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Facial Plastic Surgeon

Mohsen Naraghi, MD

·   World-Renowned Triple-Board Certified in Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Otorhinolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery, and Aesthetic Medicine.

·    Board Faculty at Division of Facial Plastic Surgery, Department of ORL-HNS, TUMS School of Medicine.

·   Winner of multiple international awards including three American academic awards.

·   Author of “Facial Plastic Surgery”, awarded as the best academic book of the year.

·   Chapter Author of the first-ever global reference on Revision Rhinoplasty in the United States.

·   Instructor of numerous courses, hands-on and live surgery workshops throughout the world

Mohsen Naraghi is a Triple-board certified Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon with more than two decades of clinical practice and academic postgraduate teaching experience.
He was ranked first among all the national graduates of medicine, was awarded the first rank in the national comprehensive medical examinations, graded first in the national board examinations in ORL-HNS and became the fellow of the European board. He continued his training in facial plastic surgery, receiving the international, European and American boards for certification in facial plastic and reconstructive surgery and aesthetic medicine.
Dr. Naraghi was the winner of the most prestigious national award in surgical science in 2004, the international award of the American Rhinologic Society in 2005, the international award for innovation in clinical medicine in 2011, American Academy of ORL-HNS Honor and Excellence Awards in 2015 and 2016.
He has published more than three hundred articles and chapters, and eighteen books including the title “Facial Plastic Surgery” which was awarded as the country’s best academic book of the year in 2007. Dr. Naraghi’s personal approach to secondary rhinoplasty was published as a chapter in the essential first-ever global reference on revision rhinoplasty in the United States.

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Mohsen NARAGHI's publications (10)

Interest in Aesthetic Rhinoplasty Scale.

Apr, 2017

Interest in cosmetic surgery is increasing, with rhinoplasty being one of the most popular surgical procedures. It is essential that surgeons identify patients with existing psychological conditions before any procedure. This study aimed to develop and validate the Interest in Aesthetic Rhinoplasty Scale (IARS). Four studies were conducted to develop the IARS and to evaluate different indices of validity (face, content, construct, criterion, and concurrent validities) and reliability (internal consistency, split-half coefficient, and temporal stability) of the scale. The four study samples included a total of 463 participants. Statistical analysis revealed satisfactory psychometric properties in all samples. Scores on the IARS were negatively correlated with self-esteem scores ( = -0.296;  < 0.01) and positively associated with scores for psychopathologic symptoms ( = 0.164;  < 0.05), social dysfunction ( = 0.268;  < 0.01), and depression ( = 0.308;  < 0.01). The internal and test-retest coefficients of consistency were found to be high (α = 0.93; intraclass coefficient = 0.94). Rhinoplasty patients were found to have significantly higher IARS scores than nonpatients ( < 0.001). Findings of the present studies provided evidence for face, content, construct, criterion, and concurrent validities and internal and test-retest reliability of the IARS. This evidence supports the use of the scale in clinical and research settings. read more

Facial plastic surgery : FPS

Development and Validation of the Expectations of Aesthetic Rhinoplasty Scale.

Jul, 2016

There is a growing concern in the field of aesthetic surgery about the need to measure patients' expectations preoperatively. The present study was designed to develop and validate the Expectations of Aesthetic Rhinoplasty Scale (EARS), and to compare expectations between rhinoplasty patients with and without body dysmorphic disorder (BDD). read more

Archives of plastic surgery

When Aesthetics, Surgery, and Psychology Meet: Aesthetic Nasal Proportions in Patients Having Rhinoplasty and Normal Adults.

Mar, 2016

The aesthetic nasal proportions have played a significant role in rhinoplasty practice. On the other hand, psychological variables also play a crucial role in rhinoplasty. It is of paramount importance for facial plastic surgeons to consider both sides to achieve a more satisfactory outcome. The present study aimed to compare aesthetic nasal proportions between primary rhinoplasty candidates and a demographically matched control group to determine whether patients having rhinoplasty have different aesthetic nasal proportions compared with healthy adults who are not interested in rhinoplasty. Sixty patients having rhinoplasty were selected consecutively from a surgical clinic. A control group (  = 60) with the same demographic characteristics was selected. Photographs were taken using a digital camera on a fixed zoom setting. All images were captured at a distance of 1.5 m. Frontal and right lateral views were used to compare nasolabial angle, nasofrontal angle, nasofacial angle, alar width, intercanthal distance, nasal length, and width-to-length ratio. Independent tests were used for comparisons. Independent tests verified that nasofrontal angle, nasal length, and width-to-length ratio were significantly different between the two groups (  < 0.01). Effect sizes ranged between 0.11 and 0.69. Aesthetic proportions were not significantly different in four factors. Nasolabial angle, nasofacial angle, alar width, and intercanthal distance were not different (  > 0.05). Four major aesthetic nasal proportions were statistically similar in a group of patients having rhinoplasty and a control group with no interest in rhinoplasty. Surprisingly, the patients having rhinoplasty showed a mean width-to-length ratio closer to aesthetic ideal. Therefore, applying for rhinoplasty may have strong psychological reasons (e.g., body dysmorphic symptoms) compared with realistic aesthetic appraisals. read more

Surgery journal (New York, N.Y.)
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