This is simply not true. Silicone gel implants have a risk of developing a crack in the shell of 1% per year per implant. So, after 10 years, there is only a 20% risk that one of the implants have a silent "rupture" (2 x 10 = 20). Meaning there is an 80% chance that the implants are perfectly fine. If I started having all my patients come back every 10 years to remove their implants, that would be a lot of unnecessary surgery! Follow the FDA recommendations for screening MRI scans to look for silent implant "rupture," and you should be just fine. Yesterday, I removed an old (more than 30 years old) pair of implants with calcified capsules, and the patient was fine. Hope this helps.... READ MORE
So, the question posed is: Is it normal to have uneven breasts after augmentation? After breast augmentation I noticed that they are uneven. Is it normal? An important starting point is, did your surgeon measure in detail all of the natural asymmetries and differences that exist in all women's breasts? Perfect symmetry does not exist on anybody, and natural differences between the left and right sides are perfectly natural on the breasts, and also on the face. That being said, it is normal for breast implants to settle at different rates between the left and right sides during the early post-operative period. If a patient develops Grade 3-4 capsular contracture on one side, then this will definitely distort the breast and cause asymmetry. Finally, if there were significant differences between the left and right sides noted pre-operatively, then different strategies such as different sized implants or more complex augmentation mastopexy with breast reduction and implants should have been discussed. I hope this helps. READ MORE
Hi. Thank you for your question. Unfortunately, it's not so simple to just give quotes for procedures without seeing the patient in consultation first. Breast augmentation may also require a lift if the patient has significant sagging of the breast, and implants alone in this setting results in an unpleasant "Snoopy nose" deformity. It is always best to have a formal consultation with a respected and reputable surgeon specializing in these procedures, and then discuss pricing with their patient care coordinator after the surgeon has outlined the best plan for your individual needs. READ MORE
Hi, This is truly a challenging question. Certainly, breast reductions are some of the most gratifying operations I perform, and I have even done these on older women in their 70's who regret having waited so long. In your case, I believe that if you are fully aware of the scarring and the risks that your breasts MAY (not for certain) continue to grow as you continue aging, and especially many years from now once you choose to become pregnant, and as long as your parents are supportive (since you are a minor and need their consent), then I wouldn't have a problem performing breast reduction surgery on someone your age. Especially knowing how much it could help you. All this being said, we would have to ensure that such a patient wouldn't need to lose a lot of weight. The information given gives the height, but not the weight. So, if the BMI is too high, then this would need to be addressed first, before proceeding to breast reduction. READ MORE
Hi. When properly done, other than the tiny liposuction stab incisions strategically concealed, there should be no scarring from liposuction to the arms, or any area for that matter. READ MORE
Hi. Thank you for your question. I honestly tell my patients that in my hands, breast reduction is the least painful operation I perform. If there is no liposuction needed to the lateral thorax (side chest/anterior axilla), then breast reduction alone is essentially painless. I hope this helps. READ MORE
Hi. This is a complicated question. Breast lift surgery can be extremely long-lasting (tens of years), and all my breast lift patients (with or without implants) are extremely happy. The main issue is taking care of your breasts after surgery. Subsequent pregnancies after a breast lift will result in the breasts likely becoming saggy again. Similarly, massive weight gain and weight loss after breast lift surgery will also cause them to likely become saggy again. When young, thin patients come in for breast reduction and breast lift surgery, we have these conversations at great length. Hope this helps. READ MORE
Hello. I am Dr. Filiberto Rodriguez. In response to your question regarding pain after breast lift surgery, I can honestly say that in my hands, my breast lift patients have zero pain. Now, if they elect to add on breast implants or liposuction, then they tend to feel some tightness (but very little pain) from the implants, and some soreness in the areas of liposuction. I hope this helps answer your question. READ MORE
Hi. Thank you for your question. A "non-surgical" nose job is the use of dermal filler (like Juvederm) to refine aspects of the nose to enhance the contour and profile of the nose. This must be performed by experienced providers who understand the delicate blood supply of the nose to avoid complications such as vascular occlusion. READ MORE
