Dr. Joshua Lampert, board-certified plastic surgeon, sees a high percentage of patients who are considering rhinoplasty to soften an ethnic feature of their nose.
Ethnic rhinoplasty requires a greater depth of experience and knowledge due to the differences in internal structure between Asian, Middle Eastern, or African American noses. His patients want to attain balance and symmetry without eliminating their ethnic heritage and identity. By refining the nose while preserving his patients' ethnicity, Dr. Lampert performs among the best ethnic rhinoplasty Miami has to offer.
Dr. Lampert’s Approach
Dr. Lampert understands the importance of personalizing every procedure he performs, as no one wants to be treated like just a number. Rather than rushing through appointments in order to see a high volume of clients, Dr. Lampert takes his time with each individual, handling their needs with the same care and delicacy as would offer to any loved one or family member. He values education and information, tools that empower patients to make the best decisions for their ultimate well-being.
Safety is another one of Dr. Lampert’s chief concerns. To this end, he created his own state-of-the-art Ambulatory Surgery Center: Miami Surgery, LLC. This cutting-edge facility is Federally Certified by the Florida Agency for Health Care Administration (AHCA), the same agency that licenses all of Florida’s best hospitals.
Miami Surgery, LLC is one of only three other AHCA-certified ASCs in Miami-Dade County dedicated to plastic surgery and operated by only Board Certified Plastic Surgeons (American Board of Plastic Surgery) and Board Certified Anesthesiologists.
Under Dr. Lampert’s watchful and protective eye, patients can remain confident that their procedure is being performed in a facility that exceeds the same operating standards as the Ambulatory Surgery Centers found in world-class hospitals.
Before & Afters
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Middle Eastern Rhinoplasty
The Middle Eastern nose often tends to be longer and more prominent with a tip that dips down toward the upper lip. There may be a pronounced hump on the bridge, while internally, the structural support may be deficient.
Hispanic And African-American Rhinoplasty
Hispanic and African-American noses frequently have more rounded tips with less protrusion. Additionally, the nostrils may be wide and large. Dr. Lampert softens and balances features that are too prominent, bringing them into balance with the patient’s other facial features.
Exquisite Artistry Embodied
Dr. Lampert underwent thousands of hours of experience with ethnically diverse patients during his extensive plastic surgery training in New York City. He has since logged countless more at his private practice in Miami, allowing him to deliver among the best ethnic rhinoplasty Miami offers. Every nose and every patient is unique. That’s what makes rhinoplasty so fun.
All rhinoplasty surgery is aimed at bringing balance and harmony to the face by either decreasing or increasing some aspect of the nose. Ethnic rhinoplasty requires an added level of skill and artistic sense to ensure that the final result brings the nose into balance with the rest of the face while preserving the unique characteristics that define ethnic diversity and identity.
Additionally, correcting nasal airflow and function is also checked. Many patients aren’t aware of a deviated septum, internal nasal collapse, or airway obstruction unless it is significantly hindering breathing or causing sleep disorders. Correcting these defects is usually a matter of opening the airflow passages or removing an obstruction. These maneuvers often help with the outer visual appearance of the nose.