The uniqueness of one’s identity is essential to maintain. Every nose can signify that unique identity, but some may want to soften the appearance of the bridge of the nose or make other subtle changes. Dr. Stein is a double board-certified facial plastic surgeon who uses his expertise to shape each nose to the individual’s features.
How Does Ethnic Rhinoplasty Work?
Ethnic rhinoplasties are designed to work skillfully with the ethnic features of an individual’s face. Dr. Stein carefully your unique features to produce the most natural results every time.
An anesthesiologist will put you under twilight anesthesia, also known as IV anesthesia, during ethnic rhinoplasty. This type of sedation keeps you feeling little to no discomfort throughout the procedure. Many ethnic rhinoplasties are closed rhinoplasties, meaning Dr. Stein will make incisions inside the nose to enhance it.
What is Ethnic Rhinoplasty Recovery Like?
The recovery for ethnic rhinoplasty is similar to other rhinoplasties. With Dr. Stein’s surgical expertise, most patients will often require one week of downtime. Those who take social downtime can choose for it to be longer than their week of recovery due to the appearance of initial bruising.
Dr. Stein will create a custom plan to fit the extent of your procedure and your lifestyle.
What Results Can I Expect from My Ethnic Rhinoplasty?
While you may see immediate results, full results gradually start to appear as the surgery’s swelling subsides. The nose will continue to reshape during the year after an ethnic rhinoplasty, but after a few weeks, you can notice the full results. Ethnic rhinoplasty is typically a one-time procedure that yields long-lasting, enhanced results that keep you still looking like you.
Take the Next Step
Are you interested in ethnic rhinoplasty? If you would like to schedule an in-person consultation, please fill out the form on this page or call (919) 261-7099 and one of our knowledgeable medical staff members at Stein Plastic Surgery will reach out to you promptly.
Stein Plastic Surgery is located in the Raleigh, Durham, and Southeast, NC areas serving patients from around the nation.