dr.-oleh-slupchynskyj_web.jpgPR NEWSWIRE — Plastic Surgeon, Dr. Oleh Slupchynskyj has released an e-Book titled, African-American and Ethnic Rhinoplasty, for both consumers and healthcare professionals interested in Ethnic Rhinoplasty.

The book, available for sale on Amazon Kindle, is intended to fill a void of missing information available to minority consumers seeking Rhinoplasty, more commonly referred to as a “nose job.”  Ethnic nose structures tend to be quite different from Caucasian nose structures and require specialized knowledge and training on the part of the operating plastic surgeon.

“As the United States becomes more racially and ethnically diverse, the number of non-Caucasian patients seeking cosmetic surgery, specifically Rhinoplasty continues to

increase.  This book is intended to fill an important gap in plastic surgery related health information that is available to patients of African-American, as well as mixed and other ethnic descents. It will educate these patients about Rhinoplasty and what to expect before, during and after the procedure,” said Dr. Slupchynskyj.

After over a decade of working with patients from African-American and other ethnically diverse backgrounds, as well as interacting with them before and after their surgeries, Slupchynskyj realized this one startling fact: People from diverse backgrounds were being underserved by a lack of mainstream books and articles regarding their unique needs when seeking and undergoing cosmetic surgery.

His e-Book is composed of 12 chapters which explain “what to expect” before, during and after a nose job.  Additionally, and through the use of testimonials and before-and-after case study photos from a widely published study on ethnic rhinoplasty conducted by Dr. Slupchynskyj, the book makes each reader aware of the uniqueness of a diverse patient’s experience.

Dr. Slupchynskyj is considered an expert on the topic of ethnic Rhinoplasty, having previously created and implemented the use of his own, unique nasal implant for Rhinoplasty surgeries, called the SLUPimplant.  The SLUPimplant can be useful with ethnic patients because it is not a “one size fits all” medical device.  Its shape can be manipulated based upon the unique needs of each patient’s desired look and anatomical demands when seeking and undergoing cosmetic surgery.

Slupchynskyj is a dual Board Certified and Fellowship trained Facial Plastic Surgeon and has been in private practice since 1998.  He is director and founder of The Aesthetic Facial Surgery Center of New York and New Jersey with offices in Manhattan and Chatham, New Jersey and serves patients from the Northeast Metropolitan area, across the country and internationally.For more information visit africanamericanrhinoplasty.com