Dr. Paul S. Nassif – Facial Reconstruction and Ethnic Rhinoplasty Beverly Hills
A revision and ethnic rhinoplasty specialist, Dr. Paul S. Nassif is a reconstructive surgeon whose original techniques in surgery have been recognized around the world by his peers and patients as well as by the media. Although he works on patients all over the world performing many complicated facial reconstructions, his home base is at the Spalding Drive Cosmetic Surgery & Dermatology practice in Beverly Hills, California.
Using artistic surgical skills in rhinoplasty, Dr. Nassif shapes the nose in a natural way that fits the patient’s face. His work not only ensures that the nose will function properly but also creates an aesthetically pleasing look for his patients. Keeping each person’s ethnic background in mind, Dr. Nassif tailors his surgical work to each patient through his specialization in rhinoplasty for ethnic noses.
Dr. Nassif also specializes in aging face endoscopic surgery. His work is minimally invasive, resulting in hidden incisions and minimal scarring. His signature procedure, “The Anti-Gravity Facelift”, accomplishes natural results quickly by employing platelet gel that is drawn from each patient’s own blood cells in order to speed up healing.
Revision Rhinoplasty Video
Working with residents and colleagues at two prestigious Los Angeles area schools of medicine–the University of Southern California and the University of California—Dr. Nassif freely shares his knowledge of facial plastic and reconstructive surgery. He has written many peer-review articles on these topics, among others, and has also conducted presentations and lectures at numerous medical conferences, speaking on the most recent surgical techniques.
Revision Rhinoplasty Before and After Video
Dr. Nassif has appeared on many television programs, sharing the benefits of cosmetic surgery with audiences across the country. Some of these programs include NBC Nightly News, Inside Edition, EXTRA, and BBC telecasts. In his interviews with respected journalists such as Tom Brokaw and Peter Jennings, he has explained several topics including computer morphing and Botox, rhinoplasty, and facial rejuvenation, as well as his “Anti-Gravity Facelift” technique. National magazines such as People, USA Today, The Los Angeles Times, and the Wall Street Journal have interviewed him on these topics as well.
Recognizing that many patients are less fortunate than others, Dr. Nassif has worked with many philanthropic groups to see that those who need his skills receive it. These groups include the Lymphoma Research Foundation of America, Race to Erase MS, The Arthritis Foundation, Coach for Kids, and Portraits of Hope. He also takes part in “Face to Face”, which is a national organization offering surgical consultations and services to victims of domestic violence.