Category Archives: Rhinoplasty

Revision Rhinoplasty–A Complex Operation

There are a subset of patients who require revision rhinoplasty, and as I do see many patients from other surgeons, this operation is common to my practice.  Revision rhinoplasty is also know as secondary rhinoplasty in some instances.  This operation is truly unique in scope, and complexity.  Only a specialist in this procedure should undertake a revision rhinoplasty, there a … Read more

Make my Nasal Tip Smaller!–Common Rhinoplasty (nosejob) concerns

In this blog, I would like to discuss some of the most common cosmetic concerns my patients have during their consultation for rhinoplasty (nosejob or nasal reshaping).  What are some common features, and how do we treat them?  My job as a board-certified plastic surgeon and rhinoplasty specialist is to translate a patient’s concerns into an effective surgical plan. “Make … Read more

Male Rhinoplasty–A Challenging procedure

  Male patients who undergo rhinoplasty have different challenges, goals, and expectations.  As a rhinoplasty specialist, these differences are very important to understand.  Nosejob or rhinoplasty is an individualized procedure that takes years to master.  Dr. Narasimhan has experience with a variety of rhinoplasty cases, including male rhinoplasty. Let’s breakdown the male rhinoplasty procedure. Characteristics Males generally have thicker skin … Read more

Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty (Nosejob)–Does that work?

I have gotten many questions regarding the so-called “non-surgical rhinoplasty”.  In our Tampa Bay practice, we perform both procedures–surgical rhinoplasty and non-surgical rhinoplasty.  What is the non-surgical nosejob, and will it help me?  For starters, we will discuss what this technique entails, and then go over patients that are good candidates for the procedure.  As a plastic surgeon double board … Read more

Can I combine Plastic Surgery Procedures?

If you are like most patients, we live in a fast-paced world.  Our lives are busy, and we want to minimize time off after a cosmetic procedure.  This may be for family reasons, work reasons, or anesthesia-related reasons.  When we are considering plastic surgery, we want to undergo the shortest amount of recovery while maximizing our cosmetic results.  For these … Read more

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