Category Archives: Asian Rhinoplasty

Embracing Imperfection: How Nose Jobs Are Evolving

A woman smiles happily with the results of her non surgical rhinoplasty.

As a San Francisco plastic surgeon specializing in rhinoplasty, I see many patients with different nose surgery requests. For the most part, people undergo surgery to hide imperfections or change the size of the nose. But recent trends have made rhinoplasty less straightforward As times change, rhinoplasty patients are requesting different things. While there are certain nose “ideals”—such as symmetry … Read more

How Do You Choose a Septoplasty Surgeon?

Often in my San Francisco plastic surgery practice, patients are referred to me for septoplasty. As a triple board-certified plastic surgeon with special training in otolaryngology (head and neck surgery), I am specifically qualified to help patients with septum-related issues, such as a deviated septum and turbinate reduction. What is Septoplasty? Septoplasty is traditionally taught in otolaryngology training programs as … Read more

Asian Rhinoplasty: Why Experience Matters

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Rhinoplasty is quite popular among plastic surgery procedures. It’s also one of the most technically demanding surgeries. The nose is a complex structure, and it can differ a lot between patients, especially when ethnicity is a factor. Here in San Francisco, I offer both rhinoplasty and septoplasty, and I have a lot of experience working with Asian Americans. Choosing a … Read more