February 9th, 2011
Plastic Surgery Practice Magazine features Dr.Rizk discussing the specifics of ethnic rhinoplasty. He goes into depth discussing the differences between traditional rhinoplasty and his approach to address the issue for his multiethnic patients. He also speaks about how some Asians and African Americans typically have a low dorsum. He explores rhinoplasty in ethnic men and the growing popularity of the procedure in the Middle East, and finishes off discussing how Ethnic Preservation rhinoplasty is the most difficult aspect of ethnic rhinoplasty.
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December 3rd, 2009
Alongside his cover story in the November issue of Plastic Surgery Practice, Dr. Rizk discusses his pioneering work in the field of rhinoplasty. The article titled “Rhinoplasty in 3D” covers new techniques for smoother sculpting of cartilage grafts – micro-powered diamond technology – instead of traditonal knife sculpting. The result is a very smooth outcome for patients.
December 3rd, 2009
Dr. Sam Rizk is the subject of the cover story in PSP Magazine for the November 2009 issue: “Taking Risks” by Amy Di Leo
Dr. Rizk’s pioneering 3D high-definition telescopic approach to rhinoplasty and neck lift surgery sets him apart from the crowd. By consistently aiming to customize and perfect his surgical craft, Dr. Rizk enjoys a strong patient base that comes to him mostly through referrals.
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