What Is a Middle Eastern Rhinoplasty?
Middle Eastern rhinoplasty, also known as ethnic rhinoplasty, refers to a diverse set of nose job procedures. It is designed to help individuals improve their facial appearance and maintain their unique ethnic facial features.
Many types of Middle Eastern rhinoplasty are available, including:
- Arab rhinoplasty
- Indian rhinoplasty
- Iranian rhinoplasty
- Pakistani rhinoplasty
Dr. Babak Azizzadeh of the CENTER for Advanced Facial Plastic Surgery is a globally recognized facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon. He understands the importance of Middle Eastern rhinoplasty and will help a patient get the best ethnic rhinoplasty results.
How Does Middle Eastern Rhinoplasty Differ from a Traditional Nose Surgery?
In the past, many plastic surgeons focused on performing traditional rhinoplasty procedures to enhance the appearance of a Caucasian nose. Although these procedures may have been successful, they failed to account for nuances within the facial appearance of individuals from numerous ethnic backgrounds.
Today, rhinoplasty serves as a procedure to help an individual reshape the nose. On the other hand, a Middle Eastern rhinoplasty requires a plastic surgeon to pay special attention to the subtle facial features of patients of varying ethnic backgrounds. As a result, many plastic surgeons can perform rhinoplasty, but few possess the skills and know-how needed to complete Middle Eastern rhinoplasty surgery.
Dr. Azizzadeh is a Harvard-trained and has performed many rhinoplasty and ethnic rhinoplasty procedures over the years. He is happy to help patients of all ethnic backgrounds achieve their nose surgery goals.
What Are the Characteristics of a Middle Eastern Nose?
Middle Eastern rhinoplasty patients generally have a nose that appears more droopy than the average Caucasian nose. In certain instances, Middle Eastern nose surgery patients have a large nose with a straight bridge or large hump. Middle Eastern rhinoplasty surgery patients sometimes have a large nasal tip due in part to heavy, thick skin, too.
Dr. Azizzadeh has a simple goal relative to Middle Eastern rhinoplasty surgery: he strives to provide each patient with the care and support he or she deserves. To accomplish his goal, Dr. Azizzadeh crafts a personalized Middle Eastern rhinoplasty surgery plan. This strategy accounts for the patient’s unique facial features, as well as his or her medical history. Best of all, the plan enables Dr. Azizzadeh to help patients improve their facial appearance and keep their distinct facial features intact.
What Are the Risks Associated with Middle Eastern Rhinoplasty?
Middle Eastern rhinoplasty is a complex surgery, and there are risks associated with treatment. Common Middle Eastern nose surgery risks include:
- Skin discoloration
- Difficulty breathing
- Nasal septum perforation
Dr. Azizzadeh wants Middle Eastern rhinoplasty patients to achieve the best possible results. He performs an in-depth patient evaluation to ensure an individual is a good candidate for Middle Eastern rhinoplasty surgery. If a patient qualifies for a Middle Eastern rhinoplasty, Dr. Azizzadeh then crafts a custom treatment program for him or her. Or, if Dr. Azizzadeh believes a Middle Eastern rhinoplasty is too risky, he offers alternative treatment options.
Middle Eastern Rhinoplasty Before and After
Middle Eastern rhinoplasty ensures an individual can find the right balance between aesthetic beauty and ethnic identity. It requires a person to consider the results of a Middle Eastern rhinoplasty before and after the procedure is performed.
Before a Middle Eastern rhinoplasty, Dr. Azizzadeh will conduct an initial consultation to learn about a patient, his or her facial and nasal anatomy and this individual’s surgery goals. The consultation allows Dr. Azizzadeh to learn about the length of time that a patient has lived in the United States and his or her level of assimilation as well.
Ultimately, Middle Eastern rhinoplasty requires a long-term outlook for both Dr. Azizzadeh and a patient. Dr. Azizzadeh will devote the necessary time and resources to find out about a patient’s ethnic background, and by doing so, ensure this individual’s nose remains in tune with his or her original ethnic features. That way, the end results of Middle Eastern rhinoplasty will deliver unparalleled facial harmony.
How Does Dr. Azizzadeh Approach Middle Eastern Rhinoplasty?
Nose surgery is a complex procedure, and as such, should not be taken lightly. Meanwhile, ethnic rhinoplasty is a special type of rhinoplasty, and Dr. Azizzadeh will do whatever it takes to ensure a Middle Eastern rhinoplasty surgery is successful.
Dr. Azizzadeh possesses comprehensive Middle Eastern rhinoplasty expertise and focuses on providing each patient with rhinoplasty results that enable this individual to enhance his or her ethnic identity. As one of the most sought-after ethnic rhinoplasty surgeons in the nation, Dr. Azizzadeh takes a patient’s ethnic background into consideration and will customize a Middle Eastern rhinoplasty based on a patient’s needs.
With support from Dr. Azizzadeh, a patient won’t need to worry about having to sacrifice his or her ethnic identity. Instead, Dr. Azizzadeh approaches each Middle Eastern rhinoplasty with an open mind and will learn about a patient in advance to deliver optimal results.
Is a Middle Eastern Rhinoplasty Right for Me?
The decision to undergo a Middle Eastern rhinoplasty should not be taken lightly. Instead, an individual should weigh the pros and cons of a Middle Eastern nose job prior to treatment. This allows an individual to determine if a Middle Eastern rhinoplasty can deliver the desired results.
Dr. Azizzadeh is happy to meet with an individual to discuss Middle Eastern nose surgery. By meeting with Dr. Azizzadeh, an individual can receive Middle Eastern rhinoplasty surgery and use these insights to make an informed treatment decision.
Book a Consultation with Dr. Azizzadeh
To find out more about ethnic rhinoplasty, please schedule a consultationwith Dr. Azizzadeh at the CENTER for Advanced Facial Plastic Surgery.