Individualized techniques to help improve your nose without losing your ethnic identity.
An ethnic rhinoplasty is a procedure done to improve the aesthetic appearance of the nose, while retaining an individual’s ethnic traits. Board-certified facial plastic surgeon Dr. Kevin Sadati shares that many patients are placing higher priority on results than maintaining their key ethnic characteristics.
“With ethnic surgeries it’s particularly important to work with the patient’s natural beauty instead of against it; otherwise the results can look very unnatural,” explains Dr. Sadati. “What looks appropriate on a Middle Eastern face may look much less natural for someone with African American or Asian features. Patients are seeking out rhinoplasty surgeons in California who can avoid those kinds of pitfalls.”
Middle Eastern and Mediterranean noses typically have precise nasal characteristics and tend to have a mixture of nasal-specific components such as thick skin with surplus fatty tissue, a high dorsum with a long nose, droopy tip, strong bony nasal humps, imbalanced nostril tip, and wide bones.
African American, Asian, and Hispanic noses tend to have rounder, less protrusive nasal tips that may need to be extended and refined. Excessive nostril width or flare are also common concerns that Dr. Sadati can address during an ethnic nose job.
Rhinoplasty is not only popular among these demographics within the United States but also abroad and many travel to the U.S. for surgery.
Individuals who are in good health and who have realistic expectations for the outcome of their ethnic rhinoplasty may be good candidates. During your consultation with Dr. Sadati, you will have the opportunity to discuss your medical history, any medications you are taking, and your aesthetic goals. Dr. Sadati will examine your nose and determine if you are a good candidate for this procedure.
Dr. Sadati takes on an individualized approach to ethnic rhinoplasty. He understands that each individual nose is unique and takes the time to create a personalized treatment plan to help meet your aesthetic goals, while keeping your ethnic identity intact. Oftentimes, beautiful results are achievable through cartilage grafting or reduction, manipulating the skin, or restructuring of the underlying bone structure. However, each individual nose is unique and may require different nose surgery techniques.
Dr. Sadati, of Nose Job Recovery, knows that he varies from other doctors that perform this same procedure. Other cosmetic surgeons have a tendency to view ethnicity as a negative thing. When patients of Hispanic, Native American, Middle Eastern, Greek, Asian or African origin come to those surgeons, they feel that their ethnicity is something that should be eliminated from their face. On the opposite end of the spectrum, Dr. Sadati knows that most patients want to highlight their background and culture while improving their nasal features at the same time.
Dr. Sadati makes this same effort with every patient, no matter what ethnicity they might be. He has worked on patients of all different cultures and backgrounds, including Caucasian, African, Asian, Hispanic, Greek and Middle Eastern patients, to name a few. No matter where a patient comes from or what their ancestral background is, Dr. Sadati is able to create a nose that is more aesthetically pleasing that also improves the patient’s facial harmony. Not all facial plastic surgeons are able to do this, so it is important that those interested in this particular procedure choose their surgeon wisely. This is a unique opportunity, one that allows a person complete control over their own looks but does not deprive them of who they are at their core. Dr. Sadati recognizes that ethnicity is a vital part of a person’s life, and should be enhanced during an ethnic rhinoplasty procedure.
Following your ethnic rhinoplasty, your nose will be covered in bandaging and a cast-like dressing. This dressing will help to protect your nose while you sleep and shield it from accidental bumps. Bruising, swelling, and some discomfort is normal. You may be prescribed anti-nausea and antibiotic medication following surgery to help ensure an easy recovery. Recovery will be gradual and may vary depending on the extent of your ethnic nose job. Most individuals can return to light activities such as walking and cooking two days after surgery. The exact amount of downtime required may differ from patient to patient. Be sure to follow Dr. Sadati’s specific post-op instructions for optimal results.
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The first step on your ethnic rhinoplasty journey will be to schedule a consultation with Dr. Sadati. During your consultation, Dr. Sadati will examine your nose, and you will be able to speak with him about your individual aesthetic goals. If Dr. Sadati believes you are a good candidate for the ethnic rhinoplasty procedure, he will create a unique treatment plan just for you to achieve the beautiful results you desire.
Dr. Sadati has performed hundreds of ethnic rhinoplasties with fantastic, natural-looking results. If you are interested in learning more about ethnic rhinoplasty in the Newport Beach area, contact our office today to schedule your consultation appointment with Dr. Sadati.
When can I Resume Normal Activity after my Rhinoplasty?
Resuming normal activity after a nose job should be gradual and will depend upon the extent of the surgery performed. However, as a general rule, most rhinoplasty surgeons recommend the following:
- Resuming light activities such as cooking, walking, reading, climbing the stairs can be started the 2nd day after surgery.
- Moderately intense activities such as aerobic exercises, running, biking, sexual activities can be resumed two weeks after surgery.
- Heavy lifting and intense activities such as playing tennis, basketball, or volleyball must not begin until two months post-op. This recovery time allows the bone to heal properly.
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Dr. Kevin Sadati is a top facial plastic surgeon in the Newport Beach and Orange County area with over 15 years of facial and reconstructive surgery experience. He is particularly known for creating natural, subtle results for his patients who don't appear that they've had work done. This can be credited to his extensive experience, as well as his surgical finesse and natural artistic talent. Along with years of studying and training, Dr. Sadati has experience as a painter and sculptor, which embodies his artistic eye for, and appreciation of, aesthetic harmony. He believes that this is key to creating beautiful, natural-looking results in cosmetic surgery. Dr. Sadati has been voted by his patients: “The Best Cosmetic Surgeon” in OC register 5 years in a row, “Top Plastic Surgeon in Orange County” in Locale magazine and received “Best Overall Facial Rejuvenation” award at the National Aesthetic Show by his peers. He also appeared in “The Doctors” show on NBC.
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