Dr. Gordon Kaplan is a board-certified plastic surgeon in NJ experienced in Ethnic Rhinoplasty.

Latino Rhinoplasty In NJ

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With more than 8,791,894* Hispanic or Latino Americans residing in New Jersey, there is a growing need for specialty expertise in the area of Hispanic rhinoplasty options. All ethnic cosmetic surgery procedures require the experience and prowess provided by Dr. Gordon Kaplan’s office. As a sub-category, Hispanic rhinoplasty is one of the most requested treatments available.

Dr. Kaplan, New Jersey’s leading ethnic nose job surgeon, understands the defining nasal characteristics shared among majority of the Hispanic population. The two most significant factors separating the shape and structure include:

  • Thick nasal skin
  • Bulbous nasal tip

Features of the Hispanic Nose

There are three distinct types of Hispanic noses: Castilian, Mestizo, and Mexican-American. Please read below the features of each of these three types of noses below:

The Castilian nose

The Castilian nose is often found on people of Spanish descent. The tip of the nose usually has an average projection and the bridge of the nose tends to be higher.

The Mestizo nose

The Mestizo nose typically is characterized by weaker cartilage with much thicker skin with prominent sebaceous glands.

The Mexican-American nose

The Mexican-American nose, is often a combination of the Mestizo nose and the Castilian nose. The bridge might be an average height, but the tip tends to droop.

From three of these these Hispanic nose categories, the Mestizo nose and the Mexican-American nose require a highly skilled nose job surgeon to perform surgery. Dr. Kaplan, a board-certified facial plastic surgeon in New Jersey has performed many successful nose surgeries on Hispanic and Latin American patients.

Call today to schedule your consultation or fill out the contact form to receive more information. 

Keys to a Successful Hispanic Nose Job:

  1. Retaining ethnic features
  2. Enhancing the facial profile
  3. Maintaining the nasal functions
  4. Successful results and patient satisfaction

Recovery

Full rhinoplasty recovery should apparent with 9 to 12 months. Dr. Kaplan performs most of his rhinoplasty surgeries in his accredited office operating room. After your nose job surgery, there is typically some swelling and bruising around the eyes which is usually gone by the third day while the bruising can take 7 to 10 days to resolve. Full exercise is permitted within 2 weeks, with the exception of activities that risk hitting the nose which must be avoided for the first 6 weeks after your surgery.

Hispanic Patient Rhinoplasty Consultation:

Your hispanic rhinoplasty consultation provides the patient with the opportunity to discuss goals and concerns, and to learn what Dr. Kaplan recommends for your nose job surgery for best results. This is the time to develop a mutual trust and to educate both patient and doctor about your final results you would like to achieve.

Setup your hispanic rhinoplasty consultation in New Jersey today with Dr. Gordon Kaplan. Please call his office at (201) 948-5475 or fill out the contact form to receive additional information.

 

* Sources: U .S . Census Bureau, Census 2000 Summary File 1 and 2010 Census Summary File 1 .