Mohsen Naraghi is a double-board certified facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon with more than two decades of academic postgraduate teaching experience in rhinology and facial plastic surgery.

Dr. Naraghi was the winner of the international award of the American Rhinologic Society in 2005, international award for innovation in clinical medicine in 2011, American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery Honor and Excellence Awards in 2015 and 2016.

Being a member of both the American Academy of Facial Plastic Reconstructive Surgery and the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery, Dr. Naraghi is also a fellow of the American Rhinology Society.

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.

JOURNAL REVIEWED: JAMA Facial Plastic Surgery


Latest Contribution

Hyaluronic acid filler for infraorbital hollows

Volume loss theory has changed the traditional theory of excess tissue as the cause of facial aging. Periorbital area is a challenging region for the injection because of its thin skin, increased vascularity, and compromised lymphatic drainage system. So contour...

Frontal and lateral facial attractiveness

The authors examined the association between frontal and lateral facial attractiveness and identified anatomical features that may influence discordance between frontal and lateral facial beauty. They studied paired frontal and lateral facial synthetic images of 240 white women by using...

Modified anterior septal transplant

The authors describe an anterior septal graft technique, which consists of complete resection of the caudal septum and reconstruction with extended spreader grafts and a columellar strut, without a separate caudal septal replacement graft. This study was a retrospective case...