Category Archives: Rhinoplasty

Deviated Septum and Rhinoplasty–Common Questions Answered!

Very commonly patients will come to my practice and ask “Can you fix my deviated septum during the rhinoplasty?”  The answer is, of course, but there is always some confusion regarding the relationship between the internal structure of the nose, and the external structure.  Particularly, how breathing relates to the nose and how structures that obstruct the nose can affect … Read more

Use of Simulation for Your Rhinoplasty

Simulation can be an effective tool to give a realistic and possible outcome for mainly primary rhinoplasty in non-complex cases.  I tell patients that at best, it is a communication tool for us to review results that are surgically possible–assuming appropriate healing and recovery.  I have found this technology to be very useful in giving patients a visual guide for … Read more

African-American Rhinoplasty

Today’s blog focuses on Rhinoplasty in patients of African Origin.  This is a very difficult term to properly define and despite terms such as “Asian Rhinoplasty”, or “African Rhinoplasty”, each patient is a unique individual and requires a unique surgical plan.  In my Tampa Bay, Florida Rhinoplasty practice we see many African-American patients desiring improvement in their nasal profile and … Read more

Rhinoplasty–Cutting-Edge and Innovative Techniques

    Rhinoplasty has evolved tremendously from its origins.  At Narasimhan Plastic Surgery, Dr. Narasimhan trains other surgeons yearly from around the world at the International Dallas Rhinoplasty course, on the most innovative and effective nasal reshaping surgical techniques.  Rhinoplasty is more about aesthetic balance and proportion, rather than dramatic changing one’s appearance.  This is the essence of Dr. Narasimhan’s … Read more

Rhinoplasty (Nose Job) at Any Age

Recently I was asked about performing rhinoplasty on older patients at my St. Petersburg practice. While the common impression might be that patients who undergo rhinoplasty (also known as nose jobs or nasal reshaping) are younger females, that is not a rule. In fact, I frequently see patients in their 60s who want improvements made to their nasal shape. As … Read more

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