Because it is based on various aspects, ethnic rhinoplasty is one of the most individualized cosmetic treatments. It’s tailored to your unique cosmetic goals and demands, just like other cosmetic operations. Ethnic rhinoplasties, on the other hand, solve your cosmetic problems while preserving the marks of your ethnic identity without obliterating who you are. As a result, your one-on-one ethnic rhinoplasty consultation with Dr. Portuese will take at least an hour. Dr. Portuese with a female patient, who is staring in the mirror. Dr. Portuese will inspect your nose, talk about your cosmetic issues and aspirations, and go over your medical history during your consultation. He’ll assess your overall health and any existing medical concerns to see if you’re a good candidate for rhinoplasty. If that’s the case, he’ll go over your rhinoplasty alternatives with you, based on your individual concerns. Depending on where and how the incisions are made, rhinoplasties are usually conducted as open or closed operations. Within both categories, however, there are a variety of strategies. Dr. Portuese covers the benefits and drawbacks of all rhinoplasty procedures, including their aftercare, recuperation, and expenses. He gives you all the information you need, along with his personal advice, so you can make an educated decision. He also addresses all of your worries and inquiries, including preparation tips and the recuperation process. If you’re a smoker, you’ll be asked to stop smoking at least two weeks before the surgery, and you may be asked to stop taking certain drugs.
The following are five things you don’t want from ethnic rhinoplasty:
A nose with a razor-sharp tip. This nose is known as a “Woody Woodpecker” nose, and it is the result of an overly enthusiastic surgeon. When a full, flat, or round tip is too rectified, it might become a sharp tip that looks artificial. A nose with a scoop that looks like it’s from a ski slope. According to Dr. Portuese, when it comes to nose jobs, less is often more. If you have a hump on the bridge of your nose, an untrained or reckless surgeon is all too likely to remove more than just the hump. As a result, the nose has a scooped bridge. This style of nose is very unattractive, especially on a man. A nose that has been rotated too far. If you were born with a nose that droops down at the tip, you’ll want to have it straightened out. However, if you go to a surgeon who isn’t careful, you could end up with an over-rotated nose, with nostrils forced upward at an unnatural angle. A nose that is extremely narrow. Perhaps you’ve seen someone with this nose job: their nose appears to be impossibly small and delicate. Too much has been taken away. The nose appears odd, and breathing may require corrective surgery. The nostrils of a nose that has collapsed. It’s a red flag if your nose seems little and perfect shortly after your rhinoplasty surgery. It will take over a year for the swelling in your nose to go away completely. This means that if your nose is too small immediately after surgery, it will most likely be too small after a year or two. Your nostrils may collapse if the nasal support has not been repaired or kept intact. It won’t merely look out of place. It will also make breathing incredibly difficult for you.
Patients sometimes come to Seattle facial plastic surgeon Dr. William Portuese after having surgery to relieve breathing concerns and now want revision rhinoplasty to change the appearance of their nose. A second operation is conceivable, but because the previous nose surgery removed excess cartilage and bone from the patient’s nose, Dr. William Portuese to will not be able to reshape the patient’s new nose with those materials. Often, he will need to employ ear or rib cartilage, or even silicone implants, to produce the necessary reinforcement to maintain the new nose structure after a reconstruction rhinoplasty
If you come to Dr. William Portuese with all of your nose surgery concerns, he can do a thorough evaluation and determine whether you are a candidate for a combination procedure in which he corrects your breathing problems while also resizing your nose. If you qualify, he will be able to restructure your new, more appealing nose using your own tissues. There will be only one surgery, a single set of complication risks, a single healing period, and far less downtime. Ethnic noses require special attention. Ethnic noses may have specialized treatment and methods to achieve the desired results. Some ethnic groups have thicker skin, which limits the amount of skin that can be reduced. Others may require cartilage grafting from the ear or ribs to rebuild the nose to a more appealing size and shape. Dr. William Portuese’s meticulous craftsmanship ensures that, regardless of the circumstances, your surgery will result in the more appealing nose you desire.