Although calf raises help engage the calf-pump mechanism to enhance the upward flow of venous blood in the deep vein system to move out of the legs, there are no exercises that improve existing varicose veins or saphenous vein insufficiency. Diet and exercise, while important for overall health, do not halt the progression of varicose vein disease. Fortunately, modern varicose vein treatments are minimally invasive, provide excellent outcomes, and have very short recovery time. Compression hose worn daily may help slow the progression of varicose veins and provide temporary comfort. Schedule a consultation with a varicose vein specialist for more information. READ MORE
The short answer is that the varicose veins will not cause any complications during her delivery. Many factors during pregnancy contribute to the development of venous insufficiency and varicose veins, including the hormonal changes, increased blood volume, and the pressure of the baby on the pelvic veins during the third trimester. The good news is that with modern treatment modalities, she can have her varicose veins treated soon after the baby is born. In the interim, she should compression hose for support and comfort. READ MORE
Great question. There is a lot of confusion regarding laser treatments for varicose veins. For the most part, topical (surface) laser treatments only work for the tiniest of spider veins on the legs or face that are too small for sclerotherapy injections. EndoVenous Laser Ablation (EVLA) is a minimally invasive surgical procedure to treat sapheous vein insufficiency (or reflux). Venous insufficiency is a more serious vein disorder that often underlies visible varicose veins, leg swelling, restless leg syndrome, skin color changes to the lower legs, and ultimately skin breakdown and venous stasis ulcers. Venous insufficiency is diagnosed with ultrasound examination. The EVLA procedure involves carefully inserting the laser fiber into the diseased saphenous vein under ultrasound guidance to essentially "weld" the vein shut with the laser energy. EVLA is typically performed under local anesthesia with oral sedation and is a very safe, outpatient procedure performed in the office setting. Micro-phlebectomy procedures are then performed to gently remove the remaining visible varicose veins. A formal consultation with a varicose vein specialist with allow your doctor to recommend the optimal treatment plan for your varicose vein disease. Filiberto Rodriguez. MD, FACS, FAACS, RVT, RPVI READ MORE
Hello. Thank you for your question. The good news is that there are treatments to eliminate painful varicose veins. These treatments include EndoVenous Laser Ablation (EVLA) of the saphenous veins, if venous insufficiency is present, followed by micro-phlebectomy procedures to directly remove the painful surface varicose veins, and finally sclerotherapy to eliminate any remaining spider veins. Some of these procedures are covered by most insurance companies. Search on the American College of Phlebology website to find a dedicated varicose vein specialist in your area. READ MORE
Spider veins are damaged, enlarged, or weakened veins that are visible on the skin. These can develop due to injury and sun exposure, but most often occur due to aging. Although mostly a cosmetic condition, spider veins can cause uncomfortable feelings in the legs. If you are experiencing any discomfort as a result of spider veins or would like to diminish their appearance, you may be a good candidate for spider vein treatment. Spider veins can be treated using a number of different techniques. Typically, sclerotherapy injections are the most common and effective in the legs, whereas spider veins on the nose or cheeks are better treated with topical lasers. Most importantly, if a patient has larger varicose veins associated with the spider veins, or leg swelling, heaviness, skin discoloration of the lower legs, or restless-leg-syndrome, then an ultrasound exam is needed to exclude the presence of underlying venous insufficiency or reflux. It is a waste of time and money to treat the spider veins without first eliminating the reflux larger varicose veins. READ MORE
Patients often seek treatment of varicose veins due to their concerns of the unsightly, bulging visible varicose veins or spider veins. Often, these varicose veins are painful in and of themselves. For patients with symptoms of leg heaviness, leg swelling, restless leg syndrome, or a history of a leg ulcer, the presence of saphenous vein reflux (or venous insufficiency) must be determined. This is accomplished with Duplex Ultrasound Technology. Surprisingly, even many physicians are unaware that modern treatments for varicose veins exist that can help patients with leg pain, heaviness, and swelling. When doctors do recognize the presence of varicose vein disease they often send their patients to a radiology imaging center or a vascular lab for the ultrasound testing. This is very inconvenient for the patient, and often these non-specialized imaging centers do not perform the ultrasound examination for venous insufficiency correctly, thereby misdiagnosing patients. The treatment of varicose vein disease must begin with the saphenous veins if the ultrasound identifies reflux. Eliminating reflux with EndoVenous Laser Treatment (EVLT) is the modern, minimally invasive alternative to historic vein stripping surgery. EVLT treatments are performed in the office setting under local anesthesia. History of hypertension and diabetes usually does not prevent us from proceeding with the EVLT. The procedure consists of inserting a small laser fiber through a needle stick in the skin into the damaged vein under ultrasound guidance. Pulses of laser light are delivered inside the vein, which causes the vein to collapse and seal shut. The procedure is done in-office under local anesthesia with mild oral sedation. Your leg will be wrapped for one day, and you are encouraged to take a 30 minute walk the night after the procedure. After the EVLT treatments are completed, further treatments focus on the remaining visible and painful varicose veins with MicroPhlebectomy treatments, until finally Sclerotherapy is indicated for any remaining spider veins. READ MORE
