We are excited to announce the opening of our new office space along with a simultaneous feature in the online and print editions of Wallpaper* magazine.
Located in the Tiffany Building overlooking Union Square in San Francisco’s downtown district, this modernist space was designed by Delugan Meissl Associated Architects, Vienna — designers of the Porsche Museum Stuttgart, Germany.
“The extraordinary precision, subdued beauty, and intimate ambiance reflect the approach of both architect and doctor: ‘We very consciously sought to avoid associations with …Read more
Rhinoplasty for Persian (Iranian) Noses
Rhinoplasty (“nose job” or nasal surgery) is very popular with Iranians, or Persians, with Iran having one of the highest rates of nasal surgery in the world. As a consequence, people with a Persian or Iranian background are very knowledgeable and savvy about the look they want to achieve with rhinoplasty. There are large Persian communities in …Read more
Jaw Reduction Surgery, FFS, and Asymmetrical Jaws
Nothing in nature is truly symmetrical and all faces have a degree of asymmetry. But if your face has a more pronounced form of asymmetry, a range of approaches used during facial feminization surgery (FFS) can be helpful.
Many areas of the face can appear asymmetrical – from the hairline and forehead down …Read more
Is a “Nose Job” really that different for people of Indian and Pakistani backgrounds?
Of the plastic surgery disciplines, rhinoplasty (“nose job” or nasal surgery) is one of the most difficult. To get the most pleasing result, your surgeon needs a sense of artistry to design a new nose that suits you and your cultural or ethnic background.
For many years, plastic …Read more
Facial Feminization and Jaw Surgery: Which Comes First?
Many people – including those considering facial feminization – need orthognathic surgery (corrective jaw surgery) to correct functional and aesthetic issues with their teeth, chewing and/or jaw structure. These include:
Underbite – the lower teeth overlap the upper teeth and the chin appears large because the lower jaw protrudes
Overbite – the upper teeth overlap …