At the Institute for Rhinoplasty & Nasal Reconstruction in Beverly Hills, Dr. Azizzadeh is an ethnic rhinoplasty expert who provides patients with an aesthetically pleasing nose while assuring correct functionality. Through years of training and expertise, Dr. Azizzadeh understands not only the importance of listening to a patients goals, but also carrying out their ideals with extreme attention to detail during the performance of the procedure. As one of the most sought after ethnic rhinoplasty surgeons in the world, Dr. Azizzadeh always aims to provide his patients with the quality care and outcomes that they deserve.
What Is An Ethnic Rhinoplasty?
The performance of ethnic rhinoplasties is a specialty of Dr. Azizzadeh’s and involves completing a nose job for a patient who is of one of many ethnic descents, including:
- Middle Eastern
- African American
Differing from a traditional rhinoplasty, an ethnic rhinoplasty aims to keep cultural identity intact for a patient through creating a completely custom procedure. As cosmetic surgery continues to develop, it’s becoming increasingly aware that certain plastic surgery procedures were developed years ago to treat only one type of patient, specifically those of Caucasian descent.
Because some ethnicities have nasal characteristics that are unique to each race, Dr. Azizzadeh believes that approaching each patient as an individual rather than a procedure is the best way to achieve a result that is aesthetically pleasing and will not diminish a persons cultural background and heritage. To accomplish this, Dr. Azizzadeh aims to aims to achieve facial symmetry, which brings the most natural and balanced results to the patient regardless of skin type.
It’s extremely common for individuals seeking an ethnic rhinoplasty in Beverly Hills to do so for one or more of the following reasons, including but not limited to:
- Wide Nose
- Flat Bridge
- Large Hump
- Asymmetric Nostrils
- Droopy Tip
Like any other nose job or rhinoplasty procedure that Dr. Azizzadeh performs, the goal is to re-shape the nose by altering the cartilage and bone under the nose. In some cases, it may be necessary to perform a cartilage graft to build a more aesthetically pleasing and functionally sound nose. Cartilage grafts are most often taken from behind the ear or ribs. If you’re a candidate for additional cartilage grafting, Dr. Azizzadeh will address your every concern during your rhinoplasty consultation.
Ethnic Rhinoplasty FAQ
Q: Am I a good candidate to have an ethnic rhinoplasty?
A: Whether or not you’re a good candidate to undergo an ethnic rhinoplasty in Beverly Hills with Dr. Azizzadeh depends entirely on if you’d like to change your nasal appearance. If so, Dr. Azizzadeh will work with you to develop a unique procedure plan to make sure that your cultural identity remains completely intact after the procedure.
Q: Who should perform an ethnic rhinoplasty?
A: It’s very important that you select a surgeon who understands your goals and is in tune with exactly what you’re hoping to achieve. Dr. Azizzadeh takes the time to listen to his patients and provide them with a 3D image of what their nose will look like after the procedure before they’ve ever stepped foot in the operating room.
Q: Is an ethnic rhinoplasty dangerous?
A: When an ethnic rhinoplasty is performed by a board certified facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon who has experience with patients of different cultures and races, the procedure is extremely safe. During your first meeting with Dr. Azizzadeh, he’ll walk you through the entire process and discuss openly any concerns that you may have.
Q: How long is the recovery?
A: The recovery period following an ethnic rhinoplasty varies from person to person and greatly depends on what was done during the procedure. It’s common for individuals to experience bruising, swelling, and discomfort after their surgery for the first month. Swelling may last up to two years and patients should remain patient during this time as they continue to recover.
Q: Are there age restriction for getting an ethnic rhinoplasty?
A: Generally, a rhinoplasty can be performed for patients who are over the age of fifteen and have parental consent, though there are always certain exceptions. It’s crucial for the patient to be at least this age to ensure that their nose is ready enough to undergo surgery. To help determine if you’re a good candidate, contact our medical practice today.
Schedule Your Consultation With Dr. Azizzadeh Today
If you are looking for a leader and innovator in the ethnic rhinoplasty field, contact Dr. Babak Azizzadeh at The Institute for Rhinoplasty and Nasal Reconstruction to schedule your initial consultation by calling (310) 491-5978 today. During your first appointment with world-renowned rhinoplasty expert Dr. Azizzadeh, a unique and fully custom procedure will be decided upon to ensure that your needs and goals are met.
For more information about undergoing an ethnic rhinoplasty in Beverly Hills, please contact Dr. Azizzadeh today.