Thank for your question. Unfortunately you cannot treat spider veins or varicose veins on your own. Diet and exercise do not improve varicose veins or spider veins. We often recommend (and insurance requires) that patients use compression stockings (15-20mmHg or 20-30mmHg) daily to help reduce symptoms and progression of the varicose veins. Simple sclerotherapy injections targeting the spider veins are often ineffective unless any underlying venous reflux and varicose vein disease are properly diagnosed with ultrasound and treated. Sclerotherapy for spider veins is considered cosmetic whereas many insurance companies cover treatments for venous insufficiency and varicose veins. Patients should avoid medical spas that only offer sclerotherapy and seek treatment from a surgeon dedicated to varicose vein disease. F. Rodriguez, MD, FACS, FAACS RGV Cosmetic Surgery & Vein Care www.RGVCosmetic.com READ MORE
Areas of expertise and specialization
- American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery, Award for Excellence in Cosmetic Surgery Education (2012)
- The American College of Phlebology, Oral Poster Presentation, Award (2010)
- University of Virginia School of Medicine, John Horsley Memorial Research Prize (2004)
- American Association for Thoracic Surgery, C. Walton Lillehei Resident Research Award, Co-Winner (2004)
- American Heart Association, CV Surgery Council, Vivien Thomas Young Investigator Award, Winner (2003)
- American College of Surgeons, Ethicon Scholarship for the Study of Surgical Wound Healing (2002ï¿½2004)
- National Heart Lung and Blood Institute, NIH Research Supplement: Grant HL-67025- 01S1 (2001ï¿½2004)
- National Medical Fellowships, Inc., Fellowship in Academic Medicine Research Scholarship (1997)
- American College of Phlebology
- American Venous Forum
- Texas Cosmetic Surgery Society
- California Academy of Cosmetic Surgery
- American College of Surgeons
- American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery
- Stanford University
- Stanford University (Cardiothoracic); UCLA Medical Center; Body Sculpting Center
Professional Society Memberships
- American Medical Association, American College of Physicians, American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery, American College of Phlebology, American Venous Forum, California Academy of Cosmetic Surgery, Texas Cosmetic Surgery Society, President of the Texas Cosmetic Surgery Society, Trustee for the California Academy of Cosmetic Surgery, Examiner for the American Board of Cosmetic Surgery
Articles and Publications
- Borsand MA. 100 Consecutive Lipo-Abdominoplasty Procedures: Modified Avelar Technique for Full Abdominoplasty Without Panniculus Undermining Advances, Morbidity, and Complications. THE AMERICAN JOURNAL OF COSMETIC SURGERY. 2011 Dec
What do you attribute your success to?
- Passion for surgery and excellence. Found his niche in cosmetic surgery and helps patients in a way he never knew would be so rewarding.Years of extensive training in varied arenas in the fields of cardiac surgery, plastic surgery and cosmetic surgery combined with a passion for excellence to sculp my skillset to handle even the most difficult cases. In addition, the unique training environments at Stanford Univerity and the Body Scuplting Center helped me hone my positive patient rapport.
Favorite professional publications
- Aesthetic Surgery Journal
Areas of research
- RODRIGUEZ F. Safety and Anesthesia for Long/Complex Cosmetic Surgery Procedures. Presented at the Texas Cosmetic Surgery Society Annual Meeting, April 2015, Austin, TX; Accepted to be presented at the California Academy of Cosmetic Surgery Annual Meeting October 2015 and the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery Annual Scientific Meeting January 2016.
- RODRIGUEZ F. New methods and materials for complex breast re-augmentation: Vicryl mesh, Seri Surgical Scaffold, and a modified parachute technique. Presented at the Texas Society of Cosmetic Surgery Annual Meeting, March 2014, Austin, TX, the California Academy of Cosmetic Surgery 16th Annual Scientific Meeting, October 2014, Newport, CA, and at the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery 31st Annual Scientific Meeting, January 2015, New Orleans, LA.
- RODRIGUEZ F. Subtleties and Intricacies of Advanced Varicose Vein Treatment an Algorithmic Approach. Presented at the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery 31st Annual Scientific Meeting, January 2015, New Orleans, LA.
- RODRIGUEZ F. Gluteal Augmentation with Silicone Implants. Presented at the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery 31st Annual Scientific Meeting, January 2015, New Orleans, LA.
