Rhinoplasty, commonly known as a nose job, is an intricate cosmetic surgery procedure designed to enhance the size and shape of the nose in harmony with other facial features. The procedure is equally popular among African American and other ethnic patients, which requires special skills to achieve best outcomes with ethnic rhinoplasty.
Dr. Wright Jones is one of the leading rhinoplasty plastic surgeons, providing this procedure to both ethnic and white women and men. Over the years, Dr. Jones has earned accolades and recognition from various quarters for his outstanding contributions to the field. Dr. Jones receives patients from Atlanta, Buckhead, Stockbridge, Marietta, GA, and surrounding communities.
Dr. Jones Features in ‘Atlanta Plastic’ Show
The recent reality show from Lifetime Television called ‘Atlanta Plastic’ features Dr. Jones as a leading expert cosmetic surgeon for rhinoplasty, who provides this procedure to both ethnic patients as well as white people. The ‘Atlanta Plastic’ TV show revolves around African American and other ethnic patients in and around Atlanta, Buckhead, Stockbridge, and Marietta, GA, who seek nose plastic surgery procedures.
The show focuses on the peculiarities and unique challenges involved in performing a nose job for an ethnic patient, because the surgeon must strive to maintain a balance between achieving the patient’s aesthetic goals and retaining the essential integrity and identity of the face.
It requires a high level of expertise and advanced techniques to perform ethnic rhinoplasty procedures, as the show reveals. Each episode of the TV show will track the treatment experience of a patient of Dr. Jones right from the first consultation stage until the recovery and post-recovery stage.
Views of Dr. Jones about the Show
In the past, Dr. Jones was offered several opportunities to star on reality TV shows, but he steadfastly declined such offers. However, this time he chose to accept the ‘Atlanta Plastic’ show because the concept was up to his liking. Almost 80 percent of Dr. Jones’ patients belong to the African American and other ethnic backgrounds. However, he also receives white patients for rhinoplasty and various other plastic surgery procedures.
In Dr. Jones’ own words: “I don’t want to be pigeonholed as a black surgeon. I want to be known as a great surgeon who happens to be black.” Prior to accepting the ‘Atlanta Plastic’ show, Dr. Jones made it known to the show’s producers that he would not be indulging in unethical practices such as bashing fellow surgeons on the show.
Dr. Jones, who completed his residencies from Emory University and Grady Hospital, says, “Some of my mentors, the people who taught me about ethnic plastic surgery, were Caucasian.”
The launch episode of ‘Atlanta Plastic’ TV Show features one of the patients of Dr. Jones, who is a Hispanic woman, named Iris. Before she met Dr. Jones, Iris believed herself to be an ‘ugly duckling.’ Dr. Jones carefully evaluated her overall anatomy and understood her innate aesthetic needs and aspirations. Accordingly, he recommended her to go for rhinoplasty, chin contouring, and tummy tuck. After the procedures, Iris appeared much happier and called it her beginning of a new life.
See all plastic surgery procedures that Cosmetic Surgeon Dr. Wright Jones performs of the face, nose, body, and breast in and around Atlanta, Buckhead, Stockbridge, Marietta, GA and surrounding areas.