Dr. Ran Rubinstein of Laser & Cosmetic Surgery Specialists, PC is pleased to announce the addition of several new resources to his website, all designed to help patients who are considering rhinoplasty learn about their options.
Newburgh, NY (PRWEB) August 05, 2013
Renowned New York facial plastic surgeon Dr. Ran Rubinstein of Laser & Cosmetic Surgery Specialists, PC is pleased to announce the addition of several new resources to his website, all designed to help patients who are considering rhinoplasty learn about their options.
Rhinoplasty is one of the most popular plastic surgery procedures today, and the decision to undergo surgery is, for many, a very weighty one. Prominent New York facial plastic surgeon Dr. Ran Y. Rubinstein is endeavoring to make the decision making process an easier one by providing several alternatives, all designed to help potential rhinoplasty patients learn about their rhinoplasty options. Included among these updates is information pertaining to ethnic rhinoplasty, revision rhinoplasty and injectable rhinoplasty. For more information visit: http://www.yourfacemd.com/facial-sculpting-manhattan-ny/rhinoplasty.html.
Ethnic rhinoplasty refers to nasal surgery procedures performed on patients of ethnicity. These typically include those of African American, Asian, Hispanic and Middle Eastern descent. While the goal of ethnic rhinoplasty in the past was often to create a more Westernized appearance, ethnic rhinoplasty today endeavors to create a more aesthetically pleasing appearance to the nose while still retaining its ethnic characteristics. Those of African American, Hispanic and Asian decent often look to have the bridge of the nose augmented, while those of Middle Eastern descent often request a reduction in the nasal bridge. Other common requests include narrowing the nostrils, adding definition to the nasal tip, and correcting the nasolabial angle. More info about ethnic rhinoplasty: http:// http://www.yourfacemd.com/facial-plastic-surgery-york/ethnic-rhinoplasty.html.
As one of the most complex plastic surgery procedures, rhinoplasty has a fairly high revision rate. Fortunately, many complications following a primary rhinoplasty procedure can be corrected with revision rhinoplasty. Revision rhinoplasty refers to secondary procedures which correct aesthetic and functional issues of the nose which result from a prior rhinoplasty surgery. Common complications which can be corrected include nasal collapse, deviated septum, and a droopy or pinched tip. Double board certified in facial plastic and reconstructive surgery and otolaryngology – head and neck surgery, Dr. Rubinstein is uniquely qualified to address both aesthetic and functional concerns of the nose. For more about revision rhinoplasty visit: http://www.yourfacemd.com/facial-sculpting-manhattan-ny/revision-rhinoplasty-york.html.
Injectable rhinoplasty, also referred to as liquid rhinoplasty, improves the appearance of the nose without surgery. A variety of injectable fillers may be used to augment the nose in order to correct depressions, improved a crooked appearance, disguise a hump, or alter the nasal tip. The benefits include immediate results, few side effects, little to no downtime, and a quick return to normal activities. Injectable rhinoplasty is a new technique, but in the right hands it is a safe procedure producing excellent results. More info: http://www.yourfacemd.com/allergy-services-manhattan-ny/liquid-rhinoplasty.html.
Dr. Ran Y. Rubinstein is dual board certified by the American Board of Facial Plastic Surgery and the American Board of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery. He serves as Assistant Professor at Columbia University’s New York Presbyterian Hospital, and he is a Fellow of the American Academy of Otolaryngic allergy. He has also been chosen to serve as an educator and trainer in advanced injection methods by Allergan, Bioform Medical, Medicis and Sanofi Aventis.