- RODRIGUEZ F. Can cosmetic surgeons enhance patient outcomes after black-market silicone butt-pumping injections? Presented at the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery 30th Annual Scientific Meeting, January 2014, Fort Lauderdale, FL and at the Texas Society of Cosmetic Surgery Annual Meeting, March 2014, Austin, TX.
- RODRIGUEZ F, Mohamed S. Have we made labiaplasty too complex? Presented at the International Society of Cosmetogynecology Forum during the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery 30th Annual Scientific Meeting, January 2014, Fort Lauderdale, FL.
- Stubbs J, RODRIGUEZ F, Borsand A, Borsand MA. Complications of the Surgical Techniques for Labiaplasty: Asystematic Literature Review. Presented at the World Congress on Advanced Liposculpture and Body Contouring, October 2013, New York, NY.
- Mohamed Y, RODRIGUEZ F, Borsand MA. Current Trends in Prophylactic Antibiotic Use in Cosmetic Surgery: AACS 27th and 28th National Meetings Survey Results. Presented at the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery 29th Annual Scientific Meeting, January 2013, Las Vegas, NV.
- RODRIGUEZ F, Borsand MA. Lipo-abdominoplasty: The Avelar technique for full abdominoplasty without panniculus undermining. Presented at the International Symposium of Minimal Invasive Plastic Surgery & Dermatology, April 2011, Bangkok, Thailand; the World Academy of Cosmetic Surgery 2nd Annual Meeting, September 2011, Vienna, Austria; and the 10th Anti-Aging Medicine World Congress & Medispa, March 2012, Monte-Carlo, Monaco.
- RODRIGUEZ F, Borsand MA. Should autologous fat transfer for augmentation phalloplasty be abandoned? Presented at the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery 27th Annual Scientific Meeting, January 2011, Scottsdale, AZ and at the International Symposium of Minimal Invasive Plastic Surgery & Dermatology, April 2011, Bangkok,
- RODRIGUEZ F, Clark M, Clark TA. Optimal energy delivery dose for successful saphenous endovenous laser ablation using the 1470-nm diode laser. Presented at the American College of Phlebology 24th Annual Congress, November 2010, Orlando, FL and at the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery 27th Annual Scientific Meeting, January 2011, Scottsdale, AZ.
- Itoh A, Nguyen TC, Ennis DB, Bothe W, Carlhll CJ, RODRIGUEZ F, Ingels NB, Miller DC. Papillary Muscle Torsion: A Potential Role In Ischemic Mitral Regurgitation? Presented at the 4th Biennial Meeting of the Society of Heart Valve Disease, C. Walton Lillehei Young Investigators Award Finalist, June 2007, New York, NY.
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Get to know Cosmetic Surgeon Dr. Filiberto Rodriguez, who serves patients in Edinburg, Texas.
With a reputation as a well-respected, double board-certified and fellowship-trained cosmetic surgeon, Dr. Rodriguez is the Founder and Medical Director of RGV Cosmetic Surgery and Vein Care. Using his advanced skills and expertise, his goal is to deliver beautiful, natural results, thereby enhancing each patient’s individuality.
Dr. Filiberto Rodriguez specializes in cosmetic plastic surgery and varicose vein disease. He is a double board-certified cosmetic surgeon: board-certified by the American Board of Surgery, and board-certified by the American Board of Cosmetic Surgery. He is also a Diplomate of the American Board of Venous and Lymphatic Medicine. He is one of the few plastic surgeons in the country with advanced fellowship training in cardiothoracic, reconstructive plastic, and cosmetic surgery. Dr. Rodriguez graduated magna cum laude from McAllen Memorial High School. He attended Princeton University for college and the University of Virginia for medical school. After medical school, he completed nine years of extensive General, Thoracic, and Cardiovascular surgical training at Stanford University, after which he ultimately chose to pursue training in plastic and cosmetic surgery. After completing a one-year fellowship in the prestigious plastic surgery program at UCLA Medical Center, Dr. Rodriguez chose to refine his cosmetic surgery skills by undertaking an additional one-year fellowship through the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery at the Body Sculpting Center in Scottsdale, Arizona. He is recognized as a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons and also as a Fellow of the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery. In addition to cosmetic surgery, Dr. Filiberto Rodriguez also applies his expertise in cardiovascular surgery and vascular ultrasound to provide state-of-the-art care and minimally invasive treatments for varicose vein disease.
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