Meet Dr. Narasimhan
Dr. Kailash Narasimhan is a North Texas Plastic Surgeon who is uniquely trained to plastic surgery of the face, breast, and body. Certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery, and the American Board of Otolaryngology, he has a long and accomplished training record at some of the most highly regarded and internationally-recognized institutions. His training on UT Southwestern in Dallas has given him exposure with some of the top cosmetic plastic surgeons in the world.
“It is an honor to practice plastic surgery and I am thrilled to be able to do what I enjoy the most every single day. We strive to provide the safest and most comfortable experience during your surgery. Please come to our office and experience a state of the art facility with state accredited OR rooms and helpful staff, in a private and friendly atmosphere.” – Dr. Narasimhan
Board Certified: Plastic Surgery, Otolaryngology
- Plastic Surgery Residency: University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX
- Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery Residency: Wayne State University, Detroit , MI
- Medical School: Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine
- Undergraduate: Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
- Texas Medical License
A Professional Commitment
Dr Narasimhan enjoys all aspects of plastic surgery including cosmetic and functional nasal surgery, facial rejuvenation, facial reconstruction after skin cancer and head and neck cancer, ear reshaping (otoplasty), breast and body contouring, and breast reconstruction.
In addition, he has published on rhinoplasty (nasal reshaping), facelift and necklift, head and neck reconstruction, breast reconstruction, and surgery after massive weight loss, in several medical journals including Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. He has also written on blepharoplasty (eyelid surgery) and breast lift procedures in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, the top journal in its field..
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Dr Narasimhan was born in LaCrosse Wisconsin and raised in Cincinnati, OH, where he grew up. After training in New York, Michigan, and Ohio, he ended up in the warmer climate of North Texas, where he has taken up practice. He loves playing tennis, running 5Ks, hiking and traveling. His favorite places in the area include the beautiful lakes around Texoma, White Rock Lake, downtown Frisco, and McKinney.
Q & A
What drew you to plastic surgery?
When I did ENT (otolaryngology) I enjoyed the facial plastic surgery and I wanted a well-rounded training in body contouring, breast surgery, and reconstruction. Then I underwent my second training in plastic surgery, in which I really knew was my calling. Plastic Surgery gives me the opportunity to be creative as well as use my surgical skills to improve lives and make people feel better about themselves. It is a unique specialty.
What is your favorite surgery?
I have a special place for all cosmetic surgery, but particularly facial surgery and rhinoplasty. In ENT we learned how to perform functional surgery on the nose, particularly septoplasties and reconstruction after trauma. Then in plastic surgery training I gained experience in cosmetic nasal surgery. This exemplifies the amazing blend of form and function that I enjoy in my current field.
What are your goals?
To have the best plastic surgery office in the area; which caters to the patient and provides the best aesthetic result with the utmost safety. We are constantly innovating to make this happen.
What attracts you to the Texoma area?
The patients are incredibly nice and the area is beautiful. North Texas, including the Texoma communities in Sherman, Dension, Paris, Gainseville, Durant, McKinney, Frisco, and Dallas all are unique and great for families.
What makes the center unique?
Our center is special because we are a full-standing operating room and staff that have been doing plastic surgery for decades. Plastic surgery is all we do. We area a specialized center in the middle of Texoma that can treat nearly all plastic surgery conditions.
Breast Reconstruction: Options Available
With growing awareness about screening and treatment of breast cancer, patients often wonder how reconstruction after mastectomy is performed